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Peak in sub-genre #19
Peak in sub-genre #33
It's a semi-classical melancholic counterpoint of Oboe and Flute in A Minor. I'm trying to tell the romantic story of two Olive Trees that fall in love. It was inspired by a beautiful painting by a deaf painter. It shows two Olive trees embracing eac
Peak in sub-genre #42
Una Gatto di Apricale. On the central place of the beautifule medieval italian village Apricale a young cat is dreaming in the sun. The chilling wind is blowing and folks are crossing the place. Follow the dreaming cat into her dream.
Peak in sub-genre #51
As the title implies: Imagine yourself floating down the Amazonas...
Peak in sub-genre #32
Peak position #95
Spanish guitars and my Udu drums set the driving groove of this song. Accoustic Guitar, Violine and a synth harp wind their longing melodies around the groove.
Peak in sub-genre #27
when circumstances get tough, when things drag you down, when there is no hope left: hold on!
Peak in sub-genre #39
Experience the north african trance rythm Malfouf
We lost our way to passo vale in the middle of the wilderness. No way back, no way out. After an hour of struggling the heat all of a sudden we reached a lonely hermitage. A totally relaxed Buddha smiled at us and guided us back to the right way.
Peak in sub-genre #95
melting dub and new age influences
Peak in sub-genre #16
Tumhi ho mata, pita tumhi ho is an traditional indian bhajan in raag bhairavi. Raag Bhairavi corresponds to the Phrygian mode and thus I'm melting the original melody with spanish and latin elements.
Peak in sub-genre #24
Peak position #33
Imagine a small stream in the high mountains. it begins at a hidden little fount, gently pacing, then it gains pace and drive, it jumps down some tiny waterfalls, always joyfully and relaxed striving towards the valley. Then it calms down in a smal
Peak position #61
This song tells the story of a long journey through the desert. Facing sandstorms, extreme heat during the day, thunder and lightning and blizzards at night. Returning home is strange: You are back home but you still carry the desert experience with
Peak in sub-genre #71
Day dreaming at one Sunday morning in late autumn. This song reuses some ideas from an older collaboration between Martin B., Tomiko, Victor B Henshaw and myself. Thanks guys for sharing!