David Gosnell
ÅSAS DEATH - EDVARD GRIEG OP. 46
By: David Gosnell
Catalog ID: 403719   Duration: 4:13   Tempo: Very Slow   BPM: 45   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Classical Music | Classical | Romantic (period: 1815 - 1910)
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A young man tell fantastical stories to his ailing mother, not realising she has died while he is in the process of telling them. Scored for string orchestra this piece combines loyalty, tranquility and tragedy growing from a hush to a climax and then ebbing away to silence.   Keywords: Grieg Peer Gynt Aasa's Strings Tragedy Death Tranquility Emotion Moving Pity Triste Dying Ibsen Sadness Regret Loss



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Long Description: Åsas Death - Edvard Grieg Op. 46, Classical Music, Romantic Period, cheap royalty free music, license music and music licensing

Keywords: The Incidental music to Peer Gynt, Op. 23, was written in 1875 by Edvard Grieg for Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen's play of the same name. Asa's death is the second movement of Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46. Åsas Death - Edvard Grieg Op. 46, cheap royalty free music, license music, music licensing, corporate music, royalty-free production music, download music clips, background music, royalty free music download, commercial stock music, royalty free audio, tv music, royalty-free songs, download stock music, commercial music, music for tv, royalty-free stock music, stock music library, music clips, company music, television music, stock music loops, production music, music wav, cheap production music, download music, stock music tracks, film music, world music, music library, news breakthrough music, royalty free music games, music cd production, Grieg Peer Gynt Aasa's Strings Tragedy Death Tranquility Emotion Moving Pity Triste Dying Ibsen Sadness Regret Loss
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