A second collection of humorous pieces ranging from playful to peculiar, kooky to kinky and sly to silly. A sidekick album to SCORE081.

Produced by: Clive Lukover, Matthew Moore, George Stroud 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. 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.

Clive Lukover is a UK based composer for film and TV. After graduating with an MA in Music for Film from Bournemouth University he went on to write for many publishers including Sony/ATV, producing a number of albums in various genres including contemporary orchestral, jazz, minimalist piano driven tracks, and string quartets as well as pop and world music.

George Stroud is a young, vibrant composer who is quickly making a name for himself in both the worlds of Musical Theatre and TV & Film.

Since graduating from University of Surrey in 2017, George has written a plethora of albums for several production music libraries. His ability to compose across a wide variety of styles means he has had his music featured in a range of documentaries, daytime programming and adverts airing on channels such as BBC, ITV, CNN and Disney Channel.

George has also co-written his own musical Halls (dir Andy Fickman) which hopes to make its London debut in 2021. He has been the MD for several musical theatre productions as well as covering the Keys 2 chair on the most recent UK Tour of Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat.

Alongside composing, George has also worked in varying roles on several films and Arena tours under the wing of composer James Seymour Brett including A Wizard’s Tale (Score Production Assistant), Waiting For Anya (Music Production Assistant) and Fast and Furious Live Arena Show (MIDI Prep).

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