David Gosnell is a classically trained pianist and composer writing music for Film and TV covering action, drama, suspense, horror, science fiction, comedy and adventure productions. His music has been featured many times on BBC Television in the UK (Countryfile, The Saturday Show, South Today, and Can Gerry Robinson Fix the NHS?). David also composed the trailer for "Scooby and The Witch’s Ghost" (Turner Entertainment, France), the station ident for Gangster (Paramount Channel), and music for “I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here," Eps. 1 and 16 (London Weekend TV), to name a few.
Winner of our Editor’s Choice Award for December 2012, this gorgeous track offers class, romance and optimism, with a divinely beautiful melody and a sunny, all’s right with the world sensibility. Talent, originality and education come together magically in UK Composer David Gosnell’s superb piano-driven orchestral song. An award-winning track for the ages, this elegant and dreamy music will capture the hearts of viewers of all ages.
Other Credits for David Gosnell include: Our Threatened Planet - Harlech Television (2001), Inside Out - BBC South West (2002), Screentime - Meridian Broadcasting (2003), and Mad About Alice: School Craze - BBC Television (2004). He also created the Station Ident for Gangster (The Paramount Channel) that was used from 2007-2008. In 2009, he scored Immigrant Dinner (Director Jai Hoyt, Producer Jason Young), and in 2010, The Salon (Director Taylan Mutaf, Producer Mo Bazazi). David recently wrote additional music for the scores for Night of The Templar (David Carradine) and War Flowers (Christina Ricci).
A young man tell fantastical stories to his ailing mother, not realising she has died while he is in the process of telling them. Scored for string orchestra this piece combines loyalty, tranquility and tragedy growing from a hush to a climax and then ebbing away to silence. Instrumental, Classical, Romantic, Edvard Grieg
If the toccata in Dm is too 'in your face' for your project and you need something that can sit more in the background or under a voice-over, this is the Bach organ piece for you. This is a phantom, mad professor or vampire hatching an evil plan. Perfect for creating a dramatic spooky atmosphere. Instrumental, Classical, Baroque, Johann Sebastian Bach