Tag Archives | Diego Clemente

Problem Solving A Moment In The Story

Solution_ProblemIn an effort to keep everyone informed, I thought I’d write about the problems I’m experiencing in making a new song for Diego and Sofia in Act II work the way it should work.

Picture this: we are in the aviary of Don Victor Blanco. Diego has snuck away from the Blanco Ball in an effort to finally secure the two passenger pigeons for his Patron (Edward Nelson). Unbeknownst to him, both Sofia and Don Victor’s son, Carlos, have followed him separately into the aviary.  It is a remarkable and beautiful scene in The Mapmaker’s Opera novel as well by Béa Gonzalez. Continue Reading →

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Under Her Spell – The New Song At last!

Christian_ScallanHi Folks,

I post this picture of Chris Scallan because his audio mix of the new song (yes, the much awaited, long overdue, previously promised on a number of occasions – never to materialize – mythical entity of a song) is simply amazing and wonderful!

Equally wonderful is the vocal by Sam Rabbone, who, once again; as he did on the track ‘Home Sweet Home’, has delivered a performance that perfectly captures the ‘heart and soul’ of our young protagonist, Diego Clemente. Continue Reading →

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What’s Been Happening…..

Mariachi_BandHi everyone.  Apologies, I’ve been otherwise occupied with some non-musical matters over the last month. Progress has slowed down only a little on the score itself, but arranging and orchestrating work for the audio demos have been a bit harder hit by the enforced hiatus.  So, what has been completed? Continue Reading →

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