I recently scored a trailer for very talented Johanna Riess and Dasha Zaichenko, students of the University of applied Arts in Vienna. They made a movie trailer, to celebrate 100 years of existence for the very renowned ‘Votiv’ cinema, in the heart of Austria´s capital.
Their idea was a pan shot through a tier in the the cinema, representing 100 years of society and their fashion habits, leading to the climax at the end of the clip: ’100 Jahre VotivKino’.
I´m glad they asked me, to serve the music for this trailer. To be honest, it was pretty hard, ripping a whole century in barely 55 seconds. I tried hard, to ever achieve a smooth red line trough the clip, created by a big variation of instruments, like: a complete brass section, guitar, drums, organ, piano, vibes and fat synth bass/patterns at the end. I had help from my composer colleague Markus Zierhofer
, who did the brass arrangements and additional arranging.
Watch the Trailer here:
'100 Jahre VOTIVkino' from Lukas Obernosterer on Vimeo.