This cinematic orchestral track suggests scenes involving magical or dramatic settings, It has an expansive feel, and features a prominent melody, It could suit adventure, supernatural, outer space or nature themed productions.
A full orchestra piece with interesting harmonies and rhythms. Builds to an adventurous climactic brass statement and rousing ending with pounding drums.
Johann Strauss Sr. - Radetzky March, Op. 228. The "Variation" version has more reverb.
Gustav Holst - St. Paul's Suite, Op. 29 No. 2, H. 118. Movement 3: Intermezzo in A Major.
A slowly marching, staccato, methodical, unstoppable force. Orchestral march with a sense of darkness, determination, glory and victory. Dark heroes or evil hordes. Good for dramatic trailers / epic trailer, battle or marching scene, fantasy fights.
Like the awakening of an idea or the start of a great adventure, this bold orchestral piece grows from small beginnings to a huge striving precession. Suitable for rites of passage sequences or the birth of ideas and on-going initiative.
Light, neo-classical, bright and playful piece. Piano with string section / semi-orchestral. Busy, bustling, pretty, whimsical. This piece slowly builds in intensity up to the 3-minute mark before settling back down towards the end.
An emotional and stirring, epic, orchestral / choir track. Suitable for epic trailers / dramatic trailers, also for sports, achievement, aspirations and reaching new levels of glory. Heroes uprising, united into eternity.
A slowly pounding, marching, aggressive track for conflict, battle, combat, fighting, dramatic scenes, chase or dangerous situation. Good for fantasy battle sequences, action adventure, death and conflict, gearing up for fight, marching to war.
A celebratory orchestral piece that suggests a festival or other significant event, perhaps in a great city. The piece is dramatic and noble, and could work in a variety of historical or present-day scenes of jubilation.