BPM 95: Bright mandolin riffs use a mix of traditional and modern rhythms. Energetic and heartfelt. Warm and thoughtful. Perfect for road music and conveying a sense of adventure and exploration.
BPM 97: A festive and modern track with bagpipes, accordion and fiddle. Engaging, lively and happy. This track exudes a sense of celebration!
BPM 120: Three traditional Irish jigs arranged for fiddle and accordion: 1) The Rakes of Kildare 2) The Irish Washerwoman 3) The Tenpenny Bit. Lively, joyful, engaging. This spirited track is great for communicating a sense of life and festivity.
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This piece has a 'military' mood with an Irish style. The track boasts a full symphonic orchestra along with acoustic guitar, bagpipe, and mandolin. Tense, suspenseful and riveting.
BPM 130: An uplifting, energetic track. Two building sections lead to a climax. The arrangement features bass, pop guitars, and electronic drums. This Irish themed tune is both dynamic and engaging.
BPM 110: A rhythmic, traditional Celtic jig with a nice, moving groove that features Celtic bodhran hand drum, bass, acoustic guitar and bouzouki. An accordion comes in for the last half of the song, providing a flowing accent to the rhythm.
A traditional English folk song melody arranged for solo piano. Nostalgic, gentle and pensive. This track is perfect for underscoring an emotional montage or character's reflection on their life for a narrative project.
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BPM 88: A lively, flowing solo piano with Scottish folk influences. The piano is joined by cello and ends with a slower, contemplative section. Elegant, delicate and light.
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Two traditional Irish reels played on solo fiddle. Lively, joyful and engaging. This spirited track will communicate a sense of culture and festivity in any project.
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BPM 116: An epic Celtic style track with female vocals, uilleann pipes, orchestra and big percussion. English vocals are present in the chorus. Uplifting, beautiful and graceful
A sentimental ballad featuring fiddle and whistle. This track carries a great sense of emotion and remembrance. Delicate, beautiful and poignant.
BPM 160: Fantasy, magical, mysterious, peaceful. This beautiful, soft, orchestral arrangement can be use for fantasy purposes as an ingame music or a background ambience for a movie score. Arrangement as a bit of a celstic style with an harp, shire whistle flute, jubal flute, string ensemble pizzicato, discrete bells on the background and soft percussion.
Cheerful, refined and celebratory. This fast tempo track is a modern Celtic dance. Features a dynamic fiddle, whistle and rhythmic beat.
BPM 100: An orchestral, contemporary, cinematic movie score with a dark, epic feel. Composed especially for visuals with suspense, anticipation and intense drama qualities. Punchy strings and groovy percussion make this underscore track well suited for TV and film.
BPM 120: A Celtic groove with a 'New-year party/St. Patrick's Day' vibe. The arrangement features: guitar, accordion, fiddle, Irish flute, mandolin, bass and drums. Joyful, celebratory and elegantly restrained.
BPM 90: A Celtic and orchestral arrangement of this folksong also called "O Waly, Waly". Acoustic piano, guitar, strings and Irish tin whistle (penny whistle) are used in this version. Emotional, grandioso and warm.
BPM 100: Bright mandolin, ukulele and fiddle riffs paired with a modern percussions beat. Energetic, driving and confident. Perfect for travel, adventure, exploration, nature, outdoors, expedition, fishing or hunting. Has a certain ethnic feel.
BPM 80: A medieval orchestral film score. Orchestral instruments such as strings and french horns are coupled with a boys choir vocals. Cinematic, uplifting, heartwarming and patriotic.
A traditional English 48-bar jig arranged for solo accordion. Folksy, festive and merry. This track sounds like it belongs in an old tavern where drinking was the name of the game.
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