Richard Désilets creates universal and accessible music. Open to the world, Richard's compositions contain sounds from multi-ethnic instruments found in ancient Greece, Africa or Asia – as well as modern electronic instruments. One recognizes in his work the influence of worldbeat, jazz, opera, pop, electronic and contemporary music.
Strange, rhythmic and stubborn. This track features a walking acoustic bass that creates a funny yet serious and deep tone. Well suited as a musical character motif in a video game or film project.
A Celtic groove with a 'New-year party/St. Patrick's Day' vibe. The arrangement features: guitar, accordion, fiddle, Irish flute, mandolin, bass and drums. Joyful, celebratory and elegantly restrained.
A Balkanize piece in two sections. First part, lively; second part languorous. This track has a lovely gypsy influence. The arrangement features piano guitar, accordion, saxophone, violin, cimbalom, bass and percussion. Complex, effervescent and spirited.
This track features improvisation for guitar, African flute, Indian rhythm (tabla) and bass. Exotic, bizarre and spacey. This piece is well suited for communicating a sense of coming to a new land with strange ways and unknown mysteries.
A delicate and improvisational piano solo. Cheerful, inquisitive and intricate. This is a great track for underscoring a child's curiosity or giving a scene a sense of quirkiness and movement.
This track has a wonderfully stylish Halloween mood. Based on a hip-hop vibe, this track is evocative of bat soup with frogs eyes. The arrangement features drums, bass, harpsichord, voice, synth and sound effects.
This track conveys a festive feeling of happiness. A wonderful piece for anyone seeking that gypsy/ flamenco style sound. The arrangement includes: guitar, bass, drums, trumpet, flute, string pads, and hands clapping.
An exciting and dynamic interpretation of this famous English Christmas carol with an Asian twist. The arrangement features: shakuhachi, shamizen, koto, pipa, bass and taikodrums. Determined, powerful yet still reverent.
A well-known Christmas carol first performed in Austria on December 24, 1818. The arrangement features celesta, vibraphone, oboe, violin, flute, synth, bass and drums. Smooth, happy and relaxing.