A Saxy AirBach's famous "Air On A G String" in an arrangement for classical saxophone quartet (soprano, alto, tenor and bari sax) with a jazzy surprise towards the end.
Chorale FantasiaA piece in the style of J. S. Bach for baroque orchestra and SATB choir with a boys choir singing the chorale. Reminiscent of the beginning of his Matthew Passion or his Mass in B Minor.
Hard RouteContemporary electronic/blues/rock track with a moody feel. Rhythm guitar throughout with a procesed beat and blues harmonica at 1:00.
Keywords: Aboriginal, Blind Lemon, Brokeback Mountain, Conspiracy, Crime, CSI, Distorted, Downtown, Dramatic, Early America, European Films, Garage Band, German, Grinding, Hellraiser, In Bruges, Journey, Kruder & Dorfmeister, Landscape, Massive Attack, Midwest America, Morcheeba, Outback, Portishead, Terror Squad, Tribal
Sunday EucharistA typical SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) choral track in the style of J. S. Bach. Begins with a cappella, then brass section, and finally choir and organ with a very smooth ending.
The Imperial SuiteA vivid chamber piece in the style of Georg Friedrich Handel, with strings and woodwind. Alternate version with a solo harpsichord.
Keywords: 1800, Banquet, BBC, Beethoven, Birthday, British, Castle, Christmas Eve, Concerto, Country Estate, Dinner, Edinburgh, England, Europe, Exclusive, Fashion, G F Handel, German, Grandiose, Haydn, History, J S Bach, Joyful, London, Majesty, Melodic, Mozart, Renaissance, Rich, Royal Courts, String Quartet, Stylish, Triumphant, Vibrant, Vivaldi, Wedding
The Royal SuiteA baroque tune in the style of G. F. Handel with strings, woodwind and harpsichord. Think stately homes and Royal Courts.
Keywords: 1800, Banquet, BBC, Castle, Christmas Eve, Colonial Times, Concerto, Country Estate, Dinner, England, Europe, Exclusive, Fashion, G F Handel, German, Gluck, Grandiose, Haydn, History, J S Bach, London, Majesty, Mozart, Party, Renaissance, Royal Courts, String Quartet, Vibrant, Vivaldi, Wedding
Wendy's FugueA short four part counterpoint in the style of J. S. Bach, played with Moog Synthesizers. Resembles the interpretations of Baroque music by Wendy Carlos in the early 1970s.