Slow jazz ballad performed by a quartet of clarinet, lead guitar, rhythm guitar and bass. The soft melody seems downbeat but it is really coy or shy in it's approach. Wonderful incidental music for a reflective romantic scene.
Erik Satie - Gymnopédies: No. 3. Arranged and recorded with real live orchestra.
A constant piano riff motif combined with simple and repetitive percussion accompaniment create an automated backdrop for a sax to improvise and create new lines over the top of the mechanical nature of this track.
Solo clarinet bathed in reverb gives a spacious and a slightly melancholic ambience to this emotive track. Lonely reflection surrounds you as the melodies and phrases quietly weave their way through the ether to join you.
A light orchestral track featuring pizzicato strings and low clarinet. Sneaking around comes to mind, as does the somewhat cliché 'up to no good' feeling, or 'clumsy oaf' vibe, but with a light and cheeky feel.
A clarinet melody gives the sense of a subtle yet grand procession to this up-tempo track. A feeling of historical literature and events allows this piece to flourish with the thoughts of old situations and romantic endeavours.
A toe tapping, feelgood, happy, classic jazz band track, Could be historical, say, 1920-1960, but really is just as current today, Timeless acoustic jazz band sound featuring brush drums, acoustic bass, piano, with trumpet and clarinet alternating solos.
Jazz quartet of alto sax, piano, bass and drums drive forward in this energetic be-bop piece. Up-tempo and upbeat, the piano and bass provide a constant pattern to give a very mechanical and industrial feel whilst the sax solos creatively over the top.
Laid back music merging jazz and lounge style genres. A clarinet with a sweet melody then proceeds to solo to the swinging rhythm. Electric piano and walking bass provide subtle backing in this medium tempo track of sophistication.