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Childrens Music & Comedy
Pizzicato cellos tip toe through a veil of shimmering strings and mystical, elfin-like flute lines in this engaging mid tempo orchestral interlude. Perfect for underscoring narratives or commercials, the track draws a metaphor between a dark forest and life's winding journey. The track is divided into interchangeable segments with 1 bar gaps so that it can be easily edited to suit durations. Both witty and dark in equal measures, the track is similar in style and instrumentation to An Unfortunate Incident.
This lively & mischievous filmic sounding leitmotif builds from quizzical phrases into busy, bustling orchestration that hurries along with occasional humorous hesitations. Evoking excitement & magic or the busy drudgery of the working day. Matched in style & character to other Elliot Simon’s tracks, Another Lovely Day, The Secret Path, A Midnight Symphony, Hotel Tango and An Unfortunate Incident.
A big bass drum, tuba, accordian & piano set out the 3-4 rhythm for a memorable melody line in this jaunty bohemian waltzer. Burlesque, boisterous and gloriously chubby. If you like this you may also like the Michael Stephen Decker tracks 'An Unfortunate Incident' and 'Carnaval De Paris'.
This amusing & magical leitmotif features lively pizzicato cellos as they tip toe towards a marching Mariachi trumpet line that vanishes into thin air, only to be replaced again by the creeping, mischievous cellos. Hotel Tango is matched in style & character to the other Elliot Simon’s tracks, Another Working Day, The Secret Path, A Midnight Symphony and An Unfortunate Incident.
With a bright & jaunty skip in the step, this mischievous romp pays homage to the golden age of whacky comedy film scores while still remaining ironic & contemporary sounding. The memorable hookline makes it a fun motif for radio & TV ads, cartoons, short films & games. Similar in style & sentiment to Michael Stephen Decker’ ‘An Unfortunate Incident’, ‘Another Working Day’ and ‘A Midnight Symphony’.