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David Anstey (Indian Tracks)


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Canadian Composer David Anstey has been creating exceptional music for over 17 years, bringing us tracks in the Ambient, Electronic, Dramatic, and World genres, among others. His cool beats and intriguing ethnic rhythms can be heard in numerous TV shows and documentaries, including "No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain," "Miami Ink," "David Rocco's Dolce Vita," "Roig i Negre," "Coast," "Sex TV," and more. David's cinematic music and soundscapes are perfect for TV, Film, Documentaries, and other new media productions.



Genres for This Artist

Total Tracks: 23

Instrumental Tracks (23 Tracks) |
Music Genres For David Anstey
Corporate | Dangerous | Dramatic | Electronic | Indian | World Fusion |



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INDIA TREK - (by David Anstey)  Year: 2011
David Anstey Upbeat Indian, world music song with strong Indian percussion and gentle, melodic solos. Great for anything India, world music, travel, middle-eastern, Indian dance, bustling, rush, traffic, ethnic, adventure, local sites, city culture, Instrumental, Indian, Indian Dramatic
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Indian, Indian Dramatic
457951 3:15 Medium 120   

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ARTIST KEYWORDS: David Anstey, Ambient, Cinematic, World, Ethnic, Chill-out, Downbeat, Electronic, Space, Interstellar, Conspiracy, Drama, Dark, Spooky, Industry, Science, Landscapes, Subterranean, stock music tracks
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