David C. Hewitt
UNCOVERING THE TRUTH
By: David C. Hewitt
Catalog ID: 419567   Duration: 2:44   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 120   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dangerous Music | Edgy, tense, suspense music
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A la the haunting edgy film PERFUME, epic trailer opening intro. Harp & strings weave in & out creating a suspenseful, timeless atmosphere. Dramatic, dangerous underscoring & main theme. Builds to a tense & chilling climax with kettle drums at the end. Serious, murder mystery, crime, poison.   Keywords: Dear Epiphany Paragon Orchestral Drums Drama Intense Arpeggios Symphonic Crescendo Spooky Unease Melodramatic lifetime Murder Poison Dreams Scary Symbolic



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Long Description: Uncovering the Truth, Dangerous Music, Edgy Music, instrumental music, stock music and royalty free background music

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