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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.
played by Cordula Jäger, 2011
Cheerful, positive track with grand piano, light orchestration and dynamic structure including highlighting moments.
Cheerful and happy Christmas carol, usually sung on Nicholas Eve. Beautiful classical arrangement.
That is a good man, almost like Goodman
A driving blues-rock. “New Orleans” style.
Piano arpeggios, atmospheric string pads and determined drums rock away and create a serious and slightly melancholic Production Music mood.
Melodic pop rock with a catchy piano melody, big e-guitars, bass and drifty drums. Positive, young and motivating – Production Music perfect for advertising and commercials.
Time to relax and time to catch a breath - with cheery ukuleles and acoustic guitars and also catchy melody lines.
Calm and reflective atmosphere with pianolicks and spacy FX-fills
Orchestral, choral film score with a steady increase to fulminant peaks. Epic, modern film music for demanding corporate films and more.
Pensive piano song, fine melodies, melancholic, but with encouraging parts, for dreaming and relaxing
Tender and sorrowful, cinematic film, drama underscore. Sweeping strings, light orchestra. Touching, emotional, sad.
Blue Grass roarer for clapping along
This track is totally on the sunny side of life! Positive, groovy and a very catchy melody! You simply have to chime in!
Pensive piano ballad with a fine groove, surprising twists and a wonderful melody sequence.
Fantasy film music, blockbuster Hollywood style, with full orchestra, choir and grand piano. Big film score for fantasy themes, corporate videos or documentary.
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.
Relaxed ragtime played by the piano, with a jazzy middle part.