BPM 100: Swing fiddle texas style hoedown with a melodic fiddle lead and prominent slide guitar licks.
BPM 196: A happy and upbeat jazz groove. This track begins with a simple piano intro with some brush drums, but then brings in a driving bass line and accented trombone embellishments. The piece finally opens up into a traditional jazz ensemble arrangement.
A pretty little solo performed on classical piano. This track was written for a beautiful French girl and it conveys a sense of falling in love. Reflective, nostalgic and sentimental.
BPM 122: A gentle, feel good and positive track. Nice and smooth, this piece is a blend of acoustic and electronic instruments. Marimba, acoustic guitar, synths and drums round out the track nicely.
BPM 132: Upbeat, fun and playful. This simple track is easy on the ears and would work well for that new gadget advertisement. Light instrumental lines blend together with xylophone, piano and strings. Perfect for so many projects.
BPM 170: A daydreaming tender and mellow modern waltz piece. Elegant and romantic, with some Fellini inspiration. The piece evolves under a sustained crescendo. Piano, melodica, celesta, brass, double bass, electric and acoustic guitar, drums and minimal percussion fill out the arrangement.
BPM 165: A fun vintage-sounding jazz track. This track features a quartet of piano, guitar, bass & drums as the rhythm section, with tasteful clarinet and trumpet solos. A Tuba adds some fun to sections of the song!
BPM 140: A retro tune in a vintage 8 bit, chiptune style. This track is filled with fun, joy and style. Could fit any video game, and is well suited for projects for children, flash animation, comedic projects and more.
BPM 150: Seize the perfect day with this inspirational and motivational versatile background music. Featuring upbeat ukulele, uplifting glockenspiel and moments of sheer happiness. Optimistic and trendy in nature.
BPM 120: Light-hearted, easy-going and inquisitive. This track features light percussion, catchy clarinet melodies, and plucky rhythms. This piece communicates a sense of exploration and mischief at the same time.
BPM 150: This track as a real cinematic feel. A rhythmical orchestral pattern kicks the track off. Introduction of trumpets sets the tone with a triumphant feel. When choir and horns join, the focus moves to a more flowing reflective feel. Both playful and serious in parts.
BPM 110: Smooth and cute version of the popular lullaby. Easy, calm and peaceful. Ukulele arpeggios with mandolin, glockenspiel, and bells playing the melody over a bed of gentle string section and synth pad.
BPM 140: A light hearted circus feel in 3/4 time with a romantic middle section. Sweet, effervescent, and sparkling. This track works well for programming or content geared towards children.
BPM 123: A light orchestral piece with an upbeat adventurous mood. Features playful string, brass and woodwind melodies.
BPM 106: Happy and Energetic, this track has a youthful and sunny feel. A glockenspiel melody and layered pop electric guitars, it's the ultimate feel good song. Rhythmic claps with drums and bass. Motivating and Upbeat.
BPM 145: Adventurous, cinematic, and light. The piece features horn and violin melodies coupled with playful orchestral gestures and textures. This track would be well suited for underscoring fantasy/adventure content geared towards children.
BPM 95: An understated feel-good track with soft piano, violins and flowing rhythm. This delicate piece with fill the listener with feelings of positivity and hope. Well suited for any warm or uplifting scene in a project.
BPM 130: A fun, mid-tempo bluegrass track featuring banjo, mandolin and acoustic guitar leads. Dynamic, happy, joyful. This is a great track for programming featuring the country side or the south.
BPM 180: Fun, happy and jazzy. A delightful dialogue between a harp and a vibraphone followed by some Latin percussion and double bass. A sixties glamorous and sophisticated cocktail party feel is given off by this track!
BPM 120: A gentle and relaxing track that invokes the romantic side of picnics. Gentle pizzicato strings combine with calming harp and piano parts, supported by the double bass, glockenspiel and guiro.