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ANOTHER CASE FOR THE INSPECTOR – He walks the muddy ground in the English countryside. Not a clue to be found…until… (1:26)
CONFUSION AND CLARITY – Could work in an introspective scene. (1:24)
REGROUPING – and getting on with life. Might be nice in a coming-of-age story with a female protagonist. (1:22)
THE INSPECTOR ARRIVES – on a gray drizzly day in the English countryside. (1:24)
THE OLD PAROLEE – Struggling to adjust to life on the outside. Inspired by the James Whitmore character in “The Shawshank Redemption.” Might work in a scene depicting someone hitting rock bottom. (1:29)
THE RUNAWAY – alone and scared, she makes her way through midnight shadows, across the vast concrete jungle. (1:45)
AUTUMN OF LIFE – for old men who play cards in front of their apartment building. (1:16)
ACROSS THE DESOLATE SOUTHWEST – and running out of water. (1:21)
BACK ON YOUR FEET – a simple, quietly uplifting piano piece. (1:28)
ACROSS NEW MEXICO – in the oppressive heat. (00:54)
BITTER SWEET GOODBYE – might work in a “parting ways” scene or perhaps something else. (1:49)
DRAMA IN THE CARIBBEAN – Trouble in paradise…oh dear! (1:48)
INDIAN OCEAN TWILIGHT – As the sun sinks below the horizon and boats quietly bob in port, the night creeps in. (1:49)
ONE NIGHT – Quietly dramatic…a simple guitar/vocal piece. (1:48)
92nd FLOOR – Where it all went down. Based on the style of music, can you guess the reference? (1:51)
CHOICES – Would be good for an “alone and having to make a hard choice” scene, a “packing and moving on” scene or maybe something else. (1:15)
END OF CHAPTER – A short, bittersweet piano cue. (00:38)