Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus is a work for harp and string orchestra by Ralph Vaughan Williams. The composition is based on the folk tune "Dives and Lazarus", one of the folk songs quoted in Vaughan Williams' English Folk Song Suite. Very Beautiful and expressive.
A strong, Hollywood style, orchestral theme. Complex orchestrations. Adventure and discovery. New adventures, new possibilities. Excitement, promise of things to come. Great as film soundtrack to a family movie.
A short, strong, cinematic introductory theme led by guitar and piano and accompanied by orchestra. Perfect accompaniment to a cinematic company logo or emblem soundtrack. Features a big orchestral sound, evocative of expensive cinematic film productions. Good for cinematic or corporate use - can al...
Extremely violent track with top class Hollywood orchestration. You can imagine, Dinosaur Chase, demonic possessions, horror stalking, horror chase, serial killers, psychopaths, Scfi-fi scenes, UFO, Aliens, strange creatures, ghosts, weird things. In the manner of the John Williams's Jurassic Park
Ethereal delicate composition for grand piano, and accompanied by orchestral strings & ambient pads & sounds. Soft, lush, relaxing and moving, this will add a touch of class to your production and create a moment of serene calm in a world which can move too fast.
Beautiful and romantic, it sounds l...
Epic, widescreen large scope cinematic trailer suitable for that blockbuster movie. Featuring deep resonating impacts, hybrid risers and huge, stunning crescendos - a huge orchestra in the style of Hans Zimmer builds tension & drama in a production worthy of soundtracking epic films such as Inceptio...
Dramatic symphonic Dubstep & orchestral crossover - perfect for modern film trailers, commercials & corporate use.
Combines contemporary Dubstep elements with a full classical symphony orchestra. Spectacularly big & monstrous, it carries a huge emotional weight, and a driving, menacing purpose.
Delicately haunting, slowly building epic soundtrack for piano & full orchestra. Slow, dark and full of symphonic tension, It sounds a little like Hans Zimmer, & the theme to the movie '28 days later'. Creeping, menacing & brooding, it is also beautiful & gentle.
A classic country and western style theme â€“ perfect for cowboy (and cowgirl) movies, spoofs, montages and anything which needs to quickly and simply convey the theme of historic Wild West America.
Reminiscent of the timeless old cool and classy Spaghetti westerns films with Clint Eastwood,...
Beautiful and fun with pizzicato strings triumphant percussion and woodwinds, this track invokes excitement and wonderment. Picture a character running across a field on a beautiful day full of excitement and achievement!
Dark, ominous beautiful and explosive: this track has everything you would need for a epic movie trailer about war, horror, evil or even an indie drama. It begins with thumping percussion that resembles a heartbeat with legato strings and triumphantly builds up and ends with a THUNDEROUS crescendo.
Full Symphony Orchestra-Very Dark and sinister. Appropriate for scenes of scheming and planning something evil and dangerous, like manipulation, assassination, war documentaries, tactical command forces, commandos, green berets, Delta force, works well on black and white documentary videos.
Full Symphony orchestra and Choir. Great action adventure track with many beats and very big orchestration. Screaming low and high brass. If you need action adventure cue with memorable themes this one can help your picture. In the style of James Newton Howard, Hans Zimmer and Alan Silvestri.
Full Symphony Orchestra. Very dramatic track. Appropriate for big, new love, romantic separation, Love Story, Human suffering, poetic, Life Evaluating, big change, documentaries, WW2. Very close to the sound of John Williams's Schindler 's List with Sad and Epic culmination moments