Piano, cello, and flute come together to form a mournful medley in “Matriarch.” But, after a brief pause, the song shifts sentiments, assuming a more optimistic outlook.

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With a brooding beginning and an exultant ending, “Crucible” is a a little capricious. Acoustic guitar guides the melody, while other folky instruments — including harmonica, tack piano, and hand percussion — round out the song. This track would be well-suited for a transformative scene in your project.

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“Darkest Before Dawn” begins with a slow, lonely mix of acoustic guitar, slide guitar, and harmonica. But then it transforms into a bright, upbeat folk arrangement featuring banjo, hand percussion, drums, and more. Could be useful if you’re trying to juxtapose two scenes with a single song.

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Familiar, but unpredictable. Gentle, yet powerful. Tragically hopeful. This cinematic piano ballad with dynamic orchestral accompaniment will move you and supply your project with rich emotional depth. A gradual build-up and epic instrumentation makes “The Floodgates” fitting for a variety of contexts.

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“Soul Seeker” is a somber piano piece featuring electronic beats, strings, and synthesizer. Its heavy-hearted melody could supply your video with emotional depth and significance.

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Inspired by the conflicting emotions associated with change, “End of an Age” is at once both uplifting and heartbreaking. The song follows a 3/4 time signature and gradually escalates with electric guitar, mandolin, drums, strings, bass, and accordion. In the end, things settle back down and close out with an ambient vibe.

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Inject your project with a little melancholy with “Diamonds,” a seamless loop driven by acoustic guitar and harmonica.

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Fingerpicked acoustic guitar, distant percussion, reverberating vocals — if you need something a little sad and slow, “We Made It this Far” is for you.

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