Bernhard P. Eder - Music for short film "Duell" / used & unused tracks (2008) - YouTube

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Bernhard P. Eder - Music for short film "Duell" / used & unused tracks (2008)

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Published on Mar 10, 2012

music score for the Austrian short film "Duell" (2008) - written, produced & directed by Tibor Gludovatz

!!! WATCH THE FILM: http://youtu.be/-EIXPf_u060 !!!

music composed, arranged & produced by Bernhard Philipp Eder (*1984)
http://www.bpe-music.com
http://soundcloud.com/bernhard-eder-1

This are one of the first musical pieces I've done for film, back in summer of 2008.
As most of this films soundtrack was already finished by Tibor Gludovatz, I only had to write some music for the opening, some jingles (which most of them were later on replaced by stock music) and other background stuff.
As most of it couldn't be completely fine tuned to the directors satisfaction in time, it ended up not being used.
Nevertheless I wanted to include the relevant & also fun music material here.

For instance:
"Essex's Fanfare" was both meant to be partly used at a certain point in the film as well as being the music for the end credits.
Sadly, mostly because of schedule reasons (I didn't have enough time to create a really good sounding mock-up of it, so you'll only hear the basic mock-up which actually doesn't correctly represents the character of this piece) it ended up not being used in the final film.
It was both meant as a parody of old soviet hymns and some other very famously known march from a certain franchise. [I think you can guess, which one ;-)] Too bad I never had the chance to do it with live musicians ^^

Anyway, I had big fun writing the music and trying out some new (software related) stuff I didn't have much experience with back then.

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