"Over the years I have had the good fortune to perform and record the music of Reber Clark. The artistry, sensitivity and musical impact of his work has made a real difference in the wind band repertoire. He is surely a composer who's music has advanced the serious artistic merit of music for winds and percussion." - Eugene Migliaro Corporon Artistic Director/Conductor North Texas Wind Symphony, Resident Conductor Showa Academia Musicale Kawasaki City, Japan
Producing two albums of ambient music
Released The Last Incantation - The Rejected Score
Scoring Joshua Kennedy's Saturnalia
Scoring JOshua Kennedy's [Secret Project]
Green Comet - film project
The Dream-Quest of Unkown Kadath
- CD project
Robert E. Howard Poetry
- CD project
Fungi from Yuggoth, FOur Sonnets by H. P. Lovecraft - Film project
My music for wind ensemble is published worldwide by C. Alan Publications, and formerly by Columbia Pictures Publications and Warner Brothers Music Publications.
As composer for the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society’s Dark Adventure Radio Theatre I have composed music for The Haunter of the Dark, Mad Science, Dagon: War of Worlds, The Case of Charles Dexter Ward , Herbert West: Reanimator, and Bad Medicine.
My music is featured on The H. P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast.
Much of my recorded work can be heard at reberclark.bandcamp.com
Some of my most recent work includes music for Joshua Kennedy's feature length House of the Gorgon, winner of the 2019 Rondo Hatton Award for Best Independent Film, starring Caroline Munro, Martine Beswick, Christopher Neame, and Veronica Carlson - music for Clarke M. Smith's film You Are Me, a concert band commission entitled Over the Sparkling Sea for the Lisle School District, Lisle, IL, now published worldwide by C. Alan Publications, original music and orchestrations for the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society’s The Curious Sea Shanties of Innsmouth, Mass., and reorchestrating the prelude to Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Sinfonia Antartica for wind ensemble.
I have many music and movie projects in active development.
Artist / Reber Clark,
Print Publisher / C. Alan Publications, , 336-272-3920
Recordings / reberclark.bandcamp.com
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