Scuttling, scuffling, scrambling rodents! Those cheeky, pesky vermin have invaded Neville Pendlebrook’s pantry. They are after his cheese and they will not be stopped. Rats and mice unite in their singular evil cause. To swipe the gorgonzola from right under his nose. What’s a man to do? They run up and down his cupboards and scurry along his kitchen floor, looking for their tasty and delicious treat.
This is a fun, quick, energetic piano piece in a silly classical, children’s play and nursery rhyme, story book style. Although I had mice and their love of cheese in mind it could also be used for many other projects. Anything requiring a busy, work like theme. Great for ants and other creepy crawlies. Building things and making things. Baking cakes and generally being productive and in a hurry! Buzzing busy bumble bees making honey and the like…maybe even a jolly old pirate theme as it has a slight nautical twist in there too. It’s pretty versatile I think, with a wacky, playful and cheerful nature.
Track length: 3:30