Classically-trained Composer Looking for Next Project

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    Name: Callum Spooner
    Website: www.callumspooner.com
    Contact: Best way to contact me is by email at callumspooner@live.co.uk or you can simply message me on here.

    Obvious really, I'm a very versatile classically-trained composer looking for my next project. You can visit my website for more information or email me, I am also willing to score a short cinematic or piece of in-game footage for free should you so wish! Below is a little animation I recently scored so you can get an idea about how I score images.

     
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    My most recent composition (an unaccompanied choral piece) is now available to listen to on my website, on the 'Listen' page.
     
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    Latest composition up on YouTube (see below) - something a bit more spooky sounding! Latest film score also soon to be released!

     

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