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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Nice folk music from the Andean area. Pan flute, typical string instruments and a great community spirit!
Mysterious royalty-free production music with emotional touch. Typical mood which you hear often in current TV shows airing at prime time.
Driving and majestic, featuring warm brass, strings and percussion that create a glorious, courageous mood.
Strong chord progressions with lots of energy and emotions! Typical stops in between for effective visual blends - contemporary trailer music!
Modest, atmospheric composition with harp arpeggios and other subtle sounds.
Joyous upbeat waltz for solo classical guitar written around 90 years before a few bars of it became the most popular ringtone in history when used by Nokia in the 1990s. A classic that has become a digital classic!
Instantly recognisable, this beautiful work by Debussy is calm and soothing yet is intensely emotional in places. French for 'moonlight', this track is relaxing, reflective and simply delightful.
Mighty, serious Production Music sound. Smooth Beat, dark strings, atmospheric synthies, piano.
Sweet, contemplative solo piano theme. Reflective and gentle, loving and slightly mistful. Thoughtful, drama eternal love, friendship. Mellow.
Gymnopedie No.2 has an aura of sombreness about it. 'Lent et triste', (slow and sad), is the instruction to the player. Very atmospheric with a feeling of calm resignation. Huge amounts of space in the composition for thoughtful reflection.
Powerful, driving fireworks from Brazilian rhythm and percussion elements. Perfect for intros, trailers, presentation openings, creative cutting sequences and commercials. Let the Games begin!
Massive, sweeping orchestral track with a huge, thunderous percussion section. Heroic, epic, pounding and cinematic. Builds towards a climax at the end. Highly suitable for movie trailer, film trailer, game trailer, film intro sequence or opening sequence, war and battle scenes, etc.
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.
Classic Antic Chase
String drone and ethnic flute. Dark, ominous, sparse, like the desert, savannah, mighty mountain ridges or vast open landscapes. Highly suitable for nature or travel.
Suite from martial arts movie "Satori". Powerful and pushing to the limits. Hard cutting edge hybrid sounds combined with orchestral elements.
Soft strings, a lonely and dreamy piano, multi coloured.
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.
The third in a series of highly expressive and free-flowing compositions by Satie is again at a slow pace like the first one. This gives the track a sombre and hypnotic quality. Creates an almost haunting atmosphere.
The second Gnossienne has the instruction, 'avec ?tonnement', (with astonishment), to instruct the player to play slightly faster than the other two pieces. Still has lots of space and freedom of expression.
This is the vitality of Africa! This positive track suits documentaries, image films or productions for Television.
Inspector is a sneaky piece of jazz music with wondering pizz strings, finger snaps and deep double bass. Perfect if you are looking for that sneaky jazz sound.
Diving to the sea floor, swarms of fish swim by and then suddenly you discover this huge, majestic wreck of an old ship.
Typical jingle for talkover purposes. Pulsating and energetic - topped of with some orchestral elements.
The third variation of the Theme from the first movement of Mozart's Piano Sonata No.11 is slower and more melancholic than the Theme but still meanders gracefully in a swaying manner.