Bartok Music features world-class Orchestral music, Chamber music, solo piano, and other Classical works, as well as a broad selection of Jazz and World Music. Their large catalog offers high-quality performances and broadcast quality sounds, with major credits including the films How to Train Your Dragon, Dinner for Schmucks, Epic Movie, Blades of Glory, and Superman Returns. Bartok Music's work has also been featured in TV programs such as Weeds and Lost, and in national advertisements for Suzuki, Capri Sun, and ABC-TV promos.
Doo-wop classic, male vocal, 1950's style pop ballad. Think street corner in Brooklyn, The Drifters, The Coasters and Frankie Lymon. Little Italy never sounded better! Great for movies, commercial music services, radio ads and much more. Male Vocals, Pop, Easy Listening
Rock and roll lives in this energetic rock screamer with its early sixties Lennon-like vocals. Wild man guitars and frenzied drums are the backdrop for this rocker. Perfect for retro films set in the 50's or 60's, radio commercials, documentaries, television dramas and much more. Male Vocals, Pop, Pop Oldies
Get ready to smile with this upbeat modern rocker. It will add some pep to your project. Dreamy guitar, a modern beat and sing along pop rock vocals. Great for romantic comedies, in-store media, video games or any production needing a rousing pop song. Male Vocals, Pop, Alt Pop
This somber sax dominated instrumental with tinkling piano in the background will transport you back to the late 50's. Perfect for retro films, radio productions, Broadway plays set in the 50's or 60's and much more. Instrumental, Pop, Pop Oldies
1960's rock explodes in this upbeat, fast paced and wild sax soaked instrumental. Bring your project to live with this mover. Perfect for retro films, documentaries, radio productions and much more. Instrumental, Pop, Pop Oldies
Rock blends well in this jazzy instrumental. New Orleans sax, deep organs and frenzied shakers are the backdrop for this rhythmic rocker. Perfect for retro films set in the 50's or 60's, radio commercials, documentaries, television dramas and much more. Instrumental, Pop, Pop Oldies