Feb 14, 2017, 11:58

We have nearly 50,000 tracks covering every genre of music on MusicRevolution.com (www.musicrevolution.com ). This week’s featured track is “Serenity” by Jérôme Chauvel. This is a dreamy, sentimental track perfect for films, documentaries and broadcast programming.

Serenity” (#01788111)


Track Description

Serenity” – A composition full of emotion and nostalgia. Perfect for films, documentary projects, television, inspirational videos, and any project needing a gentle yet motivational background.

Track Metadata

  • Moods— Dreamy, inspiring, sentimental
  • Instruments—Acoustic guitar, organ
  • Genres— Documentary, folk, new age
  • Applications—Broadcast programming, film, Internet, on hold

Length — 2:55

About Jérôme Chauvel–

JeromeChauvelJérôme Chauvel composes instrumental music, often used by multimedia and broadcasting professionals. He is strongly influenced by artists such as Air, Steve Hillage, Bjork and Laurie Anderson. Chauvel’s style generally turns around electro, chill-out, ambient, tech-house music, complete with a psychedelic touch. Click here to listen to all of Chauvel’s tracks.

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