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HOLLYWOOD ENDING - (by Matthew Reid)  Year: 2010
Matthew Reid A big, full orchestra, old timey, flashy, splashy Hollywood ending. Suitable for nostalgic or parody productions, i.e., 40's romantic ending, and then to the credits. This version is quieter so as to lose no dynamics. It can, however, be pumped up simply by raising the volume. Instrumental, Dramatic, Regal Orchestral
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Bed (quieter/more dynamic) - Dramatic, Regal Orchestral
407179 0:22 Med Fast 139   
Variation (All around louder) - Dramatic, Regal Orchestral
407178 0:22 Slow 75   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Hollywood Ending
Catalog ID: 407179  ISRC: US5UL1028824
Description: A big, full orchestra, old timey, flashy, splashy Hollywood ending. Suitable for nostalgic or parody productions, i.e., 40's romantic ending, and then to the credits. This version is quieter so as to lose no dynamics. It can, however, be pumped up simply by raising the volume.

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Artist or Group: Matthew Reid

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Keywords: Originally Used in Second City Toronto's Revue

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Dramatic Music
       Regal Orchestral
Extended Properties
  Duration: 0:22   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 139
   Arrangement: Orchestra, Full
   Instruments: Bassoon, Contra-bass, Cello, Clarinet, Cymbals, Flute, Horns, Saxophone, Strings, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba, Viola, Violin, Timpani, Brass section, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Piccolo
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Use Restrictions: Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited


Moods: Climactic, Dramatic, Ecstatic, Epic, Heroic, Joyful, Majestic, Nostalgic, Powerful, Romantic, Rousing, Sublime, Successful, Thrilling, Triumphant

Styles: 1940s (Forties), 1950s (Fifties), Anthem, Comedy, Corporate, Film Instrumental, Romantic Epic, TV Instrumental

Extended Keywords: King Vidor Mahler Bruckner Wagner Korngold Alfred Newman Max Steiner tam tam neo-romantic neoromantic postromantic

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