One of the things that I love in my job as music composer is the chance I get to write in lots of different styles. As you’d guess, each project I work on usually focuses on one particular kind of music.
But “Chaplains” – the new 2-hour PBS series that I just scored – gave me the chance to create music in a lot of different genres. Because chaplains themselves are involved in so many different arenas (prisons, hospitals, government, military, businesses, etc.), I had the chance to compose in a number of different styles – 30’s piano jazz, dub-step, 60’s rock, Tibetan music, many other styles.
Click HERE to Here to hear some short samples from the score.
“Chaplains” premiered in November, 2015 on PBS.