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Why Do All The Good Ones Die Young?

1:30

50 bpm

Orchestral

Music - single full track

 
 
 

A solemn piece in 5/4 and minor key. Starts out fairly naked with saxophone and harp before a fully orchestrated string section and march drums take over.
Of course nothing is set in stone, but I imagine this piece to play, when the playable character dies maybe in a game where the player can then input a highscore (so the piece would continue). I got the idea that a happy and more lively version of the theme could then play, when the player completes the game. Feel free to contact me, if you think this sounds like a good idea.

- The arrangement can be changed upon request at a reasonable price depending on the amount of work required. Title can also be changed.
- Track can be sent in many different filetypes, do not hesitate to ask.
- Feel free to ask about project work, if you want to fill your game with this kind of music.
  • Blue
  • Dark
  • Depressed
  • Melancholic
  • Peaceful
  • Relaxed
  • Sentimental
  • Intro story / animation
  • Game over
  • Highscore input
  • Highscore view
  • Game complete
FileFileinfoPriceMP3 previews
wav
16.2 mb
  • 1536 kbps, 48000 Hz
  • Available in other bitrates and frequencies
  • Music has an ending (Doesn't loop)
€ 50.00 exclusive[Full

Author: Bjarne Larsen   [Request this track]    [Request project work]    [View track & author details

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