Four dramatic pieces with hybrid instrumentation, ambient effects and haunting piano resonance to create an immersive, epic world reminiscent of a ‘Nordic noir’ film with an open cinematic feel.
These pieces could accompany:
- tense, emotionally charged moments in dramas and thrillers
- true crime investigative documentaries
- understated horror films
- espionage action sequences
- moments of reckoning
- dramatic, desolate panoramas
Drama – 2:00 (starts at 0:00)
Tense, atmospheric piece of piano-led ambient music.
This ominous, foreboding piece is augmented by dark percussion and subtle, unsettling discords. The music would be perfect for a dark drama or crime thriller and is in the brooding, epic cinematic style of a number of ‘Nordic Noir’ detective shows. Use this music to create a brooding, dark atmosphere in your drama or thriller project.
Dramatic Sadness – 2:49 (starts at 2:00)
Epic, emotional piano and hybrid orchestral piece.
Embellished with brooding electronic percussion and atmospheric delay, this heartfelt piano-led piece conveys deep emotions of sadness and sorrow, with a grand, epic tone. To heighten the dramatic impact of your project and create a strong sense of the cinematic, this piece will be the perfect accompaniment to sad scenes and moments of high emotion.
Version 1: Full version (02:49) Version 2: Piano and strings only (02:49)
Tense Piano – 2:30 (starts at 7:38)
Tense, ambient solo piano piece.
This ominous, dramatic piano instrumental creates a sense of impending doom and anxiety. Starting with a cautious, dark ostinato to create a sense of mystery, a more defined sense of fear appears with the entry of the low bass notes. This track is suitable for tense espionage action sequences and horror films.
Epic Bleak Dramatic Emotion – 2:20 (starts at 10:14)
Tense, ambient piano and strings piece.
This epic orchestral hybrid track creates a feeling of melancholy reflectiveness and introspection. Cinematic strings accompany a desolate piano loop while distant drums suggest a sense of foreboding. This music would perfectly accompany dramatic and reflective scenes in documentaries and dramas- particularly ‘Nordic noir’-style crime thrillers.