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MENAGERIE OF SOULS - (by Ron Sarja)  Year: 2012
Ron Sarja Haunting instrumental with piano as the featured instrument. It would work well as an underscore in a horror or ghost film. The building strings in the chorus add a bit of edge to the piece. It ends with a child's voice singing a kind of eerie lullaby. Instrumental, Horror, Haunted Children
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Horror, Haunted Children
549306 2:49 Med Slow 98   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Menagerie of Souls
Catalog ID: 549306  ISRC: US5UL1233625
Description: Haunting instrumental with piano as the featured instrument. It would work well as an underscore in a horror or ghost film. The building strings in the chorus add a bit of edge to the piece. It ends with a child's voice singing a kind of eerie lullaby.

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Artist or Group: Ron Sarja

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Keywords: Ghosts Feelings Spirituality Sad Gloomy New Age Dark Melancholic

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Horror Music
       Horror Music | Theme | Haunted children and nursery rhymes
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:49   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 98
   Arrangement: Orchestra, String
   Instruments: Cello, Piano, Strings, Violin, Boy Soprano
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Alluring, Atmospheric, Creepy, Dark, Disturbing, Edgy, Eerie, Emotional, Evil, Haunting, Hypnotic, Melancholic, Mischievous, Moody, Mysterious, Ominous, Sad, Scary, Somber, Terror

Styles: Film Instrumental, Horror / General, Horror / Halloween, Horror / Macabre, Horror / Supernatural, Horror / Vampires, New Age, Psychological Thriller, TV Instrumental, Video Games

Cross-Reference Genres:
Menagerie of Souls
   Dramatic Music
      Sad, somber, sorrowful, longing, lost, defeated music

Extended Keywords: Ghost-Story Autumn Halloween Scary-Voices Haunted-Lullaby

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