A HISTORY OF THE WORLD
Cinematic Royalty Free Music for Videos
Duration: 9:58 | Moods: Cinematic, Dramatic, Epic, Ambient, Classical
Description: An epic cinematic journey through a variety of emotional themes, magical, meditative, hopeful, mournful, melancholy. The tranquil smooth haunting strings are dreamy soft soothing and searching. Solo flutes with Asian and Middle Eastern styles are melancholic and mystical. The horns are poignant ambient with that classical orchestral sound. The tribal percussion with lyrical solo violin add captivating tension & ominous foreboding. The mellow solo flute is ethereal and peaceful. Beautiful female vocals & strong dramatic choir, with Tuvan Mongolian throat singing. Contemplative film score piano sound. Perfect for a Podcast Intro, Movie Trailer, Documentary, Video Game.
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If you use this music, please add the credits in your video. Music by Ricky Valadez
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