A bouncy ragtime song with piano and saxophone that takes you back to the beginning of the 20th century. The main version is 51 seconds long, perfect for an advertising spot or a cartoon / animation. It has an exuberant, excited feel and is sure to bring a smile to your face as your thoughts think about old silent cinema film.

In the style of vintage jazz music like Scott Joplin or old Disney cartoons / Mickey Mouse music. Also similar to the wonderful music used in the video game Cuphead, written by Kristofer Maddigan.

1. Original version – 00:51 (0:00-0:51)
2. Seamless loop – 45 seconds – (0:51-2:23 )

It works well in a funny / cute video game, a photo album slideshow / collage with a humorous touch or in a commercial / advert. It could even work as a TV show theme or as a longer logo / intro / outro for a YouTube channel / video. Also quirky corporate.

I also included a loopable version (without the ending) so you can extend it to any desirable length. In the preview, I show the loop being looped once, so you can see how perfectly it loops. Check the preview file at 1:37 for the loop point.

In the preview:

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