Hurry is the first piece of music for film featured on Sirenstories! I love movies, and after this week, when I faced the black screen of death on my Mac (and then miraculously survived, along with my laptop!) the next best thing to watching a movie—which I don’t have time to do—is listening to movie music.
I have a lot of soundtracks on my iPod and I’m going to add this piece to one of my playlists. Hopefully it will inspire a happy scene for my WIP, which is, ah, dark to say the least. But hey, all that could change if I listen to Hurry while I write instead of something by Carter Burwell or Philip Glass.
Estonian Siren Ingrid Hagel wrote this bright and beautiful piece, and besides being a composer and performer, Ingrid is a violinist, singer, and arranger. Click on her picture and you’ll wind up at Ingrid Hagel‘s website where you’ll hear more music—another lovely piece that’s very different from Hurry.
Hurry was produced by composers Michele Brustia and Paul Bjoerling from Copenhagen, Denmark.
The composers had this to say about their production talents:
“We use both acoustic and electronic sound sources. We have an extensive range of cutting edge sounds and synthesizers that we love to blend together with real instruments.”
As much as I love deep, dark love stories, romantic comedies are a wonderful mood changer/enhancer. And definitely, listening to Hurry is a great way to start a long weekend.
I hope Michele Brustia and Paul Bjoerling upload more music to the Sirenstories SoundCloud, I’ll be happy to hear it, and share it.