Hurrah ! Barney Snow’s fine documentary “Some Day I’ll Find You”- about an anonymous, nameless (pre-Banksy) artist leaving over 250,000 beer mats with hand-drawn pics of Mario Lanza on them, all round the Black Country for the past 30 years or so, is getting a showing at the Open City Docs documentary festival next month, June 21st. It was my very great pleasure to write the score.
and a tune from the score …
A short edit of various commissions, for your pleasure
Glad to say that a good deal of Apollo music is now heading to the new Broadcast Composers music library, should you need quick and easy licensing – should be available for use in a few weeks.
“It works as a stand alone album, one that will sit comfortably between your Eno and Max Richter records. It is full of brief but warmly evocative cues that will be returned to again and again; what it illustrates will be entirely up to your imagination.” Jeremy Bye at A Closer Listen
There’s now a trailer for Barney Snow’s “Some Day I’ll Find You” documentary up on Vimeo – hopefully to be broadcast soon. The trailer uses a version of a Beethoven piano sonata but the rest of the film was scored by Tom Green.
Music commissioned for the BBC 1 documentary “Summer in Blackpool” on Jan 3rd – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pmbfj - now off the iPlayer but there’s a short clip up on that link – (in other news, Layke Anderson’s ‘Dylan’s Room’(score from Erebus & Terror)was longlisted for a BAFTA but didn’t quite make it- better luck next time, Layke …)