Music for Moving Pictures (2009)
"A flawless gem... Superlative film scores of rare beauty and consummate aesthetic discretion." -Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange
Grammy-nominated cellist Joan Jeanrenaud performs on these film scores seen on PBS, at over 20 film festivals world-wide, museums in New York and San Francisco, and WINNER of the Tribeca Film Festival.
When Medicine Got It Wrong
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Fate of the Lhapa (2007)
“…an atmosphere that amplifies the wonder, beauty and melancholy of the film's story and imagery. .. richly varied in orchestration and mood” - All Music Guide
The score features performances by the renown cellist and Grammy nominee Joan Jeanrenaud and Tibetan Vocalist Tsering Wangmo. Haunting and lyrical sounds of Asian and Western Music merge to set the tone for a spiritual and mystical journey about an ancient healing tradition in danger of extinction.
Meeting with the Dalai Lama
Global Percussion (2005)
"William Susman's Marimba Montuño creates a brightly colored mosaic with unpredictably juxtaposed snippets of minimalist-sounding patterns." - All Music Guide
Multi-percussionist Joseph Gramley (Silk Road Project) performs world-inspired works by: Philip Glass (premiere recording), William Susman (premiere recording), Charles Griffin (premiere recording), Kakraba Lobi, Keiko Abe and Fernando Sor.
Oil On Ice (2004)
" ...the score reveals considerable sophistication in its composition. ...the sound quality is immaculate -- full and vivid." - All Music Guide
Award-winning contemporary classical film score, featuring Grammy nominee and Kronos quartet alumnus, Joan Jeanrenaud on cello. Evokes a powerful, haunting and vivid sound scape of life and conflict in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.