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Karma 8 (60) - 14 mixes

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    Karma 1546/4 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Mellow violin over warm rippling bed of piano, cello pizzicato effects & harp
    3:32
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54604
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 2 1546/36 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Warm rippling piano, cello pizzicato & harp. Underscore, no lead violin
    3:32
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54636
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 3 1546/37 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Beautiful sustained lyrical violin over static piano chords. Very still
    3:27
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54637
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 4 1546/38 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Beautiful sustained lyrical solo violin
    3:07
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54638
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 5 1546/39 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Beautiful sustained lyrical solo violin with harp & marimba
    1:29
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54639
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 6 1546/40 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Glittering magical harp & marimba
    1:27
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54640
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 7 (60) 1546/41 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Mellow violin over warm rippling bed of piano, cello pizzicato effects & harp
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54641
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 8 (60) 1546/42 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Warm piano, cello pizzicato effects & harp. Underscore, no lead violin
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54642
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 9 (60) 1546/43 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Warm rippling bed of piano, cello pizzicato effects - no violin or harp
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54643
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 10 (60) 1546/44 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Calm positive piano chords
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54644
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 11 (30) 1546/45 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Mellow lyrical violin over warm rippling bed of piano, cello pizzicato effects & harp
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54645
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 12 (30) 1546/46 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Warm rippling bed of piano, cello pizzicato effects & harp. Underscore, no lead violin
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54646
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 13 (Sting) 1546/47 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Violin sting with cello & delayed harp effect
    0:14
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54647
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Karma 14 (Sting) 1546/48 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Warm piano, cello & harp sting
    0:14
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-54648
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidIf a violinist is placed into an MRI machine, it can be seen that a much larger area of the brain - the right primary motor cortex - is devoted to his or her left fingers when compared with a non-violinist. Two or three times as large, in fact. Violinists also have more connections between the two sides of the brain which account for the better co-ordination they have between each hand compared with a non-violin player.
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    Afternoon Haze 2199/6 11 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Gently rippling harp over glistening warm ambient pad
    2:06
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    Clockwork 1553/13 3 mixes Robert Bruce (SOCAN)
    Neo-romantic lyrical viola & violin melody with piano & percussion
    1:41
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    Doves of Peace 1405/4 11 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Gentle vocal harmony with delay effects with peaceful boy treble top line
    2:35
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    Dreaming Spirit 1118/3 2 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Gentle, repetitive, passionate string orchestra with soprano
    2:46
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    Firm Conviction 1596/4 6 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Rich pulsing piano chords with a gradual build
    3:13
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    Gentle Progression 1849/2 7 mixes Philip Guyler (PRS)
    Delicate, uplifting piano evolving with cello, pads & sound design
    2:42
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    Harmonic Haze 1479/3 14 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Futuristic minimal strings with glistening backdrop of open string harmonics
    2:44
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    Honeysuckle 2023/8 5 mixes Patrick Hawes (PRS)
    Harp with songlike solos from flute & strings
    2:46
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    Melting 1437/18 3 mixes Tom Smail (PRS)
    Peaceful, sad, delicate flute & harp
    2:07
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    Mountain Air 2465/6 10 mixes Patrick Hawes (PRS) | Grace Davidson (PRS)
    Simple piano patterns with lilting soprano vocal solo & sustained strings
    2:12
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    Quiet Waters 2465/9 11 mixes Patrick Hawes (PRS) | Grace Davidson (PRS)
    Floating soprano 'ahh's with flowing harp, piano & strings
    2:06
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    Sea of Tranquility 1300/7 11 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Dreamy piano over slow moving strings
    3:52
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    Simple Pleasures 1546/7 8 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Gentle warm violin & cello with delicate piano & harp
    2:41
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    Still 1450/4 9 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Lyrical violin with gentle piano arpeggios
    3:50
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    Strangely So 1596/13 5 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Serene & tranquil solo piano
    4:00
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    The Village 1126/8 4 mixes Helen Jane Long (PRS)
    Emotional, beautiful theme for violin & string orchestra
    3:31
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    Vista 1202/13 1 mixes Orlando Jopling (PRS)
    Reflective, sweet violin melody with string backing
    2:17
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    Wanderlust 1569/10 2 mixes Simon Lambros (PRS)
    Worrying piano & bothersome strings with a feeling of movement
    1:14
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