A gentle, Japanese inspired theme, designed purely for the earthy, meditative ambience it can give. Very airy with its use of bamboo flutes and very organic with its traditional percussion and chiming koto, it paints a picture of peaceful Asian culture and soothing thoughts. A great backdrop to anything needing gently rhythmic oriental soundscapes.
Japanese influenced world music track. A simple koto theme with light taiko drums and raindrop backing, enhanced by synth pads and various sound design elements. Peaceful and traditional, creating a gently cinematic mood of Asia.
Playful instrumental track in a Celtic/Mediaeval folk style. Alternating between celtic flute and fiddle passages, it has an authentic feel of a shindig from the Middle Ages, only giving a nod to more modern times with a rolling guitar theme. Unsurprisingly, the beat comes from a bodhran and tambourine and conjures up images of dance, drink and good times, only pausing for a more subdued and reflective mid section.
Asian world music track inspired by traditional Japanese culture. Mixing rich synth pads and textures with traditional instruments, harmonies and melodies, this is an unmistakeable slice of the Orient. Soothing and meditative, featuring a continuous running water backdrop, and rhythmically enhanced by taiko drums, risers and cymbals, it's a stable and gentle piece that offers a flavour of the East with a subtle ebb and flow to the intensity.
Light symphonic track reminiscent of fantasy quests and epic adventures. Sweeping strings, light woodwinds and glistening harp all play their part over a softly bouncing bed of string shorts, tremolos and rich brass passages. Great for any light-hearted and positive situation needing an uplifting and magical feel.
Acoustic medieval inspired track generating a fantasy vibe. It has a gentle 6/8 flow to give it a sense of dance and movement, and tries to keep its authenticity through the instrumentation; led by a (just about medieval) harpsichord, it's accompanied by simple beating percussion, harp, flute and maybe even a hint of hurdy-gurdy. If you're thinking of gentle fantasy folk from the Middle Ages, you're on the right track.