Documentary “Ode to My Mother” wins 2014 IndieFest award
“Ode to My Mother” (dir. Georges Chamchoum), the beautiful documentary I had the pleasure of scoring earlier this year, has just won a 2014 IndieFest award!
Congrats to the team for all their hard work.
Here is an excerpt from my score to this wonderful documentary:
“Ode to My Mother” documentary screening
“Ode to My Mother”, the beautiful documentary by director Georges Chamchoum I had the pleasure of scoring earlier this year, will be screening at the House of Lebanon | Lebanese American Foundation October 18 & 19 (at 3:45pm and 3:15pm respectively).
More info can be found at https://www.facebook.com/LebaneseAmericanCulturalCenter?fref=nf
The screenings are free!
Check out this cue from the score:
Music composed and produced by Edouard Brenneisen – © Edouard Brenneisen 2014
Currently writing music for “YuGiOh – Arc V” animation show
I am currently having a blast writing music for the newest installment in the famous animation show franchise “YuGiOh” alongside Freddy Sheinfeld and Elik Álavrez!
Orchestrations for “Raiponce et le Prince Aventurier” musical
I have orchestrated and produced some numbers of “Raiponce et le Prince Aventurier”, a musical currently being performed in Paris at the famous Espace Cardin.
“Raiponce et le Prince Aventurier” is a quirky and fun twist on the Rapunzel fairy tale. It features performances by a fabulous cast (Mathilde Hennekinne, Marie Glorieux, Antoine Lelandais, Margaux Maillet, Anthony Michineau, Dalia Constantin, Fabian Ballarin, Adelina Belgodère, Laura Bensimon, Charlotte Hervieux, Alexandre Jérôme, Hervé Lewandoswski, Gilles Vajou), music by Julien Salvia, lyrics by Ludovic-Alexandre Vidal, libretto by Anthony Michineau, miss-en-scène by Guillaume Bouchède and choreography by Linda Faoro. I was called by fellow composer/orchestrator David Bawiec to contribute to orchestration and production duties.
“Raiponce et le Prince Aventurier” will be playing from October 4, 2014 until February 22, 2015. Tickets can be purchased on the Ticketmaster website.
Raiponce et le Prince Aventurier
“Last Knight: Rogue Rider edition” on Steam
I am proud to announce that I have written and produced more music for Toco Games’ Last Knight.
You can check it out on Steam at http://store.steampowered.com/app/262210/
Here is the launch trailer for your viewing (and listening) pleasure:
More info can be found on the game’s website at http://www.lastknightthegame.com
Arrangements for singer Alexander Kogan’s current tour
I have had the pleasure of arranging and producing music for Russian singer Alexander Kogan‘s current live set.
I had to draw influences from my jazz years for this project featuring ballet dancers on stage.
Edouard Brenneisen wraps score to “I Am Good”
I am happy to announce that I recently scored “I Am Good”. The film is my second collaboration with producer and writer Noora Albright, and is also her directorial debut.
In “I Am Good”, Sabrina’s world and hopes crash down into flames. After a serendipitous encounter with Miranda, a woman whose life and aspirations are seemingly very different from Sabrina’s, the troubled woman reconsiders her luck.
Here is an excerpt from the score:
Music composed, arranged and produced by Edouard Brenneisen © Edouard Brenneisen 2014
“Ode to My Mother” documentary – score excerpt
I am happy to share with you an excerpt to the Georges Chamchoum documentary I recently scored, “Ode to My Mother”:
Music composed, orchestrated and produced by Edouard Brenneisen – © Edouard Brenneisen 2014
Something a bit different today 😉
I am leaving orchestral music for an instant for some all-out guitar fun:
ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND!
Edouard Brenneisen wraps “Ode to My Mother” documentary
I am pleased to announce that I recently finished scoring the upcoming documentary “Ode to My Mother”.
Directed by Georges Chamchoum and written by Jeffrey Frentzen, “Ode to My Mother” depicts the life of Tahra Abdul Hafiz Al-Siba’i, a Saudi woman who defined the role of the artistic Arabian woman.
The documentary has stunning images and a very interesting artistic and historical perspective on pre-Islamic Saudi Arabia. I wrote a very emotional score for this film and look forward to sharing excerpts from the score with you!