Constantinopolis

An epic sounding Film Score style track incorporating the use of vocals, classical instruments, cinematic drums and deep atmospheric synth effects.  The piece was written to convey the sense of history, greatness, wealth, power and civilization of the old city of the Ottoman Empire – Constantinople (or Constantinopolis as it was known in Roman Times).  This track edges us nicely towards the music direction we are developing most seriously and we anticipate many of our productions will take on this more cinematic feel in the coming months ahead.

Constantinopolis – has already been accepted by commercial music library companies; Yooka Music in the UK & Music Supervisors in the USA, and is part of a 60+ and growing archive of music that Lean Into the Light are actively developing.

Constantinopolis, and our most recent blog music submissions, are also available to listen to and download from the new”Box” media player in the right hand column of the blog.

This track was written, arranged and produced by Richard in July 2010

Copyright © 2009 Lean Into The Light, ℗ 2009 Lean Into The Light.

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  1. Great track and some wonderful sound design; I love how the orchestral elements combine with the percussive and synth ambiences. Very cool!

  2. Luscious mind pictures…

  3. Nice job Rich… sounds like a big step up.

    Mal


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