Posts made in January, 2011


I’m just from Basel/Switzerland, where I spent the last few days to attend the first orchestral rehearsal of the arrangements/orchestrations I did together with Robert Emery and Moritz Schneider for the event concert by the Swiss band Lovebugs. On February 4th, 5th and 6th they will play their most popular songs together with the Basel Symphony Orchestra. We had the first rehearsal day right in the same location where the...

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During the last few weeks, I have been very busy orchestrating the music for the big event concert in the Stadtcasino Basel, where on February 4th, 5th and 6th the Swiss Rock band LOVEBUGS will play together with the Basel Symphony Orchestra. Together with musical director and arranger Robert Emery and Moritz Schneider, I have been writing the arrangements of 90 minutes of the band’s most popular songs from several decades of...

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Welcome to the Daily Film Scoring Bits Archive of January to June 2011! If you want to read the most recent Tips, Tricks and Hints, head over to the other DAILY FILM SCORING BITS ARCHIVES! Follow me on Twitter or Facebook to receive the most recent tips 6/30/11: Triplets are very common rhythmic values, especially in march-like score music but also in action scores etc. and they have quite a few special properties. The first one is,...

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