Composer Toby Tune sits high on a mountaintop overlooking the Pacific Ocean from his home in Costa Rica, watching the eagles soar overhead and writing tunes in all genres. Not a bad gig! Of particular interest are his beautiful New Age tracks, as elegant and dreamy as a sunset and equally as relaxing. Toby's orchestral music is sometimes mellow and often fun and quirky. His music has been heard on HGTV and in Target commercials and documentaries, and he won best score in the New York International Film festival for "Doggie Adventure."
Toby Tune was winner in the Broadjam 6-Pack for 5 years in a row, and one of his songs was featured in Mad Men (Season 6 - Episode 4).
This piece, in the style of Philip Glass, is a quiet, peaceful mood with piano, organ and voices. It can be used as a passage of time element or a nostalgic piece. Very relaxing throughout. Instrumental, New Age Music, Contemporary Instrumental
Starting off with a backwards echo on ethereal chords, the lively percussion comes in and the groove begins. The main lead is a combination of panpipe,electric piano & some other things. The orchestral sound of strings and solo violin and a live upright bass, this piece is infectious. Instrumental, Pop Music, Pop Groove
The electronic melody starts off with a lite tinkling feel. It repeats this theme 5 times. Each time more instruments are added as the whole piece starts to build. Drums come in on the 4th round. Strings on the 2nd. More or less in the style of Philip Glass. Instrumental, Electronic Music, Progressive Electronic
Fun happy mood with xylophone and synth and moving percussion with a lot of start / stops. This festive instrumental is fitting for themes like traveling, vacation, parties, enjoyment, and more. Instrumental, Childrens Music, Childrens Instrumentals
Small orchestra recreating the genre' of Palm Court Music - usually a piano, violin and cello playing in a fancy hotel court in the 30's. Nice soothing music. Instrumental, Classical Music, Classical Miscellaneous
One Cicada can make a lot of noise. Hundreds can drive you nuts. They start at day break and stop at sunset. They have no navigational skills and at night they fly around and bump into things and land on their back. They do not have the ability to turn over so they just lay there. In Costa Rica. Insect Sound Effects, Cicadas