Florida Composer Dakota Goldsworth's music ranges from Danny Elfman-inspired Dramatic Orchestral pieces to Rock, Jazz, and Electronic tracks. In addition to scoring Indie films, he produces Pop Rock artists like Stephany Kess, and writes Corporate Instructional Videos for companies like Hobbs & Law and BXRepro. In the 1990s, Dakota led an Industrial Metal band, and has recently released two Orchestral CDs. Musical influences include James Dooley, Ennio Morricone, Christopher Young, Al Jourgensen, and Daft Punk.
An elegant, Philip Glass inspired, orchestration with tremolo and pizzicato strings, and solo violin. Varying piano arpeggios tick away as the song sweeps towards it's happy finale. Perfect for time lapse, commercials or videos inspiring elegance, refinement, cultured, or hard work concluded. Instrumental, Dramatic, Contemplative Music
Dreamscapes theme. Mystical and wonderful with an element of danger. Quirky awe. Great for TV, film and video game intros. Has a Danny Elfman and Jim Dooley quality. Amazing product reveals, science and discovery. Instrumental, Dramatic, Ethereal Music
An epic, high adventure, orchestral piece. Powerful and majestic, perfect for movie trailers, battle scenes, sports, competitive rivalries, videos games, etc. Evokes a fight to the finish, against all odds feeling. Military, Army, Navy. Instrumental, Dramatic, Regal Orchestral