An upbeat set of traditional Irish jigs performed box, mandolin, fiddle, guitar and bodhran. Begins with mandolin, and fiddle, box and bodhran join in at 0:09 to create a larger sound. Begins with Trip to Athlone, then leads into The Luck Penny at 0:59.
A short dramatic piece for full orchestra. Begins with a counterpoint between french horns and woodwinds and then full strings enter and build to the end. Meant for promos, teasers, trailers and idents.
Emotional and passionate orchestra choir track with a very soaring, yet also fragile and emotive theme. This track starts very softly, with a sad / reflective theme - and then grows gradually in intensity, until it takes off in full effect at about 01:40.
Majestic, sci-fi or future inspired. Grand, epic arrangement using a mixture of opera voice, electronic drums and big orchestra. Very cinematic. This track is recorded with a live symphonic orchestra.
A popular set of Irish hornpipes played in Irish pubs. Fiddle begins, with bodhran joining in to provide rhythm and guitar providing accoTraditionally how many Irish pub tunes are performed.
A very uplifting, rousing and inspiring orchestral / film score type track. A complex and developed composition with a sense of "get go". Positively bursting with energy and inspiration. Busy / Active / Bustling / Happy.
Symphonie fantastique, G minor, Op. 14 IV. Marche au supplice (March to the Scaffold), by Hector Berlioz.
A tense, ominous, brooding underscore for action, thriller, sci-fi and more. Pounding percussion, dark pads and sweeps. Urgency / Danger. Also available in a version without the drums, which represents a more sneaky / dark ambient feel.
An inspirational track for fantasy or adventure, made with orchestra and epic percussion. Amazement / Wonderment / Magic and Mystery, with a more Victorious / Valiant section in the middle.
Commercial length piece with full orchestra and choir. Begins with solo trumpet and then briefly swells into a hopeful, proud moment with the entire orchestra. Returns to solo trumpet as it ends. It's short, but it tells a story.
In the Hall of the Mountain King, from the Peer Gynt suite by the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. Arranged and recorded by David Hamilton.
A powerful blockbuster type track featuring growling synths, basses, sub impacts and symphonic orchestra with mixed choir in the second part of a track. Loaded with epic energy and power.