Category Archives: Music Prompts

Music Prompt #18

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.

We Are the Chosen 0:00 – 4:04
Breathe New Life 4:05 – 9:57
The Gift of Sight 9:57 – 15:03
Transcend 15:04 – 19:04
Malleus Maleficarum 19:05 – 22:14
When Darkness Shines Brightest 22:15 – 27:26
Dawn of the Mage 27:27 – 30:23
The Witching Hour 30:24 – 34:38
Time to Leave this World 34:39 – 38:23
Beautiful Mine 38:24 – 42:46
The Elixir of Life 42:47 – 47:20
The Last of Her Kind 47:21 – 51:12
Sorrow’s Harmony 51:13 – 56:17
On the Edge of Forever 56:18 – 1:00:54
Creation 1:00:55 – 1:06:02


Music Prompt #17

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.

Andreas B – Floating 0:00
CMA – Tommorow’s Another Day 4:13
Jacoo – Cosmos 8:34
Julian Kruse – Fallen From The Sky 11:42
Hereafter – Only You 15:36
Jabricon – Light At The End 18:48
CMA – Don’t Look Back 22:33
Electus – Temple Of Light 27:08
SizzleBird – Memory 31:04
Sacred – Reaching Out 34:12
CMA – It Is What It Is 39:19
SizzleBird – Landing 42:47
Jimmis – Flying Home 46:56
Jacoo – If You Only Knew 49:45
Electus – Imaginary Friend 52:52
CMA – Ku’uipo 57:14
Mykool – Ikiru 1:01:08
Slevemor – After The Rain 1:06:54
Poolz – You Don’t Have To 1:13:42
Vexaic – Goodbye 1:18:08
SizzleBird – Elixir 1:22:39
Jabricon – Daydreaming 1:26:40
Electus – Another World 1:30:11
Jacoo – Withering 1:36:02
CMA – You’re Free 1:39:28
Killigrew – Timeless As The Waves 1:44:58
Blure – Cycle Of Life 1:49:51
Skyvoice & Blure – Take Me Away 1:53:10
Soulfy – When The Sun Sets 1:56:14
Subtact – Falling 2:00:03


Music Prompt #16

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.

Lament of the Shadow Elves 0:00 – 3:51
Ceridwen 3:51 – 8:39
Morrigan 8:39 – 12: 22
Children of the Land 12:23 – 15:24
Voice of the Forgotten 15:25 – 17:47
The Dragon Charmer 17:48 – 21:08
Autumn’s Child 21:09 – 24:50
A Season’s Secrets 24:51 – 31:38
The Three Daughters of Divinity 31:39 – 35:42
The Elven Treasure 35:43 – 38:56
The Mystic 38:57 – 43:58
A Journey’s End 43:59 – 48:27
Once Upon a Dream 48.28 – 58:43
Breathe New Life 58:44 – 1:04:40


Music Prompt #15

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.

00:00:00-00:01:48 Soundcritters – Invent Yourself
00:01:49-00:05:38 Jim Yosef – Momentum
00:05:39-00:08:27 Robin Gogberg – Turn Loose The Pipes
00:08:28-00:10:44 Kari Sigurdsson – Orion
00:10:45-00:13:58 Julius Bölk – Pandora
00:13:59-00:18:33 Kelly Andrew – The Incursion
00:18:34-00:22:30 Lost Empire – Journey To The Sea
00:22:31-00:24:37 Rise Studios – New Dawn
00:24:37-00:28:12 Elias Nilsson – Where I Belong
00:28:12-00:31:28 Cristian Onofreiciuc – Colorful
00:31:29-00:33:34 Ioannis Gutevas – Ghosts, Gold and Rum!
00:33:35-00:36:55 Follow Their Lead – Honor to Defeated
00:36:56-00:39:15 Mark Stothard – Mesmerised
00:39:16-00:43:05 Qdash Oeuvre – I Treasure Your Words
00:43:06-00:45:13 Vastarial Fantasy Music – Winds Of Glory
00:45:14-00:48:54 DreamScape – Zenith
00:48:55-00:51:14 Mustafa Avşaroğlu – Sustuklarımız
00:51:15-00:54:41 Phantasmal Music – Knight’s Legion
00:54:41-00:56:44 Sergey Gol – Runaway
00:56:45-00:59:21 Jaap Visser – Overcome
00:59:21-01:02:29 Salim Daïma – A Glimpse Of Light
01:02:30-01:05:17 Peter Mor – The Secret Kingdom
01:15:17-01:07:26 Daniel Mekis – Found
01:07:26-01:09:47 Pixelee – Giant
01:09:49-01:12:55 Jyc Row – Magna Luna
01:12:56-01:15:16 The Audiocrat – Tunnel Vision
01:15:17-01:20:34 Adrian Jarchow – To Victory
01:20:35-01:23:00 Andrew Kirkof – Secret Desires
01:23:01-01:26:53 Pardus – Kinglet
01:26:54-01:30:48 Chulainn – Strength And Honor
01:30:49-01:35:16 Manuel Angerer – Always In My Heart
01:35:16-01:39:15 Yifei Tang – Into The Mist
01:39:15-01:41:41 Ben Shunlay – Time For Changes
01:41:41-01:45:04 Perform Score – The Last Hero
01:45:05-01:49:06 Yaniv Barmeli – Field of Spirits
01:49:07-01:51:23 IMGSound – Inspire Sport
01:51:24-01:54:43 Billy Melsness – Spirit
01:51:44-01:57:57 Arkiture – The Traveler
01:57:57-02:01:14 Torpel – Eternal Sunset


Music Prompt #14

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through like with the Sound Effects, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.

The Forest Queen 0:00 – 4:33
King of the Woodlands 4:34 – 8:02
Autumn’s Child 8:03 – 11:46
An Chroi Laistigh 11:47 – 16:04
Ceridwen – The Potion of Knowledge 16:05 – 21:02
Winter’s Heart 21:03 – 24:31
Morrigan – The Goddess of War 24:31 – 28:15
Caer – The Dream Weaver 28:16 – 32:50
Melanies Melody 32:51 – 36:47
She Who Watches 36:48 – 40:10
The Harp of Tiertu 40:11 – 43:37
Airmid – The Keeper of Spring 43:38 – 46:39
Corchen – The Goddess & The Serpent 46:40 – 49:42
Heart of the Forest 49:43 – 53:24
The Elven Treasure 53:25 – 56:40
Voice of the Forgotten 56:41 – 59:04


Music Prompt #13

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.


Music Prompt #12

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.


Music Prompt #11

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.


Music Prompt #10

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.


Music Prompt #9

As much as I would love to fill the entire year’s worth of music prompts with fantasy music, I’m sure some of you would love a break, so here’s Cold Mountain for you. (Also, if you don’t already follow my weekly Music Monday installments over on my personal blog, I’m a total folk and bluegrass nerd, so click here to hear more of this kind of music)

Start by listening. You don’t have to listen all the way through, but do give yourself some time to really listen. Close your eyes, if you’re comfortable doing so, put on your headphones, and listen. Allow yourself to really feel the music and immerse yourself in what you’re hearing. Once you’re ready, start writing.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a story, start by writing a list of words the music makes you think of. Is it calming, energetic, creepy? Does it make you think of a specific place, person, or genre? What type of person can you imagine listening to this kind of music?

Remember: Even if all you come up with for now is a description, keep it and come back to it later. If your muse is like mine then it most likely enjoys giving you puzzle pieces that need to be fit together over time rather than the whole story all at once. You never know what will connect your pieces together, so don’t trash something just because it doesn’t seem to go anywhere right away.