Similar music to Jolly Good, Captain by Alexander Nakarada
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A fantasy piece in the celtic genre. Lots of beautiful melodies! Works as background music for most epic things. Both in games, film and other content.
Uplifting, positive, motivational and inspiring track with an ethnic vibe (south Asia) made with epic orchestra, epic drums and more. The track is suitable for all kinds of travel/journey based projects.
Someone is running away from someone else/something. Good things happen, bad things happen. Let’s hope it works out..
African-inspired orchestral piece. Really happy and percussive. Umoja is more like a hybrid of world music and cinematic music. There’s no overflow of this hybrid genre in the world, even though it’s really cool. If your content is epic, and located in these parts of the world - go for Umoja!
Celtic fantasy piece with so much melody it’s hard to comprehend. You could put this on top of footage of grass growing, and it would still make it epic.
One of my more classical pieces. Not too dramatic, but really fun! The thing about classical music is all the changes in feeling and mood, and this piece definitely has that.
Cinematic piece with lots of diversity. Very mysterious at times, and filled with flowing strings and harmony. Changes an awful amount of times, and the ending is just completely different. Parts can be cut out if you want single parts only.
From the album “Fjörður”. A celtic-inspired piece, with lots of melody and diversity. This is perfect background music for most things. Melodic fantasy music like this has a very soothing effect on people. Very effective to engage your audience. No person in the world hates this kind of music.
Written for a children’s theater. A happy and joyful piece to start of your story.
Driving down “Route XX” somewhere in the desert. There’s a chance you’re escaping something… This.
We’ve plundered enough for today. Now we feast!A viking/celtic piece with much tension. Even though it’s sort of beautiful it’s still very dark and creepy. Probably because when the feast begins it’s a lot of joy and fun, but the hell breaks loose again tomorrow…