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Versatile US artist Rob Laber is an experienced composer, arranger, orchestrator, producer, conductor, and multi-instrumentalist. He writes in a multitude of genres, including Dramatic, Orchestral, Latin, Jazz, Dance, New Age, RnB, Country, and Corporate, and he has a particular interest in creating vibrant, evocative World music. His work has appeared in TV, movies, hot commercials, recordings, and other unique media dramatizations. If you're looking for music that will take your project to the next level, check out Rob’s diverse catalog.



Genres for This Artist

Total Tracks: 156

Instrumental Tracks (154 Tracks) | Vocal Tracks (2) |
Music Genres For Rob Laber
Action | African | Americana | Asian | Brazilian | Childrens | Christmas | Circus | Classical | Comedy | Corporate | Country | Dance | Dangerous | Dramatic | East European | European | Horror | Indian | Jazz | Latin | Middle East | New Age | News | RnB | Spiritual | Sports | Themes | Tropical |



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MOSCOW CLUB BEAT - (by Rob Laber)  Year: 2010
Rob Laber The modern, youthful, Moscow club scene is depicted in this theme or dance track. Great for dynamic commercial or cinematic scene in any Eastern European city --particularly Moscow. Picture a popular dance club, the Russian Mob, the youth-drug culture, spies, or just a glass of vodka. It says Russia, Instrumental, East European, Russia
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - East European, Russia  
406808 1:08 Med Fast 132   


RED SQUARE (60 SEC) - (by Rob Laber)  Year: 2010
Rob Laber This march captures the essence of the mighty USSR era... its leaders, events, buildings and military parades. Picture the Kremlin in Soviet Russia; a Red Square parade with armies marching and rockets on trucks, or a army squad pulling up in front of an office building, or a troop train. Instrumental, East European, Russia
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
60sec - East European, Russia  
406806 1:03 Med Slow   


LENINGRAD - (by Rob Laber)  Year: 2007
Rob Laber Russia, the Kremlin, the Czars, Leningrad, Moscow, the KGB --This is dramatic, cinematic orchestral music evocative of old and new Russia. It is the music of official Russia-- the dark majesty and unique period of the Czars. It also evokes the time of Stalin, the Cold War, and on to modern times. Instrumental, East European, Russia
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Segue - East European, Russia  
245960 3:05 Medium 120   

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