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Lazy Summer For Two Pianos - 4 mixes

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    Lazy Summer For Two Pianos 1551/13 Luke Richards (PRS)
    Relaxed existential piano theme with simple melody. Strings briefly appear
    2:58
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    • Tempo NotesVery Slow : 90 bpm section
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-55113
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidThe term "existentialism" seems to have been coined by the French philosopher Gabriel Marcel in the mid-1940s and adopted by Jean-Paul Sartre who, on October 29, 1945, discussed his own existentialist position in a lecture to the Club Maintenant in Paris
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    1:38
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    • Tempo NotesVery Slow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-55148
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidThe term "existentialism" seems to have been coined by the French philosopher Gabriel Marcel in the mid-1940s and adopted by Jean-Paul Sartre who, on October 29, 1945, discussed his own existentialist position in a lecture to the Club Maintenant in Paris
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    Lazy Summer For Two Pianos 3 1551/49 Luke Richards (PRS)
    Relaxed piano theme with simple melody
    1:37
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    • Tempo NotesVery Slow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-55149
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidThe term "existentialism" seems to have been coined by the French philosopher Gabriel Marcel in the mid-1940s and adopted by Jean-Paul Sartre who, on October 29, 1945, discussed his own existentialist position in a lecture to the Club Maintenant in Paris
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    Lazy Summer For Two Pianos 4 1551/50 Luke Richards (PRS)
    Tinkling piano pattern with strings
    0:36
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    • Tempo NotesVery Slow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-55150
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidThe term "existentialism" seems to have been coined by the French philosopher Gabriel Marcel in the mid-1940s and adopted by Jean-Paul Sartre who, on October 29, 1945, discussed his own existentialist position in a lecture to the Club Maintenant in Paris
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    At Peace 1427/5 7 mixes Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Steve Dymond (PRS) | Jason Pedder (PRS)
    Uplifting & emotional piano with light synth effects & warm strings
    3:13
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    Eaux Calmes 1574/9 4 mixes Paul Michael Harris (PRS) | David Weston (PRS)
    Gentle, calm & slightly French solo piano
    1:38
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    Glimmer of Hope 1589/9 3 mixes Luke Richards (PRS)
    Delicate minimal piano with violin. Deep synth bell & bass pulse emerge
    2:58
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    Have A Cava 2307/7 5 mixes Jason Rebello (PRS)
    Beautiful lyrical solo piano melody with arpeggiated accompaniment
    2:01
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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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    Solemn Vow 1427/3 6 mixes Bruce Maginnis (APRA)
    Gentle, thoughtful piano with strings & flute
    3:58
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  7. 2:19
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    Twilight 1476/11 6 mixes Terry Devine-King (PRS) | Tom Jenkins (PRS)
    Intimate, yearning guitar & piano with effects & swells
    2:19
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    Twilight Mist 1427/14 4 mixes Bruce Maginnis (APRA)
    Tranquil piano with calming flute & rich strings
    3:53
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