This is the second movement of the fourth Brandenburg Concerto. Much heavier and thoughtful than the previous movement, it carries with it a sad air. Flutes and strings are highly featured in this piece.
This is the third movement of the fifth Brandenburg Concerto. Lively, bright and bouncy. This track features a wonderful play between flute and strings. Harpsichord supports the two with an energetic line that avoids overpowering the melody.
This is the third movement of Beethoven's first piano concerto Opus 15. Fast, lively and cheerful. This track features rich melodies and harmonies that move with an urgent and exciting sway between the piano and string section.
A loud and lively short orchestral march. This boisterous and pompous piece is energetic and features a full orchestra including strings, winds and percussion. Well suited for conveying a patriotic tone.
This is the first movement of the first Brandenburg Concerto. This playful and lively Baroque music features a full orchestra including brass, woodwinds and strings. An elegant piece that would set the scene for any period project.
Slightly sad and somber but with a thoughtful, elegant touch. Reflective, tranquil, and romantic. This riveting track is sure to tug at the heart strings of listeners if used during an emotionally impactful scene.
This is the third movement of the sixth Brandenburg Concerto. Bouncy, rhythmic and playful. This Baroque composition features a warm and thick layering of string voices that come together for an incredibly pleasant arrangement.
This is the third movement of the third Brandenburg Concerto. Fast, lively and energetic. This Baroque composition features an agile and mobile string section great for emphasizing movement and excitement.
A very light and classical string quartet from George Frideric Handel (1685 – 1759). This track features a light and energetic melody. Perfect for underscoring images of pleasantries and wealth.