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Hello,

 

I wanted to share with you a playlist of my recent and not so recent scores for short films. For the larger ones I've had the great honor to conduct the Philharmonia Orchestra and the London Symphony Orchestra at Abbey Road and Air Studios and for the chamber music ones I recorded the music in Paris.  Hope you'll enjoy it!

 

 

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I like what I'm hearing! Excellent stuff. Particularly liked Follow, The Chase, The Inspector & The Umbrella, Finale & End Credits and L'Oeuvre du Feu.

 

I see you orchestrated Adenot's La Belle Et La Bête. Nice!

 

Keep us informed if you ever score a feature-length film. ;)

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Thank you very much  for your kind words BloodBoal!

 

Yes I'm credited as an orchestrator on La Belle et la Bête, but to be honest, I just transcribed midi to sheets, the only orchestrator on Pierre Adenot's music is Pierre Adenot :-)

 

Of course, I'll tell the forum if I'm on a feature film!

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2 hours ago, Mathieu said:

Here's a video of my recording with the LSO at Abbey Road for the short movie "L'Hypothèse de la Reine Rouge".

 

 

 

 

hm...unknown name ? short movie ? i'll pass.

 

The same music composed by Williams on a famous blockbuster would undoubtedly generate far more enthusiasm.
Most people look first at the label rather than the content.
What a pity.

 

This piece is great.

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5 hours ago, Jurassic Shark said:

Nice! It reminds me a bit of a part of Victor Reyes' score to Grand Piano.

 

 

Just discovered it, great score !  You mean for the rythmic motif in the beginning ?

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8 hours ago, Mathieu said:

 

 

Just discovered it, great score !  You mean for the rythmic motif in the beginning ?

 

Something about the atmosphere and the busy strings which enter about halfway through.

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