"Cinematic music" is a term that refers to music written specifically for film or other visual media. It encompasses a wide range of styles, including orchestral, electronic, and experimental music, and is designed to enhance the emotional impact of the visual images on screen. Cinematic music can be used for a variety of purposes in a film, such as setting the mood, creating tension, and highlighting important moments. It often incorporates elements of classical, popular and ethnic music. The music is composed to match the pace of the scene and support the overall narrative of the film.

Cinematic music can also refer to music which is inspired by the sound and feel of film scores and soundtracks, even if it is not written specifically for a film. It can be used in a variety of contexts, such as in video games, television shows, and advertising. It is widely used to create an emotional and immersive experience that can be used to tell a story and create a feeling of a different world.

Free Cinematic music

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Psychedelic, surreal synth instrumental
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A tense, mysterious one-minute suspense cue for two violins and synths.
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Soft dreamy Music with Piano, Strings, Duduk, Synthesizer Plucks and Epic Percussion. Ideal for Travel, Nature, Film, TV and Social Media.
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A cool but edgy nocturne for jazz trio (tenor sax, electric piano, and upright bass).
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An uptempo fugue in a minor key for brass quartet (2 trumpets, French horn, and trombone).
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An electronic Sci-fi piece, in which successive melodic layers are added on top of a recurring bass line.
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A short, uplifting piece for solo trumpet and string orchestra.
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Upbeat tune. Piano, bass, strings and drums.
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Gentle melancholic Music to dream to.
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Dramatic electronic, guitar, strings sound.
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From the dark, dream-like musings of a Spanish guitar to a fierce, electric-guitar driven cha cha, this track enacts a traveler’s eponymous "Waking Up In Mexico City".
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A dark, intense piece for full orchestra. Structured A-B-A', where the A sections are slow and dramatic, and the B section is a full-blown symphonic fugue. The piece was originally composed to be played in the background to the following spoken voice excerpt from my symphonic monologue, "Vox Nihili: The...
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Electronic percussion and synths combine to capture the mystery and suspense of following Lewis Carroll's White Rabbit into Wonderland.