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Pensive and mysterious, rhythmic film, drama underscore. Science, technology, investigation, perhaps forensics or chemistry. Finding solutions, interpreting clues, maybe building up to something.
A modern sounding ambient, electronica track which uses orchestral strings to add a sense of success and a somewhat cinematic feel. A Vibraphone melody compliments a constant piano and soft synth backing. Great for presentations, tv commercials, perhaps conveying achievement and confidence. Also nice as a background track for drama, film, and for relaxation, pampering etc.
Mellow, cool piece with strings, piano, modern / sci-fi beat and bass, stacc strings in the middle part bringing in some tension.
Robots also have a stirring inner life, as you can hear here. Unusual and challenging.
A short, but very thrilling piece of music! Best-suited for audio dramas, commercials, radio plays, trailer or in any other production which needs a good and solid development of tension!
At night walking through a foggy Scottish moor, now and then the full moon breaks through the clouds and we can guess whats coming next. Best of Film Music.
A very intriguing and slightly odd bossa nova. Perfect music for driving in circles looking for that perfect parking spot at the mall. Features piano, vibes, acoustic guitar, electric bass and drums with brushes.
Spooky Midnight Hour loop, successful mix of orchestral and symphonic elements
Asian atmosphere with classical elements and subtle percussion. Without the big drum.
There are many stories and myths about the mysterious Mountain Pass. Now, we\'ve finally found it, it raises straight in front of us!!
Foreboding on the morning of a decisive battle, atmospheric and epic
Sounds a bit like a accordion with a hung-over after a quaffy night in Paris
A highlight - this music is looking for a perfect film, catchy theme
Bojan Brankovic, piano - "Armonie" Symphony Orchestra - Yuri Gilmar, piano - Peter Warren, piano - Direttore d'Orchestra: Uberto Pieroni (P) 2004 IDYLLIUM Music Publishing Italy
Accordion, tuba and harmonica with an ominous end.
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