Prominent Instrument: Ethnic percussion / Tribal drums

Found 1258 tracks

Japanese flavoured fantasy and adventure with a Shakuachi flute that would be great to use as 'trek music', with big landscape shots, travelling shots etc. It opens with a sense of wonder and magic, then the tempo increases as the music heads into the more adventurous section. [Tempo: Medium / 131 BPM]

This track features a traditional ethnic African ensemble. It has a dancelike tribal quality and is festive in nature. Great for documentaries, nature and cultural themes. [Tempo: Medium / 107 BPM]

Moody, vibrant, ethereal, exotic & lively eastern dramatic track with great tension & underlying sadness & hope.spacey ethnic strings combine with frantic percussion & vocal chants to produce a powerful brew with awesome middle-eastern flavour & rhythmic grace. Would suit documentary/news/cinematic project. [Tempo: Slow / 76 BPM]

Spacey, dreamy,ethereal, trancey, exotic, beaty,dancey track with and Indian / Arabian vibe to it. Ethnic percussion fuses with atmospheric vocal samples to form a groovy & hypnotic ethno-pop. [Tempo: Medium / 122 BPM]

Typical epic, battle combat short track. Good for animation. A super hero who saves life wiping off bad guys. Big drums and orchestral strings composition. [Tempo: Fast / 130 BPM]

This mainly orchestral track starts in a mystical way and then takes off into a dreamy landscape with plenty of melody, harmony and dynamics. The music is strong, emotional and also slightly dramatic. It’s a track that would fit ”the big screen”. [Tempo: Slow / 60 BPM]

Dizzy and light-headed latin music track. Features rock guitars and cheesy weird Farfisa organ sound from the 60's. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

Relaxing, pulsing, mid-tempo track, with a remarkable flute melody and bouncing percussion, this is the perfect mix between excitement and relaxation. Suitable for presentations, commercials and other productions that require a soothing and uplifting soundscape. [Tempo: Medium / 104 BPM]

A driving set of Irish traditional jigs, beginning with Morrison's, and leading into Out in the Ocean at 1:02 which is slightly more happy and upbeat in tone. Mandolin, fiddle, whistle and guitar play the opening, and when bodhran joins in at 0:31, you really get the feel for Irish traditional music - similar almost to Riverdance music. 100% live performance. This track has two titles because this is traditionally how many Irish pub tunes are performed, as a double set of short tunes, the first leading directly into the second. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 125 BPM]

Sensual and exotic jazz track with a Latin, South American or Tropical feel, featuring congas, percussion and trumpet. Hot, exotic with a feel of Salsa or Merengue. Sex in the City / Carnival / Latin street party. Brazil / Cuba / Chile, etc. Also, feel of Miami USA. [Tempo: Fast / 120 BPM]

Romantic Bossa Nova in the style of Antonio Carlos Jobim with simple, tender melody on acoustic guitar. A beautiful, enchanting track for any project in need of a latin/brazilian soundtrack. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 70 BPM]

Bouncy and feelgood latin track, with acoustic guitars, piano and percussion, with organ joining later. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

Pensive, tense underscore for thriller, horror or scifi. Electronic, strange noises, high twitchy strings, occasional reverberant percussion. Lurking danger. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

A weird and quirky track with ambient and tribal/ethnic influences. Slight jungle / tribe feel, mixed with cutting-edge, minimalistic urban and mechanical, even futuristic styles. A slapped bass groove, various textural and experimental sounds and swirley pads. [Tempo: Medium / 97 BPM]

Percussive, heartening, and with a touch of exoticism, this is a warm, mid-tempo jazzy track, with flutes, synths and organic percussion. Suitable for productions that require a heart-warming, yet somehow exciting backdrop. Great for commercials, features and shows with a touch of freshness and exhilaration. [Tempo: Medium / 112 BPM]

Epic and dramatic with many suspense and action sections. Strong and catchy melody. Orchestral with contemporary percussion grooves makes this piece very accessible and suitable to a huge range of productions and media applications. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 120 BPM]

A large and beautiful sounding, orchestral piece with lots ethnic percussions. Piano plays melody and later brasses and strings enter, as well as woodwinds. The music is emotional and cinematic, and there are plenty of dynamics. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 93 BPM]

Fast, heavy tribal beats and Chinese instruments and melodic flourishes characterize this exciting, action filled track. Great for thrillers or action scenes set in Asia. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 86 BPM]

Pulsating and pensive, film/TV-score. Combination of orchestral and electronic elements. A sense of danger, urgency, dire situations. Good for dramatic Reality-TV, film score, movie soundtrack, film trailer or game trailer. Dangerous situations, emergency, build-up to a confrontation or hostile encounter, etc. [Tempo: Fast / 76 BPM]

A fresh sounding mariachi band style composition featuring trumpets, male chanting and caribbean percussion. Fun and evocative of Mexico and the surrounding Hispanic carribean. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 180 BPM]

Mysterious / Mystical sound of India or the Orient / Middle East. Sitar and flute over Eastern percussion. [Tempo: Slow / 120 BPM]

Two different, short versions of the famous March from The Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky. One has a traditional orchestral sound, the other is a 'hip remix'. Great for things like a Christmas theme on a web site etc. Trad./Arr: Jason Livesay [Tempo: Fast / 132 BPM]

A sneaky and creepy semi-orchestral soundtrack piece. Twitchy and nervous strings, scattered piano notes, metal clanks, subtle pulsating rhythms. Suitable for horror/scifi as well as for documentary, forensics, murder investigation etc. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 96 BPM]

A sweet, upbeat, uplifting and fresh Pop / Dance track with a youthful, summerly feel and a slight Tropical / Island influence. Catchy and fun. [Tempo: Medium / 114 BPM]

A piece with both Middle-Eastern and Native American influences. Choir gives a sense of awe and mystery, broken by tribal drums and fluttering woodwinds. [Tempo: Medium / 109 BPM]

A light fun, groovey track with lots of retro organ, clavinet & slow brass lines. The mid section has a latin flavoured breakdown with syncopated piano and brass. Would suit light hearted comedy/retro spoof projects. [Tempo: Medium / 71 BPM]

A slow sorrowful introduction intensifies into a haunting cadence, interrupted by a bold and busy string and brass orchestra playing a hypnotic and rhythmic ostinato that modulates to an exciting climax. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 113 BPM]

Tense, dark, foreboding World / Ethnic. Pensive and anxious. Tribal, ancient feel. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 65 BPM]

A brooding and dark feeling soundtrack with an emotive undertone. Features violon, cello and piano, and has a distant Asian influence. [Tempo: Slow / 109 BPM]

"Arabian Nights" and "1001 Nights" inspired piece featuring orchestral and middle eastern instruments. Spooky and dramatic, but still suitable for a childrens production. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 140 BPM]

Is this business as usual or a front for an illegal operation? Suspenseful underscore, featuring odd-meter orchestral/electronic rhythmic vamp which gives the feeling of a working process, but at the same time of mischief, something not-quite-right. Good for mystery films and documentaries on crime. Key of D, 104 bpm. [Tempo: Slow / 103 BPM]

A dark and powerful Action / Suspense / Thriller soundtrack featuring a full orchestra sound combined with edgy synth textures. The track weaves in and out of danger/tension parts and all-out desperate fight/chase parts. A very edgy track, with a dark side. Epic and massive. Electronic percussion joins in around the middle point. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast / 70 BPM]

A frantic, percussion driven music track for a chase, battle or fight scene. Highly suitable for trailer, game, thriller or action film. Horn stabs and staccato, dissonant string stabs with busy percussion. In addition to the regular version, there is also an alternative mix with only the percussion. [Tempo: Fast / 147 BPM]

Traditional Indian instruments combine with an electronic flair to create this adventurous, grooving Middle Eastern piece. [Tempo: Medium / 104 BPM]

A strong Chacarera ( Argentina Folk Music) with all the drive of the farms and the tradition of the gauchos of the pampa in Argentina. Ideal for use with travel images, field landscapes, and cultural documentaries. 100% authentic & live performed. No computers, no samples. [Tempo: Medium / 110 BPM]

Take a deep breath and relax with this soothing acoustic pop track inspired by nature and the outdoors. A gentle piano motif starts the piece, and then a rhythmic pattern comes in, followed by harps and calm guitars. [Tempo: Slow / 86 BPM]

Uplifting, hypnotic and very motivated african percussive track with kalimba, choir vocals and plenty of driving african rhythms. Very groovey and energised. [Tempo: Fast / 150 BPM]

This track has an elegant mix of instruments & an atmospheric, dreamy mood. Electric guitar with Piano & smooth synthesizer stylings propelled by an ever changing pulse of congas. Mellow, pensive, uplifting, reflective, warm & sentimental. [Tempo: Slow / 80 BPM]

A majestic and reflective, cinematic pop soundtrack with big room drums, soft synths, and emotional piano leads. Raw, Dramatic, Powerful, Regal. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 77 BPM]

Easy-going, downtempo background track with a smooth lounge feel. Suitable as background music for many types of media productions. [Tempo: Slow / 88 BPM]

Middle eastern, Indian and Egyptian sounds are fused in this modern remix-style track, which includes fresh beats and organic sounds in fusion. [Tempo: Medium / 116 BPM]

Funky bassline, rich rhodes cool strings and infectious groove bring a sophisticated deep house piece with that club feel. [Tempo: Medium / 122 BPM]

Orchestra with interesting guitar and synth layers. Music grows to an epic ending. Would be great for a modern suspenseful film, or a trailer or promo. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast / 130 BPM]

This exotic and pulsating track combines ethnic / traditional Middle Eastern / Persian /Arabic instrument with a modern, urban beat. A cool fusion of styles, perhaps conveying the vibrancy of an Eastern city, or Eastern youth movement. Sensual, hot, full-on Persian / Mid East flavors. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 80 BPM]

Drone, shakers / rattles and wood flute in an earthy / earth / tribal track. Ethnic, genuine, organic. Can be Native American, middle eastern / desert, south american / central america or other indigenous, aboriginal, tribe, primal. Also available in two sub-mixes: One with only the flute by itself, and one without the flute, leaving only the drone and windchimes; great for media underscore use. Mysticism / mystical / ancient / cultural / historical / world heritage. [Tempo: Slow]

Light ambient, floating and atmospheric world / Africa track. Deep mystery, beautiful scenery, hidden secrets. Available with or without various African vocals. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 90 BPM]

An evil, Far East / Oriental style 'bad guy' theme that moves slowly, but threateningly to create a sense of anxiety. The Erhu is backed by a deep chanting male choir, drums and tense strings. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

Take equal measures of electronica and downtempo hip-hop, add a slight element of contemporary african pop, and you end up with this catchy and groovy chillout track featuring hip-hop style drums, electronica style synth arpeggios and African flavored marimbas. There is also an alternative version called "Natural Mix". This one is without the hip-hop influenced drums and a more ambient / nature or prehistoric feel; good for background use. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 100 BPM]

A little bit spooky but mostly playful, this TV/film score track has a "sneaky" feel and is a bit cheeky. Like little detective, or someone planning a prank, perhaps. A little bit similar to some of the music in Desperate Housewives. Tip-toe'ing. [Tempo: Medium / 95 BPM]

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