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Romantic and soft melody of the piano and violin which is combined with the orchestra. Great for romantic wedding videos, Valentine's Day, presentations, business, corporate, documentaries, tutorials, time lapse, commercial trailers, tv jingles, drama tv show, history, education, cinematic soundtrack, film. Instruments: piano, drums, violins, strings.
Easy, relaxed and fantasy track made with gentle harp, mallets and more.
Motivational, emotional and soft track made with mallets, piano, orchestra and more. Suitable as a relaxed music background for various types of commercials, advertisements and more.
Depression: A subject that hardly anyone is still talking about and yet it has become a serious and recognised disease - a disease that affects many and more people. I know a lot of people affected, the ups and downs, the mood swings, sometimes very happy, sometimes sad, without knowing the reason. I have dealt with this topic in the song "Depression". A song that leads musically through these ups and downs with piano, violin and cello, sometimes faster and sometimes slower.
Nothing but good, wholesome instruments here. None of those dirty electric guitars, synths, drum kits, harps, sackbuts, or pipe organs. Heh, organs. Relaxing and calm cinematic music with few big changes. Very steady mood and emotion. Use as background music!
A relaxed guitar and strings piece for the denouement of a story or exposition of the scenic outdoors. The guitar is peaceful as the strings gently build in prominence. The tempo is regular overall, but slows down in key moments to build a sense of tranquility.
An alternative version to the epic track “Rise Again”. Less orchestra in this one. Still very melodic, interesting and mysterious.
Pachelbel's Canon in D Major. Bass continuo with three violins. Harp duet doubling the parts.