Melancholy solo piano. Mysterious piano waltz accompanied by oom-pah piano chords. Builds anticipation with swells in volume and tempo, Searching, suspenseful and sad, sounding slightly French, Amélie-like, in a quirky European style.
Melancholy solo piano track. Gentle oom-pah chord progression under a searching, emotional melody. Builds with repeated piano phrases, blossoming passionately. Romantic, nostalgic and hopeful, Paris in September…mood music for a romantic encounter on a rainy day in Autumn.
Melancholy solo piano. Amélie-style minor oom-pah chords, growing in intensity and embellishment throughout the track. Another line of piano plays a lyrical melody above the regular chords. An energetic chorus brings a modulation and intricate break. Back to opening chords for a finish. Emotional and wretched, yet passionate, would suit an advert or TV scene requiring Gallic charm and impulsive, reckless emotion.
‘Underscore’ version features chords only, no melody line.
Bouncy piano and brass track. Two distinct moods in one piece. Slow, atmospheric piano section begins, before taking us on a rollicking ride on a gypsy caravan, bursting into playful oom-pah-pah piano, trumpet and double bass section with humorous vocal ‘hups’ and ‘moos’. A drum break, then piano solo with hyperactive ascending piano trills and a brass accompaniment. Ends on the thoughtful, wistful slow section once again. Pensive at first then jolly, brash and fun, would suit an advert with a distinct change in mood, from sophisticated European philosophising to a crazy Balkan farm party where the goat is driving a tractor into a barn full of chickens and trumpets.
Slapstick orchestral romp with humorous sound effects. Oom-pah rhythm underpins snatches of playful woodwind melody. This jaunty rollercoaster careers through snatches of percussion, brass and strings. Happy, quirky, ramshackle but slick, the perfect soundtrack to a slapstick pastiche of old movies or cartoons, in an advert or TV/Film setting.
Country violin instrumental with piano. Violin, oom-pah bass and drums and tinkling piano to start. Slide guitar introduced for a solo. Wistful violin returns. Sentimental, warm and wholly nostalgic, harking back to a bygone time, would suit an advert that’s keepin’ it country, or a TV/Film moment of cheesy reverie.