“Lovers’ Waltz” is a romantic waltz with pizzicato strings and a beautiful solo violin. This track is suitable for all projects that call for a romantic and lush soundtrack. The pizzicato strings play a catchy and slightly hypnotic accompaniment for the dreamy melodies of the violin. In the second half the violin becomes more vivid, breaks out of the arrangement and leads the track to it’s dramatic climax. Don’t miss it!
“Lovers’ Waltz” has an an iconic sound that fits a lot of opportunities. It’s romantic, smoochy, dramatic, calm, hot and cold – you paint the picture, “Lovers’ Waltz” will do the rest.
This track is inspired by Shigeru Umebayashi’s “Yumeji’s Theme” which was the title theme in Seijun Suzuki’s “Yumeji” and part of the soundtrack in Wong Kar-wai’s “In the mood for love”. I’ve been searching for a while on Audiojungle for a similar track, because I thought it has very versatile sound and the perfect mood for a variety of projects. Since I didn’t found something similar (which does not mean, that there is nothing similar – maybe my searching skills are not that perfect) I started to compose it myself. Here it is – I hope you’ll like it.