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COLD WAR - RUSSIAN SUBMARINE - (by Alexander Khaskin)  Year: 2011
Alexander Khaskin Epic and sweeping cinematic track that starts mysteriously and ominously, then builds to glorious crescendo and finally develops into a staccato, hammering, powerful orchestral trailer track. Great material for film trailer, fantasy or sci-fi action, war or conflict. Instrumental, Military, Submarine Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Military, Submarine Music
449807 3:45 Medium   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Cold War - Russian Submarine
Catalog ID: 449807  ISRC: US5UL1102698
Description: Epic and sweeping cinematic track that starts mysteriously and ominously, then builds to glorious crescendo and finally develops into a staccato, hammering, powerful orchestral trailer track. Great material for film trailer, fantasy or sci-fi action, war or conflict.

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Artist or Group: Alexander Khaskin

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Keywords: Angry Brave Climactic Comforting Confrontational Dangerous Determined Dissonant Disturbing Dramatic Explosive Fiery Forceful Glorious Grand Gutsy Haunting

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       Submarine Music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:45   Tempo: Medium
   Arrangement: Orchestra, Full
   Instruments: Cymbals, Gong, Indigenous Percussion, Strings, Timpani, Brass section, Snare drum, Choir, Woodwinds, Tenor Voice
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Aggressive, Angry, Apprehensive, Brave, Climactic, Confrontational, Dark, Dissonant, Disturbing, Dramatic, Dynamic, Eerie, Epic, Explosive, Forceful, Foreboding, Heroic, Intense, Mean, Menacing

Styles: 1940s (Forties), Action Adventure, British Invasion, Choral / Choir, Civil War, Dramatic Soundtrack, Espionage, History, Section / Finale

Regions: Russia

Extended Keywords: Live orchestral instruments and live choir singers, combined with clever use of samplers to create a huge sound. In the style of Hans Zimmer

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