Writing Music: Moonlight09:00
When I write, I listen to a lot of the Piano Guys music. The pieces that a piano and a cello can play together are truly amazing. They have many brilliant pieces that make perfect writing music. One of my favourites is a piece called Moonlight, which is an original composition based on Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, rather than a cover, and was composed for both the cello and the piano.
The plucked sounds of the electric cello and the flowing movement of the rest of the music make this piece perfect for listening to while writing a tense scene. It would be good for a scene where characters are hiding from their enemies, or where there is a tense, but not physically dangerous confrontation. It would also be good for a scene where a character has to face their fears.
What sort of scene does this suggest to you? What music are you listening to today?