French composer Fabrice Ravel-Chapuis writes highly rhythmic and evocative Classical music in a tasteful Minimalist style. He has produced and arranged over 30 albums of French songs, and five albums as a first-round pianist and composer in the duo Artango. Fabrice also writes for Film, TV, and Commercials, and his credits include "Are We Still Evolving?" (BBC), "Co2 mon Amour" (French National Radio), and "Book-off" (TV Ad in Japan). From moody and tragic to vibrant and bubbling, his impressionistic Chamber works are perfectly suited for the big screen.
Additional credits for Fabrice Ravel-Chapuis include Indochine, destin Français Arte (France / Germany), L'enigme polonaise - Arte (France / Germany), Gisèle Halimi, l'insoumise de Serge Moati (France 5), Chirac de Patrick Rotman (France), and Eté 36, Les 1ères vacances des Français G-M Benamou (France 5).
Real string quartet and acoustic piano for a strange suspense track live recorded in Paris. This music can illustrate a restless journey by car or the fate of an emblematic figure, the angers, and the pitfalls of life. For TV/Movie Theme/Replacement, Background Cue, Sci-fi Cue, and Scary/Ominous Cue, Instrumental, Action, Intense Orchestral
Real piano cello violin trio for a strange mood: there is something dangerous approaching and leaves, between minimalism and Impressionism for TV/Movie Theme/Replacement, Sci-fi Cue, Suspense Cue, Spy Cue, Dramatic Cue, and Scary/Ominous Cue or documentary. Instrumental, Action, Impending Orchestral
Clarinet solo and string ensemble all acoustic recorded for a dramatic ambient concerto. Could be a train or a car on the road, as the landscape flies by. An epic journey to the unknown, or running away from danger, an escape or a reckoning of past events. Tense Hitchcock, Film Noir or Romantic Saga, Instrumental, Action, Moderate Orchestral