A gentle tribute to the expansive calm of winter and wilderness, “Solitude” is a slow and droning ambient tune. The song builds gradually with synthesizer, string harmonics, and guitar swells before closing with a heartfelt, minimalistic arrangement led by piano.

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Comprised solely of acoustic instruments, “Prologue” is warm and gentle. First, an intimate fingerpicking pattern pulls you in. Then, a silky cello line carries you away to ride the waves of calm resolve.

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A moving piano solo, “Clouds Like Mountains” begins with a questioning melody before rolling into a warm, spirit-lifting progression. This track could be the perfect, sprawling accent to a more contemplative scene in your project.

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A simple song comprised only of acoustic guitar and melodeon, “The Fading Light” drifts gently with a modest fingerpicking pattern. Try using this track to suggest closure or finality in your project.

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A minimalistic tune, “Cascadia” consists of emotive piano, heartfelt cello, atmospheric bass synth, and ambient noises. Use this track to give your project a heavy dose of all the feels.

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With only a couple of guitars, cello, and piano, “The Waypost” is an exercise in restraint. Still, cavernous reverb and delay give the song a massive, ambient sound.

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Understated guitar, mournful strings, delicate piano, and a host of other emotionally charged instruments make up “Doppelganger.” If you want to leave an impact on your audience, give this heavy-hitting track a try. It consists of two distinct sections and grows evenly in intensity, ceasing soon after the passionate peak.

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Simultaneously conveying finality and the determination to carry on, “The Aftermath” is a piano ballad bursting with feeling. Building anticipation, the song’s gradual layering of classical instrumentation communicates a heartfelt loss and — in spite of that loss — a glimpse of hope for a new beginning.

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A simple piano melody is the thread that ties “What We Leave Behind” together. After a long and contemplative build-up, the song erupts into a magnificent flurry, featuring horns, strings, guitars, drums, and more. This cinematic arrangement is an emotional cocktail that could enhance your project — whether you want to communicate positivity and progress or regret and resignation.

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