Mark Knox
ASCENSION
By: Mark Knox
Catalog ID: 506642   Duration: 2:41   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 70   Vocal: Vocal Samples
Genre: New Age Music | Space music
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An angelic choir ascends into the heavens in a soaring musical build that peaks and then serenely rests at the apex where total tranquility is achieved. A great piece for dramatizing upward motion towards a final resting place or a musical rendition of floating upwards or an outer space theme.   Keywords: Ascending rising soaring heaven climbing flying voices elevation summit pinnacle rise zenith apogee mountaintop heavenly planets outer space orbit cosmos stars



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