Konganos absolutely official Christmas tune of 2017. Steady, calm and really very noble feel. Strings, brass, grand piano and flute. Party like it’s 1592.
WITCH HUNTERS DREAM
Pretty creepy and mysterious neo-classical piece. Two melodies, played by strings & glockenspiel mixing together. There’s also french horns, harp and a pair of oboes.
ALL I HAVE IS MY WALTZ
Beautiful, not too hasty waltz played by string orchestra. Late 18th century ballroom or early 20th century movie kind of feel. You decide.
FUNERAL MARCH OF THE ELEPHANT
Steady & calm classical piece. As the title suggests, a bit sad feel. String quartet + double bass and a few woodwinds.
Pretty poppy orchestral piece. Calm and beautiful feel. Strings & brass, which take turns in the lead.
Romantic era solo piano piece. Sadness, loneliness & desperation, in a beautiful way.
THE LAST THANK YOU
String quartet & a bunch of woodwinds appearing in this neoclassical piece. Beautiful, yet a bit sad feeling that later turns into a relatively happy ending.
Fantasy- and fairytale-like theme calling you for an adventure! Pretty full orchestra, with percussions and all. And piano. Cliffhanger at the end.
OH PEARLY HAVEN
Harp playing some, well, harpy stuff. Pretty heavenly feel.
ORGAN WERK OPUS 76 IN D MINOR
Pipe organ in its grand magnificence playing some baroque era stuff. Massive and holy feel.
WINTER SOLSTICE PEACE
Konganos official christmas song of 2014. There’s no jingle bells, elves of any kind or reindeer noises, so this could be used anytime. Classical piece in a very traditional way. Strings & some woodwinds.
Soundtrack for a lazy saturday morning, when there’s absolutely no hurry to get out of bed. Medium-sized string orchestra with some wind instruments.
AFTER THE RAIN
Simple and calming tune for solo piano. Acoustic guitar and a small string orchestra join in for the second verse.
Modern classical solo piano piece. Small fragments that link together.
Medieval tune for solo harpsichord. Nothing fancy here, just some simple historical goodness.
GOOD NIGHT MY DEAR
Beautiful and fragile piece with piano and viola. The melody is maybe a bit too complicated to be a full-blown lullaby. So I’m going to call this ”lullabyish”.