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What's New at Kanon Digital Orchestration.
Lear Suite - David Watson
Illustrations copyright Tim Wilson Zontul Films Ltd
An original orchestral suite by David Watson based on the songs written for the film
Following Lear (in production) Zontul Films Ltd
Click here to listen to taster files Now complete: The Mikado - entire opera including recits etc
Trial by Jury - entire opera including recits etc
Pirates of Penzance - Act I complete
The Marriage of Figaro - various arias, duets and ensemble pieces
Ave Maria - various versions and a range of keys
Other popular arias and some other G and S patter songs.
More info posted here and on Facebook soon.
A History of Music Hall Part I - Tim Wilson
Some more progress on the film Following Lear - Zontul Films Ltd.
Animation Tim Wilson,backgrounds Tim Wilson and Necati Zontul, music composed and produced by
David Watson Kanon Digital Orchestration
There was a Young Person of Smyrna
Here are the Storyboards for this song from Following Lear
Click the image to watch on Youtube
Sung by Tim Wilson and Necati Zontul.Music composed and produced by David Watson
Recorded at Shonk Studios Oxford
A little ident for Zontul FilmsLtd. - still a work-in-progress.
Drawing and animation - Tim Wilson, music arranged by David Watson
A little pastiche of The Mikado and a little of The Pirates of Penzance.
It is "alleged" that a certain Three Little Maids may have been shop-lifting! - quelle horreur!
More on Following Lear
How Pleasant To Know Mr Lear
Music by David Watson
Drawings and animation by Tim Wilson Zontul Films
Listen to How Pleasant To Known Mr Lear - sung by soprano Thomasin Trezise Click here
Figaro - animated opera
Mozart's Marriage of Figaro - Zontul Films Ltd - currently in production
A couple of frames by Tim Wilson - Zontul Films, from the "Following Lear" storyboard.
There was a young woman from Smyrna
Some more artwork from the film "Following Lear
Melina Mercouri's character, Ilya, in "Never on a Sunday"
is the basis of one of the animated characters we have
devised for theEdward Lear Film - though in the song, she is married and has
"lost" her husband. David Watson has written a sensational bit of music to
the Lear Limerick about "an old man of Corfu" and Vassilisso Vasilinho
wrote the very funny words in Greek. Katerina Tiropoli did the voice
and Duncan Skinner did the English voice- he will be a
"Bud Flannigan type". Here are some initial drawings of the
Melina Mercouri character..
You can keep up to date with progress by following Tim Wilson's blog
"Following Lear" a film - currently in production - which recreates the views Edward Lear drew on his journey through Turkey and Albania in 1848.
The film will feature, amongst other pieces, new settings of "The Owl and the Pussy-Cat" and "How Pleasant to Know Mr Lear" music composed by David Watson (Kanon Digital Orchestration).
The vocals were recorded at Shonk Studios Oxford. The music was produced and mixed
at Kanon Digital Orchestration Auchtermuchty Fife.
Orchestral arrangements by David Watson
Digital Orchestration by Kanon Digital Orchesrtration
Royalty Free Stock Library Music
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