RFCM Symphony Orchestra brings us an amazing library of over 700 Classical pieces conducted by the world-renowned Keith J. Salmon. From brilliant choral works to world-famous operas, their catalog features all of the classics from legends like Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Vivaldi, Strauss, and Wagner, performed by top-notch symphony orchestras. With music featured worldwide in Film, TV, Documentaries, Commercials, Video Games, and Multimedia, RFCM is second to none when it comes to Classical production music!
A fanfare celebration with joyous choir in this famous work. Beautiful and dramtic orchestral and choral. Gloria, a joyful hymn of praise and supplication, and its opening phrases have their origins in the song of the angels found in the bible. Mixed Vocals, Christmas Music, Christmas Orchestral Vocal, Antonio Vivaldi
The Flower Duet from the opera Lakme. This is the most familiar music from the opera because of its use in advertisements. Classical, Stirring, Vocals, Rousing, Majestic, and Touching. Magnificent, heartwarming and romantic. Female Vocals, Classical Music, Classical Opera, Leo Delibes
From Puccini's opera, Gianni Schicchi, in which the soprano begs her Babbo (Daddy) to let her marry her boyfriend. If not, she will throw herself in the river. NOTE: Licensable for commercial use in US only, until 2040. Female Vocals, Classical Music, Classical Opera, Giacomo Puccini
Symphonic orchestral opera with full Italian vocals. After an epic, fast and intricate opening, this leads into the popular theme. Bold, brilliant, exciting, and ultra dramatic! Wonderful, rousing and memorable. Mixed Vocals, Classical Music, Romantic Period, Giuseppe Verdi
Pavane is a slow processional dance common in Europe during the 16th century. This orchestral work & chorale ebbs and flows from a series of harmonic and melodic climaxes invoking a haunting elegance. A heavenly choir & lyrics present a lighthearted fare perfect for romance or historic documentary. Mixed Vocals, Classical Music, Romantic Period, Gabriel Faure
Aria from Barber of Seville, used in many movies and cartoons, including a classic starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. Associated with the familiar cry "Figaro, Figaro, Figaro." Male Vocals, Classical Music, Romantic Period, Gioacchino Rossini
Traditional English song, orchestral arrangement. Charles Parry set Blake’s Preface to Milton to music for a rally of the “Fight for the Right” movement in Queen’s Hall. It became more generally known as “Jerusalem” when Parry conducted it in 1918 at a concert. Mixed Vocals, Spiritual Music, Inspirational, C.H.H. Parry