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FIRST DORIC THEME - (by Livio Guerra)  Year: 2011
Livio Guerra The middle ages, a village, arrives the local lord with his escort, drums, flutes, choirs, strings, harp; soundtrack for adventure, thriller or mystery, cathedrals, monasteries; excellent mix melodic and powerful, suspensive and evocative; built on the dorical scale ;, Instrumental, Dramatic, Calm Mellow Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dramatic, Calm Mellow Music
470597 4:38 Med Slow 80   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: First Doric Theme
Catalog ID: 470597  ISRC: US5UL1120832
Description: The middle ages, a village, arrives the local lord with his escort, drums, flutes, choirs, strings, harp; soundtrack for adventure, thriller or mystery, cathedrals, monasteries; excellent mix melodic and powerful, suspensive and evocative; built on the dorical scale ;

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Artist or Group: Livio Guerra

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Keywords: Middle Ages, Village, Procession, Rhytmic Percussions, Flute, Oboe, Strings, Harp

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Dramatic Music
       Calm, quiet, mellow, serene music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 4:38   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 80
   Arrangement: Chorus and Orchestra
   Instruments: Contra-bass, Cello, Flute, Harpsichord, Oboe, Piano, Strings, Viola, Violin, Choir, Contralto Voice, Tenor Voice
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Atmospheric, Booming, Climactic, Dancing, Dramatic, Dynamic, Eerie, Emotional, Energetic, Epic, Escalating, Festive, Flowing, Graceful, Inspiring, Majestic, Marching, Noble, Soulful, Suggestive

Styles: Action Adventure, Documentary, Dramatic Soundtrack, Gothic, History, Movie Trailer, Mystery, Romantic Epic, Section / Finale, Travel Channel

Extended Keywords: built upon the doric scale, Starts very quietly, grows to climax halfway through the piece, thriller, costume, middle ages

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