Debussy "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun"
Bambi walking through a forest
Stravinsky "The Rite of Spring, Part 1"
Dinosaur scene in Fantasia
Schoenberg, Pierrot Lunaire "Night"
Quieter but still evil girl sounding
Schoenberg, Pierrot Lunaire "The Moonfleck"
Stressful and anxious, makes me want to hurt her
Berg "Act III from Wozzeck"
Male and female opera kind of yelling and full of tension, german
Ravel "Piano Concerto in G"
Birds/western for the first part then gets jazzy and similar to "Rhapsody in Blue"
Bartok "Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, II"
Strings/percussion/piano. Sounds like a rushing wind or search or hunt. Very fast paced, switches back and forth like a conversation from intensity to anticipation.
Prokofiev "The Battle on Ice"
Sounds like a quiet tragedy. Ice ace squirrel loses his acorn and watches it sail away then it switches to animals and dinosaurs fleeing from danger. Has chanting like Lord of the Rings
Reich "Music for 18 Musicians"
Vibraphone, pulsing, so cool!
Adams "El Nino"
Hispanic opera of the nativity scene. Lady singing. Quieter and very emotional.
Plainchant "Vere Dignum"
1 guy singing chant. Less tonal.
Plainchant "In Paradisum"
More lyrical chant. 2 guys sing. Sounds hopeful
Hildegard of Bingen "Columbia Aspexit"
Woman chant with a droning note
Quranic recitation "Ya Sin"
Strange pauses. Man chanting with really weird jibberish
Hawai'an Mele Pule Chant
Choked woman sounding. Weird chant
Native American Enemy Way Chant "K'adnikini'ya"
Tribal chant with a drum
Ventadorn "La Dousa Votz"
Sounds kind of like a jig. Dulcimer sounding with man singing
Perotin "Alleluia, Diffusa est gratia"
A mens choir singing prettily
Machaut "Quant en moi"
Medieval singing with two voices