Stormworks Chapter 55: Way of the Wanderer

Das Musikkorps der Bundeswehr & Christoph Scheibling

98-minutes of interconnected Story & Music recorded by the fine Musicians of Das Musikkorps der Bundeswehr, conducted by Christoph Scheibling. Welcome to the Wonderfilled World of the next STORMWORKS Chapter, Chapter 55: Way of the Wanderer.

Please go to stormworld and download your free 48-page Libretto. You can also visit the scores at stormworld, and watch a showcase reel from this latest Album, STORMWORKS Chapter 55: Way of the Wanderer.

I really want You to take part in the 'entire' Journey that makes up this latest Chapter in the Storm Works! As a Composer, it's difficult to understand just grabbing 1 or 2 tracks. For me, it would be the same as taking just a couple of words from a paragraph/ or in this case, grabbing a few sentences from a Novel. Please share in the entire Story of this latest Chapter!

Enjoy and Godspeed! S

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Together We Stand Alone, 101st Airborne (Original Soundtrack)

Stephen Melillo

Film Music depicting the gallantry of Colonel Ed Shames and the 101st Airborne of WWII.

Thanksgiving Day 2017

TOGETHER WE STAND ALONE

In 2013, I was the Composer on a documentary made about Colonel Ed Shames and his many experiences with “Easy Company” 506th, P.I.R. 101st Airborne (Band of Brothers) from before the war, into D-Day, through Belgium and Holland, and into Paris after the liberation of the concentration camps.

Several great books have been written about the 101st and Colonel Shames by Ian Gardner. I wholeheartedly recommend them. They are perhaps the best books I have read on WWII history. They are vivid, masterfully told, historic accounts of the 101st, and beyond the Colonel himself, provided much of the inspiration for this brief Musical tribute.

Written in 2013, I had forgotten about the Music until 2 simultaneous events occurred in “SYNC!”

  1. I was working on another film project and had written a piece called “Together We Stand.” When doing a search on the desktop, “Together We Stand Alone” popped up!

  2. I had been invited, once again, to meet with Colonel Shames just 3 days from conducting that search!

Wow. It seemed like Fate was guiding the moment beyond mere “coincidence.”

To date, the documentary has not been distributed, though indeed it was completed and presented to Colonel Shames and his wife, Ida, for whom, “I Dreamed of Love” was written. I felt it was Time to share this Music and brought the Colonel some CDs! In one the photos, (http://stephenmelillo.com.hostbaby.com/files/digital_libretti/101-CD-Cover-Insert.pdf) you’ll see that on 16 NOV 2017, he signed the CD Cover with the very Gold Pen that Ida had sent to him during the War. That Pen, that story had inspired the piece.

Now, this Music, from promo-spots to the “Theme of the 101st Airborne” is shared with you. I’ve also included “MIDWAY” soon to be recorded by Das Musikkorps der Bundeswehr. I hope you’ll invest in the Music and share the link with your friends, family and colleagues. Please enjoy this Music offered in tribute to those who have given so much.

Enjoy! Happy Thanksgiving & Godspeed! Stephen Melillo, Composer

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The Unwilling (Original Motion Picture Score)

Stephen Melillo

Orchestral Film Score

Original Motion Picture Score from The UNWILLING Music by © STEPHEN MELILLO, IGNA 18 June 2016 Dedicated to the Loving Memory of Bruce E. Melillo 31 May 1935- 18 June 2016

Many SYNCS and back-stories connect to this first collaboration with Jonathan Heap & Phil Morton since the Academy Award-nominated, 1201PM, 25 years ago!

In the first scene, we see David the Character and David Lipper the Actor as he cleans a mirror and touches a photo of his little dog.  Somewhere in “David’s” innocent smile was the inspiration for 3 simple notes that became, “OCD, Uno Minuetto per Davide, for String Quintet & Piano.” Even the tempo of the work emanates from David literally “conducting” his life.

The complete track by that name is excerpted as Source Music and part of the Opening Sequence, interrupted by the abrupt harshness of a TV going to static. But the 3 notes of the Minuetto spiraled outward and became the entire 69:25 Score, finding final and full summation in “Epilogue from The UNWILLING.” The Musical OCD of the Score was inspired by the likable character of David, whose OCD becomes his strength.  Indeed he overcomes not only his own “boxed in” personal demon but perhaps everyone else’s greatest fear, that of stopping a monster. That and more… is the Musical Journey of the Score.

Godspeed!  Stephen Melillo Composer

In 2016, Stephen’s 4th Symphony was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM, and most recently, The UNWILLING. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1140 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.

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Pluripotent (Film Score)

Stephen Melillo

Music from the Short Film: PLURIPOTENT, Directed by Christopher Kulikowski

Music from the short film, PLURIPOTENT, directed by Christopher Kulikowski.

The film and its fine actors and direction inspired what might be called, a "modern" film noire Music. The subject matter is deeply emotional and portrays characters in great conflict. Sympathy and shock are in well-paced interplay.

Both Christopher and the Producers were touched by the Music, replete with dark drama and bittersweet beauty. I was very happy to contribute to this great ensemble effort and wish to thank all involved.

Enjoy & Godspeed! Steve

In 2016, Stephen’s 4th Symphony was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM, and most recently, The UNWILLING. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1140 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.

Digital Libretti here: stormworld.com/DigitalLibretti/

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Dwegons & Leprechauns (Original Motion Picture Score)

Stephen Melillo & Sofia Symphoniker

Original Motion Picture Score to the animated feature, "Dwegons and Leprechauns," with Music performed by the Sofia Symphoniker, Composed, Orchestrated & Conducted by Stephen Melillo

Hi, I’m Tom Walsh. I co-wrote and later directed, Dwegons & Leprechauns to take film audiences on a magical adventure to worlds never seen before, filled with fun creatures that instead of scaring kids are lovable and caring of people. Colorful worlds make people feel good and in Dwegonland you can get lost in a universe of fantastical colors. It makes you happy and provides a nice break from our not-so-happy real world. However; Picture is only one part. To bring a magical world to Life, you need the right Music! Stephen Melillo wrote a wonder-filled score that transports you and makes you feel great inside. He took my vision of this world and gave it even greater dimension. You will feel energized and magical when you sit back and listen to this wonderful fun Music Score! Thanks so much, Steve!

Dwegons & Leprechauns was composed and orchestrated averaging 6.5 minutes per day. After scoring 106 minutes, it was discovered that the print was in the wrong frame rate. The entire score needed to be redone. Cues like Dvargon Hell & The Battle for Dwegonland, recorded as one piece and having 88 critical hit points needed new math and Music. I got to score Tom’s film twice, and... IT WAS FUN! When we got to Reel 6 the second time, Tom called and said, “I just want you to write me a concert! You have total freedom.”

These are incredible words coming from any Director-Producer, and in this case, a Fightin’-Irish Lad who invested so much of himself across the many years!

In addition to my kids, this Music is dedicated to Tom Walsh, whose vision, inspiration and fun direction led to a Musical portrayal of his own special, Good-hearted, kid-friendly, color-filled world. Writing the Music, with my kids often watching, I knew Tom had made something from and to the Hearts of all Children... of all ages. I hope you will enjoy this Musical version of the Dwegons & Leprechauns Adventure. Thanks for listening again and again. Godspeed! Stephen Melillo

In 2016, Stephen’s 4th Symphony was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM, and most recently, The UNWILLING. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1140 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.

Digital Libretti here: stormworld.com/DigitalLibretti/

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Forever Strong, A Tribute to the U.S.S. Indianapolis

Various Artists

33:17 Musical/Visual tribute to the 880 Lost & 317 Survivors of the USS Indianapolis. Depicts the dramatic story of the Indy from building to sinking, historically accurate to its ending, which suggests a "return" of the Indy to waiting loving arms...

In 2016, Stephen’s 4th Symphony was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM, and most recently, The UNWILLING. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1140 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.

Digital Libretti here: stormworld.com/DigitalLibretti/

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Son of the Storm

Stephen Melillo & Son of the Storm Studio Cast 2016

Son of the Storm is a 2-hour contemporary opera set in the style of a 1940s Radio Broadcast, the event transpiring in 2 different time periods, in Germany and starring characters created by Mary Shelley 200 years ago this summer of 2016.

Via links provided in the Bio and elsewhere, please visit stormworld for your accompanying Digital Libretti and artwork. We hope that you will enjoy this dramatic Journey set in the style of a 1940s Radio Broadcast on 2 CDs, but also intended for live staging. Godspeed! Stephen Melillo

SON of the STORM Cast & Crew includes:

The Creature, Matt Branic Victor, Adelmo Guidarelli Elizabeth, Megan Pachecano Rabble Rouser, Michael Ashby William at 11, Karlene Grinberg Theologian, Joshua Kohl Scientist/Burgermeister, Eric McKeever Military Man, Daniel Klein Blind Man, Steven Fredericks Daughter, Kacey Cardin Son, Matthew Murphy Announcer, Raymond Jones

The TRITONUS Chorus, Germany, Conducted by Klaus Brecht

Co-Producers, Adelmo Guidarelli, Amber L. Spradlin, Ric Schnupp Technical Adviso, Curt DeMott Continuity, Andrew Pencola Artist, Irene Krauß Foley, Peter Solomon Gross Recording, Ric Schnupp, Hunter Berk Recorded at Soundtrack New York

Music, Lyrics & Texts by © STEPHEN MELILLO/STORMWORKS™  IGNA 1990-2016 All Rights Reserved. Produced by STORM®ecords

In 2016, Stephen’s 4th Symphony was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM, and most recently, The UNWILLING. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1140 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.

Digital Libretti here: stormworld.com/DigitalLibretti/

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Music from RETROGRADE

Stephen Melillo

Film Score for Christopher Kulikowski's RETROGRADE, which later becomes the concert work, JIDAI and appears on the STORMWORKS Chapters 5:8 CDs. The complete score to Retrograde was composed in a home recently destroyed by Hurricane Isabel.

26 Cues from the 82:28 Film Score: RETROGRADE, Directed by Christopher Kulikowski.

RETROGRADE April 2004 A Note From The Director

The reality of getting a film into production is nothing short of a miracle and collaboration, an integral part of the filmmaking process, can be a dream come true or a nightmare to endure. If you are lucky, your partnerships can bring your vision to a point far beyond your wildest expectations. However, if you are unlucky, the pitfalls can drive one to almost complete despair. My experience with “Retrograde,” in truth, was a bit of both. I had the pleasure of working with many fine artists and technicians, but I was also challenged by a never-ending battle of time constraints, tight budgets and multiple “creative perspectives.” Yet, despite these challenges and at times, disappointments, my experience on “Retrograde” was truly unforgettable. The friendships and creative magic that was forged during the production will stay with me for many years to come.

Through the process, several stood steadfast at my side. One such person was my friend, Stephen Melillo. All of Stephen’s music, regardless of the genre or medium, is pure cinema and one does not need moving pictures to have the story told. For Retrograde, his score is both delicate and fiercely charged. I cannot thank him enough for the mountains he has climbed and conquered to deliver a wondrous, musical, 84 minute soundtrack and in a miraculous, death defying seven days! I am truly blessed to have Stephen not only as an artist collaborator, but as a friend. God Speed,

Christopher Kulikowski April 2004

A Message from Christopher Kulikowski, Writer & Director during the 7 days!

"Stephen, Over the last hour or so, I've been reviewing the cues once again with a fresh ear... all I can say... AMAZING!!!! Where does this stuff come from?! This is your best film score to date!!!! I am so proud and thrilled by your work.... You've really knocked my socks off!!! Talk to you soon and a million thanks!!!! Love," Christopher

"Stephen, The music for Retrograde is incredible, beautiful, and special. I can’t stop listening to it! I am so proud of you!!!" Tom Walsh, EnterAktion Studios, Sound City Center Stage

Chris... It’s GREAT and I thank you very much for those immensely kind words! So warped was my sense of time... I thought it was ELEVEN days! I’ll need to show you a DVD of what was happening during the writing! It was made even more intense by being in the middle of PATHETIC Hurricane Re-Construction work! 8 - ) ! Good Training! SLM

In 2016, Stephen’s 4th Symphony was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM, and most recently, The UNWILLING. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1140 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.

Digital Libretti here: stormworld.com/DigitalLibretti/

More complete BIO on stephenmelillo.com

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Music from AURORA

Stephen Melillo

Film Score for the Motion Picture, AURORA, Directed by Christopher Kulikowski. This work is about Survival in the face of physical and emotional deprivation.

A Message from Christopher Kulikowski, Writer & Director

As a teen shooting super 8 films, there were several things I often dreamed. One was to make films that many people would see and enjoy. The other was to have Stephen Melillo, my friend, compose the scores.

I met Stephen in 1979. Over the years and with many miles between us, we kept in touch, growing in our own artistic ways and hoping that one day we would have the opportunity to work together. That dream came true with “Aurora.”

Filmmaking, by it’s nature, creates many opportunities for artists of all kinds to combine their talents and create experiences far beyond the viewers ability to ever encounter. One of the strongest and most manipulative forces at work in the filmmaking process is the composer. The composer can direct one’s emotional response so effectively, that whatever one accomplishes as an actor, cinematographer or director, is radically enhanced or destroyed by the power of the music score.

Having the opportunity to watch Stephen compose and mix over a course of a few days was truly awe inspiring. I can’t think of anything more exhilarating than listening to music that not only captures what one tries to accomplish as a filmmaker, but actually defines it. Stephen Melillo’s score for “Aurora” is all that I had hoped and prayed for. It is melodic, grand, wondrous, at times oppressive, mysterious, driving and yet tender, hopeful and extremely passionate.

I thank God for allowing me to share my gifts with so many people and for introducing me to such a vast group of incredible artists and technicians who have shared their gifts with me. Thank you, Stephen, for your music, your support and for believing in my work.

I look forward to many more collaborations in the years to come.

Godspeed... Christopher Kulikowski, March 1998

In 2016, Stephen’s 4th Symphony was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM, and most recently, The UNWILLING. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1140 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.

Digital Libretti here: stormworld.com/DigitalLibretti/

More complete BIO on stephenmelillo.com

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Music from CROSSING the LINE

Stephen Melillo

Film Score for CROSSING the LINE, a Motion Picture starring CALASANZ, an accomplished Martial Artist and Teacher. I was honoured when he asked me to score a film about his life and message.

17 - 21 years ago…

Ten years after his graduation, an old high school student called and began, "You know how you do something in high school and you think it's cool… but then 10 years goes by, and you realize… man, that really wasn't so cool?"

I braced myself for the oncoming wallop. "Well, Mr. Mel… what we did in high school… that... was really cool."

Whew! And that is the setup for this CD, the function of which was simply to supply a film score for one of the greatest Martial Artists I have ever known.

As I write this note to you, Derek Davodowich is taking a 9-hour drive to finally reconnect and to lay down some guitar tracks for the new Stormworks Project, Chapter 21: WON WAY. I haven't seen Derek since we recorded this Music from CROSSING The LINE, so I decided to listen to the recording again.

Listening, I am torn. "Man, I should resurrect this stuff… at least resurrect it using the new virtual orchestras!" The other voice says, "No… this was a snapshot in Time when all we had access to were $50 dollar synth modules and some good Musicians."

Because it is a "Film Score," it can span many genres. In this one Score, you will find everything from Fugue to Funk! So "the stuff making the Music" aside… the Music itself is a tour de force "historic" document, from that Time… 17 years ago.

Using meager equipment, I wrote the Music for this film starring Calasanz as a gift to him… but I also studied with him, acted in his movie, did stunt-work in his movie, built some props… and wound up doing all of the sound, from ambience to punches. So with me on keyboards, Derek on Guitar, Brian Kornfeld on Drums, and for the song, Sarah Brooks, and with recording engineers, John Mozzi and Keith Chirgwin, this "historic" document is up to share.

I hope you'll listen to it that way. As a "recording" of that Time. And that opening song? I can still hear that being a part of just the right film even today. Any heroic filmmakers out there? Also on the CD you'll find Music that was written in the late 80s, and some from 1990, 21 years ago.

Enjoy & Godspeed! Steve

In 2016, Stephen’s 4th Symphony was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM, and most recently, The UNWILLING. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1140 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.

Digital Libretti here: stormworld.com/DigitalLibretti/

More complete BIO on stephenmelillo.com

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