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OTHER VOICES Soundtrack available at ITunes and CDBaby

Sunday, June 27th, 2010 by Anna


This score that John Morgan, Anna Bonn, and I did back in 1999 is now available for download only at itunes and CD Baby. The score is quite dark and somewhat influenced by Goldsmith, Goldenthal, and Herrmann. It’s fully orchestral and performed by the Russian National Symphony Orchestra.

This end-of-the-millennium drama deals with the breakdown of communication, the loss of identity and the facelessness of corporate life. Phil and Anna are a young married, New York couple whose belief in their commitment to each other is on extremely tenuous ground. Each suspects the other of infidelity and even for this very modern thinking couple, this represents the worst kind of threat. But even as they feel each other slipping away, they are willing to do anything to save their relationship. Set in a highly stylized world in which no visual image, or character is random, Phil and Anna’s fractured world can’t help but implode.

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I hope you all like this score.
William Stromberg

THE BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL score available for download at Itunes and CD Baby

Monday, February 22nd, 2010 by Anna

John Morgan and I have composed this new score for the documentary THE BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL available for download at iTunes and CD Baby. In addition to coming up with many original themes, we used a lot of traditional tunes from the period including William Billings’ “Chester” and “Yankee Doodle”. The score is somewhat robust at times and, I would say, sounds a little as if Bernard Herrmann and Max Steiner had written a score together. I realize that that is a bold statement, but you’ll get what I mean when or if you hear it. The director, Tony Malanowski, is a huge fan of the Golden Age scores, so it was a lot of fun to work on. – William Stromberg