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Here is a complete list of the music we have available by composer Apollo Symphony Orchestra. To listen or purchase any of these tracks visit our main royalty free music search page and select Apollo as the composer in the "source" menu. To go straight to a specific track, on the same page click the "advanced search" button and then type the track title into the search box that appears.

Title

Composer

Description

As With Gladness Men Of Old

Traditional

Cathedral choir singing this traditional carol, with organ accompaniment, final verse sung by children of the choir, atmospheric and very festive

Ding Dong (Merrily On High) 3

Traditional

Full orchestra playing a bright, instrumental version of this carol, nice arrangement with imaginative use of instruments

O Come All Ye Faithful

Traditional

Cathedral choir singing unaccompanied, traditional arrangement of this Christmas carol, great performance and a nice recording.

O Come O Come Emmanuel

Traditional

Cathedral organ and choir perform this festive carol, great for Christmas and Advent.

Once In Royal David's City

Traditional

Starting with the traditional single boy chorister, this traditional performance of the carol develops to a full choir with organ, very atmospheric and tender.

The Angel Gabriel

Traditional

Cathedral choir singing this carol with boy choristers featuring in the third verse royalty free music.

Giselle (Entrance of Giselle)

Adolphe Adam

Light and delicate, the entrance of the main character Giselle in the famous French ballet, music by Adolphe Adam

Miserere Mei

Gregorio Allegri

Allegri's stunning a cappella choral work written in the early 17th century in Rome, men and boys singing this setting of Psalms 50 and 51 in latin

Air On A G String

Johann Sebastian Bach

JS Bach wrote this masterful work for violin and strings with bass continuo in the 17th century, popular world-wide

Badinerie

Johann Sebastian Bach

JS Bach from 17th century, lively, playful flute solos over delicate strings and clavier.

Brandenburg Concerto No.1 (1st movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Refined, stately and light, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.1 (2nd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Poignant, melancholy and soulful, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.1 (3rd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Elegant, delicate and respectful, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.1 (4th movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Stately, majestic and light, with occasional woodwind-only sections, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.2 (1st movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Lively, playful and elegant, with bright trumpet moments, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.2 (2nd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Tender, heart-breaking sweetness, exchanges between softest woodwind and solo violin with string and harpsichord accompaniment, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.2 (3rd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Bright, positive and regal royalty free music with amazing high trumpet solos within, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.3 (1st and 2nd movements)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Strong, bright and positive strings, one of the most well-known movements of the Brandenburg Concertos, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.3 (3rd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Lively, sweet and flowing strings, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.4 (1st movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Gentle, soft and airy, two flutes moving delicately with strings, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.4 (2nd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Romantic, thoughtful and delicate, solo flute and strings, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.4 (3rd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Elegant and airy for flutes and strings, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.5 (1st movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Confident and peaceful strings and flute, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.5 (2nd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Slow, thoughtful and melancholy harpsichord and strings, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.5 (3rd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Playful flute with vibrant string and harpsichord accompaniment, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.6 (1st movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Optimistic, positive and refined strings, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.6 (2nd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Calm, relaxed and flowing strings, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Brandenburg Concerto No.6 (3rd movement)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Lively, elegant and optimistic inter-weaving string lines, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Christmas oratorio (sinfonia)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Steady, elegant and calm orchestra, with tenderness and refinement, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Magnificat

Johann Sebastian Bach

Tremendous celebratory work for orchestra and choir, intricate and lively harmonies, by JS Bach (17th Century)

Et exultavit spiritus meus (Magnificat)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Soaring alto solo voice with smooth string orchestra from JS Bach's "Magnificat" (17th Century)

Mass in Bminor (Credo)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Mystical, reverential and tender "Credo" (I believe) with choir and orchestra, from JS Bach's stunning Mass in B minor (17th century)

Mass in Bminor (Gloria)

Johann Sebastian Bach

A joyful, resounding choir and orchestra performing "Gloria" from JS Bach's epic Mass in B minor (17th century)

O Sacred Head Sore Wounded

Johann Sebastian Bach

Symphony choir and orchestra powerfully sing the final verse of this famous Easter hymn in German, (also known as the Passion Chorale 7676D.) JS Bach, 17th century

Sheep May Safely Graze

Johann Sebastian Bach

This peaceful, gentle orchestral work with a lilting melody is the most well-known piece from JS Bach's secular Hunting Cantata (17th century)

Toccata And Fugue in Dminor

Johann Sebastian Bach

Outstanding, dark and dramatic church organ solo, demonstrating JS Bach's brilliance as a writer for organ, 17th century

Overture from Egmont

Ludwig van Beethoven

Dramatic, exciting tense atmospheres building to a furious epic finale, by Ludwig Van Beethoven, written for the play Egmont (by Goethe,) early 19th century

Overture from Fidelio

Ludwig van Beethoven

Being an overture this work has a range of feels and speeds, but is throughout epic in feel and written with great panache, from Beethoven's only opera, early 19th century

Symphony No.1 (1st movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Bright and lyrical. From Beethoven's Symphony No. 1 in C major (op 21). 1st movement. Adagio molto - Allegro con brio, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.1 (2nd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Warm and thoughtful. From Beethoven's Symphony No. 1 in C major (op 21). 2nd movement. Andante cantabile e con moto, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.1 (3rd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

A lively minuet movement, dancing patterns and bright feel. From Beethoven's Symphony No. 1 in C major. 3rd movement. Menuetto & Trio, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.1 (4th movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

The well-known joyful string theme enlivens this confident final movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 1 in C major (op 21). Finale : Adagio - Allegro molto e vivace, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.2 (1st movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Positive, lyrical and forthright 1st movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 in D major (op 36), adagio molto - Allegro con brio, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.2 (2nd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Serene and beautiful 2nd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 in D major (op 36), Larghetto, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.2 (3rd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Dynamic and expressive 3rd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in D major (op 36) Scherzo & Trio : Allegro, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.2 (4th movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Energetic and profound 4th movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 in D major (op 36), Allegro molto, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.3 - Eroica (1st movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Alternating between bravado and sweetness, the 1st movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E flat major (op 55 also known as "The Eroica Symphony") Allegro con brio, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.3 - Eroica (2nd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sorrowful and tender 1st movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E flat major (op 55, also known as "The Eroica Symphony",) Marcia Funebre, adagio assai, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.3 - Eroica (3rd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Joyful and full of life, the 3rd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E flat major (op 55, also known as "The Eroica Symphony",) Scherzo & Trio : Allegro vivace, alla breve, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.3 - Eroica (4th movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

The exultant final movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E flat major (op 55, also known as "The Eroica Symphony",) Allegro molto, written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.4 (1st movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

From a tense and anxious beginning through to a complex, forceful ending this 1st movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 in B flat major (op 60) Adagio - Allegro vivace keeps the listener on his toes. Written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.4 (2nd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Eloquent, lyrical and expressive 2nd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 in B flat major (op 60) Adagio. Written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.4 (3rd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Always positive but with many changes of feel and tempo, the 3rd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 in B flat major (op 60) Menuetto : Allegro vivace - Trio : Un poco meno allegro. Written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.4 (4th movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Tremendous energy in this driving final movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 in B flat major (op 60) Allegro, ma non troppo. Written at the turn of the 18th / 19th century

Symphony No.5 (1st movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

The iconic four note introduction leads into this dramatic, dark opening movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in C minor (op 67). Allegro con brio. Early 19th century

Symphony No.5 (2nd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Switching between tender lyricism and forthright pomp, the second movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in C minor (op 67). Andante con moto - Piu moto. Written at the beginning of the 19th century

Symphony No.5 (3rd and 4th movements)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Strong textures of darkness and light, leading to a triumphant ending the 3rd and 4th movements of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in C minor (op 67) Allegro and Allegro presto. Early 19th century

Symphony No.6 - Pastoral (1st movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Deliciously descriptive and melodic opening movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F major (The Pastoral Symphony,) inspired by his love of the countryside. Allegro (`The cheerful impressions excited by arriving in the country'). Written at the beginning of the 19th century

Symphony No.6 - Pastoral (2nd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Peaceful, flowing and smooth 2nd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F major (The Pastoral Symphony), inspired by his love of the countryside. Andante molto mosso (`By the stream'). Early 19th century

Symphony No.6 - Pastoral (3rd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Joyful, vibrant and playful 3rd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F major (The Pastoral Symphony), inspired by his love of the countryside. Allegro (`A happy get together of peasants'). Written at the beginning of the 19th century

Symphony No.6 - Pastoral (4th movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Furious, turbulent and extremely intense 4th movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F major (The Pastoral Symphony), inspired by his love of the countryside. Allegro (`Storm'). Early 19th century

Symphony No.6 - Pastoral (5th movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Peaceful and joyful 5th movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F major (The Pastoral Symphony), inspired by his love of the countryside.. Allegretto (`The shepherds' hymn, gratitude and thanksgiving after the storm'). Written at the beginning of the 19th century

Symphony No.7 (1st movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Vibrant and full of life, the 1st movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in A major (op 92). Poco sostenuto - Vivace. Early 19th century

Symphony No.7 (2nd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sonorous, wistful and reflective 2nd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in A major (op 92). Allegretto. Early 19th century

Symphony No.7 (3rd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Lively, graceful and assured 3rd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in A major (op 92). Scherzo : Presto - Trio : Assai meno presto. Early 19th century

Symphony No.7 (4th movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Celebratory, intense and joyful 4th movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in A major (op 92). Allegro con brio. Early 19th century

Symphony No.8 (1st movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Full of movement and celebration, the 1st movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 8 in F major (op 93). Allegro vivace e con brio. Early 19th century

Symphony No.8 (2nd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Light, jesting and playful 2nd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 8 in F major (op 93). Allegretto scherzando. Early 19th century

Symphony No.8 (3rd movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Smooth, light and graceful 3rd movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 8 in F major (op 93). Tempo di menuetto. Early 19th century

Symphony No.8 (4th movement)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Joyful, lively and vivid royalty free music 4th movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 8 in F major (op 93). Allegro vivace. Early 19th century

Turkish March

Ludwig van Beethoven

Bright, brash and joyful Turkish March from The Ruins of Athens (op. 113) by Beethoven, early 19th century

Alleluliah (from Exultate Jubilate K163)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Joyful, celebratory solo soprano with steady orchestra, virtuoso ending, ( late 18th century)

Ave Verum Corpus

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Wonderfully profound, mystical Mozart choral setting, slow and contemplative with soul (late 18th century)

Soave Sia Il Vento (from Cosi Fan Tutte)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Light and dreamy quartet of soloists with orchestra, from Mozart's opera "Cosi Fan Tutte" (late 18th century)

Catalogue Aria (from Don Giovanni)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Playful, light and sonorous bass solo (in Italian) from Mozart's opera "Don Giovanni" (late 18th century)

La Ci Darem La Mano (from Don Giovanni)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Tender, gentle soprano and bass duet "There We Will Entwine Our Hands" from Mozart's opera "Don Giovanni" (late 18th century)

Overture from Don Giovanni

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Tense overture from Mozart's "Don Giovanni", includes a variety of other orchestral motifs from the opera (late 18th century)

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (1st movement)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Lively, playful strings weaving bright melodies, (K525) "Allegro", (late 18th century)

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (2nd movement)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Relaxed, flowing and very smooth strings, (K525) Romance, Andante (late 18th century)

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (3rd movement)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Confident, regal and proud strings, (K525) Menuetto. "Allegretto" (late 18th century)

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (4th movement)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Lively, agile and cheerful strings with delicate melodies (K525) Rondo "Allegro" (late 18th century)

Porgi Amor (from The Marriage of Figaro)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Delicate and hauntingly sweet soprano solo following a calm string introduction, from Mozart's opera (late 18th century)

Voi Che Sapete (from The Marriage of Figaro)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Soaring soprano solo with light, bright melody from Mozart's opera (late 18th century)

Flute Concerto No.2 (1st movement)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Light, acrobatic flute melodies over warm and positive orchestra (K.314) "Allegro maestoso" (late 18th century)

Flute Concerto No.2 (2nd movement)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Calm, reflective and delicate flute solo over soft orchestra, (K.314) "Adagio ma non troppo"

Flute Concerto No.2 (3rd movement)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Light and playful flute dances over bright, lively orchestra (K314) "Rondo (tempo do Menuetto)" (late 18th century)

Benedictus (fr. Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Bright, delicate harmonies from quartet of soloists over purposeful strings, then full choir enter for strong, impressive ending (late 18th century)

Credo (f.m Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Full, forceful choir with dynamic orchestra create an epic, confident sound with this sacred text setting (late 18th century)

Domine (f.m Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Two emotive sopranos twisting together creating a sense of longing and tension, with light orchestra (late 18th century)

Et Incarnatus Est (fr.Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Smooth, delicate soprano gliding above a gentle orchestra, emotive and soft, (late 18th century)

Gloria (fr.Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Dynamic choir and orchestra with bold, strong beginning then dropping to a soft, subtle ending (late 18th century)

Gratius (fr.Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Dramatic epic suspense from choir and orchestra, changing between loud and soft (late 18th century)

Jesu-Christe (fr.Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Strong, confident choir and orchestra in exultant, formal celebration (late 18th century)

Kyrie (fr.Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Unsettling choir and orchestra move to a bitter-sweet, tender soprano solo (late 18th centry)

Laudamus-te (fr.Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Bright and lively Mozart with playful orchestra and acrobatic soprano (late 18th century)

Qui-tollis (fr.Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Great breadth of sound and harmony from choir and orchestra, dramatic and insistent (late 18th century)

Quoniam (fr.Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Four soloists sing complex harmonies around slightly dark orchestra, unresolving and tense (late 18th century)

Sanctus (fr.Great Mass in Cminor)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Epic, regal, dazzling choir and orchestra in finale of Mozart's Great Mass in C minor (late 18th century)

Horn Concerto No3 - 1st movement

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Playful, mellow French Horn with light orchestra, soft tone and warm feel (late 18th century)

Horn Concerto No3 - 2nd movement

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Soft, tender French Horn with gentle orchestra creating a romantic and peaceful mood (late 18th century)

Horn Concerto No3 - 3rd movement

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Light, playful French Horn call and response with lively orchestra, cheerful and fun royalty free music (late 18th century)

Horn Concerto No4 - 1st Movement

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Calm and happy orchestra with soft, lilting French horn, light and positive, 8 minutes long (late 18th century)

Horn Concerto No4 - 2nd Movement

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Gentle, meandering French Horn and orchestra creating a mellow, summer-time feel (late 18th century)

Horn Concerto No4 - 3rd Movement

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Well-known French Horn melody with lively, light orchestra, the last movement of Mozart's 4th Horn concerto (late 18th century)

Laudate Dominum

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Dreamy and beautifully sweet soprano melody with gentle poignant harmonies from choir and orchestra, (late 18th century)

 

About Apollo Symphony Orchestra

The Apollo Symphony Orchestra is a real orchestral project assembled for the sole purpose to provide a huge resource of classical music for production soundtrack usage.

Formed using the finest classical musicians and singers from the UK and throughout Europe, the project has recorded works over a 3 year period with a huge variety of group and ensemble sizes from Chopin solo piano tracks, ‘a capella’ choral works, chamber orchestra pieces through to full Beethoven Symphonies. Every genre of classical music is covered including concerto, ballet, religious choral music and opera, as well as every period including baroque, romantic and 20th century.

Works from over 40 composers are represented such as Bach, Dvorak, Elgar, Handel, Holst, Liszt, Mozart, Puccini, Schubert, Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Vivaldi, Wagner, and many more - even some Sousa marches have been recorded.

The first batch of material released in 2007 meant that around 60 hours of the finest classical pieces were made available. Frequent updates are planned to add further music to this vast catalogue resource, and we'll be adding this collection to our site of course!

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