Gokul Salvadi
BIRANJANI
By: Gokul Salvadi
Catalog ID: 469780   Duration: 2:40   Tempo: Very Slow   BPM: 25   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dramatic Music | Calm, quiet, mellow, serene music
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Indian Ethno Jazz track. Sax slowly builds aesthetically. Minimal use of drums and more of Indian flavor. Evokes romantic, peaceful, longing, loving emotions. Perfect for lounge, romantic expressions. Free and flowing instrumental track.   Keywords: Avatgrade Sax Romantic Soothing Asian Ethnic Jazz



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