Rosalina in the Observatory - Clarinet Jazz Waltz (The 8-Bit Big Band)
Super Mario Galaxy The Starship Theme jazzified

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Clarinet bad ass Mark Dover is featured in this beautiful arrangement of Rosalina's Observatory from Super Mario Galaxy as an etherial jazz waltz big band version with lush strings and harp! I've always loved this theme from the second I heard it, and it struck me as an amazing way that video game music can pay homage to the great classical composers from years past. Hope you enjoy! Lots of new videos coming your way so be sure to like and subscribe! FULL ALBUMS AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY and BANDCAMP! Instagram ► Twitter ► Spotify ► BandCamp ► Patreon ► "The 8-Bit Big Band" is a 30-65 member Jazz/pops orchestra that formed to celebrate and realize some of the best themes from video game music from all consoles and eras arranged in a large ensemble Jazz/Pop/Rock setting! Blending together timeless musical themes from Nintendo, Sega, Playstation, and more then re-arranging them in genres and styles of all musical inspirations, The 8-Bit Big Band has members from all around the world, but most reside primarily in New York City, and are some of the most highly sought after musicians and performers. Band leader/Arranger/Orchestrated by: @CRosenMusic FULL CREDITS: Clarinet by Mark Dover Alto Sax 1 - Andrew Gould Alto Sax 2 - Josh Plotner Tenor Sax 1 - Sam Dillon Tenor Sax 2 - Steve Kortyka Bari Sax - John DiSanto Oboe/Flute - Steve Lyon Trumpet 1 - Bryan Davis Trumpet 2 - David Neves Trumpet 3 - Max Boiko Trumpet 4 - Danny Jonokuchi Trombone 1 - Rob Edwards Trombone 2 - Jimmy O'Connell Trombone 3 - Javier Nero Bass Trombone - Nick Grinder Bass - Matt Clohesy Piano - Natalie Tenenbaum Guitar - Alex Wintz Drums - Jared Schonig Violins - Josh Henderson, Francensca Dardani, Daniel Constant, Kevin Kuh, Ellie Goodman, Tiffany Weiss, Sita Shay, Meitar Forkosh, Audrey Hayes Violas - Laura Sacks, Sarah Greene, Kenny Wang Cello - Sasha Ono, Susan Mandel Harp - Liann Cline Music by Koji Kondo Arrangements and Production - Charlie Rosen Engineered and Mixed by John Kilgore Mastered by Alan Silverman at Arf Mastering Shot and Edited by Halleloo Productions VFX/Animation by Roger Miller