C. Sauvage*, R. Roger*, N. Nardini* ‎– Circus Parade

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LEW 0557 C. Sauvage* Circus Parade(LP, Album) Flower LEW 0557 Italy Unknown Sell This Version

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beatflip

beatflip

October 3, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

Not nearly as cool as the other two reviewers say. It's just common circus music, completely forgettable, if it wasn't for those two outstanding tracks, "Les Ours Savants" and "Karate".

ALlama

ALlama

October 12, 2014

Wow, where to start with this one. Basically, it's circus-inspired music by a few of the masters of library music. Only incredible composers such as Camille Sauvage, Nino Nardini and Roger Roger could make circus music interesting, and they certainly do on this LP.

It's hard to describe exactly what style of music this. Most of the times it sounds like big band jazz, other times it's more experimental in nature. There are even some tracks that feature electronic effects and synthesizers. Lots of driving rhythms, blaring horns, sound effects, great use of a full orchestra, etc.

It's certainly one of the most unique library LPs I've come across. Highly recommended for fans of fun and interesting music!