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Allelujah short 01

Pawlaczek, Zofia 2009 Allelujah short 01, sound recording, Calgary, Alberta, iStockPhoto LP.

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Title Allelujah short 01
Creator(s) Pawlaczek, Zofia
Year presented 2009
Year created 2009
Description of audio 1 audio track : stereo : 8.13 MB
Publisher iStockPhoto LP
Place of publication Calgary, Alberta
Keyword(s) christmas
zen
easter
meditating
spirituality
music
stinger
intro
backgrounds
resurrection
symbols of peace
instrumental
ease
tranquil scene
cute
affectionate
dreams
ethereal
religious celebration
sadness
God
underscore
angel
innocence
heaven
soul searching
sound
cinematic
new age music
singing
piano
harp
violin
cello
synthesizer
haunting
beauty in nature
beautiful
miracle
background music
aura
soundscape
carol
Summary Allelujah Short 01is a cinematic and New Age piece that also fits well with projects of a religious or spiritual theme; Christmas and Easter included. It centers on a female vocal singing Alleluia, with violin, cello, piano, harp and 2 synths and bells at the very end.
Notes Length: 0:48.3
Language eng
Field of Research 190406 Music Composition
Socio Economic Objective 950101 Music
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative work
Related work DU:30041361
Copyright notice ©2009, AudioGate
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30043200

Document type: Audio
Collection: Institute of Teaching and Learning
 
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