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The Immigrant, now on Netflix

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Had the pleasure of playing piano for a number of scenes in the movie The Immigrant, under the direction of composer Christopher Spelman.  I remember for a couple scenes, bar room scenes, that the music needed to sound as if it was being payed from the early 1900’s…….wish I hadn’t nodded off in all those music history classes (just kidding)…..actually as a musician when you play jazz, there’s that feeling of swing, that deep pocket and feeling, that’s such a part of the music that we all crave…but this gig had me thinking, when exactly did Louis Armstrong make his way to Chicago and later to New York with the Fletcher Henderson Big Band?  In the end we nailed it. Working on this film with Chris Spelman, James Gray, and recording engineer Scott Jacoby was a joy.

You can check it out on Netflix.

Director: James Gray
Composer: Christopher Spelman
Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Marion Cottilard, Jeremy Renner

 

Music for PBS Frontline, Policing the Police

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Did music for a PBS Frontline documentary a couple months ago with drummer Michael Sarin and bassist Hilliard Greene, called “Policing the Police.” Scott Jacoby was the producer/composer. It’s all about the Newark Police Department, and it’s a powerful piece, really relevant to our time. Hats off to the whole production team.
 
Here is a YouTube link.
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Review from Bird is the Worm

Nice review from Dave Miller, from Bird is the Worm, of some of the music I have been playing and writing for,

 

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new film score on the way!

Thrilled to be working with on a fascinating short  film, “Beast,” by writer/director Naava Feingold.  Sketching out ideas right now, keep you posted as we move forward!

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music for The Nearest Human Being, by Marco Coppola

Just finished recording music for writer/director Marco Coppola’s new film The Nearest Human Being.  I dove into the music of the Italian composer of the 18th century, Alessandro Marcello, who wrote an amazing oboe concerto (Bach later transcribed the music, concerto for harpsichord in D minor (BWV 974).  A part of the adagio section was what I needed to record, beautiful melody.

The film is scheduled to be shown at the Telluride Film Festival…..will keep you posted where else it is to be shown.

 


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