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DESERT JOURNEY - (by Somatiq Audio)  Year: 2009
Somatiq Audio Epic cue with Middle Eastern instruments, percussion and orchestral strings. Mysterious melodies play over deep pads, dumbek and electronic beats. Moving, wondrous, and adventurous. Good for corporate, and travel programming. Instrumental, World Fusion, Mid-East World Fusion
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - World Fusion, Mid-East World Fusion
489812 1:54 Med Slow 96   
Variation A - World Fusion, Mid-East World Fusion
489811 1:54 Med Slow 96   
Variation B - World Fusion, Mid-East World Fusion
489810 1:54 Medium 128   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Desert Journey - No Melody
Catalog ID: 489811  ISRC: US5UL1140634
Description: Epic cue with Middle Eastern instruments, percussion and orchestral strings. Mysterious melodies play over deep pads, dumbek and electronic beats. Moving, wondrous, and adventurous. Good for corporate, and travel programming.

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Artist or Group: Somatiq Audio

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Music Genre > Sub-genre
    World Fusion
       Middle-Eastern World Fusion
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:54   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 96
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Contra-bass, Cello, Drum Kit, Drum Machine, Bass, Flute, Percussion, Strings, Viola, Violin, Shaker, Santoor, Bass Guitar, Drum, Violoncello
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Adventurous, Atmospheric, Beautiful, Bold, Confident, Determined, Enchanted, Epic, Exotic, Haunting, Inspiring, Magical, Majestic, Motivational, Mysterious, Mystical, Optimistic, Serious, Triumphant, Wondrous

Styles: Arabic / Islam, Corporate, Documentary, Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Instrumental, Movie Trailer, Nature, Section / Credits, Travel Channel, TV Instrumental

Regions: Middle East

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