Suzanne Ciani is an internationally-celebrated composer, five-time Grammy nominated recording artist, and pioneer in the field of electronic music and sound design. She has worked on films, commercials and video games including award-winning music for high profile Fortune 500 clients like Coca-Cola, Merrill Lynch, AT&T, General Electric, Verizon, and more. Suzanne was the first woman to score a major Hollywood feature, Lily Tomlin’s “The Incredible Shrinking Woman,” both full length documentaries of ”Mother Teresa,” and various themes for Columbia Pictures and “One Life to Live."
Suzanne Ciani is best loved for her 15 albums of original music which feature her performances in a broad array of expressions: pure electronic, solo piano, piano with orchestra, and piano with jazz ensemble. Accompaniment typically includes strings, horns, woodwinds and synths. Suzanne has recorded on major labels including Private Music/BMG, but now enjoys the freedom of being on her indie label, Seventh Wave Productions. Her classically-inspired visual works are sophisticated and graceful yet precise, evoking a colorful spectrum of themes and emotions. Be sure to sample a few compositions to hear the variety. Suzanne’s experience, versatility, perfectionism and passion bring magic to every project she engages.
Beautiful orchestral classical. Romantic elegant sophisticated tender and innocent. Falling in love, springtime walks. Warm and uplifting. Movie trailer, opening credits or main theme. Film noir, documentary footage, Euro holiday, honeymoon, rich lifestyles, true love, diamonds, passion, amor! Instrumental, Classical, 20th Century
Beautiful solo piano track, sweet and mellow. Very romantic-kissing and caressing scenes, the breath taking scenery of mountains and national parks. Sophisticated and elegant. Instrumental, Classical, Classical Piano
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