Description: Gentle, warm and flowing acoustic version of the old English folk classic. Features acoustic guitar, violin and flute. Main mix and 30sec versions

Description: Grand and stately baroque flute and harpsichord version of the old English traditional folk tune.

Description: Rockier version and slightly faster version of Great Britain's national anthem. Features electric rock guitar lead with orchestral backing. (see also full orchestral versions and string version)

Description: Graceful and stately classical baroque style chamber orchestral waltz. Very English Lords and Ladies curtsying and bowing. Features marcato strings, oboe, bassoon and piano. Main mix, 60, 30sec versions

Description: Cheeky, playful, upbeat and fun acoustic theme. Very continental Europe, very cheesy and rather quirky. Features accordion, acoustic guitar, vibes, pizzicato, saxophone. Great for travelogue, comic chase or fun commercials. Main mix, underscore, 60sec, 30sec and 30sec underscore versions

Description: Full fromage cheese here with this end of the pier club organ version of the traditional English seaside classic

Description: Tradtional style German or Bavarian drinking song played by Oom Pah Band featuring Euphonium, Tuba, Accordion & Clarinets. Use for documentaries, travelogues and histories. Main mix and underscore versions

Description: Upbeat, lively French Jazz style track. Very catchy, friendly and happy tune that makes you want to tap along with your feet. Features acoustic guitars, walking double bass, brush drum kit and whistling. Perfect for light hearted radio and television commercials that want to raise a smile. 60sec and 30sec versions with or without whistling

Description: Playful, evaluating and provocative waltz. Gentle and friendly, but a little cautious and hesitant - like meeting on a first date. This characterful piece features accordions, which give it a quirky European feel. Great for reality TV through to Radio and Television commercials. 60sec and 30sec full and light mixes

Description: Solo Harmonica version of the traditional World War One song Its a Long Way To Tipperary. This slow/medium paced, poignant version, is thoughtful and reflective, and was popular among soldiers who fought in the first world war. Perfect for use in documentary and news as we commemorate 100 years.

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