Guy Matthew Babin | Thematic Elements

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New Age: Neo-Classical Classical: Film Music Moods: Type: Soundtrack
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Thematic Elements

by Guy Matthew Babin

This is a short anticipated album which consisted themes recorded for possible use in film scores, documentaries, plays, etc
Genre: New Age: Neo-Classical
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Movement 2: Australian Theme
2:16 album only
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2. The Sun of Japan (Loved Sun)
1:55 album only
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3. Digital Australia (Dimension Mix #3)
2:02 album only
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4. Entrance of the Dwarves
1:20 album only
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5. Short Black Solo Keys
1:30 album only
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6. Leaves
1:47 album only
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7. Chaos Mix #2
3:26 album only
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8. Trends (Echo Mix)
0:53 album only
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9. The Hobbit
2:33 album only
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10. Movement 5: the Call Theme (Intro) to the People of Greece
7:46 album only
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11. The Mist (Minus + Spatial Echo)
5:29 album only
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12. Sweet
1:52 album only
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13. The Hobbit (Guitar Tune)
2:02 album only
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14. The Mist-Bonus
5:41 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"The primary function for these pieces was to create pictures, stories, and other aspects of mood around them---a reverse process where the music is created first before the pictures. This is before imaginary or pre-consciousness..."
"I would like you to put yourself as the filmmaker. Create the many possible scenarios you could think while listening to these pieces. Imagine that you are there in these exotic places where sounds are anything but pure expectations and unheard of... Just imagine..."


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