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RITE OF PASSAGE - (by Mathew Thornton)  Year: 2009
Mathew Thornton A contemporary New Age track from an award winning composer and session player. A coming of age tale that takes you on a journey from a dark place into the energetic light. Emotional conflict blooms into a triumphant celebration racing along in a fusion of exhilarating speed and lightness of being. Instrumental, New Age, Contemporary Instr
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - New Age, Contemporary Instr
460058 5:57 Med Fast 148   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Rite of Passage
Catalog ID: 460058  ISRC: US5UL1111658
Description: A contemporary New Age track from an award winning composer and session player. A coming of age tale that takes you on a journey from a dark place into the energetic light. Emotional conflict blooms into a triumphant celebration racing along in a fusion of exhilarating speed and lightness of being.

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Artist or Group: Mathew Thornton

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Keywords: Jazz Soulful Quick Dreamy Atmospheric Expansive Launch Licks Jam Kick Deep Acoustic Stark Action Build Expansive Accelerate Running Flying Zoom Thrill Take-Off

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    New Age Music
       Contemporary Instrumental
Extended Properties
  Duration: 5:57   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 148
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Classical Guitar, Electric Guitar, Ukulele, Snare drum, Field Drum, Bass Guitar
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Album: On The Nature of Things
Moods: Building, Celebratory, Dark, Emotional, Energetic, Escalating, Exotic, Hopeful, Inspiring, Lively, Rambling, Rhythmic, Soaring, Spirited, Tension, Thrilling, Triumphant, Uplifting, Vibrant, Warm

Styles: Documentary, Film Instrumental, Gypsy, Indie, Jazzy, Mystery, Nature, New Age, TV Instrumental, Worldbeat

Extended Keywords: propel motivate move incite

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