Composer Aaron J Curtis has music, arrangements, and #1 singles and albums playing on radio and TV in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, the UK, and other countries. His music has been used by Nitro Circus Live, Brokaw Ad Agency (Travelocity TV Ad), Realtime Pictures (Suzuki Braveheart TV Commercial), Mulberry, Passport Scotch, Center for Investigative Reporting, and Balagan (Cirque-style acrobatic group), and much more. Aaron has been trained in Classical, Jazz, and modern piano, and he studied music at Melbourne University.
Aaron's genres include Electronic, Dramatic, Dance, New Age, Classical, Jazz, and many more.
Through the years, his work was used on TV in Carols By Candlelight, Home and Away, Hey Hey It's Saturday, and The Midday Show. Major Oz artists like Peter Andre and Ilanda have also had commercial chart success and many TV debuts using his music arrangements and productions.
Aaron has also performed extensively throughout Australia and parts of Asia alongside Marcia and Denny Hines, Tommy Emmanuel, Human Nature, Color Me Bad, and many others. Most notably, he was part of a popular band who supported James Brown when he came to Melbourne, Australia.
Very lively and jumpy solo accordian song with medium-fast moving, crisp melody line, great for celebrations, games and animations. Think Russian weddings and bar scenes of all sorts, cheering, soldiers going off to war, loud and rowdy. Instrumental, East European, Russia
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