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Animation Composed #1 – Mathieu Alvado

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Presenting Animation Composed, a new Skwigly Online Animation Magazine podcast series focusing on the harmonious relationship between music and animation.
In this podcast Skwigly Managing Director Ben Mitchell and contributor Wez Allard bring you exclusive composer interviews and standout music selections showcasing music written specifically for animation projects.
Season 1 episode 1 features special guest Mathieu Alvado, composer for over 50 short films including the recent animated projects To Build A Fire (Dir. FX Goby, Nexus) and The Inspector and the Umbrella (Dir. Maël Gourmelen).

Full playlist:

  • Overture (To Build A Fire) – Mathieu Alvado
  • Anton im Kaufhaus (Analysis Paralysis) – Ephrem Leuchinger
  • Theme from Boris-NorisBen Mitchell
  • Une bonne petite souris (Quenottes/Pearlies) – Mathieu Alvado
  • Building A Fire (To Build A Fire) – Mathieu Alvado
  • Clitoris Magnificus (Le Clitoris) – Eliazer Kramer
  • Lonely Bones – Thee Wreckers
  • Wings and OarsPierre Yves Drapeau
  • End Credits (The Kiosk) – Ephrem Leuchinger
  • The Inspector and the Umbrella – Mathieu Alvado
  • New Fire (To Build A Fire) – Mathieu Alvado
  • End Credits (To Build A Fire) – Mathieu Alvado
  • Reprise (The Inspector and the Umbrella) – Mathieu Alvado

Presented by Ben Mitchell and Wez Allard
Produced and edited by Ben Mitchell

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