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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.


(DECEMBER 2012)
In a Higher Society


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).



Genres for This Artist

Total Tracks: 155

Instrumental Tracks (148 Tracks) | Vocal Tracks (7) |
Music Genres For David Gosnell
Action | Brazilian | Chinese | Christmas | Classical | Corporate | Dangerous | Dramatic | European | Hip Hop | Horror | Indian | Jazz | Military | Rock | Soundalikes |



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DA LUDWIG POSSE - (by David Gosnell)  Year: 2011
David Gosnell Beethoven Symphony No.7 - Allegretto - with a laid back majestic hip-hop twist. Also available as a straight 'classical' variant. Arranged for strings & timpani. Cool corporate ad campaign, great drama and film score for 'The King's Speech' or rapping over! Urban darkness, sneaky gangstas or mafia, Instrumental, Hip Hop, Electro-Orchestral, Ludwig van Beethoven
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Hip Hop, Electro-Orchestral
453872 2:01 Very Slow 58   
30sec (Triumphal Conclusion) - Hip Hop, Hip Hop Instrumental
454345 0:31 Slow 65   
60sec (Without Repeats) - Hip Hop, Hip Hop Instrumental
454346 1:01 Slow 65   
30sec (Quieter Opening) - Hip Hop, Hip Hop Instrumental
454300 0:31 Slow 64   
Variation A (Faster) - Action, Theme Crime
454266 1:52 Slow 62   
Variation B (Faster - 2012 Remix) - Hip Hop, Electro-Orchestral
535051 1:55 Slow 62   

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