Category: Film Scoring

YIKÁÍSDÁHÁ

YIKÁÍSDÁHÁ

YIKÁÍSDÁHÁ – That Which Awaits the Dawn Film makers Gavin Heffernan & Harun Mehmedinović have given permission to MusicWiz.club members to practice film scoring with the astoundingly beautiful film YIKÁÍSDÁHÁ.  You should turn the sound down to imagine your own newly written score. “It’s almost summer and summer is the time of stars. With just […]

Generique

Generique

The first film score of independent artistic merit and dominant coloration of the dramatic action was not Duke Ellington’s famous score to Otto Preminger’s Anatomy of a Murder (1959), but Miles Davis’ score to Louis Malle’s Elevator to the Gallows (1958), a lesser known film that is nonetheless a paragon of French film noir. Evidently, […]

Ara’s Tale by Martin Lubich

Ara’s Tale by Martin Lubich

Film maker Martin Lubich has given permission to MusicWiz.club members to practice film scoring with his hauntingly beautiful film “Ara’s Tale”.  This unforgettable story appeals to all ages, and is a favorite with audiences. This film is perfect for film scoring practice, because the film maker is providing some invaluable files to help understand the […]

Big Buck Bunny from the Blender Foundation

Big Buck Bunny from the Blender Foundation

This film was the first project created by the Blender Institute in Amsterdam. Tan Roosendaal has given us permission to use this film in our film score practice. Turn down the sound and imagine your own zany score written to fit this short film created in the style of the great old cartoons. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YE7VzlLtp-4&feature=youtu.be Big […]

Sintel by the Blender Foundation

Sintel by the Blender Foundation

Sintel – Third Open Movie by Blender Foundation Ton Roosendaal of the Blender Foundation has given us permission to use the wonderful Blender film “Sintel” in our film scoring practice. Be sure and turn down the sound to begin imagining your own music enhancing this film. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRsGyueVLvQ Sintel – Third Open Movie from the Blender […]

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