• Royalty free Medieval music

    • Horsemen From The North by ihsandincer

      This track is epic cinematic trailer music made in Mongolian style. In this music, you will find a blend of traditional oriental instruments with hybrid orchestral sound, combined to create a new epic sound that can be used in any project needing a dramatic, heroic background. A great choice for projects related to civilization war, historical action movies, and Medieval Ages in Mongolia, China, and Far Orient. The “No Vocals” Version is also included.

      Countryside Story by Geoff Harvey

      Beautiful medieval melody featuring flowing flute and dulcimer offers a slight Victorian style theme hinting at a romance, love or beauty story. The melody features English notes making it unique if applied to beautiful setting or surroundings such as garden, countryside, tourism or historical monument.

      Daybreak by Jack White

      Solemn background music loop with a Celtic flavor, featuring bagpipes. Great for traditional Middle Age festivals, Medieval England, Scotland's culture, Scottish history, patriotic campaign music, epic-scale historical drama, like Braveheart.

      Baroque Healing by Mark Woollard

      This relaxing piece of music with a touch of medieval baroque will put you in a state of deep relaxation, allowing you to feel calm. Ideal for guided meditations and yoga, this piece of instrumental music is also perfect for healing therapies or as background ambient music in projects involving peaceful, tranquil images or scenes.

      Defeated Hero by SnowMusicStudio

      Full-blown epic composition in medieval baroque style with dramatic mood and bombastic orchestral sound. Similar to Game of Thrones, or The Tudors soundtrack. Excellent soundscape for heroic cinematic plots, war games, opening intro, final triumph, film credits, documentaries about Middle ages, Valhalla heroes, honor, and eternal glory.

      Irish Dance by Geoff Harvey

      Traditional Celt style track featuring traditional Irish instruments such as Irish Fiddle, Dulcimer, Penny Whistle and Tambourine. The tempo is fast and upbeat, with an Irish jig twang making it useful for advertising or TV commercial implying laughter, fun and joy in Ireland. Also suitable for adventure productions, uplifting and incredibly cinematic plots, Medieval castles, knights and fair ladies, etc.

      Nature Spirit by DPmusic

      This is deep and spiritual music with Gregorian choral effects and synth pads featuring. Perfect for meditations, prayers, worships, religious videos, nature views, cinematic landscapes, and many more.

      Tale Harp by Elena Naumova

      A reflective, thoughtful, and tranquil Celtic background music. The harp solo sounds smoothly and gives a sense of peace and quiet. Perfect for cinematic projects, fairy tail narrations, forest elf games, Medieval documentaries, fabulous shimmer, and other project needing an outstanding folk soundscape.

      Gargoyles Of Notre Dame by Alex Grey

      Modern Gothic track. Medieval mood. Gregorian choir mixed with trendy drums and loops.

      Spirit Of The Woods by ihsandincer

      A beautiful, full-sounding orchestral track featuring harp, choir, strings, percussion, and cello. Celtic style. An evocative soundtrack that can be used in many productions, including commercials, TV shows, and film, and for your personal use as background music for your projects.

      Medieval Festival by Brian Holmes

      A fun and jaunty loop featuring guitar, flutes, clarinet, and percussion that gives the feel of being the pomp and festivities of the renaissance and medieval times. Great for games!

      Memorial Day by Jon Wright

      Emotional, powerful orchestral track, conveying respect, honour and dignity. Ideal for trailers, promos, and projects that need a poignant score. An ideal choice for Hollywood productions, epic movie trailer, fairy tales about knights and kingdoms, big scenes and proud patriotic moments, medieval theme video games, or historical documentaries.

      Church Wedding by Emanmusic

      This is a solemn instrumental music track of the wedding ceremony. Background orchestral music for a wedding ceremony, cathedral slideshows, celebration events, award ceremony, advertising and marketing videos, websites, social media, etc.

      Harp Nocturne by Andrea Baroni

      A delicate and dreamy acoustic harp solo. With a medieval and Celtic vibe, it would work really well in a fantasy setting as well. Perfect also for relaxation or meditation, ancient fairy tales, and fantasy books, cinematic goals, medieval film scenes, a beautiful soundscape, authentic performances.

      Kings And Queens Medieval Feast by Ionics Music

      A medieval time happy celebration music suitable for renaissance era, feasts, carnivals and fairy tales scenery. Featuring an acoustic guitar, harpsichord, violin and flutes. Can be used in games and movies with celebrations in the old times when there were kings, queens and court jesters.

      Healing Nature by Premium TraX

      Peaceful, inspiring, and healing ambient music composition similar to Enya. Featuring piano, emotional strings, atmospheric pads and ethereal vocals. Perfect for films, documentaries and videos on the themes of nature, wildlife, peace, relaxation, meditation, yoga and more.

      Medieval Village by Roman Cano

      Medieval and Celtic track featuring harp, nyckelharpa, and flute. Perfect for medieval and fantasy video games and documentaries.

      Ukrainian March by SnowMusicStudio

      Dramatic Ukrainian folk instrumental music with traditional Ukrainian ethnic instruments: bandura, sopilka and timpani. Great for historic films, animations, and presentations where you want to add an authentic mood of Eastern European folklore. Also, it can be used as background music for different types of media projects.

      Celtic Wars by Erick McNerney

      A hypnotic, military bagpipe marching tune. Perfect for video games, video projects, St. Patricks Day events. Ideal for the historical documentary about Medieval Europe, Celts, the culture of Scotland.

      Dawn Before Battle by White Koala Music

      Dramatic and epic medieval soundtrack with an emotional female choir and a strong ancient Nordic feel. Creates a tense atmosphere of the upcoming battle. Includes calm Celtic harp, dramatic cellos, epic brass, powerful battle drums and male battle cries, sword clang, and atmospheric sounds of nature. Suitable for films about the Middle Ages, Vikings games, or dark ancient age film trailers, and where heroic background music is needed.

      Village Festival by SmarTune Music

      Village Festival is a loop with an Irish atmosphere, happy and rhythmic, with authentic strings, flute and violin. Great for rustic, medieval or Celtic style projects.

      Samurai Warrior by Geoff Harvey

      Gamalan and Bansuri Flute create this legendary, slightly epic slow composition designed to convey slow motion scenes for demonstration techniques or battle scenes conveying a medieval, acient legend edge . Very useful for relaxation purposes which may include martial arts or Tai Chi techniques for oriental purposes.

      Open The Gate by Fahmy Isaac

      A cheerful uplifting electronic Celtic track reflects the energy and positive vibes, adds power to any project, good for motivational presentations, documentaries, and soundtracks.

      Our Love by E.L. Mahon

      Simple, nostalgic piano melody played with a sad touch. Suitable for melancholic mood, romantic scenes of medieval life, loneliness, pensive state of mind, etc.

      Royal Family by DPmusic

      This is a classical track in baroque style with harpsichord, oboe, clarinet, horns and strings featuring. Nice music for stylish medieval videos, films, documentaries, royal and ceremonial videos, advertising, historical videos, ancient reconstructions, and many more.

      Town Ranch by Yuri Rozenfeld

      Easy country music mix of banjo, guitars and flutes. Suitable for rustic scenes, medieval folk fest, early morning in the village, countryside life, travel documentaries, nature videos, and any other kinds of multimedia projects.

      Medieval Adventure by Michael Adels

      Epic track with lots of medieval instruments like the hurdy gurdy or dulcimer. Perfect choice for cinematic applications in movies or games.

      Kings And Queens by DPmusic

      Beautiful orchestral classical music with strings, harpsichord, oboe, clarinet and flute featuring. Perfect for historical videos, documentaries, medieval atmosphere, masquerades, royal environment videos, ceremonies, stylish Renaissance videos, or many more.

      Fragile Touch by AG Music

      This music track is made in the style of cinematic, romantic music. The track is perfect for any movie or film project where you need a touch of sadness and yearning, but without fear of losing hope. The sad violin track features a combination of beautiful strings and a solo piano to create that desired atmosphere. The piece ends with a somber main theme which can be used for the most dramatic situations.

      Acoustic Irish Ballad by Eitan Epstein Music

      Acoustic Celtic ballad music in country-folk style. Great for peaceful moments, countryside nature, village life, mini-games for kids, prince and princess, as medieval traditional background and more.

      Dance of the Leprechauns by Geoff Harvey

      Short medieval style jig with Irish Celtic lilt melody. Very upbeat and catchy, with traditional hand clapping Irish styled melody. The instruments used include harmonica, acoustic guitars and mouth organ making it ideal for Irish themed advertising and TV broadcast projects.

      The Forgotten Creek by Mark Woollard

      This is a serene, atmospheric Celtic track. Slow and dreamy, it features distant pipes and drones, with occasional bodhran. It's ideal for many projects, including nature and scenery footage, meditation, relaxation, Medieval history, or holistic treatment.

      Middle Ages by Camilo Castillo

      A celtic, medieval, guitar and harpsichord tune. Inspired for a fantasy rpg game.

      The Greatness Of Egypt by SnowMusicStudio

      Middle Eastern epical and cinematic music track. Perfect for travel videos, adventures movies, middle east and desert background, Arabic videos, desert landscapes, Arabian culture, and Egyptian traditions scenes, Persian or Turkish documentary films, and any videos.

      Predilection by SPMusicGroup

      This on one is a loop for various purposes. Cool as a track for commercial, medieval videos, and parties. Enjoy!

      Morning Pastorale by Elena Naumova

      Very touching melody performed by three flutes. It sounds a bit archaic and medieval. Sounds innocent and very gently.

      Under Celtic Sky by Mark Woollard

      Misty waters swirl along the midnight seas as the haunting melody brings the depths of Celtic land to life. Strings, piano, and harp in unison create a nostalgic image of a world long gone by. This sad music piece makes a perfect track for any history film or drama involving Celtic land's history and culture.

      Medieval Ballad by Erick McNerney

      A folk, Celtic-style guitar and flute piece. Great background music for rural scenes, medieval life, castles, taverns, historical documentaries, distant times and places.

      Funfair Folly by Peter Cook

      All the fun of the fair. An organ led hybrid orchestral any fairground soundtrack that could be used for the real thing, a movie background or as a soundscape for a fun party.

      Medieval Dancing by Erick McNerney

      A dark, strange medieval inspired dance piece. Good for documentaries about Middle Ages, life in castles, the Medieval Period of history, festival of war history reconstruction.

      Royal Ceremony by DPmusic

      This is modern classical ceremonial and celebratory-triumphant music with harpsichord, strings, piano and orchestral instruments leading. This track has great Baroque and Rococo atmosphere with fanfares and solemn mood. This royalty free background music will be perfect for cinematic videos with antique royal environment, ceremonial videos, triumphant and victorious videos, videos in the style of the 17th-18th centuries, historical and documentaries movies, films about medieval Europe and more.

      Bridgerdown Abbey by Jon Wright

      Elegant and uplifting baroque classical music. With chamber strings, harpsichord and recorder. Pizzicato harmonies and chordal cross-strings create an uplifting feeling. This background music evokes a Shakespearean atmosphere, bringing to mind royalty palaces and stately homes. Ideal for films or documentaries about the past, period costume dramas, or historical events.

      Ancient Worlds by Erick McNerney

      A strange, authentically medieval music loop featuring wolf howling sound. Suitable for historical documentaries about ancient world, medieval life, royal castles and distant times.

      Neverending Sadness by Erick McNerney

      Celtic, medieval piece. Perfecting for conveying a strange feeling of sadness, longing and wonder.

      Dawning Forest Healing by Mark Woollard

      A deeply relaxing, ethereal, and slightly melancholy new age track. Ideal for meditation, yoga, spa treatments, counseling, healing practice music and general relaxation. This is a track that can be used to unwind, soothe, and reassuring the listener.

      Medieval Tradition by Ken Nicol

      Quirky and light little guitar playing very simple but emotion-full melodies. Sounds like Medieval times.

      Prelude To Battle by Emanmusic

      This majestic cinematic music can tell a story. Feel the power of epic action behind this dramatic orchestral track. Packed with inspiring melodies, triumphant horns, powerful basses, and percussion rifts. This track is ideal for historical videos, youtube videos, dramatic stories, film scores, trailers, and movie promos.

      Samurai Drums by FabianKreutzerSound

      A dramatic Japanese taiko drum track. Perfect for movies, video games and all media dealing with samurai, ninja, karate and Japanese history.

      The Highlands by Mark Woollard

      A sweeping, majestic track, featuring strings and orchestral drums.Good for bold attention-grabbing productions. Nice soundtrack for movies about Vikings, medieval history of northern countries, conquest of land and exodus.

      Gloria In Excelsis by Raffaele De Leonardo

      The typical "Gloria" in Latin, with mixed choir and full and dramatic orchestration. The poignant character of the piece lends itself to cinematic purposes

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    Medieval times, or the Middle Ages, is a period that spans 1000 years, from the 5th century to the 15th century. It begins with the fall of the Roman Empire and ends with the rise of the Ottoman Empire, merging into the Renaissance period. The music that accompanied this includes very specific types, but due to the lengthy era it covers, is also of different kinds, both vocal and instrumental.

    Early medieval music came through the Church and Christianity. Liturgy within the religion was a traditional communal worship which included ceremonious music. This leads directly on to Gregorian chants, which were vocal-only sacred songs for Roman Catholics. These were originally sung by choirs, and whilst the simple repetitive monotone melodies can be sung alone, they are generally intended as congregational singing, whose structures can become much more complex and intertwined.

    The influence if these psalms is evident both immediately after, in the Renaissance and Baroque periods, and by composers such as Bach and Mozart, and then more recently in entirely different genres. The feelings that Gregorian chants now evoke are both spiritual and unsettling, which are appealing effects for certain sounds. In new-age and world music, this was used seriously, peaking surprisingly with the album Chant by Benedictine Monks, and in extreme music such as heavy metal and techno it was incorporated to evoke an other-worldliness.

    Movies have also used the stereotypical chants for their benefit, particularly in England, where it was affectionately mocked in Monty Python's Holy Grail, and eerily affecting in The Wicker Man.

    Through the medieval period, there was also music played by instruments. The most common when relating to these sounds are woodwinds such as the flute, plucked such as the harp, and strings such the violin. Instrumental music was more likely to be played for secular, or non-religious, purposes. This could be as entertainment for theatre, at a congregation for dance, or at a court performance for aristocracy. The music was often rhythmic improvisations, but as singers were added to the instrumentals over the years, became increasingly structured into songs.

    The influence of these also continues today, less so in popular music, but in genres that respect ancient traditions such as these. Both orchestral classical music and folk music at times use instruments, melodies and techniques from the sounds on the medieval period, and its powerful primitive effect is one that is likely to be harnessed for many years more.

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