Please scroll down to hear examples of different genres (songs, instrumentals, orchestral, choral, brass and music for children.)
Clearing Up: A breakup song in acoustic style with piano, drums, guitar bass and exquisite female vocals.
Brazilian Attack: A Latin salsa influenced song with great dance potential.
Cheeky Sharpener: A funky, jazzy, lively track with a strong bass line and solid beat.
Arkadienn Rhythm: Flute, trombone, guitar, harp and percussion join for this folk/world track.
Closing Circle: A jazzy, smoke filled bar/downbeat detective type track with a couple of contrasting double tempo sections.
Told You So: A reflective introduction and ending bookend a track with a travelling feel.
Received Wisdom: cool and distant, a track that creates an expectant mood.
Looking Back: A slightly nostalgic, after the event feel dominates with a little classical hint in the link section.
Fanfare and Hymn for Olympus: Heroic and grand.
A Brief Introduction: An introduction track in the style of a news programme.
Lest We Forget: A hymn of remembrance.
Song: a plantive folk song with carillon section for trombones.
Dance: A contrasting partner track to Song – a lively and punchy, driving feel.
Music for Children
The Grumpy Zookeeper’s Song: A repeated chorus frames this song about an overworked zookeeper and the problem animals in his care.
Get Down on the Farm: A musical activity for children based on dancing farm animals and a repeated chorus.
All Week Long: A days of the week song.