|Track Name||Length||Usage Status|
|This little ditty is a real toe-tapping, high-energy techno romp. Definitely would not be out of place on the dancefloor and could be used as background music for any type of video scene where the producer is trying to convey a sense of action, movement, excitement or just general high spirits! Composed by Stephen Burns. [ More peppy production music].|
|Java Guitar / 1:53||1 credit||01-Feb-13|
|Bass, organ and percussion build to accompany relaxed acoustic guitar progression. Suggested for leisurely holiday scenes, vacation montages, restful images, holiday poolside settings, coffee shops, light dinner music, underscoring of narration, public service announcements. Key of D, 120 beats/min beach water sports surf sand sun sunlight tan tanning volleyball BBQ barbecue party frat kegger spring break... Composed by Rick Dickert. [ Preview more smooth music].|
|Growing Up / 3:03||1 credit||17-Dec-14|
|Nostalgic, heartfelt, "triumph of the human spirtit". This is one of those compositions which typically might be used at the end of the film as a kind of summing up or winding up of an inspirational story which has ups and downs but finally results in a happy resolution for the main character and his group of family and/or friends. Composed by FULLSCORE. [Find more sentimental music]. |
|Cheerful and bouncy jazz organ groove with percolating synthesizers. An energetic get-up-and-go piece which could make good background music accompaniment for video scenes featuring sports, dancing or other active subjects. Composed by Noisy Oyster. [Look for similar cheerful compositions].|
|Gentle, like the embrace of the wind. A calming flute melody enveloped with flowing orchestral strings and piano. Perfect background music accompaniment for dramatic topics focussed on romance, marriage, family reunion and togetherness. Composed by Enrico Altavilla. [Find more piano-based music]. |
|The Salsa Trumpet||1:38||1 credit|
|As the name describes, it is not only a Salsa soundtrack. It combines also some melodic trumpet lines along with a beautiful bass line and an uplifting rhythm. It can be used as a part of a video background, web site background music or in a video scene of a lounge. Composed by Mike Vekris. [Listen to more jazzy music].|
|Rainy Sunday||3:28||1 credit|
|Solo acoustic guitar ballad. Reflective, thoughtful. Suitable for drama and more. Serious, invites reflection and insight. Slow tempo, contemplative mood, great for backgrounds. Tempo: 100 bpm. Composed by Aleksandra Siemieniuk. [Get more calm music].|
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