Typical of film music is that music a) creates a functional and substantial reinforcement of the pictures, or b) assumes an emotional lead role. In contrast to a book, where it is possible for the author to prepare scenes, emotions, moods, etc. throughout several pages, the film director often has only a few minutes for this. Film music helps, therefore, to support the plots development at the mood and emotional levels. Here, the style or arrangement play less of a role.
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Tumbling, Falling, Pursued
Emotional trailer music with a wide arc of suspense. The gentle piano line gets supported by full orchestra at around 1:24. Also suitable for commercials, ads or image films.
Japanese drums give the pace, supported by soft pads and subtle effects.
Rhythmic, percussive, dark. Chase or battle. Deep pounding drums, deep drone, twitchy strings, dissonant horns.
Exciting Big beat track with a drifty bass line, phat drums, suitable synths and lots of special FX. This drifty and action-packed big beat track is suitable for extreme sport, motor sport and action in general.
Slow, ('Lent' in French), and free-flowing, this track evokes an almost daydream like state. This is the first of three works to be given the name Gnossienne name by Erik Satie to reflect this new style of composition.
Action spy tune featuring guitar, percussion and strings.
Mysterious jazzy spy tune, featuring pizzicato strings, percussion and muted brass. Exploratory and suspenseful.
Film scores: World Mystery / Ethnic
Slow but tensed Production Music mood - modern organs, sci-fi beat - live guitars
Dramatic soundtrack, full instrumentation from orchestras to E-guitar, big cinema
Slow and grave, ('Lent et grave'), the third Gymnopedie is perhaps the most heartbreaking. The whole ambience is punctuated by mournful melodies that have become so popular in modern productions.
Intimate traditional music from the Andean area. Charango, acoustic guitars and percussion. Beautiful mood and very suitable for documentaries or image films!
The tempo instruction on the score is 'molto vivace', (very lively), and it certainly is swift and joyous. A very famous piece which is used as the theme for the hugely popular BBC radio show 'Just A Minute'.
Driving and majestic, featuring warm brass, strings and percussion that create a glorious, courageous mood.
Epic and sweeping cinematic track that starts mysteriously and ominously, then builds to glorious crescendo and finally develops into a staccato, hammering, powerful orchestral trailer track. Great material for film trailer, fantasy or sci-fi action, war or conflict, hard hitting sports footage and much more. Live orchestral instruments and live choir singers, combined with clever use of samplers to create a huge sound.
Driving samba on a wave of atmospheric elements. Very suitable for image films or documentaries!
Nice folk music from the Andean area. Pan flute, typical string instruments and a great community spirit!
A rhythmic, dark, orchestral track of amazement and tension. Similar to the style/sound of Hans Zimmer music, this cinematic piece has a strong sense of nerve and drama.