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.
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.
Moody, soft, warm and sultry -- a loving night time saxophone jazz track.
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.
A rich and soaring, but also restrained and tasteful, rendition of this popular piece of classical music composed by Mexican composer Manuel Ponce in 1912, Fragile and nostalgic, this pretty piece is still popular today.
Beautiful alto sax melodies set the scene in this wonderfully romantic track reminiscent of a ballad from a 1980s blockbuster movie soundtrack. Laid-back and comfortable, this confident piece is full of passion and desire.
Serene and peaceful, this ambient-styled piece is suited to scenes of beauty and magic. Might work well in scenes that require a sense of stillness of timelessness. Could also work in pastoral scenes, especially at night.
A grand, pastoral, orchestral track of amazement and wonder. Big orchestra sound, with or without choir. This track has a strong Fantasy / Enchanted feel. Angelic, fluttering, sweeping. Cinematic.
Traditional jazz ballad. Jazz trio. Piano, upright bass, brush drums. Will work well for any documentary and movie projects about love, romantic feelings.
A quirky and nostalgic, orchestral 1940's / 1950's pastiche with more than a hint of cheese. Perfect for ironic and comical underscores or vintage purposes.
A sweet and charming, somewhat naïve sounding vocal pop ballad, with a sense of simpler times, perhaps going back to the 1950's-1970's with the innocence and genuine hope for a better world. The lyrics are a pretty straightforward love song.
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.