Elegant, Formal, Magnificent. Luxury and elegance scored in a traditional style with strings and woodwinds, featuring piano, harpsichord, church organ, regal brass, and refined harp. Memorable tunes to impress Anglophiles everywhere.
Produced by: Matthew Moore, Ian Livingstone and David Walter for Score Production Music
Matthew Moore is a multi-talented composer and performer and his music has been featured in films, adverts, documentaries and children’s TV. He has the unique ability to compose across a wide range of styles from full orchestral tracks to small quirky ensemble pieces.
His credits include: Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve (BBC), Freeview “Laughter” Advert, Around the World in 80 Trades (Channel 4), 30 Minutes or Less (Jesse Eisenberg), So you think you can dance, Come Dine with Me, Cartoon Network, HBO, NBC.
As well as being an accomplished musician, Matthew is also a highly skilled recording and mixing engineer. These skills are evident in his compositions, whether using real instruments or making samples sound as realistic as possible.
For more information on the composer: www.matthewmooremusic.co.uk
Ian Livingstone is a British Ivor Novello award winning composer, musician and music producer. He has composed over 100 scores for multi-million selling titles and franchises including Battlefield, Lego, Formula 1, Warhammer, Total War, Batman, Forza, StarTrek, Harry Potter, Disney & Marvel.
Along with his 20 years experience scoring triple A video games Livingstone has also written music for numerous television series such as CNN’s American Dynasties: The Kennedys, Channel 4’s “Big Fat Gypsy Weddings”, and the BBC’s “The Great British Sewing Bee” & “The Repair Shop”, together with contributing songs, music, orchestrations and full scores for movies such as “Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince”, “The Last Time” (Michael Keaton), “Away” (Juno Temple, Timothy Spall), “The Messenger” (Joely Richardson) and “The Kingmaker” (John Rees-David).
Ian also worked closely with Nokia in the 90s on the arrangements and compositions for its default ringtones including the infamous “Grand Valse” Nokia tune, and the start up tune.
For more information on the composer: www.ianlivingstone.net