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Monte Cristo - 10 mixes

Stirringly poignant yet romantic cello solo with string quartet & dulcimer
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!
Reflective & melancholic cello solo with a beautiful yet driving piano bed
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!
Reflective & melancholic cello solo with string quartet & beautiful piano
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!
Reflective & melancholic underscore with string quartet & beautiful piano
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!
Reflective, melancholic & beautiful solo piano
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!
Stirringly poignant yet romantic cello solo with lilting string quartet
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!
Melancholic underscore with string quartet, piano & music box intro
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!
Stirringly poignant yet romantic cello solo with lilting string quartet
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!
Reflective, melancholic & beautiful solo piano. Slower mix
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!
Cello stem of Monte Cristo
Factoid The Count of Monte Cristo was written by Dumas as a serialised novel, originally released week by week as a magazine addition to a weekly newspaper. It’s non-committal ending was largely due to the fact that he didn’t know if he’d need to write more of it!

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