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Score for Lotte Reiniger's silhouette movie "Cinderella" for piano, choir, and orchestra

For those who kindly asked for, here it is the first "act". It's about 4 mins in length:

https://vimeo.com/manage/474009119

I'll keep updating this thread as soon as next acts will be orchestrated.

Thank you all so much for listening and supporting my music even though it's pretty elementary and trivial.

Gabriele

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Hi all,

here it is just a little extract from the aforementioned (super humble) score: https://vimeo.com/471907651

Thank you all for the time spent reading and, hopefully, listening.

Gabriele

(Hope I'm not breaking any forum rule by posting a link as the .mp4 exceeds the 7MB limit and splitting it would be kind of difficult to me).

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A wonderful piece.

The score is most fitting and well done. The real stuff of fairytales. 

I can't help but admire the combination.

Are we going to see/hear more?

Bests,

Dane,

Hi Dane,
Thank you so much for listening. Really appreciated.
I have scored the entire movie (around 13mins) and I'm now orchestrating it.
It'd be a honor having the forum community sharing it's thoughts and criticism about it. I'll definitely keep posting new scenes as soon as they are ready.
Thank you once again.
Gabriele

Gabriele,

 This was magnificent work so far. I hope you will share the rest.

Hi Gabriele,

I love this work of art. It is brilliant, it is a masterwork. The music by itself is excellent and then when combined with a perfectly matched movie, well I can just thank you for giving me this experience. I look forward to the continuation.

/Kjell

@Timothy
Thank you so much for listening. I will post new fragments as soon as the orchestration is done. Thank you once again

@Kjell
I'm so honored by your words, you're so kind as usual. Thank you so much for all the support.

Wow, Gabriele, this is wonderful, especially this short but wonderful and so tender passage at 0:38 with the beautiful piano melody and the pizzicato. Will you develop this theme in its tenderness more  later on again? It surely deserves it :-)

Gerd

Thank you so much for your words, Gerd. Yes, that's the "love theme" and it will pop up again in the final scene :)



Gerd Prengel said:

Wow, Gabriele, this is wonderful, especially this short but wonderful and so tender passage at 0:38 with the beautiful piano melody and the pizzicato. Will you develop this theme in its tenderness more  later on again? It surely deserves it :-)

Gerd

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