Orchestral Ensemble

Orchestral Ensemble

Orchestral compositions by award winning composers. A beautiful collection of orchestral music for film, TV and documentaries. Bring your production to life with real orchestral instruments played by professional musicians.

115 03:28

An orchestral track with epic as well as lyrical elements, with flute, oboe and harpsichord parts giving a medieval-renaissance feeling.

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140 01:00

Rhythmic, epic, cinematic music track with big groovy percussion, strings, big brass and synth drones and effects.

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110 01:54

Cinematic and epic orchestral music for video, film, movie, trailer and advertising. The positive and patriotic mood of this track gives you inspiration for new achievements and heights. Starting with soft piano and strings then builds up high tension with big brass, percussion and synths.

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58 03:08

A very lyrical cello melody with piano and strings background, creating a soft and romantic atmosphere.

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98 02:33

An inspiring and elegant melody featuring beautiful Piano, strings and magic chimes. Ideal as a background for wedding videos, love stories, Valentine’s day and romantic videos or peaceful and nostalgic productions.

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120 02:08

Dive into the epicness of the orchestral fanfare. Available at your fingertips for any Action, Apocalyptic or Fantasy genre of movie/game.

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166 01:10

This pleasant and pure orchestral track is part Americana, part classical waltz. Organic, authentic, pure, and singable melodies. Perfect for documentaries, intro themes, TV, film, and all media.

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60 02:00

A dramatic, foreboding cinematic theme with sad orchestral strings and an emotive violin melody, ideal for dramas, trailers, war scenes or historical documentaries.

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64 01:13

This is a short track I composed for a romantic movie scene set in 19th century Victorian England. Exciting and elevating strings bring emotional climax and feelings of mutual love and happiness.

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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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