Baroque

Baroque

Production music in the style of Baroque or influenced by the baroque music period. The baroque period was 1600 to 1750 which was followed by the Renaissance music era then Classical. Baroque musical compositions were very complex with many melody lines performed simultaneously giving the composers and musicians a chance to show off their skills.

112 02:42

Gentle and calm cello music, modernized. This is a re-imagination of the famous suite originally composed by Bach for cello.

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116 03:44

This is reproduction of the Concerto Grosso in G minor by Antonio Vivaldi originally composed sometime around 1720. It starts off slow(42 bpm) but, then picks up the tempo early on in the piece to (116 bpm). The instrumentation for the score is: two violins, first and second violins, first and second violas, cellos and double basses.

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130 01:08

This happy baroque track features strings playing pizzicato, written to a familiar rock progression. The style borders on New Acoustic or NuGrass, but without a strong cultural reference. It’s a safe and universal track with an upbeat feeling.

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130 01:06

Inspired by a common rock progression, this tune speaks to the grownup in the rock’n’roller. It’s comforting and familiar, a happy tune, yet upscale and elegant despite its rock’n’roll roots. It’s a piece for String Quintet and straddles the New Acoustic genre and Baroque.

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100 01:22

This track is perfect for cinematic productions! It’s a massive score with a huge anthemic chorus, a powerful and memorable piano hook, enormous drums, a whirlwind of strings, brass and horns, colossal sub-bass and various atmospheric elements.

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99 02:00

This classical/rock hybrid starts with baroque-style strings illustrating a classic rock chord progression, then evolves into a more assertive, contemporary sound. It’s familiar but different.

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