Great pleasure to meet and work with @CArmstrongUK today on his score for Frankenstein. Glass Harmonica adding touches of tension + terror!
Yesterday from Alasdair Malloy's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone
View back to the control room at Air Lyndhurst. Glass harmonica adding a terrifying touch to a terrific soundtrack. pic.twitter.com/zOsP…
Yesterday from Alasdair Malloy's Twitter via iOS
Some seriously scary sessions today for new Frankenstein film with composer Craig Armstrong. Looks and sounds amazing pic.twitter.com/fe3y…
@ComposerGilp Thousands of children have loved singing Why We Sing accompanied by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic @liverpoolphil this week
About 2 days ago from Alasdair Malloy's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone
Thanks @liverpoolphil @batonflipper and all involved in #gettingthemessage Amazing week- amazing listening and singing and amazing playing!
February 23rd – 27th: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Key Stage 2 Schools’ Concerts, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
March 15th: Oxford Funomusica, Sounds Like Fun, Oxford Town Hall
March 21st: Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Adventures in the Magical Kingdom, Victoria Concert Hall
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Posted by Alasdair in notes by alasdair | 20 November 2012 | 0 comments
Here’s the trailer video for Scott’s new album which had me playing all sorts of extreme percussion including machetes and a chisel! The album comes out on December 4th.
Read an article about it here.
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