Far West : Royalty Free Music

Description

A music piece composed for piano solo in 1997 after several improvisation sessions in the Jazz style. A free style jazz improvisation is used as an intro, and a more constructed and rhythmic theme is composed for the main part.
The rhythm and typical groove used here is used in the Jerra Moroccan music style, it is one of the most popular rhythms in Morocco. It's a dance music and trance beat used in traditional mariages (and since some years, in non traditional mariages too), we usually can hear it in bars and dance clubs in the North of Morocco, and it is traditionally orchestrated by one solo violin, singer and percussion section.

Tags: Piano, Arab, Morocco, jazz, improvisation..
Duration: 04:22
Instrumentation: Piano.
Possible modifications: Changing the tempo to speed up or slow down the music. Create a loop. Change the intensity of the reverberation to simulate a larger or smaller space. Play the music on three different pianos: Steinway, Bosendorfer, and Yamaha. Replace the instrument for an electronic or electric version. Apply sound effects. (Customization is a paid service; please ask for a quote)


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