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Bear McCreary wins Emmy Award


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Posted by Tim Horemans

Added on Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Bear McCreary wins Emmy Award

Da Vinci's Demons theme wins best Main Theme

On September 15, 2013, composer Bear McCreary earned his first Emmy Award for the Main Title Theme for DA VINCIS DEMONS at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. McCreary had been nominated one previous time in the same category for HUMAN TARGET. McCreary credits his collaboration with show creator David S. Goyer as to what led to his first Emmy Award win. McCrearys sweeping orchestral score for DA VINCIS DEMONS was meticulously researched to accurately represent the time period, without being bound to it. His score combines full orchestra, Renaissance instrumentation, choir and ethnic soloists with the renowned Calder Quartet and surging contemporary synthesis. This fall McCrearys music can be heard on the new series Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. McCreary continues to write for the television show The Walking Dead. Recently he lent his talents to Syfy and Trion Worlds groundbreaking entertainment experience, Defiance, a combined launch of a MMO videogame. His film projects include Europa Report and Knights of Badassdom. His other credits include critically acclaimed scores for series such as Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Eureka, Human Target, and The Cape. His videogame credits include SOCOM 4 and Dark Void.

 


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