A track from an unused film score for a thriller film about becoming unexpected trapped.
In that Infinite Moment
Created with Nick Tipping on bass this piece is a a real-time, unplanned moment of musical communication.
I appreciate that this is a long track, and as such it may prove daunting to commit to listening through – especially as time spent online is often searching for the quick reward. But, this track, and the musical journey it contains, is something that I believe it is worth listening to. So, if you feel so inclined, sit back, close your eyes, and listen. Perhaps this moment with communicate something to you.
Thanks for your time.
The end of last week got kind of manic with a range of projects reaching finishing points.
– sending scores, parts, backing tracks and other performance details for the performers of a new multimedia chamber work “Flutter”.
– submitting full score and parts for a new orchestral piece “convoluted” for the NZSO SOUNZ Recordings in February next year (alas I won’t get to hear it live because I will be in Nepal)
– A fun concert at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Audience relaxed on beanbags, a great big reverberant space, acoustic piano drenched in electronics – All good things. Here are a few pics from the concert.
The setup for the concert.
The Grand Foyer space (top floor) in the Dunedin Public Art Gallery
PLUS! on the weekend we also released the Scorelocks Collective Album “A Collection of Cues – Vol.1”. It is available on bandcamp now!
Busily working away on a couple of vocal pieces that will be premiered at the end of November (more on that soon!), and trying to finalise the mix on a compilation album of cues from various film scores by The Scorelocks Collective… to be released very soon.
Meanwhile, here is a cue from the natural history documentary I co-composed some music for with Chris Lam Sam. This piece was to accompany some footage of waterfalls. Powerful and majestic. It was a fun project to work on.
After composing the music for two films in the 48hour film fest (one in Auckland and Wellington) we also had the time to put together a couple of extra pieces, for no other reason other than enjoying the art and process of composition.
So, here are those two pieces.
First up, a piece inspired by a photo submission from master composer Stephen Gallagher. This piece is called “Suburban Wires”.
The second piece is inspired by the concept of the space western. This piece is called “Cosmic Outlaw”.