Steve Openshaw

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I love music of all kinds, I play violin, piano and guitar and I sing in my band (The Purple Corns). At the moment, my stock music portfolio is mostly classical, but I also create music for film through a film production company which I run with my wife.
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Liszt - Liebestraum No.3

The hugely famous and popular piano classic by Franz Liszt. The 3rd Liebestraum is conceived from a poem titled “O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst” (O love, as long as love you can) written by the German poet Ferdinand Freiligrath. The German word Liebesträume means “Love Dream” and Liszt’...

Technological Wonders

An uplifting track with a feeling of wonderment and a tech setting. Features synth bass, marimba, pizzicato strings and drums.

Rising Dark

A dark and brooding piano piece with a haunting tone and cinematic cello and violin accompaniment. It comprises of two parts: a lively, intense fast triplet arpeggio section; and a slower, more measured and reflective section. The piano, violin and cello combine to make a timbre full of drama and s...

Children's Story Time

A short episode intro style theme tune with a child-like nature. orchestral woodwind instruments feature in this quirky tune.

Cartoon Jungle

A short episode intro style theme tune with a child-like nature. It features African percussion and a marimba.

Bumbling Buffoon

Comedy style introductory music, ideally suited for web episode/videos featuring brass and wind instruments.

Joplin - The Entertainer

The famous and popular piano composition by the American ragtime composer Scott Joplin. This version is played straight on a Bosendorfer grand piano. Often used in silent movies of old, and also for comedy projects. it is a happy and upbeat tune with a jazzy deep south feel.

Joplin - Maple Leaf Rag

The famous and popular Maple Leaf Rag by American composer Scott Joplin played on a Bosendorfer grand piano. Great for that ‘silent movie’ kind of sound. This version is played straight, at 112BPM.

Debussy - Clair de Lune

The ultra famous popular classic from Achille Claude Debussy’s Bergamasque Suite. It comes from the Impressionist movement of music, written sometime between 1890 and 1905 and takes its name from the poem by Paul Verlaine. It is an intensely passionate, soft, expressive and romantic piano piece w...

Beethoven - Pathetique Piano Sonata No.8

My rendition of the second movement (Adagio Cantabile) of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 8. It is a romantic and cinematic piece. Classy, elegant and popular classical music.

J.S. Bach - Prelude No.1 in C Major

A solo piano arrangement of the famous and popular Prelude No.1 in C Major from Johann Sebastian Bach’s ‘Well Tempered Clavier’ Collection. It is also famous because of Charles Gounod who composed a melody for the Latin prayer Ave Maria and set set it to Bach’s prelude. (Not to be confused w...

J.S. Bach - Toccata and Fugue in D Minor

The famous and popular classical piece by Johann Sebastian Bach performed on pipe organ. It is a rich, dark and beautifully intricate piece that is known around the world for its horror-like tone. The Toccata has been infamously used to great effect to denote doom, death and the funeral, whilst the ...

Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Spring

An orchestral version of the Allegro movement from the immensely popular and famous violin concerto no.1 ‘Spring’ by Italian composer and virtuoso violinist Antonio Vivaldi. It depicts a meadow in spring with voices of birds chirping and the jollity of the season, but also illustrates a darker s...

Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Autumn

This is an abridged arrangement of the first movement of Antonio Vivaldi’s famous Violin Concerto No.3 ‘Autumn’ from the concerto group ‘The Four Seasons’. Here it is arranged for chamber orchestra including 4 violins, 3 Violas, 3 Cellos, Double Bass and Harpsichord. It is a very popular...

Rossini - The Thieving Magpie - Overture

The finale of the overture from Gioachino Rossini’s famous melodrama ‘La Gazza Ladra' (English: 'The Thieving Magpie') arranged for philharmonic orchestra. A popular classic which was famously used in Stanley Kubrick’s film ‘A Clockwork Orange’.

Purcell - Abelazer - Rondeau

Movement 2: Rondeau from Henry Purcell’s incidental music for the Aphra Behn play ‘Abdelazer’ or ‘The Moor’s Revenge (Z 570), written in 1695. It is a famous and popular baroque era piece, made famous in modern times by Benjamin Britten when he used it for his ‘The Young Person’s Guid...

Ponchielli - Dance of the Hours - Dawn

A short ballet piece from the famous Opera La Gioconda by Amilcare Ponchielli arranged for small orchestra. A lively joyful piece used in many TV adverts and the Disney film Fantasia. It’s light and fun and very popular.

Mouret - Fanfare Rondeau

An orchestral version of Jean-Joseph Mouret’s popular and famous Fanfare-Rondeau, from his first Suite of Symphonies. This arrangement is for a full orchestra playing the main theme with an emphasis on trumpets and the brass section. First chairs play the interludes. The fanfare is used to signi...

Handel - The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba

The famous Sinfonia at the beginning of Act III from the oratorio ‘Solomon’ by George Frideric Handel. This popular baroque piece is arranged here for string quintet and two oboes. Because of the small ensemble and acoustics, this track has an intimate ‘chamber orchestra’ sound.

Grieg - Peer Gynt - Morning Mood

The very popular and famous piece, written by Edvard Grieg for the Norwegian play ‘Peer Gynt’ by Henrik Ibsen. It was then selected by Grieg to be the first movement of his ‘Peer Gynt Suite No.1’. It is an iconic piece that has been used in countless movies and cartoons. It has been used to...

Grieg - Peer Gynt - In the Hall of the Mountain King

The very popular and famous piece, written by Edvard Grieg for the Norwegian play ‘Peer Gynt’ by Henrik Ibsen. It was then selected by Grieg to be the final movement of his ‘Peer Gynt Suite No.1’. This version is arranged for a full orchestra. It begins with a dark and brooding tone and slo...
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