An upbeat yet grand march to begin or end an exciting adventure! An evokatic and heroic theme on the horns and brass section is accompanied by a grand orchestra.
A dramatic orchestral track with choir, slowly growing in intensity throughout. Highly suitable for movie trailer, game trailer, dramatic footage of war, conflict, power struggle, fantasy or scifi, or hard/gritty sports or action material.
Soundtrack / Sci-fi / Space / Fantasy. An atmospheric and unsettling piece that utilizes orchestral effect textures to evoke an otherworldly sense of fear. Scenes where the characters encounter something alien or scenes of paranormal horror.
Thoughtful, contemplative, reflective piece. Piano is joined by orchestral strings and then develops into a full orchestral arrangement a bit further in. Story-like, intriguing, developing. Suitable for drama and storytelling.
Pomp and Circumstance, March no. 1, by Elgar. Arranged and recorded by David Hamilton. There is also an "Alternative entry point" version which starts where the most famous melody first comes in.
A dramatic and orchestral track with big drums and a sense of forward movement, increasing towards a final crescendo. Foreboding, staccato. Marching and relentless, like an unstoppable force. With or without drums. Or drums only.
Epic blockbuster type track, with a powerful bottom end and valiant strings. This track starts slowly and then builds and increases gradually, until returning to the beginning with a sense of reflection. Emotive / Touching / Honorable.
A triumphant, rousing, moderately intense orchestral film score. Driven forward by an underlying staccato rhythm, this heroic and epic style composition would be suitable for a dramatic and exciting movie scene, fantasy or sci-fi material.