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We were very impressed with the compositions we received from Phil. He is a pleasure to work with throughout the creative process, he really listened to our requirements and was positive and pro-active in response to our feedback throughout. The final works are excellent. Phil is a passionate and versatile composer and I would highly recommend his services.
Derrin Edwards, Telcordia Technologies

Phil’s music for this film created a great atmosphere and conveys a sense of a ‘journey of discovery’…Phil’s timing and musical storytelling worked wonderfully. I was most impressed with his lightness of touch where it was most needed.’
Philip Lovell, producer, Falkland Islands.

‘…what a superb job I think you’ve done on the music…it sounds great and really makes the whole film.’
Andy Matheson, Panache Productions.

‘Phil wrote an often very dramatic score with captivating tinkling undertones’
Phillip Thrupp, Rose Bowl Awards.

Phil Dixon's submission was one of the stand-out entries in a large and very competitive field. The mood was well-judged and the piece really told a story that worked with the photograph. The musicality was strong and the arrangement was entirely appropriate to this very "filmic" score. Any of these qualities would have made it a competitor - their combination made it a winner.
Andrew Wilson AMPS Re-recording Mixer, Red Six Ltd.
Judge,Wildlife Photographer of the year Music Competition 2011


'...this is exactly the hard-hitting music we wanted Phil. Thanks. Great job.'
Angela Coates. Red Devil productions

'...comical yet dramatic. Perfect. Thanks'
Paul Moulden. Fire Bright Films.

'...a very effective and well-conceived response to the COMA brief (and well liked by the players)' - 'Falling Apart' for COMA
'Big Piece! Makes good use of this scale with huge motoric passages (including some interesting cross rhythmic density) contrasted with melody and chorale and a very welcome interpenetration of these.' - 'Silhouettes' for Northern College Wind Orchestra
Neal Farwell. Bristol University.


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