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32 tracks found with the tag "Narrative"

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11 tracks, registered with a PRO
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Pizzicato cellos tip toe through a veil of shimmering strings and mystical, elfin-like flute lines in this engaging mid tempo orchestral interlude. Perfect for underscoring narratives or commercials, the track draws a metaphor between a dark forest and life's winding journey. The track is divided into interchangeable segments with 1 bar gaps so that it can be easily edited to suit durations. Both witty and dark in equal measures, the track is similar in style and instrumentation to An Unfortunate Incident.

A tough, uncompromising, state-of-the-art soundtrack. Its driving, futuristic sounds & orchestral pay off would suit Olympic sized sporting events, epic visuals, contemporary gaming, modern war themes, movie trailers & films. Stark instrumentation leaves room for narrative, epic sound design or added SFX.

Uplifting, poignant, wistful and joyous this melodic 3/4 signature acoustic guitar led theme swells to a peak with luscious strings & piano. A good underscore for visuals, storytelling, or a 'coming of age' narrative.

A witty, bouncy uptempo orchestral overture with twittering flutes, brassy horns and pizzicato cellos. A variety of happy and sad cues make it highly suitable for use with a humorous commercial/infomercial narrative. Reminiscent of post war comedies and Aardman Animation. Or the post irony of Curb Your Enthusiasm and Danny Elfman style film scores.

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Brushstrokes

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Gentle but edgy abstract piece that portrays a variety of moods with variations in pitch and tone. The piece can be edited to suit the nature of the narrative. would suit a poignant, alternative or artistic documentary narrative. A number of mood variations are available in 30 second versions.

Contemporary mix of orchestra and electronic instrumentation in this l lament to the passing of time. Pensive & thoughtful but offering hope and comfort with a haunting and memorable melody. Good for contemplative narrative such as poetry or prose and visuals such as time lapse. If you like this you may also like the Michael Stephen Decker tracks "Sky Dreams" and "Three Little Wishes".

These short incidental bursts of busy pizzicato string sequences will sit comfortably under narrative or as an accompaniment to bustling imagery. The short bursts are punctuated with silences making them easy to edit into any duration.

This joyous, rousing and boisterous theme evokes an athletic atmosphere charged with jubilation and national pride such as a large gathering, wide open space or sports event. A solid underscore for narratives, title sequences, scene setting, commentary, background and factual information. Glorious, victorious. Sports / events / celebrations. The track will easily blend with Champions Of Africa Tournament to create an entire themed programme package.

Brooding, distorted guitar riffs floats above a smouldering dystopian landscape awash with strange metallic artefacts. This dark but strangely beautiful soundscape encompasses many different styles to create a unique atmospheric theme equally at one with either action or scene setting narratives.

A darting soprano voice is offset by bursts of percussion and sweeping passages of hope, beauty & elegance in this modern, dramatic theme. A contemporary feel makes this suitable for cutting edge drama, title sequences or documentary narrative such as green issues or science & technology. Similar in instrumentation and mood to the Michael Stephen Decker tracks, Sky Dreams, Dawn of Freedom and Three Little Wishes.

A bright & uplifting accompaniment evoking the sparkling optimism of a new day or a fresh start. Melodic and playful, this classical piece will blend perfectly with colourful visuals or an upbeat narrative.

21 tracks, not registered with a PRO
11 tracks, registered with a PRO
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