BPM 165: A fun and festive full Dixieland band with drums, tuba, trombone, piano, acoustic guitar and tenor banjo, with clarinet and trumpet solos. Sounds like a party on Bourbon Street! This piece is also great for Children's programs.
The most famous ragtime piano song by Scott Joplin, recorded with a real upright jazz piano in order to preserve the natural color of that old Jazz sound. Features a club recording environment and a very dynamic playing, where soft parts alternate with joyful, hammering notes. Perfect for funny videos, vintage, old fashioned or cheerful contents, cartoons, trailers or films for kids. Carefree and jazzy, this song is guaranteed to spice up and give fuel to any video production!
BPM 130: A lively jazz track with a dance feel. Four saxophones, vibraphone and bass make up the arrangement. A dynamic track that is sure to engage the listener.
BPM 114: Providing a lounge atmosphere, this tune fits right in at an exclusive jazz club. Instrumentation includes electric piano, electric guitar and electronic sounds. Hip, trendy and urban.
BPM 106: A lounge/jazzy song with a beautiful melody on piano and guitar. Well suited for general background music. The guitar solo is the highlight in this piece!
BPM 115: A melodic lounge track. Mix of electro beats samples and real piano. The mid part features a groovy piano solo. Breaks and build ups punctuate the whole track. Very present, smooth and dreamy.
BPM 114: This live and groovy Latin track comes with jazz/funk influences. The piece features piano, bass, flute and percussion. A wonderful piece for highlighting nightlife or a vibrant and culture rich location.
BPM 90: A lounge atmosphere piece with soft piano and jazzy chords. Synth bass, piano and drums loops fill out the arrangement. Trendy, elegant and intricate.
BPM 105: Loaded with groovy brazilian percussions, funky cuban saxophone and trumpet this track also feature guitar, bass and cuica. This very unique piece is well anchored in traditions as well as being linked to modern music concepts and groove.
BPM 182: An alternative fanfare with trumpet, trombone, saxophone, drums, and sousaphone. Fun, fast and crazy. This track has a lot of character and would fit well in a slap stick comedy or as music for an animated title sequence of a retro themed show.
BPM 77: A melodious jazz ballad with flute, guitar, bass, keyboard, drums. This track definitely sounds like easy listening material. A great piece for setting the listener at ease.
Take a walk on a beautiful sunny day with this track. Smooth, elegant and playful. Well suited for any silent film or period pieces taking place in the early twentieth century.
BPM 128: Upbeat, jazzy and dynamic. This jazzy electronic groove has a driving rhythm and exciting melody played on the keys. Versatile and fun.
BPM 111: A jazzy blues arrangement with tenor saxophone, soprano sax, trumpet, trombone, piano, guitar, double bass, and drums. Reminiscent of the vintage years of jazz, this track has a 'good old days' vibe to it. Classy, cool and laid back.
BPM 103: A live groovy Latin track with jazz/funk influences. The piece features piano, bass, flute and percussion. This track would be a great mood setter for flushing out the spirit and life of a city and its nightlife.
BPM 196: Happy, positive, and lively. This old jazz song features drum brushes, double bass, acoustic rhythm guitar and a melodic theme on top a solo guitar. Evocative of a clothing commercial where people are laughing in fine clothes as they tour Europe on a scooter.
A catchy and jazzy waltz for cartoons, animated projects and comedies. The polka style gives this a subtle gypsy feel that could also work well in projects that incorporate a dash of the odd and bizarre. Dark, quirky, and unique.
BPM 140: Uplifting, stylish and modern. This upbeat jazzy track features a driving horn section and break beat style rhythm. Well suited for chase scenes or montages.