The 2011 Ergo Phizmiz album "Music from the Shoes of Fulcanelli", a series of instrumental compositions based on melodies and structures from early 20th century classical music and Renaissance music, has proven incredibly popular as soundtracks for an array of short films. You can download the album, free, at the marvellous Headphonica.
Mirrors and self-portraits from cuantofalta on Vimeo.
The Teddy Tea Party - Prologue - Short Film from Jesper Karmark on Vimeo.
The Remedy from Charles Huette on Vimeo.
Dear Stephen from StrongLook on Vimeo.
Krabat & Co from Mario Marinkovic on Vimeo.
Binky purring HD from Helmut Ganster on Vimeo.
Sea Bream Festival at Toyohama, Japan from momo on Vimeo.
- Cold Collation
- Some Folk Can
- The Faust Cycle
- Ergo Phizmiz Soundtracks the World
- Creative Commons music
- Pop Up Book
- The Noel Coward Trilogy
- Disco Organ!
- Cover Versions
- Kid's Disco!
- Murder in Sonora
- A Fairytale of World War II
- Fulcanelli's Shoes
Sunday, 29 January 2012
"Music from the Shoes of Fulcanelli" - In Sync
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