Watchmakers Ball

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A steampunk waltz with church choir. Slightly creepy.
Flavor: On her stroll through her old hometown Christie walks past the town hall, where the local technocracy is holding a ball. Fascinated she stops to watch the noble and dignified event collapsing more and more into chaos and decadence.

The Old Garden House

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I have recorded two versions of this song with two different pianos:

A quiet and nostalgic piano piece, Version 1
A quiet and nostalgic piano piece, Version 2 with the New York Grand Piano.
Flavor: Christie sees the old house in her grandparants vast gardens, a place where she used to play with friends as a little girl and that is now nothing more than an empty shell.

Spieluhr

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A steampunk piece, with some quiet and sentimental parts and a grand finale.
Flavor: Christie opens the music box (Spieluhr) she found in her grandparents attic.

The Attic

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A quiet and nostalgic piano piece.
Flavor: Christie searches the attic of her grandparents house for some of her old toys and stumbles over an old music box (Spieluhr). Mesmerized by its beauty, she decides to take it with her, forgetting all about her actual goal.

Turn the Wheel

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A short and weird, steampunk inspired piece.
Flavor: Strolling through her old hometown Christie walks by a street musician, that has been there since she was little.

Visiting the Lab

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A crazy electro piece with samples from 1950s scifi movies.
Flavor: Christie visits her uncle in his lab, where he works as chief researcher and advisor to the city’s president.