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Creative Beginnings

by Brian Skutle

A collection of fun, soothing, original Ambient Electronica compositions that inspire strong visual images in the listener.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Improvised BS
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3:55 $0.49
2. Creative Beginnings
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2:15 $0.49
3. Minimalist Suspense
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3:56 $0.49
4. Thematic Tradeoff
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1:41 FREE
5. 60-Second Canon
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1:16 album only
6. Ethereal Atmospheres
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3:41 $0.49
7. Peaceful Meditation
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4:34 $0.49
8. Synthphonic Poignancy
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4:52 FREE
9. Creative Beginnings (Edit)
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Album Notes
Brian Skutle began playing the trombone back in 1989, and has been composing since October of 1998 in addition to currently pursuing a Sound Recording Technology degree from Georgia State University.

"Creative Beginnings" is Brian's first album and contains many of Brian's earliest compositions, including 2 of 4 versions of the title track and popular favorites among fans like "Peaceful Meditation"- which, along with "Synthphonic Poignancy," has received live performances in the Atlanta area- and "Ethereal Atmospheres."

Up next for Brian is the release of "Dark Experiments," containing many of his darker and more intense compositions.


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