An epic track with militaristic undertones. Staccato strings and low brass provide instant drive and rhythm. Brass melody is introduced and alongside male choir propels the track forwards. Orchestral snares add further rhythmic support.
A prominent bass pattern and snare drums produce a marching rhythm for the celebratory melodies from strings, brass, woodwind and percussion.
A grand and majestic track, emotional and sweeping with full orchestra and a beautiful chord progression, giving the track a larger-than-life, epic, regal feel. Victorious and celebratory, uplifting and soaring.
A very heroic, "grand entry", Hollywood style orchestral film soundtrack. Good for scenes of heroic display, grand entry of the savior or hero, the final victory and triumph over all. Heroic / Victorious / Grand / Triumphant.
A staccato, strong, film score, movie trailer type track, with a menacing, mechanical feel. Very dynamic, with multiple crescendi and heavy orchestral stabs. In Part B, a grinding, dirty rock guitar joins in the mayhem. Powerful stuff.
Symphonie fantastique, G minor, Op. 14 IV. Marche au supplice (March to the Scaffold), by Hector Berlioz.
Uplifting and inspirational corporate/business type track. Soaring and ever forward driving, this track carries a surge of energy and a sense of new heights and achievements. This feeling is strengthened as the track carries on.
A epic, grand, drama / trailer track. Brass and orchestra blast out while underpinned by layers of epic and rock percussion. Suitable for epic trailers, dramatic trailers, climactic scenes.
The Washington Post in F major, by John Philip Sousa. March.