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Guest Post: Let’s Discover Something New

Hello Everyone!

Today I have something new, and something exciting. So, as you know Fenwick is having a little bit of difficulty when it comes to resources and being able to write new music. That’s why, I’ve hired another musically gifted artist, who just so happens to love composing, and making new music. His name is Orrie. He’s also Fenwick’s boyfriend…but I’ll let him tell you that.

So without further ado, here’s Orrie!

I shall begin by introducing myself. My name is Orrie, and I have been kindly invited to compose snippets of music for you to enjoy, whilst discussing what inspired me to write each piece, and probably more importantly, why I wrote each piece in the way that you end up hearing it, so without further ado, lets begin with this one.


I have called it “The Discovery”, simply because this is the introduction, to this part of the website and in writing it, I wanted to welcome you all, as well as allow you to use this area to discover (see what I did there?) what composing film music is all about, why it’s written in a certain way, and how it has the great power to make you feel different emotions, just by using different orchestrations or arranging techniques. As this will be my first post I won’t blabber on too long, I’ll just let you get straight into the music, which is purposely short, in hope that you will eagerly await my next piece, where I’ll explain the ins and outs, a bit more, and in doing so, ease you into the world of composing full orchestra for film.

So until next time, enjoy the horns 😉



I don’t know about you, but it sort of reminds me of Disney’s Hercules, which is an awesome movie! Well, I’ll leave it here for you, watch out for Orrie! I’m sure you’ll love his pieces, and if you’re a film and music fan (like me) I’m sure, with this snippet, you can’t wait to hear his next piece! As for now, what do you think about this one? Where would you see this snippet being performed, what scenes can you imagine? Leave your tips in the jar below, and we’ll see you soon!

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