Andrew Gleibman
PASSING ROME
By: Andrew Gleibman
Catalog ID: 363386   Duration: 5:33   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 78   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dangerous Music | Dark, sinister, brooding, ominous music
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Walking and admiring Pantheon, Vatican, Colosseum, ancient sculptures. Thinking of the genius artists and architects and of crude Roman emperors and soldiers... Haunting and terror-filled. Great for nefarious scenes, madness, and sheer terror. Tension-building cue leading to apocalypse.   Keywords: Wandering, Dreaming, Ray Reflections, Ambient Noise, Bright Piano, Flute, Strings, Pizziccato, Solo Violin, Church Bells, Somberness, Tragic Feelings



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