BPM 110: Zombies slowly moving in a Latin tango dance. Funny and sarcastic track with a feel of danger. Good for a joyful flash video games, Halloween or any comedy film or cartoon for kids. Brass instruments, keyboards, drums, bass, accordion and acoustic percussion.
BPM 110: Playful track with a harp and woodwind intro sweeping into a delightful orchestral arrangement full of playfulness and fun. Laid back swing to it and a sense of trust ending in a kalimba and harp duet.
BPM 125: This is a cheerful and peppy bluegrass track with a two-step drum beat that will make you want to get up and dance! Banjo, acoustic bluegrass guitar and mandolin take turns playing lead, providing a fun, happy and positive mood. Think Saturday night at the ho-down!
BPM 111: Lighthearted, playful and sweet, featuring ukelele, guitar, glockenspiel. Acoustic, bouncy, carefree, feel good, folksy, happy.
BPM 140: Happy, busy and exciting. The orchestral piece describes a busy afternoon in a harbor. Excellent for trailers. Vivacious, lively, uplifting.
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BPM 120: Groovy, positive track with live bass, electric guitars and catchy tune played by acoustic piano. For corporate project, commercial advertisement, animation, comedy film. Loops contain underscore version with melody too.
BPM 133: An emotional, tear-jerker with hopeful undertones. Acoustic guitar, solo piano and orchestral strings. Sad, gentle, moving and inspirational. Great for PSAs, charity ads and documentaries.
BPM 132: A curious and playful orchestral track with pizzicato strings and woodwind melodies. This track has the feel of romantic comedies and that suburban housewife thing...
BPM 120: 8bit inspired chiptune with modern sounds. Good for funny racing and arcade computer and mobile video games. Funny and groovy.
BPM 100: Intrigue, fun, passion. An inspiring contemporary piece close to the imaginary worlds of Tim Burton and Erik Satie. Piano, brass, celesta, strings and Tibetan quartz bowl.
BPM 75: Main title orchestral music for comedy or even drama film. Minimalistic orchestral approach with piano and a few modern synth techniques. Starts sparingly as an underscore and then building to a big climax which melts softly in the end.
BPM 130: A pure, up-tempo bluegrass track featuring alternating leads of mandolin, fiddle and banjo. A happy, dancing "feel good" track.
BPM 86: A positive, uplifting, and inspiring track. Mallet percussion, modern beats, piano, flowing strings, acoustic and electric guitars evoke innocence, nostalgia, warmth, joy, and a spirit of adventure.
BPM 89: A lighthearted orchestral track with a playful and inquisitive nature. The celeste, bassoon, clarinet and various percussion instruments combine to create an ideal backdrop for moments of expectation, anticipation and wonder. Also good for Christmas-themed visuals, and elements of the unknown within game shows.
traditional American folksong tune played on solo fiddle
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lively, traditional hoe-down tune played on solo fiddle
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BPM 145: A fun, organic and acoustic rock track with nothing but live elements. Including acoustic guitars, bass, rhodes, drums and percussion. Very joyful, young and fresh. Perfect for TV ads and kid/teenage-oriented material.
BPM 100: Minimalist interpretation. A very popular singing game, nursery rhyme, and children song. Published in 1820 as "Es fuhr ein Bau'r ins Holz,", the song was originally a courtship game with a farmer innocently choosing a wife.