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Visible Music

VISIBLE MUSIC

  • Original music and arrangements
  • Music for film, silent film, television, radio, websites
  • Music for special events, exhibitions, lectures and science festivals
  • Original film projects to commission
  • Music publishing, editing, score/parts preparation
  • CDs; DVDs

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Jean Hasse

Listen: Timeless

Read full biography
See Film/Media page


David Matthews

Listen: "Eight Duos
for two violins"(excerpt,
NMC CD, Faber Music)
(see DM: Chamber music)
Read full biography

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Norman Worrall

Watch: BECOMING EMILY Film Excerpts
Listen : Amnesty (excerpt)
See Film Projects page

Read full biography

 



news:

NORMAN WORRALL
Our dear friend, partner and colleague Norman Worrall passed away on
4 March 2014.
We will be writing tributes to him and continuing to share his music and films with the world. He was creative in many ways - and his ceaseless work in the arts was inspiring to us and energizing for him. His music and film work and abundant spirit gave people great pleasure.



JEAN HASSE
SILENT WAGNER
As part of the Wagner 200 Festival, Jean composed a new score for a January 12th performance at the Barbican's Cinema 1, London, accompanying the 1913 film on piano, The Life and Works of Richard Wagner
(96 min).

More info

DAVID MATTHEWS
Four Portraits
for piano, chamber music and numerous arrangements feature in David's spring and summer concert performances.
- More details and concert listings.
- Read David's thoughts
on British music.


Recordings:

- Vespers
for choir and orchestra has been recorded by the Bournemouth Symp Orch and the Bath Choir, along with David's Symphony No.7 (Dutton Vocalion)
- Music for Piano
(Toccata Classics)
- Music for Solo VIolin, Vol.1
(Toccata Classics)
- Eight Duos
for 2 violins (NMC label)

NORMAN WORRALL
Britten Re-imagined
A work for string orchestra and harp, a deconstruction and reinterpretation of Britten's famous piece, the Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings.
A score and CD are available now.


Seven Last Words from the Cross
A narrative video combining images of great paintings with specially-composed music.

JEAN HASSE
The Fall of the House of Usher silent film score was played by ensemble Counterpoise on
6 November
at the Victoria Rooms, Bristol, and 29 September at Kings Place, London.

Read reviews

Recent film scores:

The Cuban Underground, a documentaryabout bats,
and
Ben Labra D'Ollie,
a childrens' animation film (DVD w/book combination)

see: JH other films/media

SOUNDSCAPES
Bristol Neuroscience Festival 2013
University of Bristol,
11-12 October:
Visible Music soundscapes accompanied a film with neuroscience images, between special talks and before the plenary lecture.
Link

The Cambridge 2013 Science Festival
featured several VM soundscapes, playing before lectures on various science topics.
see: Sample Science Festival soundscape info