Royalty Free World / Ethnic Music
Travel around the globe with our diverse selection of world and ethnic music. From Asian and Cajun to Indian and Latin, create a cultural feeling with these unique tracks. Perfect for adventure and travel programming, reality television and documentaries.
This track consists of four traditional Scottish folk songs arranged for accordion: Will Ye No Come Back Again?, Annie Laurie, Ye Banks and Braes and Skye Boat Song. Folksy, nostalgic and beautifully performed.
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A chilled-out, sultry Bollywood instrumental with sitar and tabla. This track carries with it an exotic and mystical vibe. Well suited for underscoring arid scenes of desert or foreign lands.
BPM 80: A loungy, soft, relaxing and sensual track. You can feel the sun, the beach and the sand. Bossa Nova style - Classical guitar, electronic bass, drums and percussion, Rhodes and glockenspiel round out the arrangement.
BPM 69: Marimba, xylophone, glockenspiel, bass, and female vocals create a beautiful and relaxed mood. This track evokes feelings of spirituality, nature and meditation. A versatile track suitable for many needs.
BPM 140: perfectly illustrates what can bring the mixture between Indian traditional sounds and modern electronic music. A kind of Trip-Hop updated from which emerges a feeling of serenity, ideal for moments of relaxation or to evoke images of nature, purity and clarity.
BPM 140: A gentle and light-hearted track with acoustic guitars, ukulele and accordion. Feel good with a touch of melancholy in the melody. Sweet, tender and bright.
BPM 120: A nice, easy Tex-Mex style track featuring accordion as the lead instrument with Mexican-style percussion. Perfect for southern travel scenes, commercial spots or any laid back music needs. Relaxed, fun and chill.
Calm, meditative, and mysterious. This track features Japanese folk music performed by two shakuhachi. This is great track for any period piece taking place in feudal Japan.
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Mournful, desolate and isolated. This track features Middle Eastern influenced vocals. An ambient piece full of anguish that ideal for dramatic, moody scenes.
BPM 85: An ethnic track featuring Kor and other various percussion instruments. The main Kora melody is played repeatedly and exudes a tribal and traditional feel. Cheerful, natural and cultural.
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.
BPM 100: This track is dramatic, upbeat and optimistic with moments of serene beauty. It conveys feelings of embarking on an incredible journey into the wild and unknown. Drums and timpani underscore a beautiful arrangement of flute, horns and strings.
BPM 88: A delicate and emotional piece with vibraphone, piano, melodica and percussions. Cinematic, gorgeous and intimate. Brings instant emotional impact to any project.
BPM 90: A traditional Afro-Cuban bolero quintet. Easy, breezy and laid back with a tasteful acoustic guitar lead. Bass, Cuban percussion, piano and guitar provide the rhythm. Romantic, sexy & tropical
BPM 134: An African, tribal music track with its primal rhythms played by groovy percussion and world strings instruments. Different, fun and sunny. This piece is well suited for educational or children's material.
BPM 95: Ethnic and choir voices are laid over a hip hop beat, with mellow acoustic guitars. Spiritual, elevating and dynamic. This piece can be used in spiritual or meditative contexts.
BPM 120: A lovely folk waltz played on traditional keyed fiddle. The piece starts with a solo fiddle, which is then joined by piano accordion, then by live violins. Spirited, festive, and delightful.
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BPM 180: A waltz with a French feel, using multi layered piano tracks with some strings and organ used sparingly to add texture. Evocative, dreamy, and sparkling. A great track for underscoring a period piece or content with powerful imagery like in a demo reel.
BPM 90: Ethnic harps and ambient effects set up an atmosphere of expectation and hints of foreign lands. The piece features taiko drums, a variety of percussion, engaging beats and orchestral basses. A great track to underscore tension in a scene.
BPM 120: Serious, apprehensive yet magical and majestic. This track features sweeping strings, steadily driving percussion and a haunting female vocal part. The ethereal vibe given by this piece suggest thoughts of epic journeys and righteous quests.