Tom Green
BROKEN DREAM
By: Tom Green
Catalog ID: 376912   Duration: 1:58   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 99   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dramatic Music | Sad, somber, sorrowful, longing, lost, defeated music
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Classic, tragic, romantic, heartbreaking piano, set in a lush strings backing. Our costume drama heroine learns of her lover's illness and swoons... prettily, of course ! Totally chick-flick ...   Keywords: Romantic Tragedy Piano Strings Romance Tragic Heartbreak Lush Love Lover Schmaltze Chick Flick Costume Drama Film Television History



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Long Description: Broken Dream, Dramatic Music, Sad Music, stock music, background music and independent music

Keywords: Wine glass tones intro leads into first statement of the theme on solo piano, slow introduction of cellos behind, leading to a progression up to a gentle crisis with muted trumpet and flutes behind. Ends with wine glass tones and subtle chords. Suitable for any romantic tragic cues in any genre. Broken Dream, stock music, background music, independent music, royalty-free production music, cheap production music, music for video, music for videos, business music, royalty free audio, royalty free music, stock music sound effects, cheap royalty free music, royalty free background music, download music clips, film music, license music, download music, instrumental music, corporate music, music loops, royalty free music library, music wav, world music, music for film, websites music, royalty-free music, music library, royalty free music loops, royalty-free songs, mp3s, royalty-free production songs, music libraries reggae, Romantic Tragedy Piano Strings Romance Tragic Heartbreak Lush Love Lover Schmaltze Chick Flick Costume Drama Film Television History
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