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GIFT OF THE NAGAS - (by Robert Brannan)  Year: 2008
Robert Brannan Indian themed dramatic music begins light and evolves into a mysterious orchestrated adventure. Returns to the light theme at the end. I wrote this with some of the Buddhist mythologies of the Himalayas in mind. Would work well with a fantasy or eastern themed adventure or mystery project. Instrumental, Indian, Indian Dramatic
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544592 2:36 Med Slow 85   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Gift of the Nagas
Catalog ID: 544592  ISRC: US5UL1229479
Description: Indian themed dramatic music begins light and evolves into a mysterious orchestrated adventure. Returns to the light theme at the end. I wrote this with some of the Buddhist mythologies of the Himalayas in mind. Would work well with a fantasy or eastern themed adventure or mystery project.

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Artist or Group: Robert Brannan

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Keywords: world fusion mythical Buddha Nagarjuna cave cavern

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Indian Music
       Indian Dramatic Music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:36   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 85
   Arrangement: Chamber Ensemble
   Instruments: Flute, Indigenous Drums, Percussion, Sitar, Harp, Alto Voice, Bass Voice
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Album: Mosaic
Use Restrictions: Use in pornographic, x-rated, sexually stimulating or similar productions prohibited
Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited


Moods: Atmospheric, Calm, Contemplative, Deep, Dramatic, Dreamy, Eerie, Enchanted, Ethereal, Hypnotic, Magical, Mysterious, Mystical, Nostalgic, Peaceful, Reflective, Secretive, Serene, Whimsical, Wondrous

Styles: Bollywood, Disney Magic, Fairy Tale, Family / Children, Fantasy, Hollywood, Indie, Mystery, Oriental / Asian

Regions: India, Nepal

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