World Music library for use in all media including Film and TV including music from Africa, Asia, Brazil and all over the world.

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      88 01:20

      A romantic mandolin-led track built around a simple theme developing into an epic orchestral climax.

      106 02:26

      This is a happy and joyful track composed with various ukeleles! The perfect track for advertising or commercials!

      117 03:18

      African song with lots of original instruments. Full arrangement with tribal choir. Perfect for your next travel project or documentary.

      125 01:23

      An africa themed orchestra piece with a flute playing a melody. Then the rythmic adventours drums and choir adds to the drive.

      120 01:32

      Angakkuq is the Inuktitut (Inuit language) name for their mystic shaman.

      140 01:55

      Inspired by traditional Arabic musical mood, this one is an exciting and epic royalty free instrumental composition with deep oriental strings, a passionate oud and groovy ethnic darbuka elements! Its magical and persuasive nature will be quite suitable for your middle east background video projects, travel videos, Arabian commercials and documentaries.

      80 02:07

      Instrumental music made for piano solo. The style is a mix between classical with strong influences from middle east and arabic culture. The mood is emotional but melancholic and the rhythm is calm, slow with dynamics and expressiveness. This music fits perfect for scenes with exotic topics, mostly from arabic culture, with important sentimental and emotional components.

      103 01:38

      Indian percussion and dreamy picked chords on the acoustic lap steel guitar with trance like backwards lap steel guitar parts. Nice Indian slide guitar lines. Great for mid east travel or lifestyle.

      80 01:31

      Island beach feel with warm ukulele melody, steel guitar and percussion.

      83 01:20

      1920s Hawaiian influenced track with bright slide guitar lines on the Dobro and strums from the ukulele.

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