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  1. Dear all, I would like you to write the series of traditional orchestral film music score-styled albums and conduct as well. I suggest we stick to seven albums and that would be enough. And they are: After the Rain - in the style of lush and romantic Maurice Jarre with a slow opening and slow ending (16 tracks) (Piano solos included) Sad Memory - in the style of mournful and emotional Elmer Bernstein with a slow opening and slow ending (16 tracks) (Piano solos included) War on Terror - 9/11 and the Iraq War - in the style of action-packed, dramatic, mournful and emotional James Horner with a slow opening and slow ending (32 tracks) (Piano and trumpet solos included) The Places Between - in the style of lush and romantic John Barry with a slow opening and slow ending (16 tracks) (Piano and harmonica solos included) Golda - in the style of lush, softer and dramatic Georges Delerue with a slow opening and slow ending (32 tracks) (Piano solos included) Friends and Lovers - in the style of lush and romantic Marvin Hamlisch with a slow opening and slow ending (16 tracks) (Piano, tenor sax and harmonica solos included) Notes of the Noblewoman - in the style of haunting and softer Wojciech Kilar with a slow opening and slow ending (32 tracks) (Piano and cello solos included) This will begin ASAP and when it's done I would like you to record each album elsewhere with the live orchestra and group of soloists in Los Angeles starting from next year. Please apply if you are interested. Sincerely, Lwazi Nkiwane
  2. Hello! This are spme of my growing collection of scores for a book I am writing. They all have special themes and are completely original. THanks! They are not up to their full potential however since this is an electronic orchestra and is not real. I also have not touched all of them up so some are more rich than others.The Longest Road is actually a bonus track that is not really a score.
  3. HI everyone! I have taken the attempt of making an original soundtrack for the Silmarillion, a book by J.R.R Tolkien. Note, I don't own any rights to the J.R.R Tolkien company and in no ways I am related or associated with the films address either. This is merely for fun and for hype. Thanks!
  4. Hello all. One of my good friends had created this short film, involving a guy getting a lightsaber delivered to him in the mail. He asked me if I could compose a soundtrack for his film, to which I immediately agreed. Now, because this is related to Star Wars in many ways, I felt it was necessary to use some of John Williams' themes and motifs. Even so, this soundtrack has some of my own original music too. So, the film itself and my soundtrack are attached in this post.
  5. This score was written for the short film written and directed by Ya'Shalan Nelson entitled The Fifth. The story was inspired by the Billy Holliday song, "Strange Fruit". Taking place somewhere the American south in 1992, the film begins with two young men, named Moe and Stone, lamenting on not being able to catch any fish for grandma. Moe discovers a backpack close by, calls out to find the owner, but nobody is around. Stone directs Moe to look for the owner while he heads to the nearest payphone to call home. While Stone is trekking, he suddenly stops in his tracks, stunned by what he discovers. A young woman, named Emery, is hung, lifeless, from a tree. Both Moe and Stone move quickly to take care of this mysterious young woman's body and spirit. They carefully remove her from the tree and respectfully lay her down on the ground. They move to discovering who she is. Stone then leaves the scene to call the police, and Moe stays behind to protect the murdered victim. In the bag Moe discovered, he finds a letter penned by Emery to her boyfriend. The voice of Emery narrates her heartwarming love letter, and beautifully displays the hopes, fears, and joys of life as an African-American. Any thoughts and feedback are welcome, and thank you for listening!
  6. Hello my name is Alban, I am 37 years old and I live in Paris. I have composed for several years, If you have some time, come on my Web site to listen to my compositions and watch my videos. You are welcome ! Please give me your opinion, it interests me a lot! Thank you link: http://matbox-symphony.com/
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