Buon Natale! VSL ci regala delle bellissime videointerviste a grandi compositori e orchestratori di Hollywood.

Artist Videos Many users of Vienna Symphonic Library products enjoy a successful career as film composers, orchestrators, and conductors. In our Studio Chats interview series we present five extraordinary artists sharing their individual approaches to writing and orchestrating music for film and television.

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Alexandre Desplat Has worked on many TV and film projects, including Carnage, Coco Chanel, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Ghost Writer, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, The King’s Speech, The Queen, and many more.


Danny Elfman Danny Elfman’s scoring credits include Alice in Wonderland, Batman, Batman Returns, Dark Shadows, Dick Tracy, Edward Scissorhands, Hulk, Men in Black 2 & 3, Planet of the Apes, Spider-Man, Mars Attacks, and Mission: Impossible.


Kevin Kliesch Works both as a composer and orchestrator. He contributed music to The 13th Floor, Buffy – The Vamire Slayer, Gentle Ben – The Movie, Hangover, The Muppets, Pokémon – The First Movie, Scary Movie 2, Tangled, Thundercats (TV series), X-Men and many more.


Blake Neely Works as a composer, conductor, orchestrator and pianist. Credits: Brothers and Sisters (TV series, 2006–2011), Life As We Know It, The Mentalist (TV series, since 2008), Pirates of the Caribbean – At World’s End, and Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Man’s Chest.


David Newman Before becoming a film composer David Newman has played on numerous Hollywood film scores as a professional violinist. He wrote the music for over 100 films, such as 102 Dalmatians, Anastasia, Animals United, Ice Age, Man of the House, Matilda, Norbit, Serenity, The Spirit, and The Nutty Professor.


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