I looked up recently to find that, due to the generosity and notions of folly by some wonderful people like Paul Gagne and the great folks at Weston Woods Studio-- not to mention my late pal John Jennings who introduced us--I've a panoply of these giddy and somewhat garrulous works of (mostly) lighthearted themes that served originally to underscore fabulous animated versions of award winning children's books for Scholastic.

Here are a handful. If you or someone you know would like to inquire after the productions for classroom or home, you may do so Here  

WARNING: These pieces are scored for action that is fluid and ever changing. It doesn't stay in one foot-tapping place for long. They can be exciting, though!

The scores are created and recorded lovingly and feature some deft and inspired playing by some pretty amazing musicians in the Washington, DC and Pioneer Valley, MA areas: Bruno Nasta, Chris Watling, Seth Kibel, Ralph Gordon, Jeffrey Holmes, Frank Newton, David Trenholm to name but a few.

It's occasionally a hoot to play one while driving about on your errands. It will transfer the mundane world into a bouncy cartoon adventure, and you're the star! Try it--you'll see the world a wee bit differently!

Hey, all you characters...Thanks!

 

~JC