UK artist Mark Bisson writes eclectic music in styles ranging from whimsical Pop songs to challenging modern Classical pieces. Working as a teacher, composer, and conductor for nearly 20 years, he brings to his compositions a passion for 19th and 20th Century Classical works and film scores. With considerable experience in scoring and orchestration, his dramatic tracks are particularly ideal for historical TV and film documentaries. Mark has a diploma in piano from the London College Of Music, and he also plays clarinet, viola, violin, guitar, bass, recorder, and drum kit.
Expansive, Impressionist, orchestral evocation of an awe-inspiring night sky with twinkling stars and distant horn calls. Great for documentaries about space or the universe. Instrumental, Dramatic, Ethereal Music
Driving, serious, orchestral, minimalist music growing from a staccato string riff with harpsichord, piano, bass and woodwind motifs. Optimistic middle section is followed by string tune added to return of first theme. Ideal for aerial, time-lapsed cityscapes, suggesting modernistic progress. Instrumental, Dramatic, Mechanical Music
Dramatic dawn over misty mountains after battle, disaster or serious event: shimmering tremolando string orchestra pedal note and distant plaintive horn calls. A solitary guttural Celtic fiddle responds. Perfect for historical documentary about rural Ireland or the Highlands of Scotland. Instrumental, Dramatic, Sad Music
Slow, emotional lament for string orchestra, starts sparsely then becomes richer and later polyphonic in texture. Mood of Nostalgic regret and anguished at times; coming to terms with changed fortunes ending on a note of acceptance. Suitably noble music for the aftermath of a tragedy or sad event. Instrumental, Dramatic, Sad Music