I played calling all dawns with the West Ausralian Charity orchestra Feb this year and it was a great experience. I really loved the way you orchestrated for brass (I am a Trombonist) although I will admit being slightly jelous of those amazing french horn parts at times. Anyway, I am really looking forward to your next piece and hope to have an opportunity to play it at some time in the future!
In the mean time I have been looking around for some other contemporary film/video game scores that I could play with another orchestra I am in. They seem really hard to come by! Do you have any advice regarding obtaining scores that for orchestra from these genres?
Thanks Robert! I like writing gnarly brass parts. I wrote some pretty epic stuff in the new album… you should check it out! I'd love a concert in Australia, actually, if you know of some way to get that going.
And as for other game scores, the best thing to do is simply to contact the composer. We all love having our music played.
Thanks so much for writing!
Will there be a videoscore in the near future?Christopher Tin responded on 04/12/2014 Next question
I loved Calling all Dawns, not only because it was a musical masterpiece but because of how it highlights the sameness of the entire human race through music. We truly are one people, no matter the color of the dawn we grew up with.
But I'm just swept away by how Waloyo Yamoni borrows your soul and takes it to an old, indigenous stage.
I sensed a great yearning, a profound desire for something from the song, as if were inviting life itself into the world.
Then when I read the lyrics, I realized that that was just exactly it. I'm from the Philippines, a country that still has indigenous people. We have an indigenous saying "Ti Danum Ket Biag" which means "Water is Life".
"If there is rain, we shall rejoice! It is well! There is life! Our granaries are full!"
It's funny how much we've lost touch with nature that we don't realize the simple joy that the rain brings life.
Thank you for your song. You are a gift to humanity. I would love to meet you someday and thank you in person.