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100th birthday of Marcel Marceau

Marcel Marceau (1923-2007) is the most famous pantomime of all time. The tragi-comic clown in a striped top and with a face painted white was also known to the public as "Bip". 100 years ago, on March 22, 1923, he was born in Strasbourg, France. Photo: Shutterstock

Tracks (19)

  1. Family Affairs UBM 2457

    Lively retro track with piano, trumpet, tuba, drums and clarinet. Great for busy scenes like a circus, fair, parade or variety show.

  2. Buffoon One UBM 2321

    Old-fashioned piano melody for scenes of childhood, pets, circus or the varieté. Like the soundtrack for a film from the 1920s or 1930s.

  3. Short Winter UBM 2285

    A light, yet strong, flowing, passionate piece. Instrumented with beautiful piano and cello segments. Very well suited for historical and artistic topics, history documentaries and radio programs about the beginning of the 20th century.

  4. Cold Sunday UBM 2417

    This waltz for accordion and clarinet, inspired by French cinema, sounds thoughtful and tender. It is the perfect background for nostalgic film scenes and sophisticated portraits.

  5. Merry-Go-Round UBM 2476

    The child detectives embark on a fantastic search for clues about a mysterious case. Curious, childish, optimistic.

  6. Clown Parade UBM 2456

    The clowns are in town! Happy, percussive track for children's programs and entertainment formats.

  7. Acoustic Swing 2 UBM 2280

    Jazz, lively, lively. For casino scenes, heist movies or cultural programs.

  8. Swing Time ARTFCD39

    Stylish big band swing

  9. Arlette Mon Amour UBM 2342

    Graceful waltz for piano, violin and accordion, playing variations on the main theme.

  10. Lest We Forget UBM 2236

    Neo-classical piece with strings, flutes and acoustic guitar for cultural features and sophisticated documentaries.

  11. A Cortazar En Rayuela UBM 2252

    Melancholic solo piano piece that makes you contemplate. Lonely, regretting and sad.

  12. The Next Dance UBM 2328

    Playful, light-hearted, slightly ironic ball dance tune. Nostalgic instrumentation and very positive, comical mood.

  13. Stummfilmpiano UBM 2194

    Cheerful slapstick music from the silent film era. Solo piano.

  14. Boogie Lazy UBM 2333

    Laid-back piano blues that sounds like straight from a Chicago bar. Cool, easy, relaxed.

  15. Do You Mind If I Smoke UBM 2252

    Swinging, light sound as you know it from a jazz bar. bass and piano. The ending sounds surprisingly dramatic.

  16. Cinema UBM 2101

    adagio, very sincere piece, little warm, but with sadness, just a silent movie

  17. Smooth Moves UBM 2276

    Relaxed, jazzy track for late night programs or heist movies.

  18. Swing Strip UBM 2129

    Short cut opener/trailer for television, commercials & cinema