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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Epic orchestral track. Symphonic with dramatic elements and wide-bearing pads. Film music as it should be. The heroes are revered and celebrated.
Positive pop rock with everything you need - good mood and fun included!
All people are happy and glad when the Christmas period begins. This orchestral Christmas Song played in Hollywood-style lets arise the perfect mood for the nicest time of the year very quickly. The hearts of the children beat faster and also the adults are touched by the Christmas fever. This very positive song wishes all of you a Merry Christmas.
All ships stay together to defend the Earth! - Contemporary trailer music, marching towards the threat!
Metal band meets orchestra!! The victory is near and the battle almost won. A big and epic sound in the style of modern Hollywood soundtracks.
White Christmas like in the 50s. Softly falls the Snow and the Christ secretly flits through the living room.
An orchestral Christmas tune with sleigh bells and driving rhythm.
You are looking for a very positive production music track to present your company? This royalty-free track combines style, quality and a smile. A true winner!
Musical trip through the Middle Kingdom called China
Calm ambient track with floating pads and many sounds that remind of ice, snow and winter
Typical jingle for talkover purposes. Pulsating and energetic - topped of with some orchestral elements.
An upbeat yet longing tango with an Italian feel. Featuring accordion, mandolin, solo violin and rhythm section.
Symphonic orchestra, solo instruments, playing with different moods, narrative
Paulchen Panter greets Dr. No
Written in the style of epic heroic action films and recorded with a live orchestra. The main themes are played and restated as the music builds through the use of varied orchestral colors and frequent, exciting key changes. Rousing big finish.
Strong and powerful, epic orchestral soundtrack with a driving groove that relentlessly pushes forward creating a feeling of extreme intensity and urgency. Featuring cinematic style production with an exciting, suspenseful buildup to a dramatic climax.
The settlers conquer the land and their city keeps on growing! This positive orchestral brings enthusiasm and motivation.
An exciting and rapid flight to the island. This is the beginning of a big adventure! A full symphony orchestra and a very strong motive - score at its best!!
The Sami, also known as Lapps, are the indegenous people of Northern Scandinavia. Hailing from northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia (the Kola Peninsula), their lives and appearance have a lot in common with Native Americans. Their music is dominated by the unique and easily recognizable Joik (or Yoik) which again lends similarities to the chanting vocal styles of Native American music. It is often accompanied by a simple hand drum beat.
Magical, orchestral piece. Starts as a fantasy introduction, then progresses to a funny waltz and finally returns to the magical part again.
This adaptation of Schubert's Rosamunde Overture evokes a light and lively, playful parlor music atmosphere.