Main Theme

"Main Theme" is an instrumental track by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd on their third album, Soundtrack from the Film More.

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Two Romanian Folk Dances
... rhapsodic in form, though with a recurrent main theme ... This theme, which provides the melodic, textural, and rhythmic foundations of the work, is first heard pianissimo in the murky depths of the keyboard ... away, and, after a long and increasingly frenzied crescendo, the main theme returns in triumphant fortissimo octaves ...
Scherzo No. 3 (Chopin) - Structure
... It then progresses into the fierce main theme ... a transition section that leads back to the main theme ... The main theme and its sequences begin with strong chords that hold the melody followed by a downward flutter of notes ...
Concerto For Free Bass Accordion - Movements - First and Second Movements
... treble voice which culminates in the statement of the main theme centered on two percussive chord structures ... followed by a series of descending sixteenth note groupings echoing the main theme ... The theme is subsequently restated in the key of D sharp and eventually progresses into the key of F flat ...
Sugar Pop - Discography - Sugarpop
... Sugarpop (Single Edit) 12 Aking Mundo (Main Theme From Dyesebel) 13 Siya Na Nga Kaya? (Main Theme From Dyesebel) 14 Mahal Kita (Main Theme From MariMar) ...
Music Of The Earth Bound Series - Mother 3
... Love Theme", the main theme of Mother 3, was composed late in the game's development earlier in development Itoi intended to use the "Pigmask Army ... a song that would have a greater impact than the Pigmask theme upon its creation it was chosen to be used as the main theme instead of the "Pigmask Army" song ... the song, that he had been "waiting for the order" to make a song like "Love Theme" ...

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