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Pawel Betley (Rock Tracks)


Home: Warszawa, Mazowieckie Poland   

Polish Composer Pawel Betley has been involved in over 900 commercial product campaigns during his 20 years in the production music field. From advertisements and TV show themes, to film scores and studio albums, he has been involved in nearly every facet of the music business. A talented multi-instrumentalist, Pawel's primary instruments are the piano and flute, but he is also very skilled on the drums, bass guitar, Irish reed, frame drum, darbuka, and Celtic harp. With dynamic tracks in the Dramatic, Jazz, and Ethnic genres, Pawel's music is sure to make your production shine.


Pawel Betley composed music for the films "Anger" (1998) and "Execution" (2000), as well as themes for the TV series "Talki z reszta" (2004) and the sitcom "Faceci do wziecia" (2006). Additional credits include "Chopin On The Five Continents" (Project ranked 5th on the World Music Charts), "Yazcite" Tartar Music (Received front cover story on Nazar Look Feb. 2011), "Wspomnienie" (Song with over 1.5 million hits on YouTube), "Dzisiaj z Belteyem" (Christmas Carol Collection with famous jazz singer Anna Maria Jopek; 1999). Pawel also composed music for 15 theatrical performances and TV theatre spectacles. He currently plays in Maria Pomianowska's music-of-old band, breathing new life into works from forgotten composers.



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Total Tracks: 182

Instrumental Tracks (145 Tracks) | Vocal Tracks (37) |
Music Genres For Pawel Betley
Action | Cartoon | Childrens | Christmas | Classical | Comedy | Corporate | Dangerous | Dramatic | East European | Electronic | Jazz | Latin | News | Pop | RnB | Rock | Themes | Tropical |



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