Royalty Free Gospel Music

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Cool corporate pop and funky music track, perfect for your business projects. Also good for comedy spy show, casino and gambling, hip urban commercials, bank heist, private eye scenes, caper story, cooking TV and online show, program, travel and vacation visuals, a soundtrack for films, and more. Featuring piano, electric piano, bass, electric guitars, old-school groovy drum beat, funky brass and horns.
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Cheerful and happy music track driven by acoustic piano, electric guitar lead, human stomps and claps. This bright music theme is great addition to your 'hard sale' TV advertising or commercial, 'Black Friday' promo, Christmas greeting card, or anything else where happiness, positivity or motivation required.
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Light acoustic music, very soulful and relaxed. The Drums play a simple groove with a large ambient and the piano play gospel chards. This music is simple and will be great for credits, background music and easy listening music
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Emotional inspiring sentimental track. Consists of piano, orchestral strings, flute, soft drums. Good solution for spiritual projects, eternal love, images of happiness, charity, mercy and grace, family and children. Enjoy!
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A piano and bass passage with a Gospel feel.
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An ambient, nostalgic electric piano piece, filled with longing and sadness. It has a certain vintage quality, adding to it's nostalgic qualities. Created with custom made samples.
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This is motivational, energetic, driving and rhytmic corporate track, with active, dynamic drum beat,claps, bass and piano sounds. Confident and inspiring but in the same time energetic and bold.
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Epic, orchestral music ideal for corporate, ceremonial events, TV, film, documentary and cable productions needing supporting music soundtrack.
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An happy upbeat, bouncy & joyful track great for something motivational.
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It is widely accepted that gospel music originated in the 17th century from Christian churches. The sound incorporates hand clapping, call and response, vocal forefront, strong melody, and evokes a celebratory, joyous feel. This was traditionally as a way of praising their Lord, and its religious connotations continue to this day, though the music is now used also to purely create this sound and emotion, both artistically and commercially.

Gospel music came out of African beginnings in Southern America, and is still mostly made by the black community, despite having widened to be enjoyed by many diverse people throughout the world. Early writers and singers of these hymns after they were termed gospel in the 19th century included Philip Bliss and Ira D Sankey.

The sound grew out of the churches, onto radios and into theatres in the early 20th century. The audience reacted positively to these large performances by vocal choirs, relating humanly to a religious experience. Since then, the two strands of gospel music have co-existed amicably alongside one another; the aesthetic listening pleasure of the tuneful rhythm, harmony and soul, and the heartfelt, God-worship outpouring of many of the songs lyrics.

The genre developed further into other types of gospel music; there became gospel blues, incorporating the blues guitar and rasping vocals with gospel traditions; bluegrass infused gospel into its white celtic origins; later, soul music borrowed heavily from gospel inspirations and country music shared its evangelical preaching; and now rock, dance, and most genres, regularly add gospel backing singers to create the desired feel to tracks which in themselves may be far removed from the traditional church music, but remains similar to its emitted emotions.

Playlists of today demonstrate what the wider public view is for favourite examples of gospel music, from its birth to the modernday. Each has wildly different offerings, taking in traditions and moving through many interpretations in several genres inspired by gospel, but popular inclusions are Take My Hand Precious Lord by Thomas A Dorsey, Move On Up A Little Higher by W Herbert Brewster, Peace In The Valley by Elvis Presley, and Oh Happy Day by Edwin Hawkins.

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