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Welcome to Dave's Film and TV Music Catalogue.

A library of weird and wonderful music from around the world, especially crafted for all types of film and TV projects, advertising, and websites.
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The bridal song-solo violin - Dave Yowell ()

An instrumental version of Wagner's most famous piece, played on solo violin.
As the bride walks up to the alter, wondering if she’s making a big mistake.broken heartblush
Check out the traditional version, played on a church organ.
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mix set - zip archiveThis track is part of a Mix-Set - You can download all versions as a ZIP archive

Metallic Mystery - Dave Yowell ()

 Metallic, thundering clangs and thumps, backed by electronic whooshes ... not very musical, but very atmospheric.
Gives a feeling of rising tension. Would work well in a futuristic / Scifi scene.
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Drylands Blues - Dave Yowell ()

Strange and spooky ambient piece featuring molo (two stringed African banjo) with electronic accompaniment.
Evokes a hallucinatory feeling of sand, dust mirages and other worldliness.
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**If you would prefer individual stems to create your own specific versions, please get in touch and I will send them to you directly, as fast as I can.

Genetic modification - Dave Yowell ()

A futuristic, bubbly, popping fusion of organic and electronic sounds. Gives a feeling of strange and eerie tension.
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Didja ever dream - Yidaki man ()

Authentic, traditional, pulsating didjeridoo (yidaki) accompanied by click sticks, evoking the dreamy spiritual essence of the Australian outback.
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There are two other tracks featuring the Yidaki (Native Australian instrument also known as a didjeridoo):
 Did Jeri Do?
And
Dream time at Uluru

Dream time at Uluru - Yidaki man ()

Dreamy, slow, menacing fusion of didgeridoo (yidaki), click sticks, floating electric guitar and ambient percussion from Australia.
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There are two other tracks featuring the Yidaki (Native Australian instrument also known as a didjeridoo):
Didja ever dream
And
Did Jeri Do?

Wandering in the desert - Sultan Makendé ()

Strange, ambient, new age, with combinations of electronica, weird Arab /Indian ethnic vocal and Afo-Arabian percussion, giving an uncomfortable and somewhat tense atmosphere.

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Afrindo - Sultan Makendé ()

Afrindo

Slow to medium tempo percussion ensemble, featuring drums and percussion from Africa, Asia and Europe. It is loopable if you would like it to continue for longer.

Instruments: Celtic frame drum, African Djembe and shakers, Indian Dhol, Thai temple bells, and Middle Eastern Frame drum.

Has a chill but slightly menacing flavour.

**If you would prefer separate stems to do your own versions, please get in touch and I will send them to you directly.

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Congona - Sultan Makendé ()

Fast and tense, this piece is a very atmospheric groover.

Features a wild acoustic piano solo over congas, acoustic guitar, minimalist bass and mouth percussion.
Dave Yowell - 100%
**If you would prefer individual stems to create your own specific versions, please get in touch and I will send them to you directly, as fast as I can.
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Hither and zither - Sultan Makendé ()

A fusion of Arab / Middle Eastern melodies featuring Ney (Arab flute),  Quanun (zither), full string orchestra and distorted electric guitar, drum kit and bass.
Very dramatic and a bit tense, would be useful as an underscore to a desert, warfare or travel scene involving anything Arab or Middle Eastern.
Has breaks in the arrangement for easier post production / editing.
 
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