Description:“Angelic Choir” is a sweet composition. It has an easy structure but it reaches hearts. Played with wonderful strings, and at 1:55 a beautiful voice – female voice. I like female voices. Boys (voices) are also nice. If you are drinking black tea with some black balsam – like me now – then I think we are thinking the same thing: Thinking the same things sounds coooooooool. Okey back to reality (stupid black tea with black balsam)! The reality, ... where is it? ... Reality? REALITY? hmm, not my problem. Okey, now I’m here. Where am I? It sounds Angelic. Oh, am I in the … no way? I’m dead? Hmmm, but it sounds great. Where is this beautiful music coming from? Oh, it’s Polarus_Sound! Polarus_Sound? Who’s that? Oh, it’s an angel! An angel? Oh no, I’m really dead…
Polarus_Sound: Hello my friend
P_S: What can I do for you?
Me: I wanna have this angelic music, where can I get it?
P_S: Look to you right side. Can you see this big green box with this big number 17$?
Me: Yes. What is it about?
P_S: If you click on “Purchase”, you can buy the track?
Me: What? I have to buy it??? Hell?
P_S: My friend, my beloved friend. You know, this composition is so great. It was not easy to write it. If you wanna have it, you have to honor the composer with you Purchase.
Me: I understand. I wanna honor the composer know. So, can I honoer him with 85$ also?
P_S: Yes, you can.
Me: Yes, I can.
P_S: Now, all together!
All together: YES WE CAN! YES WE CAN! YES WE CAN! YES WE CAN!
Included Instruments: Strings, Choir, Violins, Violas, Cellos, Contrabass, Double Bass, Solo Voice, Choir (Boys), Woodwinds, drums
Similar Music Composers/Producers: Hans Zimmer, Thomas Bergersen, Harry Gregson Williams, Two Steps From Hell, Audiomachine, James Newton Howard, Brian Tyler, James Horner, John Powell, Nick Phoenix, Michael Giacchino, Jerry Goldsmith, Danny Elfman, John Williams
Thank you for coming here today!
I am living and studying music in Germany for 5 years.
VideoHive Artists! You are free to use any of my tracks, just let me know and I’ll paste a link to the video you use it in.
Tip: Listen to the whole piece with headphones to get a clear impression of the composition.
If you have any suggestions or critic, feel free to write me an email