Dancing Wind | The Lounge (2019)

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Dancing Wind

Lounge, Background, Chill Music, slow tempo, low energy, original, flute improvisation, Muzak

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Dancing Wind is a chill, melancholy piano improvisation instrumental background music for lounge. 

Music Type: piano improvisation, instrumental 

Music Tempo: 80 bpm (slow)

Instruments: drums.bass, electronic piano, flute

Genre(s): Lounge music, Chill music, Muzak

Lounge, Background, Chill Music, slow tempo, low energy, original, flute improvisation, Muzak

 

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The Story

4/23/2019 9:37:30 AM 

Beavercreek, Ohio, USA - Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

Producer, Taurus M. James (TaurusBeats) performed, recorded, mixed and produced the moody instrumental "Dancing Wind" for The Lounge music collection.

TaurusBeats used Propellerhead Reason as the DAW (digital audio workstation) and a Yamaha DJX MIDI keyboard as a MIDI controller. 

 

 

Moods

Here is how I attempted to describe the moods for this music:

repetitive, mechanical, atmospheric, dramatic, angry, dangerous, DARK, eerie, mean, tough, mysterious, ominous, paranoid, scary, uneasy, SORROWFUL, mournful, strong, anthemic, bold, somber, determined, epic, TRAGIC

Your feedback is very important to me me. What do you thin?. 

What mood does this mood put you in? How does this music make you feel? Please, let me know in the comments section below. 

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Themes

I think about my music in story form. Every song or beat I make is telling a story or part of a story. Here are some Music Storylines or Plots for this song.

Tragedy

  • Main character is basically good but flawed and frustrated with  life.
  • Main character is tempted and compelled to break the rules of society, setting in motion a series of events that lead to downfall or death.
  • Towards the end of the story, Main character comes to regret the choices made, but it is too late and downdall or death occurs anyway.

Voyage and Return

  • Main character travels to  unfamiliar place, meets new characters and overcomes a series of trials, while trying to get home.
  • The new friendships and new-found wisdom allow them to find their way back home again.

Music for Movies

Do you think my music would fit in one of the movies below? Let me know what you think in the comments section below.

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Use Suggestions

I would love fo my music to be used in films, commercials, videos, video games. But I can also see my music being used in elevators, waiting rooms and lounges - you know, the background music in those places.

Here are some other suggestions:

film, television, video, background, sci-fi, drama, fantasy, movies, crime

What do you suggest? Where can you picture my music being used? In what ways and what venues can you see people using my music? Tell me in the comments section.

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Keywords: Dancing Wind, Lounge Music, Background, chill, slow tempo, low energy, laid back, original, piano improvisation, muzak

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What People Are Saying

Marina Muravyeva - na

Hi Taurus, Thank you for your comment about "Silence. I like your "Heartwashed"! Very nice sound and music. Marina

Shawna East - USA

B.B.
I have listened to the music that God has inspired you to produce and I just wanted to tell you that you are a blessing!! You are truly anointed and walking in your purpose. Never give up on this!!!! Much love to you and Sissie (and my litlle niece/nephew)

Andy D - UK

Taurus - ur stuff is the *ting* man i'm tellin ya. I also learned that your a drummer - me to! When I was a kid I used to play around with the piano/keyboard in the 80's/90's (26yr old now). But I can't read music - I play by ear, just like you. You hit the pads & keys, (i gotta mpd32 to!;) in the same manner as me - it flows. I reckon we can play steel drums - even tho we never have! or maybe you have - i don't know! I'm luvin your youtube flix - keep em comin dood. Peace bruv Andy D, birmingham UK.

shervin - holland

your site is geting better

andrew silway - India

Thank you so much for the music. They are great!
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