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.
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.
A bizarre rock track with guitar riffs, lead guitar solos, running bass and a groovy drum beat punctuated with brass. Energetic, exciting, and playful. This track is well suited for underscoring automotive content/programming.
Genre(s):Children / Cartoons, Lively, Pop Rock, Rock
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.