"Undone" original, trap beat - Moody instruMental Music by Taurus M. James
Undine is a sinister, evil, eerie feeling track featuring a piano and horn section.
"a genre blend of Trap music, cinematic sounds, film music, and piano music"
This is another original blended trap beat,
Made for the CA2VA moody instrumental music collection
CA2VA9 | Beats | Mody instruMental Music
One of my experiments at making a genre blend of Trap music, cinematic sounds, film music, and piano music into foreboding moody instrumental music. Did I succeed?
The Fire is an experimental track with a sample and my piano improvisation. At the time I made this, I was thinking about the fire that burns in me and other creatives so much that won't allow us to stop doing what we do, even with no monetary pay.
Spirits In The Machine is an experimental, sample flip, Hip-Hop beat.
Soul Duality is another one of my experimental Hip-Hop tracks with a brooding, dark, eerie feel to it, great for storytelling rappers.
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Draft idea of a track that has nothing to do with salsa. The groove is a take off from "Spirits in the Material World" by The Police.
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A lullaby-type tune I came up with on the way to Las Vegas, Nevada from Barstow, California. I plan to redo this one without the drums.
A nice groove I was thinking on half-way between Colorado and Ohio. I think I'm going to do another version without the piano in the first verse.
This is the title track for the collection. I composed it during my cross-country trip from Los Angeles, CA to Alexandria, VA.
CA2VA Moody Instrumental Music by TaurusBeats in Propellerhead Reason
Christmas Bach is Moody Instrumental Muse by TaurusBeats in Propellerhead Reason
Christmas Bach is one of my epic, experimental music tracks with more of my piano play along with cinematic orchestration and wind noise. I try to convey a story in this one, with several movements throughout the piece. This is my reflection of the Christmas story using Bach's piece as a formal introduction to my retelling of this epic story - "God with us" - the Christmas story.
The Christmas story is pretty outrageous and dramatic when you stop to think about it. Here you have this all-powerful God choosing to present himself as a man. If that statement isn't outrageous enough, this God chooses to be born of a woman, reared as a human child in pretty horrific circumstances. (With the incumbent king's decree to kill all male babies in an effort to eliminate the "God-child", I'd say that's pretty horrific.)
The all-powerful God presents himself on earth as a powerless child with the purpose of reconciling mankind to himself. Yeah, this story is so outrageous! But I believe it!
The cable television network, TNT, likes to say, "We know drama." They can't even come close to this one when it comes to drama!