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  1. His name is Abel Korzeniowski. He is a polish composer, he has done a few well-received scores here and now he has been making his way in the US. So far he's been working on rather small-budget/independent movie, but his latest project, Tom Ford's A Single Man , mainly due to Colin Firth's award-winning role, may earn some recognition, and so may the music (it's already mentioned as a possible contender for the award season this fall). Korzeniowski's style is minimalistic when it comes to melodic lines, but at the same time he doesn't refrain from using rich orchestral palette. Here are some of the clips from his various scores (from his website - so they are legal): A Single Man - Sunset Battle of Terra - Journey through Space Confessions of a GoGo Girl - Especially You Fritz Lang's Metropolis - Symphony of Fear (trailer suite) If you like it, I recommend you to check out his web site. Under every project of his there are always cues to listen (often 5 or 6, which - in case of smaller movies - is perhaps the whole score).
  2. Amazon has the cover art now Amazon UK (Release date October 7th): http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00CZ1TMWE/ Amazon US (release date October 18th): http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CZ1TMWE/
  3. Hey guys, This is a pretty short review for a short score. Enjoy! http://music-muse.com/2013/02/28/escape-from-tomorrow-abel-korzeniowski/
  4. Hey guys, I hope some of you have all took the opportunity to listen to this beautiful score. It was a pretty tricky review to write (and its not just because of the name!). Here goes: http://musicmusekk.wordpress.com/2012/01/13/w-e-abel-korzeniowski/ Criticism and feedback is much appreciated! Anyone else heard the score? - KK
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