|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Heart Of The Universe||10||Audio||1984||CNR Records|
|2||Le Carnaval Des Animaux||12||Audio||1978|
|3||Le Carnaval Des Animaux||12||Audio||1978||Ariola|
|4||Heart Of The Universe||10||Audio||1984||CNR Records|
|5||Heart Of The Universe||10||Audio||2001||Not On Label|
|6||Heart Of The Universe||10||Audio||1984||CNR Records|
Ton Scherpenzeel (Hilversum, Netherlands 6 August 1952–) is a keyboardist who was a founding member of the Dutch rock band [a=Kayak], together with [a=Pim Koopman] and [a=Max Werner] whom he met whilst at the Hilversum Muziek Lyceum (Hilversum Music Grammar School).
His first solo album (1978) was an adaptation of Le carnaval des animaux by noted French classical music composer Camille Saint-Saëns.
In 1980, Ton wrote the score for the Dutch movie Spetters, featuring Rutger Hauer.
His second solo album, 'Heart of the Universe' (with Chris Rainbow), came in 1984.
Subsequent to Kayak, Ton became the keyboardist of [a=Camel], a British progressive rock band. He also played several years with Earth & Fire.
He also wrote almost all music for the songs in the shows of Dutch comedian Youp van 't Hek.