Tristan Kane

Tristan Kane

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Unique - Soundtracks | London, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 174   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: James Newton Howard, John Williams

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Song Description

A cue written for a short film ghost story. A vision of a beautiful girl which turns more and more sinister until it is revealed that she is a ghost.

Story Behind the Song

Originally composed to a Tropscore Finalist film titled Capture. The film was a ghost story centred around a camera and the Brooklyn bridge.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Wonderful piece that could be used for a wide variety of opening credits. This would be good for the beginning of tear jerker romances, to horror flicks. A little sad, but a slight amount of mystery.

    - John Hazlett

I really dig the composition of this track! You do a great job moving from one section to another and keeping me interested all the way through.

It seems like it has a kind of wondering/uncertainty to it, which is definitely a needed track within the film/TV licensing world. I think this track is very close to being great--see my comments below. Great job!

    - Mike McCullough

Song Length
3:05
Genres
Unique - Soundtracks, Classical - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Multiple Tempos
Lead Vocal
Instrumental
Moods
Gloomy, Tense

Subject Matter
Sadness, Fear

Similar Artists
James Newton Howard, Alan Silvestri
Language
No Language
Era
2000 and later

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