50 cent version: Experimental electronic music. 26 sine wave synths, each offset by 4 measures in time, and 2 cents of tuning. The final synth is a quartertone away from the first synth.
100 cent version: Experimental electronic music. 26 sine wave synths, each offset by 4 measures in time, and 4 cents of tuning. The final synth is a full half-step away from the first synth. Simon Says Don’t
Do you know where to get that music that they have playing in funeral homes?
I sure don’t; and I even tried google. You know the kind of music, right?
It is that super non-offensive light organ music that meanders, not quite bach-chorale-like… I don’t know what it is actually… but I do know what they are trying to do with it.
So I improvised a pile of it. BEHOLD! Music for Funeral Homes (and other solemn or sacred ceremonies).
These are a little updated for current audiences, but are still not jarring.
If you own a funeral home – feel free to play these there. That’s why they’re here (also for films that involve a funeral home scene)
[no videos for these; no sheet music either]
Danse Morialta – A very nice little piano solo, coming in at about 4 minutes.
[poorly rendered] sheet music is available. You can at least get the notes, but you need to fake the interpretation. Feel free to make your own version.