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BRIDGE OF SIGHS - (by Richard Jungles)  Year: 2009
Richard Jungles Atmospheric downtempo Wistful Japanese style track with a dreamy yet slighty sad & melancholic feel. Using a fusion of piano & traditional oriental percussion instruments that blend in this tranquil slice of the orient. Instrumental, Japanese, Japanese Ethereal
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Japanese, Japanese Ethereal  
356314 1:42 Med Slow 95   
Variation - Japanese, Japanese Ethereal  
356370 1:11 Med Slow 95   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Bridge of Sighs (Variation)
Catalog ID: 356370  ISRC: US5UL0912694
Description: Atmospheric downtempo Wistful Japanese style track with a dreamy yet slightly sad & melancholic feel. Using a fusion of piano & traditional oriental percussion instruments that blend in this tranquil slice of the orient.

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Artist or Group: Richard Jungles

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Keywords: Orient Calming Longing Beautiful Relaxing Reflective Thoughtful Therapeutic Drifting Eastern Wind Ethnic Authentic Tokyo Rural Healing Mellow

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Japanese Music
       Japanese Dramatic music | Ethereal, serene, mellow, dreamy, calm
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:11   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 95
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Flute, Gong, Indigenous Drums, Indigenous Percussion, Indigenous Wind, Ocarina, Piano, Strings
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Contemplative, Delicate, Dreamy, Exotic, Heartening, Heartwarming, Heavenly, Inspiring, Longing, Loving, Majestic, Meditative, Melancholic, Moving, Peaceful, Reflective, Relaxing, Sensitive, Shimmering, Wondrous

Styles: Commercial / Promo, Documentary, Film Instrumental, Infomercial, New Age, Oriental / Asian, Section / Credits, Spa & Relaxation, Travel Channel, TV Instrumental

Regions: China, Japan, Asia

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