A whimsical, cheerful, fun, playful, silly, comical music hall tune written by Theo Bonheur (pseudonym of British composer Charles Rawlings 1858 – 1919) played with the amusing sound of a ‘Fairground Organ’; an interpretation of his ‘March of the Gladiators’.
Excellent for capturing the spirit of the carnival, fairground carousels, the Circus, Clowns, Mime and Slapstick, childhood memories of holidays by the seaside, coconut shy, garden parties, fêtes etc.
Ideally suited for playful, colourful, motivated projects; dancing, advertising of toys, street parties, animation, silent movies, comedy films or sketches, beverages and food, diegetic music for a vintage film, children’s skipping games etc.
Applicable to the creation of advertising of products of Retail, Sweets, Drinks, Clothing, Parties, Silent Film, Nostalgia, Memorabilia, Seaside Souvenirs, Antiques etc. Also suitable for children’s dance, theatre, podcast or animation.
Fairground Organ 3:45
In Wav and high quality MP3 format.