Track length: 1:06
Tempo: 92 bpm

Dramatic epic orchestral action music with staccato strings, horns, thunderous pounding heavy drums and percussion, punctuated by staccato choirs as the music builds to a frantic symphonic climax. With the intro hit and tail trimmed, the track can fit 1 minute scenes exactly.

Ideal exciting and dramatic music for trailers, battle scenes, action videos, TV spots, commercials, stings or promos where intense dramatic orchestral action music is needed to build to a climax, e.g. extreme sports, war scenes, danger, excitement, thrilling chase scenes.  See an example promo video below.

Dramatic Orchestral Trailer Music (available to license): Excelsior by composer Simon Wilkinson

Similar in style to dramatic trailer music from artists such as Hans Zimmer and 2 Steps From Hell, you can license this music quickly and easily to use in your own trailers, Youtube videos and promos.

Please note: A license must be bought before the music is used in any video or production (even not for profit, Youtube etc.) Any unlicensed use is an infringement of copyright and will be legally pursued. Buy the mp3 or instantly license this music track for immediate use in your film, trailer, documentary or video production by selecting the relevant options below. Read about licensing details here.

The mp3 track is also available from these websites but if you want to use the music in your video you’ll need a license which is only available here at (see menu below for license options):

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Note: if buying a license this is just the pdf license file so please ensure you also add the mp3 to your cart (e.g. £0.99 + £29.99) as the license does not include the music mp3 (this only applies to single tracks and not the Royalty Free collections which include both the music and the license).


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