℗ 2017 KPM Music Ltd
Duration 29m 53s
Record Label KPM Main Series
Release Date July 24, 2017
Genre Classical
 

Cinematic Cathedral Organ

Tim Benjamin

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1.1
Expanse
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:20
1.2
Majesty and Wonder
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:35
1.3
Progression
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:38
1.4
Transformation
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:42
1.5
Balance
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:12
1.6
Cinematic Cathedral Organ
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:18
1.7
Something Wicked
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:15
1.8
Distance
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:35
1.9
Grace
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:38
1.10
Ascending
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:31
1.11
True Darkness
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:19
1.12
Shadow
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:50
Duration    29m 53s
Cinematic Cathedral Organ presents 12 of simple solo organ production tracks that are ideal for creating numerous atmospheres, from the contemplative to the awestruck to the unnerving.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – KPM Main Series Studio Masters

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