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Charts 10/20


These are the currently most popular tracks from our library. Please keep in mind that we have got customers with the most diverse requirements. To see the current hottest music tracks, please click on Hot Tracks


 

500 Tracks


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433 tracks, not registered with a PRO
67 tracks, registered with a PRO
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228. Call For Heroes 01:55

A spine-tingling, hair raising, epic movie score or trailer track. Full orchestra, real live vocalist, choir. Also available in a 'rock mix' and in a 'no choir' mix, to give you mixing and editing opportunities.

230. Rise of the Phoenix 01:29

The phoenix rises from the ashes – heroic film music Hollywood style. A calm beginning evolves to a big movie score with full orchestra, percussions and choir. The Phoenix (Greek ?????? Phoínix, from ancient Egyptian Benu: 'The reborn/The newborn son'; Latin Phoenix) is a mythical bird that burns or dies at the end of its life cycle in order to arise again from the decaying body or from its ashes. This idea can still be found today in the phrase "Like a phoenix from the ashes" for something that was already believed lost, but reappears in new splendour.

241. Freedom 06:25

A grand, epic, romantic piece of orchestral / symphonic film score music. Wide open fields, home lands, personal stories, adventure and epic tales. The piece plays for six and a half minutes and can be used for several different cues, or together as a whole. This track is recorded with a live philharmonic orchestra.

249. Keep on shining 06:18

Food for the synapsis of ambitious audio-audists, chilling, intelligent and sparkling. It grooves, it swings, a real contribution to world peace, at least for six minutes

433 tracks, not registered with a PRO
67 tracks, registered with a PRO
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