Johann Strauss Sr. - Radetzky March, Op. 228. The "Variation" version has more reverb.
Ominous, foreboding and threatening orchestral track with a slightly primal or primitive feel. Barbaric, barbarians perhaps, or warriors of a fantasy world or a long lost time. Slow and pounding, marching to war.
A rousing and soaring cinematic track with a full orchestral sound. Ranges from the pompous and determined, to a sweeping and beautiful passage, into a reflective and fragile end section.
Egyptian / Arabic epic moods featuring dramatic strings and horns, ethnic percussion. After about a minute and a half, a slick, modern drum groove is added.
A cinematic orchestral piece inspired by nursery rhymes and bedtime stories, It has a magical, fable-like quality that could set the stage for an amazing story. Childlike innocence.
Starts out with a dramatic piano pattern and develops in to a full blown WAR, Horns Orchestra Heavy Drums. suspenseful and dramatic battle over the forsaken war torn land. Damaging orchestral brass and strings and a heart pounding drum groove.
A slow, bright and confident, powerful, soaring, "Big Sky" type cinematic score. Flying you over open plains, grand scenery, settlers and grand American adventures. Increases to a crescendo at around 50 secs.