The man whom The Boston Herald says “shatters the mold” presents his instrumental masterpiece “Cinematic.” Featuring Grammy Nominated and Award-winning artists Paul McCandless, Steve Rodby, Norton Buffalo, Alex de Grassi, Quartet San Francisco, Joe Craven, Todd Phillips and more, its Salvadore Dali cover only hints at the rich orchestral sounds and stark landscapes found within. Tailored for the television and film industry, Spencer Brewer's solo piano pieces, juxtaposed with fully-orchestrated "Technicolor” versions, whet the entire musical and visual pallet.
Spencer Brewer is not only a multi-million-selling composer, pianist and producer, but also a connoisseur of many of the greatest film scorers of all time. For his latest contemporary instrumental recording, Cinematic, Brewer has turned his talents to creating a collection of original material specifically meant to evoke visual imagery and also serve as his homage to movie music.
“I have been a fan of film music since I was a small boy,” explains Brewer, “and as a tribute to that often over-looked art-form, I decided to make an album filled with pieces I feel have the same ambience of classic movie and television scores.” In fact, some of the music has already been used in films and television. Brewer, who extensively collects recordings by his favorite film composers, has been most influenced by Bernard Hermann, John Barry and Ennio Morricone, but also has studied the works of Erich Korngold, Franz Waxman, Max Steiner, Alfred Newman, Thomas Newman, Miklos Rozsa, Esquivel, John Williams, Maurice Jarre, Howard Shore, Mark Isham and Danny Elfman.
Beautiful piano piece backed up with full orchestral effects. Perfect for love, romance, discovery of a long lost love, renewal of vows, forgiveness for past wrongs, nostalgia, reflection on one's life, all uplifting and elegantly rendered. Instrumental, Dramatic, Ethereal Music
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