Geoffrey Wilson
STAR CYCLE
By: Geoffrey Wilson
Catalog ID: 482341   Duration: 3:39   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 124   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Corporate and Motivational Music | Corporate World Music
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An exotic, mesmerizing, new age piece for two harps and South East Asian percussion with Balinese Gamelan influences that would be perfect for a variety of film and television scenes, news broadcasts or corporate and industrial applications.   Keywords: corporate business science technology sequential rhythmic contemplative celestial nature indigenous meditative planning designing conception intention movement



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