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There are many options available to you.
There are various buyout libraries for sale – some good, some not – everywhere from very cheap ($20 and up on eBay) to reasonable ($99 StackTraxx from Digital Juice – much less if you wait for their deals) to expensive (I’ve seen libraries being sold for $thousands).
There are also programs that will generate royalty free music at the lengths you nee – I have both Sonic Fire Pro and CineScore and use them both. There is also a package called Band-In-A-Box which sounds a bit hokey at first but I know someone who uses it and if you understand music (specifically can identify chord progressions) you can get some amazing stuff from it.
I’m sure more folks will chime in with their suggestions – Do a search here for roaylty free music and I’m sure you’ll also find more links.