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A MIND DISEASED - (by Joe Griffin)  Year: 2008
Industrial, ethereal music set. Four long pieces, 15 transitions. Very excellent for horror, extreme sports, CSI, chase scenes, and intense games. Instrumental, Dangerous, Dark Music, Ludwig van Beethoven
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SoundPack - Dangerous, Dark Music
328327 105.7MB Mixed   


Track Summary
MusicPack Title: A Mind Diseased
Catalog ID: 328327  ISRC: US5UL0773303
Description: Industrial, ethereal music set. Four long pieces, 15 transitions. Very excellent for horror, extreme sports, CSI, chase scenes, and intense games.

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Artist or Group: Joe Griffin

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Keywords: Industrial, Electronic, Warped, Distorted, Beethoven, Macbeth, Shakespeare, Eerie, Creepy, Dark, Witch, Violent

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Dangerous Music
       Dark, sinister, brooding, ominous music
Extended Properties
   Zip File Size: 105.7MB
Use Restrictions: Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited


Moods: Aggressive, Dangerous, Dark, Dramatic, Eerie, Ethereal, Evil, Foreboding, Haunting, Heavy, Menacing, Mysterious, Proud, Sinister, Strange, Strong, Suspenseful, Tension, Terror

Styles: Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Instrumental, Gothic, Horror / General, Horror / Halloween, Psychological Thriller, Sci-Fi / Aliens, Sci-Fi / Cyberpunk, Sci-Fi / Paranormal, Video Games

Extended Keywords: Industrial, ethereal music set composed for a theatre production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth, " inspired by Beethoven's Piano trio No. 5 in D Major (Ghost) by way of Nine Inch Nails. Four long pieces and 15 transitions. Instrumentation includes synthesizer drones, heavy drums, electric guitars, treated piano, English horn, trombone and string bass.

Prologue: Establishes the eerie mood and introduces the Beethoven motif with distant horns and distorted piano before building to a dramatic crescendo.

End Act 1: Shorter, restates the Prologue's climax.

Epilogue: Restates the horn call and piano response from the Prologue, and a second Beethoven melody is heard as well.

Curtain Call: Drums and drone loop.

Murder of the Macduffs: Violent scene trasition with heavy drums, guitar and processed scream.

Scene Transition 1-14: Various lengths and moods, all incorporating the Beethoven "Ghost" motives with horns, distorted piano, and


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