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Whirling Dervishes

Whirling Dervishes

This beautiful, fascinating track is inspired by the whirling dervishes. This meditative dance and the philosophy of the Sufis is a huge contribution to world culture. The dance of whirling dervishes is not only a dance, but also a special kind of meditation, called “royal” meditation. This track is ideal for your commercials, corporate presentations, feature films, documentaries, TV show, cartoons and anime, dance numbers, theater performances, circus performances such as fakirs, travel reports, cultural events, slide shows, videos for YouTube, etc.

Examples of your video works in which you can use this track:

Dance of the Sufi Dervishes, Meditative practices with the use of Sufi circling, Lyrical theme for the film, the series in the Middle Eastern style, Travel shows about the Middle East, Reconstruction from the history of the Middle East, The nature of the Middle East (caravan on the background of sand dunes, oases, palaces), Medieval Middle East, Religious and philosophical television programs, Folklore, fairy tales, legends, mythology, Tourism in the Middle East, Computer games, games for smartphones, Culture, art, literature, painting of the Middle East, Advertising souvenirs, jewelry, travel companies, airlines, hotels, restaurants and more.

What does it include?

whirling_dervishes_main – 2:08

whirling_dervishes_short_01 – 1:01

whirling_dervishes_short_02 – 0:34

whirling_dervishes_short_03 – 0:19

whirling_dervishes_logo – 0:08

I also want to invite you to listen to another track in the best traditions of Middle Eastern music.

This epic cinematic track is dedicated to ancient Egypt. It is ideal for your commercials, corporate presentations, videos for YouTube, documentaries about the history of ancient Egypt, Babylon, the Ottoman Empire, travel, discoveries, etc., feature films in the spirit of fantasy, blockbusters, trailers, promo, games, etc. The track used Middle Eastern musical instruments and percussions, such as: canun, oud, ney, bendir, doumbek, tombak and others.

Ancient Egypt

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