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This is kind of a Tom Waits-inspired dark exploration of some of those back alleyways you're not supposed to go through after nightfall. It's got a bit of an old-timey grimy shoulda-gone-to-church-last-Sunday atmosphere that I like.
A very laid-back, legato theme for woodwinds and strings. Intended as a musical 'character sketch' for a friend.
Militaristic tone poem.
A happy little ditty about how I seem to get song ideas at the most inconvenient moments.
Zo takes a little walk through her daisy field, where there's a hammock and some trees, and butterflies and birds, and the occasional small mammal, and she winds up at the village where the Shaman Hares live.
Peak in sub-genre #11
An Invention in Two Parts in the Key of C for Organ
Bass guitar and viola in an adagio to set a dark, yet anticipatory mood.
Peak in sub-genre #49
Another Walking Song, suitable for adventuring and exploring when the Wanderlust itch hits your toes.
A waltz that begins energetically, pauses, then ends in a frenzy.
Peak in sub-genre #55
Improvisational instrumental blues jazz, bass guitar and viola.
Peak in sub-genre #59
Instrumental 'Walking Song,' layered bass guitar.
Peak in sub-genre #21
Epic bass solo with delay pedal.
Peak in sub-genre #38
Instrumental Overture to Requiem Mass.
Peak in sub-genre #81
Pipe organ solo, tocatta and fugue