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New Tracks 16/20


You can use this page to listen to the 500 latest tracks we added to our Library.


 

500 Tracks


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215 tracks, not registered with a PRO
285 tracks, registered with a PRO
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The tender flight of a dandelion over a flower meadow. Emotive, sparkling bells paired with dreamy, pictorial melodies for beautiful moments and sentimental retrospectives. Gives peace, hope, lightness, romance, gentleness and directs the focus on the small but essential things in life.

Amelie and Friends: Emotive, sparkling piano paired with dreamy, pictorial melodies for beautiful moments and sentimental retrospectives. Gives peace, hope, lightness, romance, gentleness and directs the focus on the small but essential things in life.

Amelie and Friends: Emotive, sparkling piano paired with dreamy, pictorial melodies for beautiful moments and sentimental retrospectives. Gives peace, hope, lightness, romance, gentleness and directs the focus on the small but essential things in life.

Matrix is back! Spies, tracking, infiltration and invasion of intelligent digital systems. Cinematic Action Percussion paired with deep and eye-catching hits, stings and drones. Perfect for trailers, espionage, cinematic tension and cutting edge image sequences

The well-known German lullaby by Johannes Brahms in a version with music box and slow tempo. We wish you a good night and sweet dreams. Johannes Brahms composed his lullaby in July 1868 in Bonn and dedicated it to Bertha Faber, née Porubszky, on the occasion of the birth of her second son "to always happy use". Brahms had met Bertha Porubszky, a native of Vienna, in 1859, when she became a member of the women's choir he led at the age of seventeen during a stay in Hamburg.

215 tracks, not registered with a PRO
285 tracks, registered with a PRO
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