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11 PM - (by Toomas Erm)  Year: 2012
Toomas Erm Slow dark building horror scene with tremolo violins creating the scary edgy feeling during the crescendo. Intro to psycho horror film, creeping evil, reeks of menace and fear. Waiting, watching, murderer in the bushes... Spooky music with explosive finale. Instrumental, Horror, Horror Edgy
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
60sec (Tension Builder) - Horror, Horror Edgy
537245 1:01 Slow 76   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: 11 Pm
Catalog ID: 537245  ISRC: US5UL1223035
Description: Slow dark building horror scene with tremolo violins creating the scary edgy feeling during the crescendo. Intro to psycho horror film, creeping evil, reeks of menace and fear. Waiting, watching, murderer in the bushes... Spooky music with explosive finale.

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Artist or Group: Toomas Erm

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Keywords: Perfect opening scene of a horror movie or a dark scene building tension Harry Potter psychological tension nervous tension builder murder mystery suspenseful

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Horror Music
       Horror Music | Drama | Edgy, building, foreboding, evil
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:01   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 76
   Arrangement: Orchestra, Full
   Instruments: Contra-bass, Cello, Horns, Piano, Strings, Synthesizer, Viola, Violin, Timpani, Harp, Violoncello
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Alluring, Anguished, Anxious, Building, Cautious, Climactic, Cold, Creepy, Dangerous, Dark, Disturbing, Edgy, Eerie, Evil, Foreboding, Haunting, Ominous, Scary, Sinister, Suspenseful

Styles: Crime in Progress, Espionage, Fantasy, Film Instrumental, Film Theme Song, Gangsters / Mob, Gothic, Horror / General, Horror / Halloween, Law & Crime, Mystery, Psychological Thriller, Section / Opening, TV Theme Song, Video Games

Extended Keywords: creepy stalker stalking scary frightening frightened macabre Frankenstein Dracula vampires Transylvania Alfred Hitchcock John Carpenter Helloween

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