Chicago Composer Daniel Schrader specializes in Classical and Dramatic music, but enjoys New Age as well. He has worked for many years as a music consultant, and his compositions have been included in feature-length films, short films, animations, and more. Daniel received his education at Concordia Univ-Chicago and the Univ of Illinois-Chicago, and his talents could make your dramatization sparkle.
Daniel's mastery in composition ranges widely, with many tracks perfect for dramatizations reflecting pomp, pagentry and religious rituals with a tinge of melancholy. "Dreams" is an elegant, sad overture that would work well for War movies and themes portraying difficult personal journeys. We are delighted to showcase his talent.
Chamber orchestral work approximately nine minutes long. Tone poem tracking one person's path without a true love. Meeting that true love, marrying them, them passing away, and reunion after death. Instrumental, Classical, 21st Century
Medley of Oh Come, Oh Come Emmanuel, Lo How a Rose Er Blooming, and Oh Come All Ye Faithful. All hymns are performed in their entirity by a woodwind quintet. Hymns are tied together through transitions. Instrumental, Christmas, Xmas Orch.
Full orchestra. Starts slow strings w/flute and oboe duet. Brass fanfare follows with solo trumpet on melody. Battle sequence follows, with a recap of the fanfare slower and a fuller richer playing of the melody. Instrumental, Dramatic, Regal Orchestral
Nine piece brass. Very fast beginning with rhythmic trombones. Second half reminiscent of New World Symphony movement 4 but much slower, more connected. Ends very fast like it began. Instrumental, Dramatic, Regal Orchestral