Posts by Robin Hoffmann


Welcome to the Daily Film Scoring Bits section of my website! On this page I publish on a more-or-less daily basis small hints, tricks and advices concerning the creation of music especially for film. These hints cover the fields of composition, orchestration and film scoring but also things concerning the workflow in this field, like the working relationship between composer and director etc. If you want to read more Tips, Tricks and...

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RADIO HEIMAT – Orchestrator

RADIO HEIMAT – Orchestrator


Posted on Nov 1, 2016 in News

A few months ago, I did some string orchestration for the upcoming feature film RADIO HEIMAT, out in cinemas in Germany on November 10th. The score was written by composers Riad Abdel-Nabi and Anders Ehlin. Here’s the trailer (German): Related posts: PETTERSSON UND FINDUS 2 – Orchestrator Radio Interview and Ask.FM Arrangements for DJ BoBo and 21st Century Orchestra Happy New Year and...

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A while ago I had the pleasure of co-orchestrating the film score for PETTERSSON UND FINDUS – DAS SCHÖNSTE WEIHNACHTEN ÜBERHAUPT by composer Ali N. Askin. The christmas themed feature film will hit German cinemas on November 3rd. The score was performed wonderfully by Staatskapelle Weimar. Here’s the official trailer (in German): Related posts: LUTHERAN SYMPHONIX – Recording Sessions Radio Interview and Ask.FM...

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I spent the last few days in the beautiful city of Halle attending this year’s Filmmusiktage. I had the pleasure of hosting a two day seminar on how to write for real orchestra and arrange some of the pieces of the film music concert that concluded this festival. I had a few really nice days, met a lot of old and new friends and colleagues and got the chance to work with Bernd Ruf and the Staatskapelle Halle once again. Cool...

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A few months ago, I had the priviledge and pleasure to arrange a big part of the orchestral parts of Matthias Schweighöfers first album LACHEN WEINEN TANZEN. As the music is pretty filmic and “grand scale” there was quite a bit of room for the orchestra to add to the songs. The orchestra was recorded at the world famous Teldex-Studio in Berlin with a quite large line-up of 50 string players and 13 brass players including 6...

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