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Delicate Classical Piano Pack

Classical piano piece – always a good choice!
  • Online Videos (YouTube,...), animation, slideshow, presentation, music on hold.
  • Standard License + Cinema, TV/Radio, software, game, application, cd, dvd, Public show.
  • Extended License + National TV/Radio Advertising for 1 year.

Well balanced live piano sound recorded on analog technology. This way of recording results in rich, crystal clear, beautiful live sound of a live, concert grand piano. Played by award-winning piano virtuoso, Juraj Růžička.

We’ve prepared for you a collection of 3 beautifully recorded, touching and lovely classical piano pieces.

In the zip file you will find (as followed in the preview file):

  1. Peaceful And Tender Classical PianoNostalgic, romantic and delicate classical piano piece. 1:57
  2. Tender Classical Piano Lullaby Tender, soft and romantic classical piano lullaby. 1:37
  3. Pure And Poetic PianoBeautifully flowing, elegant and a little bit sad solo piano piece. 1:45

All the files are included both in professional high quality MP3 format and WAV format.

These beautiful pieces will providea the typical air and dainty atmosphere of classical (regency) era. Dreamy, soft and modest, these classical music tracks are a perfect choice for anyone who looks for an cultivated and lovely classical music background. Useful for classicaly themed videos, romantic scenes a la Jane Austen, music box lullaby kind of atmosphere, intimate love scenes, peaceful nature videos, as a background music for audiobooks, novels and poetry, etc.

Think Dario Marianelli – Pride and Prejudice soundtrack, little pieces by Chopin, Schumann and Schubert, handwritten love letters, drinking tea with milk, sitting by the light of a candle. Simple, gentle and intimate atmosphere.

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Tempo (BPM) Varies
Main track length 5:23
Audio Files Included WAV + MP3
Sample Rate 16-Bit Stereo, 44.1 kHz
Bit Rate 320 kbps
Looped Audio No