Drone, windchimes, metal rattles and wood flute in an earthy / earth / tribal track. Haunting, ominous, dark skies. Can be Native American, mid eastern / desert, south american / central america or other indigenous, aboriginal, tribe, primal.
Battle drums. Pounding percussion. A combination of orchestral percussion and ethnic / tribal drums. Suitable for battle, fight, chase, brawls and action scenes.
A hybrid orchestral track with a sense of evil and malevolence. Grows and increases throughout. Builds up to a climax around 01:35 and ends with some heavy pounding and a return to the original horror mystery piano motif.
Atmospheric, ambient, world / fantasy track with an African feel. Soft, deep and mystical. Available with or without African vocalizing, and with or without subtle jungle sound effects.
Live African drum ensemble (congas & bongos). By the Shabani Jabiri Bakari ensemble from Bagamoyo, Tanzania. Inspired by the Dance for the Zalamo tribe from coast area, what boys dance to after iniciations (a traditional tribal "coming of age" ritual).
Native American flute with primal, ethnic drums and dark, dissonant pads/layers make up this tribal/shamanic fire dance piece. The title states the mood pretty well. Use for docs, history, and many nature/travel scenes, or even mysteries.
A mystical and amazing track featuring full orchestra, choir and a solo female voice with a very exotic, foreign, strange and alluring tone, Dramatic and intense, the orchestra sweeps and swoops, whilst the voice provides a strange and unusual quality.
A mystical world / exotic track made with atmoshperic synths, epic drums and eastern native instruments. Dark / Hot / Foreboding. Can be ancient Africa or Middle East.
All live performed, genuine African drum ensemble. Recorded live in one take by the Shabani Jabiri Bakari ensemble from Bagamoyo, Tanzania. Bata means duck, and this piece is inspired by ducks. Congas, bongos.
An urgent and uneasy battle, fight, action or fantasy war track. Suitable for trailers, action sequences, war and conflict. Chanting choirs, battle drums, intense and determined orchestral stabs.
A cinematic soundtrack piece with a strong Arabic / Middle Eastern / Turkish / Egyptian feel. Persian, Arabian, Turkey, Egypt, exotic percussion, strings and woodwinds. Sweeping, epic, like an amazing journey to a far-away land.
Drone, windchimes and wood flute in an earthy / earth / tribal track. Ethnic, genuine, organic. Can be Native American, middle eastern / desert, south american / central america or other indigenous, aboriginal, tribe, primal.
A moderately excited, epic and rousing track featuring orchestra, percussion and choir. Marching, uplifting, soaring, triumphant. Good for film score / epic presentations / adventure / fantasy and more. Swashbuckling and victorious.
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.