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TWO FACES - (by Stan Tristan)  Year: 2010
Stan Tristan Mystery and suspense theme. Pitched Taiko drums add an eerie feeling to the track. Blazing piano plays in a frantic avant-garde fashion. Respite in the middle of piece with beautiful and majestic string section. Then back into the Hitchcock theme of suspense and horror to the riveting end of song. Instrumental, Horror, Horror Psychological
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Horror, Horror Psychological
410449 2:49 Medium 118   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Two Faces
Catalog ID: 410449  ISRC: US5UL1031735
Description: Mystery and suspense theme. Pitched Taiko drums add an eerie feeling to the track. Blazing piano plays in a frantic avant-garde fashion. Respite in the middle of piece with beautiful and majestic string section. Then back into the Hitchcock theme of suspense and horror to the riveting end of song.

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Artist or Group: Stan Tristan

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Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Horror Music
       Horror Music | Theme | Psychological, nightmare, disturbed mental state
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:49   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 118
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Cello, Indigenous Percussion, Percussion, Piano, Strings, Viola, Timpani, Field Drum
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Aggressive, Anguished, Apprehensive, Chaotic, Confrontational, Dramatic, Dynamic, Eerie, Evil, Foreboding, Frantic, Intense, Majestic, Menacing, Powerful, Scared, Strange, Striking, Suspenseful, Wicked

Styles: Dramatic Soundtrack, Experimental, Film Instrumental, Horror / General, Indie, Mystery, Sci-Fi / Paranormal, Soundscape, Tragedy, TV Instrumental

Extended Keywords: Sounds like Jerry Goldsmith and Bernard Herrmann.

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