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    No Exit (end)
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    John Doe
  • 3.
    Dying Pianos 5
  • 4.
    No Exit Revisited
  • 5.
    House arrest
  • 6.
    LYIM - End Bath Scene

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
film, television, web, multimedia, Choir, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Big Ensemble, Songs, Contemporary Ensembles
Is music your main income source?
Where do you live?
Los Angeles

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At 9:36am on March 27, 2014, davem said…

No Exit is a very cool piece

At 12:00pm on May 2, 2009, Sharon HGTV said…
Great! I sent you a friend request so I could leave you a private message. (don't want to post the phone number to everyone.)
At 10:05am on May 2, 2009, Sharon HGTV said…
Hey, Daniel! Chris's wife here. How's life with you? How can I get ahold of Jamie? I have her old email address and would love to get her advice on something.
At 3:44am on December 5, 2008, Daniel Alcheh said…
Thanks, John! If you'd like to listen to more of the piece you can go to the AudioClips page on my website:
All the way at the bottom there is a link with two more sections of the piece. I think there's also a small pdf from the score.
At 8:41pm on February 18, 2008, Daniel Alcheh said…
Thank you, Chris! I'm so glad you enjoyed the short clips. Well, I wouldn't have put these up if you didn't suggest putting up some wackier stuff...
You see, I think living in New York, panic attacks are just a daily custom :-)
At 11:54am on February 11, 2008, Daniel Alcheh said…
Carlos, thanks so much for listening. I'm so happy you enjoyed the music! It means a lot to receive comments like these from fellow composers. Your music is just wonderful - such honesty of expression, so much soul. "Elisa" is the kind of music that really takes you on a journey. Suddenly, you're somewhere else. What a metaphysical transportation vehicle music can be.

I love the bandoneon. You might enjoy the track called "Revisited" on my website audioclips page (I think it is under Horror and Fantasy". I played a melodion there - those funny instruments you blow into.
At 2:01pm on February 9, 2008, Carlos da Silveira said…
Hi Daniel, welcome to the forum! I´ve watched the final bath scene from "Leave you" and loved it. It´s so honest that you never think "sex" but love... The music becomes really a part of the scene and conveys the feelings it tries to communicate. I´ve also heard "Dying pianos" and experienced another side of your output. The interaction between electronics and pianos is so well assembled that the piece (the excerpt you posted in your site) evolves naturally. Hope you enjoy this forum.



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