This is the ultimate emotional cinematic piece. Broad, sweeping strings under pinned by rolling piano and rising staccato cello and solo viol da gamba. The piece is reminiscent of minimalists such as Philip Glass or Michael Nyman, with some of the rhythmic precision of Steve Reich. And yet it feels poignant and tender, with an underlying brooding passion – perfect for any moment when you need to tug at the heart strings without getting overly sentimental. It’s great for adverts and explainers with an emotional component. It also works well for emotive sections in podcasts and radio.