Description: This is the best known and popular of the British national anthems. It came from a poem by James Thomson and was set to music by Thomas Arne in 1740. Here it is done in a upbeat, spirited, and uplifting orchestral ensemble with piano, harp, flute lead melody, choir, with string and oboe sections. 84 bpm.

Description: This is the national anthem of Canada. The music was composed by Calixa Lavalléefor for the 1880 Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day ceremony. Here it is presented in a uplifting and spirited orchestral ensemble with piano, harp, choir, string section, with a wonderful flute melody line. It would make a great addition to any Canadian related theme like travel, historic events, or celebrations. 98 bpm. O Canada Our home and native land True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free From far and wide, O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. God keep our land glorious and free O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

Description: O Little Town of Bethlehem is a popular Christmas carol. The text was written by Phillips Brooks (1835–1893), an Episcopal priest. Here it is done in a reverent and traditional arrangement with flute, harp, choir, oboe, and string section giving it a classic and respectful feeling suitable for commercial and live applications. 106 bpm

Description: This is a passage from Beethoven’s 9th symphony 4th movement. It’s one of the best known works in classical music and adopted by the EU in 1985 as an anthem. Here it is done with an orchestral ensemble with a flute melody, piano strings, and voice choir. 118bpm.

Description: This is a passage from Beethoven’s 9th symphony 4th movement. It’s one of the best known works in classical music and adopted by the EU in 1985 as an anthem. Here it is done with an orchestral ensemble with a flute melody, piano strings, and voice choir. 118bpm.

Description: This is a passage from Beethoven’s 9th symphony 4th movement. It’s one of the best known works in classical music and adopted by the EU in 1985 as an anthem. Here it is done with an orchestral ensemble with a flute melody, piano strings, and voice choir. 118bpm.

Description: Amhrán na bhFiann originally composed in English as The Soldiers Song is the Irish national anthem. The music was composed by Peadar Kearney and Patrick Heeney. Here it is presented in an upbeat orchestral ensemble with a flute melody line, harp, piano, and choir voices. This is a great choice for all things Ireland like tourism, travel, historical events, sports, or documentaries. 98bpm.

Description: Timpani and Snare Suspense - indent logo A no mistaking it tympani and snare drum passage that demands attention and is great for adding tension, suspense, and building up emotions. It’s very reminding of the classic World War movies and would make a great choice for military documentary scores or marches. 30 second spot at 202 beats per minute.

Description: Timpani and Snare Suspense - indent logo A no mistaking it tympani and snare drum passage that demands attention and is great for adding tension, suspense, and building up emotions. It’s very reminding of the classic World War movies and would make a great choice for military documentary scores or marches. 202 beats per minute.

Description: This is a short cue of Australia's most popular folk ballad that is known as the unofficial national anthem of Australia. It’s done with an uplifting and spirited rendition of piano, harp, strings, and a flute melody line. 108 bpm This music works great for any Australia associated themes like historic, documentary, landscape, wildlife, tourism, or sporting events.

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