Need fun, peppy, familiar-sounding music -- instead of original music -- to catch the ear? Music Boutique is the perfect solution! All of these songs are well-known and in the public domain (PD). Many tracks feature lengths of 90, 60, 30, and 15 seconds with various instrumentation and mixes to custom-fit each project.
Tracey and Vance Marino have music in the Disney/Touchstone Pictures film "The Last Song," by Nicholas Sparks, starring Miley Cyrus and Greg Kinnear, as well as in TV shows like "Little Miss Perfect," "Man v. Food," "MyDestinationTV," and a popular daytime TV talk show and its affiliates. Please visit their other artist pages here on line: "Christmas Music Boutique," "Wedding Music Boutique," "Spooky Music Bootique," and their artist site, "Tracey and Vance Marino," which is a collection of their original music.
Custom artwork of a Paris street scene, titled "Musique Boutique," was done in acrylics by San Diego Artist Richard L. Weddleton, Tracey's father.
This nostalgic song is a New York City favorite. It was even considered the city's theme song at one time. Written in 1894, it's still heard today in shows and commercials. This version features a honky tonk, ragtime-style piano. Instrumental, Folk, Traditional Folk
This song was a favorite during the Tin Pan Alley era. Written in 1902, it's still heard today in shows and commercials. This version features a honky tonk, ragtime-style piano. Great for western saloon scenes -- but please, don't shoot the piano player! Instrumental, Folk, Traditional Folk
Also known as "Banjo On My Knee," this song by Stephen Foster is associated with the California Gold Rush in the mid-1800s. This version features an old, upright, honky tonk saloon piano. The song was popular in minstrel shows around the turn of the century. Instrumental, Folk, Traditional Folk
Also known as "Banjo On My Knee," this song by Stephen Foster is associated with the California Gold Rush in the mid-1800s. This version features a banjo (of course!) with an old, upright piano, and a "boing, boing" jaw harp. The song was popular in minstrel shows around the turn of the century. Instrumental, Folk, Traditional Folk
The translation of this Jewish folk song is, "May this be a good sign and good fortune" or "congratulations!" and is played at weddings, anniversaries, or any other joyous celebrations. This peppy instrumental version features piano and clarinet in D minor. Great for Passover, Seder Dinner, Purim. Instrumental, Folk, Jewish Folk
This lilting, traditional Jewish hymn in 3/4 waltz time, based on Psalm 133, is done on Shabbat feasts. The Hebrew is loosely translated, "How good and pleasant it is when we live together in harmony." This version features piano and clarinet in the key of D Minor. Instrumental, Folk, Jewish Folk
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