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FROM THE THRESHOLD - (by Angel Ruiz)  Year: 2009
Angel Ruiz A serious banjo piece beginning with synthesized strings that lead into a solo banjo and later an acoustic guitar. The synthesized strings are reminiscent of a funeral choir, adding to the overall mood of the piece. It's minor harmonies leave the listener feeling melancholy. Instrumental, Country, Bluegrass
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Country, Bluegrass
384061 2:50 Medium 110   
15sec - Country, Bluegrass
393154 0:16 Medium 110   
Stinger - Country, Country
393155 0:09 Medium 110   
30sec - Country, Country
393135 0:31 Medium 110   
60sec - Country, Country
393153 1:01 Medium 110   

Track Summary
Music Track Title: From the Threshold
Catalog ID: 393155  ISRC: USFTH0901795
Description: A serious piece featuring solo banjo. Its minor harmonies leave the listener feeling melancholy.

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Artist or Group: Angel Ruiz

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Keywords: Banjo, Acoustic Guitar, Sad, Melancholy, Folk, Country, Rural, Thoughtful, Lonely

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Country Music
       Country / general (categorization pending)
Extended Properties
  Duration: 0:09   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 110
   Arrangement: Bluegrass Ensemble
   Instruments: Banjo, Drums
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
Album: Country Vol. 5: Angel Ruiz-Banjo Stories
Moods: Bittersweet, Cautious, Confused, Curious, Depressed, Emotional, Flowing, Forgiving, Heartbroken, Helpless, Hopeless, Inquisitive, Jealous, Lonely, Longing, Melancholic, Mournful, Nostalgic, Thinking, Worried

Styles: 2000s (Y2K+), Bluesy, Documentary, Film Instrumental, History, Romantic Breakup, Romantic Drama, Rural / Country, Section / Credits, TV Instrumental

Extended Keywords: Cowboy, Cowgirl, Lonely Cowboy, Lonely Cowgirl, Southern, Down-South, Down-Home, Tennessee, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Oklahoma Kentucky

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