Robert Brannan is an American composer whose musical catalog represents a very broad spectrum of styles and moods. His work has been licensed for commercials, documentary films, feature films, and game projects for the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy. As a performer, Robert has played and recorded the guitar and oud in a variety of musical contexts. His impressive array of genres includes Classical, Electronic, Ambient, Dramatic, Horror, and various guitar-oriented themes.
Robert Brannan began playing the guitar at the age of fourteen (in 1992) and has studied music extensively since then, both independently and as a music student at the Florida State University. Over the years, he has immersed himself in the study of classical music theory, harmony and improvistation, and jazz theory. Robert is particularly fond of, and influenced by, the music of J. S. Bach, Richard Wagner, Nikita Koshkin, Django Reinhardt, Isaac Albeniz, and Pink Floyd.
Middle eastern instruments and chants evoke a desert scene with a foreboding mood that builds as the voices become less and less human and the ancient demons seem to call out from beneath the desert sand. Equally suited as an introduction or used during an aftermath. Female Vocals, Horror Music, Horror Contemplative
Cinematic piece that builds into an intensely rhythmic and musical climax. Chanting females sing an ethereal, haunting vocal line around a relentless pulsing crescendo. Would be terrific in a climactic good vs evil standoff or chase scene (adventure, sci fi, or horror film), Female Vocals, Horror Music, Horror Action Intense Music