Elizabeth C. Axford
COUPPEY MUSETTE
By: Elizabeth C. Axford
Catalog ID: 421694   Duration: 0:43   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 98   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Classical Music | Classical | Romantic (period: 1815 - 1910)
Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Classical/Romantic-Period/Couppey-Musette/421694
Piano solo instrumental by French Romantic Era pianist, composer, and pedagogue Felix Le Couppey; "musette" means "bagpipe;" hear the drone effect in the left hand part and the melody in the right; great for a scene with Scottish bagpipes or a military/hunting scene in film, TV, or a video game.   Keywords: Advertisement, Broadcast Cable, Commercial, Convention, Corporate DVD, Film, Game, Greeting Card, Movie, Promo, Radio, Ringtone, Television, TV, Video, Website



Price: USD $32.95±
Varies based on media, term, territory, etc.
Buyout Price: USD $131.80
In All Media, in Perpetuity, throughout the Universe
Add To Shopping Cart Now >
Buy now for immediate download and commercial use.

Advertisement g

Long Description: Couppey Musette, Classical Music, Romantic Period, stock music sound effects, production music and stock music library

Keywords: Adagio, Allegretto, Allegro, Andante, Andantino, Animato, Arpeggio, Background Music, Bagatelle, Baroque, Beautiful Music, Cadence, Cantabile, Chamber Music, Charming, Chord, Chromatic, Classical, Coda, Composer, Concerto, Consonance, Continuo, Contrapuntal, Counterpoint, Crescendo, Delightful, Diatonic, Diminuendo, Dissonance, Drone, Dynamics, Enchanting, Etude, Expressionism, Fugue, Gallant, Harmony, Heartwarming, Homophonic, Imitation, Impressionism, Impromptu, Incidental, Key, Keyboard, Largo, Legato, Light Classical, Meditation, Meter, Minimalism, Minuet, Mode, Modulation, Monophonic, Motive, Nationalism, Nocturne, Ode, Ornament, Ostinato, Overture, Parlor Music, Peaceful, Piano, Polyphonic, Prelude, Primitivism, Public Domain, Pure, Relaxation, Renaissance, Rhapsody, Romantic, Rondo, Rubato, Salon Music, Scherzo, Serenade, Serene, Solo, Sonata, Sonatina, Staccato, Suite, Tempo, Theme and Variations, Timbre, Tonality, Trio, Vivace, Waltz
Back to Top