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  1. C6045 Caldera Records is proud to present Zbigniew Preisner’s score for the motion picture “Man of God” from 2021, directed by Yelena Popovic. Popovic’s biopic chronicles the most turbulent years in the life of a man who had made it his mission to serve others and improve the conditions of those in need: Saint Nektarios. Popovic’s film shows how Nektarios helps the poor and destitute, provoking three objectors within the church turn to the bishop’s patriarch Sophronios. No longer wiling to hide their anger at Nektario’s servitude towards sinners and harlots, his enemies claim he will bankrupt the church and usurp the patriarchy. Without trial, Nektarios is convicted and exiled from Egypt in 1891. Particularly because of his deep love for Greece, its culture and people, Zbigniew Preisner was delighted to score “Man of God” – and agreed to do so without having read the script. From the beginning, it was clear to Preisner he wanted to use a choir – a Byzantine one. After some searching, he collaborated with the Choir of Chanters, “The Maestros of the Psaltic Art” (?? ?a?st??e? t?? ?a?t???? ??????), one of the most famous Byzantine Choirs. Following their collaboration of “Valley of Shadows”, Zbigniew Preisner and Lisa Gerrard worked together again. The latter recorded her sung parts – written by her – in Australia. Furthermore, Preisner felt it the right choice to use Greek instruments. It was obvious and necessary for a film about a Greek saint. The local color is provided by a qanun, a string instrument not dissimilar to the zither and often associated with Greece and its culture. “Man of God” is also notable for its mix of symphonic and electronic music, used to achieve spiritual metaphysics. “Man of God” is one of Zbigniew Preisner’s richest scores, a unique exploration of symphonic music infused with local, Greek, colour, electronics and Byzantine elements, particularly in the employment of Lisa Gerrard’s special talent, used to powerful effect. The 45th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was mastered by Leszek Kaminski and produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed by Zbigniew Preisner Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke 1. Man of God – The Beginning of a Story (0:45) 2. Searching for Values (1:14) 3. Conversation (1:46) 4. Evia (1:11) 5. In the Darkness (2:15) 6. Serenity (2:14) 7. Kyrie Eleison (1:42) 8. Aegina (1:15) 9. New Life (2:16) 10. Conversation of God (2:02) 11. Kyrie Eleison (Byzantine Version) (1:27) 12. Beauty of Aegina (2:01) 13. Deceptive Calm (1:43) 14. Kyrie Eleison (Prayer) (2:01) 15. Misery (1:33)* 16. Serenity (Orchestral Version) (1:54) 17. Humiliation of the Priest (0:51) 18. Loss (1:55)* 19. Final Breath (2:04) 20. Song for Saint Nectarios (0:52) 21. Man of God – End Credits (4:53) *Music Composed by Zbigniew Preisner and Lisa Gerrard For more information, and to listen to sound clips, please visit our homepage: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/man-of-god/
  2. C6044 Caldera Records is proud to present Dwight Gustafson’s scores for the motion pictures “The Printing” and “Beyond the Night”, directed by Tim Rogers and Katherine Stenholm respectively. “Beyond the Night”, from 1983, tells the story of John and Bettie Dreisbach, passionate missionaries who first worked in Nigeria tending to leprosy patients and spreading the word of Christ in an area that was nearly exclusively Muslim. For close to ten years, the Dreisbachs served as ministers in the Sahara, before the government forced them to leave. “Beyond the Night” describes the couple’s time in the Sahara Desert. Dwight Gustafson’s themes are infused with discreet elements from African music such as the rhythmic drumming in the “Titles”, specific tone sequences particularly popular in Northern African music (“Trip to the Village”) and a heavy use of grace notes in the woodwinds (“Clinic Day”). What binds the score together is Gustafson’s strong main theme, first heard in the “Titles” and later through diverse variations heard in the course of the movie/score. In its sweeping nature, the theme has a folkloric Americana quality that echoes the works of Aaron Copland and even the spiritual compositions of Alan Hovhaness. “The Printing” tells the story of hardship experienced by Christians in the cause of their faith. This time, the story is set in the Soviet Union and celebrates Christian believes who, despite being threatened by the communist government which had made it its mission to stifle Christian belief, dared to openly worship the Lord. Not only do the heroes of this film refuse to abandon Christ, but they continue to secretly print Bibles, convinced that God will protect them from the evil schemes of the communists. Gustafson’s music here is as moody and gray as the architecture of communist-era Russia – where incidentally, the composer can also be seen in the film, playing a pastor. Unusually for him, he utilizes a synthesizer and subtle suspensions to introduce his main theme, a downbeat yet still lyrical melody in a minor key that later blossoms through variations that the composer develops during the course of the score. His delicate, sophisticated orchestration remains evident throughout. The 44th CD-release of Caldera Records – a world premiere – features a detailed booklet-text by Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was mastered by Richard Moore and produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Dwight Gustafson Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Beyond the Night 1. Titles – A Real Emergency (2:01) 2. Clinic Day (1:38) 3. A Government Threat (2:05) 4. Trip to the Village (1:51) 5. Witness to a Friend (1:24) 6. Sunday Preaching (0:35) 7. The Clinic is Closed (4:07) 8. The Word Continues (1:09) 9. The Word Received (0:48) 10. The Word Believed (1:15) The Printing 11. Title Music (4:39) 12. Discovered (1:37) 13. Psychiatric Ward (1:36) 14. Torture (2:02) 15. The Search (0:59) 16. Betrayal (1:33) 17. The Market (2:27) 18. Delivery (2:11) 19. The Printer (1:13) 20. Confrontation (2:26) 21. Baptism (4:28) 22. Accident (1:30) 23. To the Printing House (2:04) 24. Aleksandr’s Decision (1:39) 25. The Chase (1:39) 26. The Sledders (2:06) 27. Escape (1:32) 28. Finale (2:15) 29. Closing Credits (2:00) For more information and sound clips, please visit our homepage: www.caldera-records.com/portfolio/the-printingbeyond-the-night/
  3. C6043 Caldera Records is proud to present Zbigniew Preisner’s score for the motion picture “Forgotten We’ll Be” from 2020, directed by Fernando Trueba. Trueba’s acclaimed film is inspired by Héctor Abad Faciolince’s memoir “Oblivion: A Memoir” in which he describes with great tenderness the life and work of his father, the revered Colombian scientist and activist Hector Abad Gómez who was killed by mercenaries in 1987. Adapted by Trueba’s brother David, the film focuses on two major time periods: the 70s and mid-80s. While the latter part – shot in black and white – mainly deals with Gómez’ political agenda and achievements, the scenes set in the 70s – shot in color – paint Gómez as a devoted family man. They also describe the turmoil experienced by him and his family through the hands of his young son Hector who runs over a woman in his car and throws stones through the window of a Jewish family’s home. After their collaboration on “The Queen of Spain”, “Forgotten We’ll Be” marked a new collaboration between the revered director and renowned composer Zbigniew Preisner. “Forgotten We’ll Be” is similar to other Preisner scores released by us at Caldera Records – namely “Valley of Shadows” and “Lost and Love” in that childhood and the loss of childhood innocence play a pivotal role. “Valley of Shadows” and “Forgotten We’ll Be” are even partly told from a child’s point of view. Hence there was no question that Preisner’s score for Fernando Trueba’s most recent film should capture themes of childhood musically. Hence, the composer devised gentle and yet poignant themes for orchestra, choir and solo instruments such as the harp which features prominently in one of Zbigniew Preisner’s most haunting and touching scores. The 43rd CD-release of Caldera Records – a world premiere – features a detailed booklet-text by Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was mastered by Leszek Kaminski and produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed by Zbigniew Preisner Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Forgotten We’ll Be 1. Return to Medellín (3:22) 2. Child’s Play (0:51) 3. Children’s Hospital (1:06) 4. Letter To The Father (4:00) 5. Letter From The Father (1:59) 6. In Cartagena (1:31) 7. The Morgue (1:18) 8. Van den Budenmayer: Farewell Part I (0:41) 9. Marta’s Disease (0:24) 10. Van den Budenmayer: Farewell Part II (1:03) 11. Torino (1:44) 12. Flashback (0:46) 13. The End of Happiness (1:49) 14. Return To The University (1:16) 15. The Crime (2:35) 16. Letter From The Father (Harp Version) (1:57) 17. The Pain (5:12) 18. Deep Sorrow (1:34) 19. Van den Budenmayer: Farewell (2:18) 20. Héctor Abad Gómez’s Funeral – End Credits (2:43) 21. Van den Budenmayer: Farewell (Coro Transcription) (2:21) For more information and sound clips, please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/forgotten-well-be/
  4. Caldera Records is proud to present Gerald Fried’s music for Stanley Kubrick’s films “Fear and Desire” and “Day of the Fight”. Gerald Fried and Stanley Kubrick became friends as teenagers. The musician enabled the latter to join a baseball team while the future director served as the conduit for Fried to join intellectual circles. They would first collaborate professionally in 1951, when Kubrick needed music for his short film, “Day of the Fight.” A year previously, the photographer had portrayed boxer Walter Cartier for Look magazine, and henceforth decided to make him the subject of a moving picture. “Day of the Fight” follows Cartier during the hours preceding a seminal fight, with the tightly focused 12-minute documentary including trivia from the boxer’s life, as narrated by Douglas Edwards. Then in 1952 Kubrick started to develop his first feature film, a drama he saw as a poetic allegory about a man lost in a hostile world. “Fear and Desire” – describing the two dominant human passions – is not to be taken literally, as it depicts the struggle of four soldiers who find themselves behind enemy lines. As opposed to opening the film with a boisterous main title fanfare (as he had done in “Day of the Fight”), he used only a solo bassoon to introduce the theme, reminiscent of Stravinsky’s famous opening of “Le Sacre du Printemps.” Kubrick loved this approach and showered his friend with compliments during the recording. Fried set out to write a profound, meaningful, touching, despairing and yet triumphant score – which he duly achieved and with which he paid tribute to the film’s qualities. Incidentally, and although he had ended their working-relationship in 1957, Kubrick was very much inspired by a film Fried worked on in 1964: “To the Moon and Beyond” was produced for the World Fair in 1964/65 in New York. The short film, narrated by “Twilight Zone” creator Rod Serling, depicted a voyage “to the moon and beyond,” showing the earth continually shrinking while the camera zooms further and further out. Because of its Kubrick connection, we included the score for “To the Moon and Beyond” here. The 41st CD-release of Caldera Records – a world premiere – features a detailed booklet-text by Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was mastered by Richard Moore and produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Gerald Fried Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Fear and Desire 1. Opening Credits (1:37) 2. Heading for the River (1:36) 3. All Clear (0:15) 4. Approaching the Cabin (1:12) 5. Madness (3:04) 6. “Girls Always Love Stories” (1:04) 7. Sidney and the Girl (2:48) 8. The House Down the River (0:13) 9. Mac’s Departure (3:43) 10. Waiting to Kill (5:04) 11. Drifting Through the Night (0:51) 12. End Credits (0:50) Day of the Fight 13. March of the Gloved Gladiators (2:48) 14. Examination and Preparation (3:53) 15. Waiting for the Big Fight (2:52) 16. Victory (0:39) 17.-27. To the Moon and Beyond (9:13) Listen to a 5 min clip here: For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/fear-and-desire/
  5. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “Man at the Top” from 1973, directed by Mike Vardy, featuring music by Roy Budd. Writer John Braine established Joe Lampton as a ruthless force to be reckoned with when he published his novel “Room at the Top” in 1957. The film rights were snatched up immediately, and only two years later, Jack Clayton’s adaptation premiered in theaters. Following another outing in the cinema and a television series, Anglo-EMI, in collaboration with Hammer Films, decided to let Joe Lampton (now played by Kenneth Haigh) loose on the big screen once more. In 1973, “Man at the Top” premiered. Here, Joe Lampton is appointed Managing Director of ChemExport, a company overseen by Lord Ackerman, played by Harry Andrews. All is not well: six months later, it emerges that Lampton’s predecessor committed suicide. Slowly it becomes clear to Lampton that he might have been appointed to take the blame for a massive marketing blunder that could crush not only him but the whole company. Kenneth Haigh was delighted when he heard that Roy Budd had been contracted to write the music for “Man at the Top” since the actor had admired Budd’s music for a long time, especially “Get Carter”. His score for “Man at the Top” is quite similar to his most beloved composition in that it is equally sparse. The composer devised a simple motif for the titular character which is introduced on a cimbalom and which recurs throughout the whole score. Apart from the Hungarian instrument, Budd employs strings, flute, piano, harp and percussion to create a tense atmosphere fitting for the film. His leitmotif is particularly clever since, in its coldness and restraint, it doesn’t try to make Joe Lampton likeable, and yet manages to underscore the more tender moments in the film with a slight tension that the images lack. Moreover, “Man at the Top” gave Budd the opportunity to provide two memorable jazz pieces as source cues for dinner parties. The 37th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Roy Budd Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Man at the Top 1. Opening (1:21) 2. Main Titles (1:18) 3. End Credits (1:45) 4. The Journey Continues (0:54) 5. Man at the Top (2:26) 6. Night is Falling (2:44) 7. Bedtime (3:58) 8. In the Woods (2:48) 9. Peeping Robin (0:28) 10. Change of Plan (1:12) 11. Bossa Nova (3:26) 12. In the Office (0:22) 13. Joe is Being Followed (1:06) 14. Swept Up in Memories (1:31) 15. In the Woods (alt.) (1:37) 16. Mingle With Me (5:55) Bonus: 17. Demo Jingle (2:20) 18. You Can Never Trust a Friend (2:49) 19. Pipe Tobacco (0:32) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/man-at-the-top-roy-budd For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/man-at-the-top/
  6. Hallo, liebe Community! Anbei findet ihr den Link zu meinem Blog, wo ihr meine Review zum Captain Marvel-Score lesen könnt. Viel Spaß und ich freue mich über Feedback! https://scoregeek.wordpress.com/2019/03/15/captain-marvel-pinar-toprak/
  7. Caldera Records is proud to present the score for the motion picture “Ambition” from 1991, directed by Scott Goldstein, featuring music by Leonard Rosenman. Actor and writer Lou Diamond Phillips developed a story about an aspiring writer who has trouble finding a job, and has to support himself – as most aspiring writers do – by working odd jobs. His character Mitchell Osgood runs a bookstore when one day he stumbles across a potentially interesting story. If he can investigate and write it down, so Mitchell thinks, it could be his big break as a journalist. The subject of his investigation is a man named Albert Merrick, a serial killer who is up for parole. Who is this man, Mitchell wonders, and what motivated him to commit the awful crimes he was sentenced for? One of the stars of the film is, undoubtedly, a man behind the scenes: Leonard Rosenman. It was clear to Rosenman and Scott Goldstein that the score should have a progressive, rather than conventional harmonic structure. They agreed that this would help to underscore Merrick’s (the antagonist) horrific, troubling visions and this approach would help capture his state of mind musically. Goldstein suggested Rosenman play him some of his concert music as a blueprint for “Ambition”. Encouraged to be able to draw upon his “progressive” work for the concert stage, Rosenman presented Goldstein with “Foci”, a work for chamber orchestra that the composer had written in 1981 and revised in 1983. Goldstein loved what he heard and commenced to use “Foci” as temp music for “Ambition”. “Foci” is an atonal piece, complex and full of anxiety – exactly what Goldstein needed for his motion picture. The 31st CD-release of Caldera Records – a world premiere – features a detailed booklet-text by Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Leonard Rosenman Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Ambition 1. Main Titles (3:23) 2. A New Project (1:31) 3. A Sleepless Night (1:40) 4. Albert Merrick (0:27) 5. The Worst Nightmare of the Day (1:48) 6. Confrontation (1:24) 7. What Makes Him Tick? (1:01) 8. Visions (0:41) 9. Room 301 (1:51) 10. Brave and Brutal (1:02) 11. A Good Friend of Mine (0:37) 12. Cancer, Psychosis, Anything (0:49) 13. Does It Hurt? (1:22) 14. A Matter of Timing (1:40) 15. Where is Mitchell? (0:45) 16. Cat and Mouse (2:02) 17. On Knife’s Edge (1:20) 18. Help Me Out (3:35) 19. On a Sinister Mission (1:26) 20. Jordan (1:04) 21. A Tasty Drug (0:54) 22. Against the Clock (4:12) 23. The Final Duel (0:55) 24. End Credits (3:51) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/ambition-leonard-rosenman For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/ambition/
  8. C6029 Caldera Records is proud to present the score for the motion picture “The Baby” from 1973, directed by Ted Post, featuring music by Gerald Fried. The motion picture, marketed as a horror film, tells the story of a dedicated social worker takes on a case involving a grown-up man still in diapers. It doesn’t take long for the disturbed social worker to figure out that ‘Baby’s’ family deliberately keeps the retarded man-child from maturing. There are even more disturbing facts to note: the disappearance of previous social worker being the most unsettling. But lo and behold, the new social worker finds herself confronted with the ‘Baby’s’ family who, so it seems, is out to silence her. Gerald Fried’s music provides a phonic reminder that things may not be as presented; a harmonic harbinger of hidden dread. Fried’s resonantly descriptive dissertation is centered around a somber and melancholy etude, offered first in cello solo (performed by the esteemed Edgar Lustgarten), and expanded into a dreamlike lullaby, which sustains the film’s emotional capital throughout. This forlorn, needful melody acts as a guiding constant with the netherworld atmosphere created by Gerald Fried’s eerily sublime orchestration – a creepy and unsettling realm of threatening rattles, hypnotic chimes, and nightmarish music box tinkling. The 29th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by David Fuller and Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas as well as an exclusive audio commentary by Gerald Fried. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Gerald Fried Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke The Baby 1. Main Title (2:49) 2. Meet the Baby (0:37) 3. Sitter (0:54) 4. Evil Eye (0:55) 5. Hatchet Wielders (0:37) 6. Slides (1:39) 7. Maloche (0:30) 8. Germaine (1:06) 9. Anne’s Closeup (0:53) 10. Ruth Complains (0:32) 11. Anne and Baby Gone (1:17) 12. Baby Dressed Older (1:11) 13. Night Approach (2:28) 14. See You in Court (0:57) 15. Knife Job (0:44) 16. Sneak Racy/DOA (6:30) 17. Second Hatchet (0:39) 18. Excavation (1:44) 19. Pool Games (1:41) 20. The Baby (Guitar) (1:49) 21. The Baby (Piano) (3:51) 22. Party Music (2:52) 23. Dance Music (4:32) 24. Dennis (4:39) Bonus: 25. Audio Commentary by Gerald Fried (7:14) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/the-baby-gerald-fried For more information, please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/the-baby/gallery/soundtracks/
  9. Hallo zusammen, ich suche schon lange einen wunderschönen Score der in einer Doku über B-17 Bomber benutzt wurde. Ich kann mir nicht vorstellen, das die Musik extra dafür komponiert wurde, dafür klingt mir das ganze zu aufwändig. Das Ding hat einen leichten John Williams, James Horner Vibe, kann aber ganz was anderes sein. Das Video ist diese hier: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mH9w1ryNAp8 der Score den ich suche beginnt bei ca. 30:24. Vielen Dank für Eure Hilfe, Jack
  10. THE FIRST 100 COPIES ARE SIGNED BY JOE KRAEMER! (Check your retailer!) Caldera Records is proud to present the new score for the motion picture “Sunrise” from 1927, directed by F.W. Murnau, featuring music by Joe Kraemer, commissioned by the Dallas Chamber Symphony. Featuring enormous stylized sets in order to create an idealized view of the world, “Sunrise” tells the story of three characters with no real names given. The Man and The Wife had been living happily on their farm until the appearance of The Woman From The City, who seduced the husband prior to the beginning of the story. In order to get rid of the farm that is tying The Man to country life, The Woman From The City convinces him to get rid of The Wife by staging a boating accident. When The Man realizes he is unable to commit the deed, The Wife flees to the City. He follows her and they rediscover their love for each other in the exotic world of the City. In 2016, Joe Kraemer got the chance to prove himself as a masterful composer for silent film when he was commissioned by the Dallas Chamber Orchestra to write an original score for Murnau’s masterpiece. In terms of the overall picture, Kraemer shares his inspirations: “I created themes for each of the major characters and concepts in the film, and then used those themes to carry out the plot of the film. It is a highly programmatic composition. I was influenced by composers like Copland, Gershwin, and Strauss. Additionally, I had just finished a three-week stay in Austria when I began writing the score, and I was very influenced by the culture I experienced in the wonderful town of Baden.” The score had its world premiere, live-to-picture, in Dallas in October 2016, where it was conducted by Richard McKay. It had a second performance in August 2017 in Baden, Austria, where Kraemer himself conducted it live-to-picture with members of the Synchron Symphony Orchestra. A few weeks after the live performance, the orchestra reconvened at the Synchron Stage in Vienna to record selections from the score for this CD release. The 26th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai, an exclusive audio commentary by the composer, and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Joe Kraemer Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Sunrise 1. Sunrise (2:23) 2. The Train Sequence (1:50) 3. The Other Woman (2:15) 4. Whistle (1:52) 5. The Husband Sneaks Away (3:26) 6. The Marsh Sequence and City Song (4:27) 7. Gathering Reeds (2:27) 8. To Bed (2:23) 9. Off to the City (2:16) 10. The Dog Scene (2:47) 11. A Man Posessed (4:34) 12. City Arrival (1:36) 13. Buying Flowers (2:28) 14. The Wedding Scene (3:26) 15. Traffic Jam (2:02) 16. Pictures in a Window (1:19) 17. The Photo Session (2:01) 18. Antics in the Studio (2:41) 19. Night in the City (2:22) 20. Pig on the Loose (3:53) 21. The Dance (2:54) 22. Storm at Seam (4:24) 23. Salvation (4:53) 24. Finale (1:43) Bonus: 25. Audio Commentary by Joe Kraemer (13:09) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/sunrise-joe-kraemer For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/sunrise/gallery/soundtracks/
  11. Ich habe vor einiger Zeit von Nigel Westlake die Partitur von BABE (1995) zugeschickt bekommen. Ein toller Film mit einem sehr schönen Score! Saint-Saens‘ 3. Symphonie ist sehr präsent und wird von Westlake‘s tollen Themen, vereinzelt Mickey-Mousing und generell ansprechenden Sprüngen durch verschiedene Stile wunderbar zusammen gehalten. Die Partitur habe ich mehrere Male studiert - aber ihr bekommt sie ohne irgendwelche Knicke, Notizen oder sonstiges. Insofern - Zustand wie neu. Seinerzeit für 300$ inkl. Versand aus Australien erhalten - Angebote per PN an mich. Viel Spaß
  12. Hi, ich dachte ich stell mich nochmal vor: Ich heiße Frederic Bernard, bin 28 Jahre jung, habe an der University of Music Freiburg klassische Musik studiert und verdiene auch meinen Lebensunterhalt als Komponist/Orchestrator. Ich arbeite quasi mit Marken, Firmen und Fernsehsender aus der ganzen Welt. Z.B. habe ich Musik komponiert für Branchenriesen wie Sony, Canon, Intel, Time Inc., Hearst Corp., Sixt, Doritos, viele Sender wie NBC Sports, MLB Network, oder auch innerhalb von Deutschland u.A. für Ki.Ka/Arte/Rbb, Sat1, oder Organisationen wie die Diakonie/Caritas. Ich arbeite mit einigen Musikagenturen zusammen, z.b. Getty Images, Epitome, Score-A-Score, Soundscape - aber auch mit großen Trailermusikagenturen wie Musicjunkies aus L.A. (ist soweit ich weiß sogar die allererste Musikagentur seiner Art). Ich schreibe in zahlreichen verschiedenen Stilistiken, von klassischem Klavier, zu Jazz/Lounge, Elektro oder Kammerorchester, bis hin zu Live-Orchester Musik. Hier sind vier Stücke die ich in Budapest von einem großem Orchester hab aufnehmen lassen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLvfDrHtERAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ed68xtyrEYchttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZ5z-EB3KYshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pm0mGaYTyFU Auch lade ich euch herzlich auf meine Seite ein, auf der ihr sowohl meine Musik "in Action" sehen könnt, als auch die dazugehörigen Partituren/Full Scores (zurzeit kostenlos) runterladen könnt. http://fredericbernardmusic.com Für Anregungen/Kritik oder Jobangebote könnt ihr mich natürlich auch gerne per Mail kontaktieren. Viele Grüße, Frederic
  13. Grüßt euch alle! Ich möchte mich von einem Großteil meiner Sammlung trennen da ich leider mittlerweile seit 2 Jahren einfach keine Zeit mehr finde über CD zu hören und sowieso viele am iPod dabei habe. Kurz und schmerzlos. Es sind keine Preise dabei da es schlichtweg zu viele zum deklarieren sind. Bei Interesse einfach eine Nachricht schreiben woran Interesse besteht. Die gelb markierten sind die etwas rareren Schätzchen ;-) Versand wie ihr wollt. Der Zustand ist zwischen NEU OVP und gebraucht mit leichten Kratzern. Abspielen lassen sich alles einwandfrei, sonst würde ich sie hier nicht verkaufen. Unter folgendem Link findet ihr die Liste: https://www.dropbox.com/s/g0chqa5upxqgnak/Verkaufsbestand.xlsx?dl=0
  14. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “That Good Night” from 2017, directed by Eric Styles, featuring music by Guy Farley. The film, based on the stage play by N.J. Crisp, tells the story of Ralph, a successful writer whose life is full of regrets. With a curious personality that’s both charming and rude, Ralph has built a number of “love him or hate him” relationships over his life – unfortunately, his family seems to fall into the latter group. Now in his seventies and terminally ill, Ralph sets out two goals before entering that good night: he wants to mend his relationship with long-abandoned son Michael and also make sure that he is not a burden to his much younger second wife, Anna. “That Good Night” marks the last screen performance of John Hurt who passed away in January of 2017. Hurt is joined by Charles Dance and Sofia Helin in a stellar cast. The music for “That Good Night” was written by Guy Farley (“Modigliani”, “Maria di Nazaret”). Farley provided an elegant underscore, recorded with a small orchestra of strings, woodwinds, harp, piano, and world instruments such as a Cavaquino, Spanish guitars, an accordion and ethnic percussion which capture the Mediterranean flavour of the Portuguese Algarve, while the chamber orchestra works its magic on the emotional element of the story. The score, one of Farley’s best to date, is filled with memorable themes and motifs that are both uplifting and touching, paying tribute to the character’s struggles and the film’s hopeful message. The 24th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Guy Farley Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke That Good Night 1. That Good Night (2:22) 2. The Horizon (1:41) 3. The Villa (1:57) 4. Reynaldo (2:14) 5. Try Harder (1:28) 6. I Love Portugal (1:16) 7. The Fee (1:49) 8. An Injection (1:36) 9. Call Your Dad (2:05) 10. Terminal (2:37) 11. Birth (3:07) 12. How Soon? (0:54) 13. You’re Despicable! (1:46) 14. John, Michael and Cassie (2:46) 15. Symposium (1:05) 16. His Beloved Rolex (1:21) 17. You Can Be So Nasty (1:22) 18. Trust Me (2:32) 19. October (1:45) 20. We Call it ALS (1:07) 21. A Grandfather! (1:37) 22. Reformed Character (0:55) 23. Death and Poetry (1:28) Bonus: 24. Audio Commentary by Guy Farley (6:45) For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/that-good-night/ For an exclusive 5 min audio clip please visit: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/that-good-night-guy-farley
  15. Liebe Filmmusik-Fans. Hiermit möchte ich euch herzlich um eure Hilfe bitten. Gerade schreibe ich den Text zu einem Beitrag über den Film „Score“. Darin soll es auch um die folgenden Soundtracks gehen (Liste unten). Habt ihr ausgefallene Anekdoten und Infos zu diesen Soundtracks? - Ennio Morricone: The Good The Bad And The Ugly - Hans Zimmer: Pirates of the Caribbean - John Williams: Star Wars - Hans Zimmer: The Dark Knight - Hans Zimmer: Gladiator - Max Steiner und Bernhard Kaun: King Kong - John Barry: James Bond - John Williams: Der Weiße Hai - Bernard Herrmann: Vertigo - Bernard Herrmann: Psycho. Vielen lieben Dank für die Hilfe. Herzliche Grüße, Andreas
  16. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “Wild Geese II” from 1985, directed by Peter Hunt. The film is loosely connected to “The Wild Geese” from 1978, starring Richard Burton, Richard Harris and Hardy Kruger. Unfortunately, Burton passed away shortly before the filming of the sequel began and some sections of the screenplay had to be re-written. The story revolves around top level Nazi Rudolph Hess (Laurence Olivier) who has important intel on prominent political figures. Ruthless TV executives Michael and Kathy Lukas (John Terry and Barbara Carrera) want to get him out of his Spandau prison to appear on live television. Faulkner declines their offer to lead such a mission, but recommends Lebanese American soldier turned mercenary Haddad (Scott Glenn) as a substitute who agrees to take on the mission that soon turns into a nightmare for everyone involved. The music was composed by Roy Budd (“Get Carter”) who had already written the music for “The Wild Geese”. Budd had to create new musical material for the sequel and delivered a more contemporary direction for underscoring the mission. Besides the funky action music which is the obvious main draw of the score, there are plenty of other great moments in the score, such as a catchy main title march and the soulful ballad “Say You’ll Be Mine”, sung by Peter Hoffmann and dedicated to Budd’s wife Sylvia Budd who served as co-producer of this album. This release of “Wild Geese II” fills an important hole in Roy Budd’s discography. A soundtrack was originally released on LP by CBS Records, but it had no legitimate CD release since then. The score was carefully restored and mastered from the original tapes. Recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra, the music sounds as fresh as if it was recorded today and stands as one of Budd’s very best works. The 22nd CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and an elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas, excerpts from the handwritten score, a detailed biography of the composer, as well as an exclusive audio commentary by the composer’s wife, Sylvia Budd. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke, John Elborg, and Sylvia Budd. Music Composed, Orchestrated and Conducted by Roy Budd Recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke, Sylvia Budd Wild Geese II 1. Main Title (4:35) 2. Cat and Mouse in Berlin (3:35) 3. Solitary Confinement (3:46) 4. Moving Around Spandau (3:16) 5. The Wall (1:50) 6. The Romance Begins (2:36) 7. Plot and Deceit (2:22) 8. Attempt to Free Hess (8:31) 9. Escape (1:37) 10. End Titles (2:46) 11. Say You’ll Be Mine (4:45) Performed by Peter Hoffmann Bonus: 12. Audio Commentary by Sylvia Budd (5:14) Listen to a 4 min clip here:
  17. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “The Italian Key” from 2011, directed by Rosa Karo. The film tells the story of 19-year old Cabella who receives a mysterious key as her only inheritance from her recently deceased uncle. The girl decides to literally unlock the secrets of her past by moving to a run-down villa in Italy. She slowly makes friends with three sisters and also befriends the ghost of a nine-year-old chimney sweeper named Angelo who died in the house long ago. Together with her new friends, Cabella starts to learn more about her mysterious past as she also rediscovers her “joie de vivre”… The music for “The Italian Key“ was written by Tuomas Kantelinen who is also the producer of the film and the husband of its director. Since the film has a vintage look about it is meant to be an old-finished film in many respects, Kantelinen decided to pay tribute to that musically by delivering a romantic score for orchestra, filled with several themes and motifs that describe the characters and their surroundings. Like the film, the music is charming, sunny and optimistic without lacking the depth the subject matter requires. After six years, the music for “The Italian Key” finally receives its well-deserved release as one of the best works of Tuomas Kantelinen. The 21st CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and an elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Tuomas Kantelinen Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke The Italian Key 1. Prologue (4:16) 2. Alexander's Piano (1:45) 3. Chiara's Theme (2:26) 4. Max's Theme (1:49) 5. Beginning (1:35) 6. Everyone's Lost Someone (5:55) 7. Beautiful Gestures (1:28) 8. Sister's Pizzicato (2:30) 9. Angelo's Goodbye (3:31) 10. Mother's Tears (3:05) 11. Twins (4:00) 12. Cabella (1:34) 13. Alexander's Piano Variation (1:45) 14. Daydream Swimming (4:30) 15. Ghost Boy (1:05) 16. How Do You Mend a Broken Heart (1:36) 17. In This Life (1:45) 18. Sunflower Field (3:25) 19. Epilogue (4:17) Listen to a 5 min clip here: For more information please visit our homepage: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/the-italian-key/
  18. Caldera Records is proud to present George Kallis’ original score for the motion picture “The Black Prince” from 2017, directed by Kavi Raz. The films tells the touching and exhilarating story of Maharaja Duleep Singh, the last king of Punjab before its British annexation. After the First Anglo-Sikh War, the king sees himself torn between his own country and England and struggles to regain his own kingdom. The title role of the Maharaja is portrayed by Punjabi poet and singer Satinder Sartaaj who delivers a strong performance in the film that also stars Jason Flemyng and Amanda Root. One of the main stars of the film is the music, composed and conducted by George Kallis who has composed music for over 20 films and Emmy and BAFTA award-winning TV programs. With this colourful and highly entertaining score, highlighting tender moments and fierce action, Kallis delivers one of his strongest efforts to date. The score showcases several memorable themes and leitmotifs, such as a main theme for the Maharaja, a theme for his mother and for his first wife, with several other motifs which portray Punjab and its characteristics. There are delicate elements of ethnic music in the score but with its soaring orchestral concept “The Black Prince” has its own universal language that connects all countries. The music was recorded in Hungary, conducted by the composer himself. The 20th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music composed and conducted by George Kallis Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke The Black Prince 1. Opening Titles (3:19) 2. First Trip to India (2:21) 3. The Painting (3:20) 4. Holland Park (1:59) 5. Mother (3:06) 6. Arur Singh Captured (2:45) 7. No Passage to Punjab (1:24) 8. Back to England (2:17) 9. I Know Your Destiny (2:08) 10. The Prophecy (2:35) 11. The Bird (1:49) 12. Dr. Logan Passes (2:32) 13. First Meeting (3:14) 14. Treason! (2:35) 15. I Am Not a Prince (2:10) 16. Letters Intercepted (1:58) 17. Marriage Proposal (1:27) 18. Travelling to Paris (0:42) 19. Assassination Attempt (2:09) 20. Rest in Peace Bamba (1:46) 21. My Childhood (1:44) 22. The Sword of the Maharaja (2:39) 23. Death and Coronation (3:07) Bonus: 24. Audio Commentary by George Kallis (4:39) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/the-black-prince-george-kallis For more information visit our homepage: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/the-black-prince-2/
  19. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “A Esmorga” from 2014, directed by Ignacio Vilar. Eduardo Blanco Amor’s novel of the same title is one of the most well known books in Galician language, but although it was already written in 1959, it took 55 years until a film based on the book was made in the Galician language with Galician actors. The book and therefore the film tell the story of three struggling men and accompanies them for 24 hours while they roam through the city, visit the pubs and brothels, before they find their tragic end. The film was a major hit with audiences and critics and became the most successful Galician film to date. Now, three years later, Caldera Records pays tribute to its achingly beautiful score by Zeltia Montes. The Spanish composer, who recently made headlines with her score for the documentary “Frágil Equilibrio”, has been very influenced by the music of Arvo Pärt and it clearly shows in this score. The music was written for a piano only to convey a sense of intimacy to the music and therefore the film, performed by Zeltia Montes herself. She delivers three key themes which are not only memorable in themselves but also receive several variations throughout the melancholy, minimalist score which is Montes’ most personal of all her works. It was high time to make this stirringly emotional and tragic score available on CD. The 19th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed by Zeltia Montes Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke A Esmorga 1. Opening Credits A Esmorga (1:50) 2. I Won’t Hurt You (4:56) 3. Dark Object of Desire (3:37) 4. Taking Care of My Love (1:54) 5. Though My Chest Walls Were Burning (3:48) 6. Tribal Call (2:11) 7. Looks that Say It All (2:05) 8. Impossible Love (1:39) 9. Raining in the Bridge and in the Heart) (3:34) 10. Temptation (1:38) 11. When Love Hurts (2:44) 12. As if I Remembered Them From the Other Shore of Death (3:39) 13. Tragic Destiny (4:42) Bonus : 14. Audio Commentary by Zeltia Montes (11:59) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/a-esmorga-zeltia-montes For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/a-esmorga/
  20. Hallo Zusammen, eine etwas andere Anfrage diesmal, ich suche Lied Nummer 1 vom Password Swordfish Soundtrack. Ja, ihr habt richtig gelesen, dass Lied ist auf dem dem offiziellen Soundtrack und heißt dort „Intro“, jedoch liegt da ein Voice Over von John Travolta drüber. Ich suche genau dieses Lied aber clean, ohne dieses Gelaber. Kann mir da jemand helfen? Hier eine Hörprobe, gleich am Anfang: Lied Nummer eins: In etwas besser Qualität hier der Link zu Amazon, man kann 30 Sekunden reinhören: http://www.amazon.de/gp/recsradio/radio/B00005K2DI/ref=pd_krex_dp_001_001/275-0097660-6752443?ie=UTF8&disc=1&track=1
  21. Hallo liebes Forum, ich möchte euch meine Soundtrack Suite zu Taha Ismails Horror-Film "The Guest House" vorstellen. Ich hab vor allem orchestrale Klänge mit Synthesizer gemischt. Wenn ihr euch den Film ebenfalls anschauen wollt, findet ihr den Link in der Videobeschreibung Würde mich über Feedback freuen, LG Roland. https://youtu.be/NiT7wHZ_TOk
  22. Guten Tag, ich suche schon lange nach dem Soundtrack aus folgendem Trailer: (Achtung evtl. Spoiler zur 4. Staffel zu The Walking Dead) Wäre echt dankbar wenn mir jemand helfen könnte Grüße, Eayson
  23. Hallo, habe den hier doppelt. Jemand Interesse? Preisvorschlag an mich ;-) Zustand NEU
  24. MOtega

    Emotion vermitteln

    Hallo liebe Filmmusiker! Wie glaubt ihr kann man gut eine gewünschte Emotion in Filmmusik kompositorisch vermitteln? Es gibt viele Komponisten die sagen, dass sie sich erst geistlich in diese Emotion hinenversetzen müssen, um entsprechend komponieren zu können. Andere sagen, dass es nur was mit Handwerk zu tun hat und man dadurch weiß, wie man eine bestimmte Emotion vermittelt. Wie geht ihr das an? Was hilft euch dabei? Freue mich über eure Meinungen!! MOtega
  25. MOtega

    Store of Artifacts

    Hallo! Bin neu hier im Forum und wollte mal meinen neusten Score vorstellen. Er heißt "Eistraum" und soll eine entspannte und kühle Musik über das Thema "Eis- und Schneewelten" sein: https://soundcloud.com/crysko1-1/eistraum Dann habe ich noch eine allgemeine Frage zum Thema Filmmusik: Wie geht über an eure Musik für bestimmte Themen ran? Was sind so eure Methoden, gute Ideen zu erhalten? Würde mich sehr interessieren und mir sicher auch sehr weiterhelfen, da ich momentan Probleme habe, gute Ideen bzw. Einstiegspunkte für neue Scores zu erhalten. Freue mich auf eure Meinung und Antworten! :-) Vielen Dank!!
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