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Sisyphus 6 - 17 mixes

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    Sisyphus 2667/5 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with enigmatic descending orchestral harmonies
    3:22
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66705
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidDavid says "I’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time." Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 2 2667/54 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Dark, enigmatic descending horns, piano & celeste harmonies with ticking fx
    3:22
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66754
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 3 2667/55 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Dark, enigmatic descending horns, piano & celeste harmonies
    3:21
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66755
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 4 2667/56 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with enigmatic descending orchestral harmonies. No fx
    3:22
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66756
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 5 2667/57 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with descending string harmonies & ticking fx
    3:14
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66757
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 6 2667/58 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Dark, enigmatic descending piano & celeste harmonies
    3:14
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66758
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 7 (60) 2667/59 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with enigmatic descending orchestral harmonies
    1:00
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66759
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 8 (60) 2667/60 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with enigmatic descending orchestral harmonies. No fx
    1:00
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66760
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 9 (60 Promo) 2667/61 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with enigmatic descending orchestral harmonies
    1:00
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66761
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 10 (30) 2667/62 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with enigmatic descending orchestral harmonies
    0:30
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66762
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 11 (30) 2667/63 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Dark, enigmatic descending horns, piano & celeste harmonies with ticking fx
    0:30
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66763
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 12 (30 Promo) 2667/64 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with enigmatic descending orchestral harmonies
    0:30
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66764
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 13 (Sting) 2667/65 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Dark piano, strings & brass sting
    0:11
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66765
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 14 (Sting) 2667/66 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Enigmatic, descending strings & piano harmony sting
    0:09
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66766
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 15 (Sting) 2667/67 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with dark descending piano & brass sting
    0:05
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66767
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 16 (Sting) 2667/68 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Tense staccato strings with dark celeste melody sting
    0:05
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66768
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Sisyphus 17 (Sting) 2667/69 David Edward Holden (ASCAP)
    Dark piano & strings final chord sting
    0:05
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    • AlbumIndie Film 2667
    • KeyG (ends in Gb/F#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo122 bpm (ends at 122)
    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66769
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidI’ve always wanted to write an orchestral piece that only uses downward moving major seventh intervals as the harmony. I thought it appropriate to name the track 'Sisyphus', after the Greek mythological character who is forced to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, only to see it fall back to the bottom each time. Recorded with the English Session Orchestra at Abbey Road.
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    Slightly eerie sinister marimba & pizz strings - something's afoot
    2:04
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    3:04
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    2:28
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    Sly, mysterious & cheeky orchestral tango
    2:28
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