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).
All the pieces are in place, all eventualities have been considered and now it is time to put the wheels in motion. The plan commences slowly at first and then gathers momentum. The enemy won't know what hit 'em! Ideal for military or crime drama, documentaries and games of strategy. Orchestral. Instrumental, Military, Orchestral Epic
The 6th Panzer Army rumbles to engage the U.S. 2nd Infantry in the weeks following D Day. Heavy armour, determined soldiers, maverick generals and thousands of casualties, all reflected in this 'mechanised battle' cue. It builds from the commencement of hostilities to a thunderous climax and fade. Instrumental, Military, Battle Action Orchestral
A unique military group; whether because they have special skills, are misfits, operate beyond the law, or posses a criminal wardrobe. They undertake covert missions and fire thousands of bullets without causing a single fatality. A blast from the 1980's where exploding cars made Saturday nights. Instrumental, Military, Orchestral Epic
Big Chorus and Orchestra opening followed by Latin chants with an apocalyptic climax to finish. An unholy union of Carmina Burana and The Omen. Perfect for Halloween, occult activities. forces of nature and manifestations of awesome power. Ideal for trailers, spooky specials and comic horror parody. Mixed Vocals, Military, Battle Gothic
A story from American history, not the battles of the civil war or the gunfights of cowboys but the story of the lives ordinary people. The challenges of individual existence played out on an epic landscape. Perfect for opening titles, historical documentary or ads evoking traditional values. Instrumental, Military, Victory
Epic scale high energy action adventure soundtrack! Heroic fight scenes, marching to war, going into battle or Movie Trailer with a hint of sword & sandals. Driving rhythms, constant momentum, heroic melody, powerful climax. Full orchestra with drums of war, male choir and an anvil! Instrumental, Military, War Preparations
Solitary trumpet call, sonorous voiceover, three breeds of snare drum - yes, this must be a time of war. Whether its a review of a historic battle or a documentary containing the recollections of veterans and survivors, this is the kind of 'we prepared to attack at dawn' kind of underscore you need. Instrumental, Military, Battle Commencing