Suggested Production Type: Historical / Retro: 1920-1940's

Found 712 tracks

Robert Schumann, Bunte Blätter (Translation: Coloured Leaves), Op. 99, No. 1 in A Major. Performed live in studio by renowned concert pianist Vadim Chaimovich, exclusively for Shockwave-Sound.com. [Tempo: Slow, Medium]

Inspired by the works of big Hollywood movies, this piece brings superheroes to mind with its grand majestic brass. Evocative / Valiant / Rousing. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast / 90 BPM]

A very touching and poignant orchestral piece. Emotional, spiritual, heavenly. Grand orchestral sound, available with or without choir. The piece returns to the understated, heartening opening motif towards the end. Faith / Wonderment / Togetherness. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 67 BPM]

Feisty with southern-country charm, this fingerstyle acoustic guitar track invites you in like a great story. It’s a great example of early, country blues and played on a small framed guitar. Its quirky playfulness is easy to snap your fingers to and excellent for country cooking programs, comedies, dramas, folksy documentaries and period pieces. [Tempo: Medium / 84 BPM]

Rural, resolute and willful, this country blues is slow, drawn out – balancing between future hope and past pain. It’s sparse, slide resonator guitar arrangement is an excellent pairing for rural settings: dramas, reality and cooking shows. Resonator Slide / Delta Blues / Reflective / Prideful. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 60 BPM]

Unpolished and thoughtful, this country banjo track is brilliant for creating a sparse, rural feeling, conveying a down-home, Southern sentiment. This is a recording of a single banjo performance excellent for dramas, travel and cooking shows, and for media set in country environs. Pensive / Banjo / Back Porch. [Tempo: Medium / 82 BPM]

This track is recorded with a real live orchestra. Sweeping, dramatic theme invokes the ageless and timeless, presented in settings that are both intimate and imbued with grandeur. Good for drama, epic romance, sweeping landscapes, stories of uncommon love, and the passage of time. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 100 BPM]

A slowly evolving, optimistic, cinematic track, featuring simple harmonic plucks accompanied with catchy piano melody. Rising into an inspirational, epic track, featuring orchestra. [Tempo: Slow / 85 BPM]

This track was recorded with a real live orchestra. A strong thematic backdrop to a sweeping historical or emotional journey. Emotive themes unfold within this rich orchestration, punctuated by moments of intimacy. Suggestive of the passage of time, and the traversing of distance. Good for romance, historical drama, dramatic feature, epic scenes and large landscapes. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow, Medium]

This lonely, slide resonator guitar piece is the epitome of: No prospects, down on your luck, but you still got some pride and you’re still alive. It’s a recording of a single performance with no fixed meter (free time). This is great for country dramas with protagonists battling feelings of despair, loneliness, poverty, fruitless crops, and emotional turmoil. Also, this is excellent for drone shots or landscapes of large sweeps of country and nature. [Tempo: Slow / 64 BPM]

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