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Musik für Kino-Werbung der Affordable Art Fair

Mit ihrem diesjährigen Motto "All You Need Is Art" verweist die Hamburger Kunstmesse nicht nur im Slogan auf einen Bealtes-Song. Auch der Werbe-Spot, der die Messe, die Kunst in einer Preispanne von 100 € bis 7.500 € anbietet, in den Kinos und im Internet bewirbt, referenziert die Fab Four aus Liverpool.

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Musik für Kino-Werbung der Affordable Art Fair

Dass hochwertige Kunst nicht immer gleichbedeutend mit astronomischen Preisen sein muss, zeigt die Affordable Art Fair dieses Jahr erneut in Hamburg. Aus diesem Grund werden auf der Kunstmesse Exponate bis zu einem Preislimit von 7.500 € angeboten und für ein breiteres Publikum zugänglich gemacht.

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Music for cinema commercial of the Affordable Art Fair Hamburg

The Affordable Art Fair takes place in 14 cities worldwide, and this year it will open its doors in Hamburg for the very first time. This art fair offers high-quality, contemporary art made by young and emerging artists, with all of it priced under €5.000. It's a concept that appeals to a broad audience and really gets people talking.

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Music for commercial of fair 'Photo+Artbook Hamburg'

Normally letters form a word, words form a sentence and sentences e.g. a book. In the current commercial of the Hamburg fair “Photo+Artbook Hamburg” it’s exactly the other way round - every letter is formed by books, which then form the word "Book". Just like everything in the fair centers on books: foto- and artist’s books, magazines, zines and exclusive editions.

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Music for TV commercial 'Munich' of Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL)

Annecy, Pyeongchang, Munich – nothing has been decided yet when it comes to the question who might host the Olympic Winter Games 2018, and each of these cities looks ahead excitedly to the choice of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

If it was up to the Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL), the decision would be clear. With their current TV commercial “Munich” they support Munich’s candidacy for the Olympic application and for that reason director Marc Hartmann fields Katarina Witt, Jürgen Klopp, Lukas Podolski and other sports professionals.

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Music for TV-commercial of Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL)

If you have seen so far German soccer pros wearing a fencing suite and holding an épée in their hand or a pentathlete who gets trained by a soccer coach, then it’s a matter of a serious poor eyesight or – far more likely – the joint campaign „Sportler für Sportler“ from Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL) and Bundesliga-foundation for Deutsche Sporthilfe.

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Music for radio commercial of German ministry of the environment

It’s not a secret, that politics is sometimes similar to poker: it’s often about strategy, pokerfaces and how to keep one’s cards close to the chest. The new radio commercial of German ministry of environment “BMU – Poker” is also about poker. Here in a round of poker with his friends a player throws his car key into the pot – but if you ask his friends about that car, the cards are definitely stacked against him.

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Music and sound design for BMW specspot

Serpentines are bikers’ dear friends and shots of fast journeys through serpentines are dear friends of film composers. So in director Marc Hartmanns Specspot „The road to hell“ it’s gratifying to have the motorcyclist’s point-of-view, when he drives through plenty of serpentines.

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Music für Socialspot 'Agapedia'

If one asks children about their career aspiration – and if every dream came true – there would be masses of astronauts, veterinaries, engine drivers and digger operators. But if children grow up in a miserable setting, this could be shattered dreams and reality could be entirely different. Fortunately children are not aware of that yet.

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Music for TV-commercial of R+V-Versicherungen

If one should describe the future with the help of a picture, what would it look like? Like a park bench populated with city pigeons or rather like a beach chair with a seagull shambling by in front? And how about flexibility? Similar to a forward bend, where the finger tips hardly reach the ankles or rather like setting the palm of the hand easily to the floor?

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