Sorry, not THAT LSO. Tuesday, April 28 at 7:30 The Lamont Symphony Orchestra will perform Desolation, along with new works by Lamont student composers.
I just added the recording of Timothy Phillips performing Complements V from the Colorado Clarinet Days Composers Competition concert. You can listen to it in the media player, and if you like it, you can purchase the sheet music here for just $7.00!
Sarah Perske mentioned me in a blog post that she wrote about the Colorado Clarinet Days Composers Competition concert. Read it here (please).
Please check out the new recording of Complements IV for orchestra in the media player.
Complements V ended up getting 2nd place at the Colorado Clarinet Days Composition Competition! Alumni Portfolio.
My unaccompanied clarinet solo, Complements V, was chosen as one of the three finalists for CU Boulder’s “Colorado Clarinet Days” festival. It will be performed Sunday, September 28th at 2:30 in CU Boulder’s Atlas building. If you’re free, please come check it out!
Please look under “VIDEOS” for a link to my latest composition, a score for a minute-and-a-half scene from the silent film He Who Gets Slapped.
Desolation began as a score for an animated horror film, but the project fell through. I decided to put it together without the visuals and add some of my own twists to the plot.
Our hero awakens suddenly. He does not remember where he is or how he got there, but he is surrounded by desolation. He gathers himself and tries to look for signs of hope. Just when he is about to give up, the military arrives. Just as they get our hero to safety, the source of the destruction makes itself known: a group of terrifying monsters. A fierce battle ensues, and just as the monsters are about to defeat the military, our hero’s unknown, inner power manifests itself in a glorious, blinding flash that disintegrates all of the monsters. Although, since this power is new to our hero and he has no control over it, he has also disintegrated the surviving members of the military, who were his would-be rescuers. He may be able to find a vehicle that still works, or at least a radio to call for help… but what does his future hold now that he has this strange new ability?
I’m Tim Girard, a Colorado composer, interested in writing music for film, television, and video games, as well as instrumental and choral music for the concert stage.
I have a Master of Music degree in composition from the University of Denver, Lamont School of Music.