Short track with a smooth and slow swing-jazz sound. Cosy and homely. Great as an introduction to, say, a morning TV show or radio show etc., and available in three different mixes.
An easy-going, earthy and nicely laid back Folk / Nu-folk / Acoustica track. Acoustic guitar, piano and subtle shaker rhythm. Feelgood, relaxed, uncomplicated and happy. Think home, family, friends and good times.
Emotions surge and swell as soft piano arpeggios rise and fall against a quiet string section accompaniment. You long to find your soul mate as the track engulfs you and takes you on a journey to find your perfect partner.
An upbeat and glorious cinematic main theme a-la John Williams or Danny Elfman. Positive, curious, and somewhat playful while also flowing and emotive. Feels like flying or moving at speed.
A modern orchestral composition of slow tempo, with romantic and tender melody, with piano, clarinet, pizzicato, soft strings. As if it says us that life is beautiful and full of love and we may be always happy.
A romantic, orchestral, cinematic piece inspired by the work of Alexandre Desplat. It features sweeping strings, but also soft woodwinds and percussion that add to a warm hearted atmosphere. Good for period drama, classic cinema and more.
The famous Christmas melody from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker. Great for holiday specials and commercials. Traditional orchestral.
A touching and light Nu-Folk / Soft-pop track with a subtle drum beat and heartening, sincere melodies. Graceful, warm, hopeful.
Piano and light orchestra, a graceful, neo-classical track which will work well with many types of productions, including film / drama, personal stories and family movies, advertising, presentations and more. The music has a sense of grace and warmth.
Traditional jazz ballad. Jazz trio. Piano, upright bass, brush drums. Will work well for any documentary and movie projects about love, romantic feelings.
Not yet another old sounding recording from archive, this beautiful piece of music by P. Tchaikovsky was re-arranged and re-recorded with absolute realism that modern orchestral recording can give you. Conducted by Yuri Sazonoff.
Beautiful and wondrous arrangement of Saint-Saens famous work Aquarium, from the Carnival of the Animals suite. Arranged and recorded by David Hamilton.
Stylish and elegant, this romantic waltz glides along at an up-tempo pace. Piano and orchestra sweep along in a subtle galloping fashion which is emphasised later by short staccato strings enforcing the rhythmic nature of this track.