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Composer team Robert Hicks and Tristan Noon create a Natural History demo
7 February 2021

Bristol-based Composer team Robert Hicks and Tristan Noon have created a demonstration of music written specifically for the Natural History film making community. This music is presently unsigned and available for licence or commission.

Robert Hicks and Tristan Noon
Robert Hicks & Tristan Noon

Rob and Tristan believe every story is unique; their mission is to bring a story-driven approach to the craft of scoring. Drawing on inspiration and from the natural world, Rob and Tristan blend traditional orchestral instruments with the more experimental sounds produced by guitars, analogue synths and outboard gear, they create unique sonic textures which work in harmony with the visuals of great filmmakers to underpin and enhance every narrative.

Tristan has been on the orchestration side of the music team for both Green Planet and Dynasties, giving them great experience working in big-budget nature documentary productions.

Tristan Noon is a TV, Film and Games Composer, Orchestrator and Music Copyist best-known for his work on prestigious projects such as the BAFTA-nominated game LEGO: The Incredibles, Doctor Who: The Edge of Time and acclaimed electronic artist Gary Numan’s UK orchestral tour.

At the age of 22, he orchestrated ITV’s flagship drama Endeavour Series 4 and has since orchestrated music for shows such as ‘Heroes’, directed by Manish Pandey, the esteemed writer of ‘Senna’, and BBC One’s ‘The Trial of Christine Keeler’. His work has appeared in iconic studios such as Abbey Road and AIR, and he provides a rare and sought-after bundle package deal whereby he takes a project from the orchestration stage, right through to fully formatted and printed scores and parts that are performed by world-class musicians.

Bristol based Rob Hicks has racked up over 15 years of experience working as a media composer. Using collaborative and experimental processes he enjoys creating scores for Production Libraries, TV and film projects. His music can regularly be heard on the BBC, National Geographic, Channel 4, ITV and MTV as well as corporate clients such as Nike.

With boots on the ground in Bristol and the London area, the team can be mobilised quickly to meet and work in both locations to maximise creativity, efficiency and productivity.

Series Titles - A Natural History Music Demonstration by Robert Hicks & Tristan Noon

Please take a listen to our work: rcrft.co/reel/RobertHicks/MusicForNaturalHistory

And please do get in touch.

Phone: +44 (0)7921 836 304

Email: rob.hicks@rhicksmusic.com

Website: www.rhicksmusic.com

Profile Page: Wildlife-film.com/-/RobertHicks.htm

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