Posts made in December, 2009


Finally a few new tracks. These are the first recordings from “Dällebach Kari” – The Musical. We recorded these tracks in Prague with a large symphony orchestra line-up (Woodwinds: 3/2/2/3, Brass: 6/3/4/1, 4 Perc, Drums, Bass, Guitar, Piano/Celeste, Harp, Strings 14/12/10/8/6) so these are pretty “grand scale” musical songs. Of course, not the whole show will sound this big but we felt it was important to...

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Finally I can present you with a video of our last trip to Prague where we recorded a few of the songs for our musical with big orchestra conducted by Michael Reed, our Musical Supervisor. After that we went to Salzburg to meet up with our director Andreas Gergen to do the first routines, which means, bringing the songs into a shape for the stage, adding breaks for scenes, deciding who’s gonna sing in the songs, finding places...

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The last few days I spent in London together with Moritz and Christian Struppeck (who does the Musical development of “Dällebach Kari”) to meet up with Michael Reed (who’s our Musical Supervisor) to discuss about the structure of the show and the songs and to incorporate scenes, dialogue passages into the songs as well as deciding over reprises etc. We had a very constructive meeting and all finally have more and...

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Save Angel Hope – US DVD release


Posted on Dec 14, 2009 in News

A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away I wrote the movie score for a film called “Save Angel Hope”. Due to several reasons, a release of this movie was delayed a few times, originally it was planned to have a cinematic release, which didn’t happen due to several other reasons but finally there’s light at the end of the tunnel. The movie has been released straight to DVD in a few countries and did very well...

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Game Developer Award


Posted on Dec 14, 2009 in News

Anno 1404 – a computer game for which I orchestrated parts of the soundtrack has won the prize for “Best Music” at this years German Game Developer Awards. The Game won lots of other prices in other categories as well but the music prize of course is THE most important one :) I also arranged a 5 minute Suite of well known game music themes ranging from the C64 era till today for this event, played by 2 Violoncelli...

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