Description: A happy instrumental track in the genre of corporate pop-rock, joyful and optimistic in mood, well-suited for visual scenarios imbued with celebration, festivity, positive outlook.

Description: Étude Op. 10, No. 6, in E-flat minor, is a study for solo piano composed by Frédéric Chopin in 1830. It was first published in 1833 as the sixth piece of his Études Op. 10. This étude focuses on expressiveness and chromatic structuring of the melody as well as polyphonic texture. The piece has the character of a dark doleful nocturne, a sad elegy of meditation whose melody is full of sorrow and grief.

Description: A euphoric instrumental track in the genres of big beat and rock music, cheerful and quirky in mood, well-suited for visual scenarios imbued with energy, humor, and eccentricity.

Description: A romantic instrumental theme in the genres of electronic dance music (EDM) and 2-step garage, hopeful and soothing in mood, well-suited for the visual scenarios imbued with the French spirit, wine and wineries in the province, a honeymoon trip to Paris.

Description: An elegant instrumental theme in the genres of electronic dance music (EDM) and 2-step, soft and intimate in mood, well-suited for the visual scenarios imbued with thoughtfulness, warm emotions, fondness, cozy intellectual communication as well as sophisticated erotic attraction.

Description: A futuristic instrumental track in the genre of urban lounge, proud and somber in mood, well-suited for scenarios imbued with brave effort to meet challenges, conquer adversities, and achieve progress.

Description: Claude Debussy’s “Menuet” constitutes the second movement of his famous piano suite “Suite bergamasque.” In A minor, its playful main theme contrasts with an alternatively mysterious and dramatic middle section. The piece is particularly original, as it does not conform to the particular style that most minuets share. Rather than being very airy and dainty, it shows much more raw comedy. Debussy sets a very novel piece in the guise of an old dance style.

Description: Claude Debussy’s “Ballade slave” (“Slavic Ballad”) is piece for the solo piano that rests on a single theme and the repetition of its basic motifs. It is tangibly Russian in character, constructed around the principles of variation technique. Despite its Russian flavor, the piece contains a clear hint of Debussy's great sea music with its wide-flung left hand arpeggios.

Description: Claude Debussy’s “Ballade slave” (“Slavic Ballad”) is piece for the solo piano that rests on a single theme and the repetition of its basic motifs. It is tangibly Russian in character, constructed around the principles of variation technique. Despite its Russian flavor, the piece contains a clear hint of Debussy's great sea music with its wide-flung left hand arpeggios.

Description: Claude Debussy’s “Ballade slave” (“Slavic Ballad”) is piece for the solo piano that rests on a single theme and the repetition of its basic motifs. It is tangibly Russian in character, constructed around the principles of variation technique. Despite its Russian flavor, the piece contains a clear hint of Debussy's great sea music with its wide-flung left hand arpeggios.

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