New York City-based Western Horizon Productions composes some of the scariest orchestral music available for Dramatic Film or TV underscore, cues, interludes, or intense video games. With fanfare and dramatic flourishes, Western Horizon's music could add the raw hot excitement your next project craves. So fasten your seatbelt and take a bone-chilling ride!
This song, which is in the traditional Dixieland style, was initially recorded by The Original Dixieland Jazz Band in 1917 and went on to become the first million-selling record in history... Instrumental, Themes, Street Music
The trio section from Edward Elgar's March No. 1 in D Major is called Pomp and Circumstance in America and is often used at graduations... this version is for full orchestra, Instrumental, Themes, Graduation Music, Edward Elgar
The Happy Birthday song that everyone knows is finally free of copyright... this sultry, smokey, sexy arrangement for big band with strings features a muted trumpet... Instrumental, Themes, Birthday Music
This is music that will lift your spirit and put a smile on your face... An upbeat, happy tune in the style of the Chieftains featuring fiddle, whistles, bodhran, uilleann pipes, concertina and hammered dulcimer. Instrumental, European, Ireland
The Wedding March is one of the most famous parts of Felix Mendelssohn's suite for the play "A Midsummer's Night Dream"... This pipe organ rendition covers the music most commonly used as a recessional at weddings in western countries. Instrumental, Themes, Wedding Music, Felix Mendelssohn
"Here Comes The Bride" a standard performed as a processional at many weddings is actually taken from Richard Wagner's Bridal Chorus from the opera Lohengrin... this track is a rendition on pipe organ, Instrumental, Themes, Wedding Music, Richard Wagner