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Dorian Marko on July 26, 2013 16:53

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    This is the first all-live recorded piece of music I've written and recorded. It started out just as a possible two-cello piece with accompaniment, and then along the way more and more instruments where added until it evolved into a big epic full orchestral track with a ton of other things including a singer, piano, organ, harpsichord etc. not to mention weird clock sounds and bells.

    As we didn't really have the microphones and other equipment to record an entire orchestra at once, we ended up recording all the different parts and sections separately, and then I mixed them together later on. All the players were absolutely brilliant, and I couldn't have hoped for better performances and recordings. Camera operation/filming and cinematography was worked on by Boris Guyon-Pelfrene who did an equally brilliant job with helping create this music video! You can check the video out here:

    Music "Pandora", by Dorian Marko
    Video Directed by Dorian Marko & Boris Guyon-Pelfrene
    Violin Soloist: Stephanos Karageorgi
    Soprano: Angie Hicks
    Cellist: Tom Oyston
    Pianist: Dorian Marko
    Violin Section: Elliot Lyte, Christiana Laura Campbell, Cameron Smith, Josie Calver
    Viola Section: Emily Hoyle, James Douglas
    Brass Section: Jon Frank (French Horn), Lucy Gray (French Horn), Rob Taylor (Trombone), Ross Lumbard (Trombone), Olivir Haylett (Bass Trombone)
    Organ & Harpsichord: Dorian Marko
    Camera Operation & Cinematography: Boris Guyon-Pelfrene
    Post Production & Editing: Dorian Marko & Boris Guyon-Pelfrene
    Title Artwork by Dorian Marko
    Special Thanks to: Fr Peter Harnden at The Parish of All Saints' Benhilton for Being kind enough to allow us to record with their organ
    Christopher Caine at Trinity Laban Conservatoire for helping us find recording and rehearsal space


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