The music player opposite gives short snippets from selections of Dom's work.
Corresponding track info is listed below:
1. Cisco Live 2015 - Mico, Milan
Music for the Cisco Live 2015 Keynote Speech introduction.
2. The Elephant Man
For this production at the Sheffield Lyceum, director Ellie Jones requested a score that hinted at Victorian Circus. This cue features a 'Christmas' version of the main theme.
3. Serious Money
For this Birmingham Rep production of Carol Churchill's play, Director Jonathan Munby requested an 80s-inspired Rock score.
4. Cisco Live 2013 - Excel, London
The score for the film introducing the Cisco Live 2013 Keynote speech. The client requested a filmic, orchestral piece.
5 Google Lighnting Talks 2016 - Cannes
A short piece to accompany an animation introducing the talks.
6. The Comedy or Errors
This Sheffield Crucible production of the Shakespeare Classic was set in 70s Hollywood. The cue featured here accompanied a full-cast dance at the end of the show.
7. 'Tis Pity She's a Whore
The score for this production at the West Yorkshire Playhouse had various layers to it, one of which was a set of choral themes, referencing the religious element within the play. The clip features the choir of Leeds parish Church under the direction of Simon Lindley.
8. Sunset Kissed
A chilled out piece of Ambient House. (Library track)
9. We Are History
The title sequence from the BBC2 Comedy Series created by Marcus Brigstock, Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell.
10. The Prince of Homburg
For this production a the Donmar warehouse, the director requested a sound-scape with haunting voice. The German text here formed a dream-theme that recurred at various points in the production.
11. The Merchant of Venice
For this production of the Shakespeare play, director Rob Thornhill requested a score combining a number of elements: John Barry-esq orchestral, 'beats', Phillip Glass and traditional Jewish folk music.
An emotive, flowing piece of solo Piano (Library Track)
13. The Gentleman from Olmedo
A score routed in Spanish folk was required for this Watermill Theatre produciton of the Lope de Vega play. The cue featured here underscored an energetic dance sequence that was interrupted by a moment of suspended animation.
14. The Herbal Bed
For this production at Salisbury Playhouse, director Caroline Leslie requested a score which highlighted the beauty of love, but surrounded by a world of oppression and suspicion.
This production of Carlo Goldini's Comedy ran in Manchester at the Royal Exchange. Accordionist Lisa Lee Leslie is featured in this instrumental cue. The score also contained a number of songs which were performed by the various cast members.