Edvard Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 in B minor, Op. 46: 2. Death of Ase (Ases Death).
A deep, emotive, World / Ethnic / Ancient earth type track with sorrowful strings, mystical ethnic elements. A steady, ethnic beat provides a nerve and a tension. Elements of dark and despair combines with hope and determination.
Live vocal performance of the traditional Hosaana / Hoshana with Hebrew ethnic choir and instrumentation. In Judaism, Hoshana is a Hebrew word meaning please save or save now. In Jewish liturgy, the word is applied specifically to the Hoshana Service
Serious, tense and ominous, orchestral film soundtrack track that develops in to dark, mean, conflict-laden and tense high-tech soundtrack. Featuring a full orchestral sound over electronic and industrial drum tracks.
A rousing and soaring cinematic track with a full orchestral sound. Ranges from the pompous and determined, to a sweeping and beautiful passage, into a reflective and fragile end section.
A passionate, emotional, hybrid orchestral track, with a triumphant and heroic sound, but also with an underlying sadness and a sense of sacrifice. Film, trailers, and interactive media.
Emotional strings set the mood for this track. Big hits sound distant yet powerful. Bit-crushed, mechanical sounding drums. Violent, dramatic, epic, futuristic. For epic trailers, sci-fi, scenes of rising armies. Also for sports / achievement / grit.
A dark tense track featuring a low drone and an uncomfortable rhythmic pattern. The vibe is very sad as if you are standing in Hiroshima or Nagasaki the day after THE BOMB was dropped a barren desolate landscape. Total loss and destruction.