Thanks! Sogno di Volare is distributed through EAM for North American purchase and Faber for Europe and the rest of the world. The contact info is on my site.
That link should work. You have to type in the price when it says 'Name a fair price'.
It could be separated out from the main suite, yes. EAM/DC handles the rentals, so perhaps reach out to them? Either they'll be able to print it separately, or they'll reach out to me for revised standalone score and parts.
It originated with a string quartet I wrote as a graduate student at the Royal College of Music (Lacrymosa), which several years later I repurposed for a short film score (for a Luxembourgian film called 'The Lodge'). That piece then got re-recorded for Calling All Dawns as 'Lux Aeterna', and I decided I liked the motif so much, and it was so harmonically flexible, that I could use it as a connecting device throughout CAD. Thanks for asking!
There will be a concert announced soon in the UK, so stay tuned!
Could you please visit Melbourne, Australia? My boyfriend has said he will no go to any other artist's concert except yours, and he's serious about it! He even declined tickets to Hans Zimmer, as he said the student (you) became better than the teacher.
Thanks! And I'm sure Hans puts on a pretty good show. :) I unfortunately don't have any plans to visit Australia (except as a tourist), but hopefully I can get something arranged sometime soon.
Hello Mr. Christopher Tin,
I am currently in first year at the EPF, a French engineering school.
If I send you this mail, it is as part of a web project that I have to do with three mates. We created a site on Greek and Egyptian mythology, and we had to make a video presentation of it.
We would like to get the rights to use background music your music "New Courses", music from Civilization 6.
Hopefully you will reply to this message.
I thank you in advance,
Raphaël Ben Kemoun, engineering student.
If it's just for a school project, sure! Should be fine. But don't post it online... thanks!
Hey man! Just wanted to say that I've been thoroughly enjoying both the Offworld Trading Company soundtrack and Songo di Volare (I have been singing it all morning and I love it)!!
My question is about OTC. In listening it sounds like you wrote this in four movements. Was that something you intended to do going into writing or did it kind of happen as the project began to unfold?
There are actually six movements, and each happens in five 'stages', corresponding to when you upgrade your HQ. But good job noticing!