John P. Sousa's famous Liberty Bell march, classical marching band music. Also known as the theme music for the Monty Python Flying Circus. Arranged and recorded by David Hamilton.
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.
Blasting Epic orchestral percussion music. The kind you use on dramatic movie trailers. Starts with a gradual build-up pattern that transforms itself after a sudden stop. Then all hell brakes loose and some atonal orchestral elements come in.
A cheeky and fun nostalgic orchestral march a-la Wallace and Gromit. Reminiscent of old motivational films with a slightly wartime vibe. Upbeat.
Cinematic suspenseful piece, starting off with drum swirls, strings and into a more grand, orchestral sound combined with contemporary drums. Passionate, driving and a bit mysterious. Great material for film, film trailer, grand adventures and heroes.
More big DRAMA. Pounding taiko drums back a full orchestra and choir and they are giving it their all. Big brassy melodies and huge choir chanting make this a very exciting face off. Seamlessly looping.
A dramatic, serious epic cinematic track. Blend of symphonic instruments, expressive choirs, synths and electro/dubstep rhythm. Massive sound. A feel of a danger or inevitable dramatic events.
Intense and powerful, this orchestral track is filled with mystery and adventure. Strings, percs and brass create a powerful energy vibe. Perfect for trailers, games, battles, etc.
Antonin Dvorak: Symphony No. 9 'Z noveho sveta, From the New World' in E minor, Op. 95: 4. Allegro con fuoco. Recorded by D Hamilton.
Commercial pop track heavily influenced by hip hop, using big arena synths and hints of brass.
Fun, cheeky and cute retro video game style music, A nod back to the 80's and 90's with Super Mario and his friends, About a minute into the track there's a faster, more action filled part which can be edited to a separate file.
A cheeky and fun little orchestral piece, with a bright and sunny disposition. Bouncy, happy and jovial - with a slight nod back to the commercial film scores of the 1950's and 60's.