Texas composer Jonathan Geer is a prolific genius, creating both SFX and music in many genres –- from folksy to dreamy, to his soaring orchestral “Confessions” -- a dark, spiritual hymn that arcs into an enigmatic piece where love reigns supreme. Big in games production, Jonathan's music appears in the Nintendo DS productions Marker Man Adventures and Clueless Fashion, and the PC game Dragon Portals. His tracks have appeared on Access Hollywood, the 700 Club, and BBC programs as well. Jonathan's 2001 BA in Film Scoring makes him a valuable resource!
Jonathan grew up in Waxahachie, Texas, and also plays solo, dreamy piano pieces, another instrument he has mastered as his musical talents developed through the years. Now living in the hot music city of Austin, we are pleased to represent his latest compositions here, as we are always looking for the most up-and-coming young artists of our times.
The online music magazine, Foxy Digitalis, describes Jonathan’s music as “...an upper crusty breath of fresh air in this noisy, fast-paced, make-a-buck music business.”
Commercial length piece with full orchestra and choir. Begins with solo trumpet and then briefly swells into a hopeful, proud moment with the entire orchestra. Returns to solo trumpet as it ends. It's short, but it tells a story. Mixed Vocals, Dramatic Music, Patriotic Music
A majestic solo horn carries this proud, patriotic track. Orchestral strings provide a lush backing and briefly swell into the ending as everything resolves. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Patriotic Music
A cinematic track featuring solo cello and violin with lots of subtle electronic and orchestral backing. The sound is ethereal and dreamy and relies heavily on the beauty of the acoustic string instruments. Childrens Vocals, Dramatic Music, Ethereal Music
A playful, magical track. Harp, bells, mallets, strings and vocals lend a whimsical air to the proceedings. Perfect for gameplay or anything that requires a seamless loop. Has a childlike, fantasy quality. Vocal Pads, Dramatic Music, Whimsical Music
This orchestral track was designed for a long-form commercial. It ebbs and flows between sections and really tells a full story. It's very cinematic and a bit reminiscent of some Danny Elfman scores with a slightly fantasy quality. Childrens Vocals, Dramatic Music, Hollywood Orchestral Epic
A short, commercial length track that is a bit quirky and hopeful, but ends in a brief moment of triumph. Full orchestra, piano, bells and vocals give a lush full sound. Female Vocals, Dramatic Music, Whimsical Music