France’s Minister of Culture, Jack Lang, and Maurice Fleuret, a French composer and music journalist, founded this holiday. On the summer solstice in Paris in 1982, they proclaimed a new statement: “Music will be everywhere!“. Saying so, they wanted to provide music to everyone. By organizing free concerts in parks, streets, and other public places, itё became real. Another aim was to encourage amateur musicians to showcase their work to the world.
As Fugue audio stock, we share and follow these principles too. We are happy to encourage both listeners and music makers to share their passion. And we do it for free usage, just ask for a link to our platform in return. Believe me, it’s worth doing so!
There is a variety of different music collected by the right mood, theme, or genre. For a start, I suggest listening to this inspirational playlist:
- Be open to new experiences — WinnieTheMoog
- Hey You — INOD
- Sun City — Phil Anker
- Inspiring Dream — Music Time
- Dream Of The Future — Strawberry Candy
- A New Start — Simon Jomphe Lepine
- Fly Like a Norway Wind — Stereoalex
- Go! – Gvidon
- Beach Party — Media_M
- Bridge — Vermos
Don’t hesitate to use it in your videos. We are happy to share your creative message on our socials.
Wish you luck and a happy World Music Day!
About the author: Lisa Zelenskaya, music producer at Fugue. Passionate about music and media. She explores new genres, styles, and musicians even in her spare time.