Martin Kiszko - Full Credits List: Film, TV, Concert and Multi-media Scores

Full Credits List: Film, TV, Concert and Multi-media Scores

Cinematic Features
  • 2007 - The Killing of John Lennon, 1 × 112’
Feature Drama Scores
  • Zastrozzi - A Romance (C4/WNET) 1 × 90’. 102’ chamber orchestral score.
  • Black Hearts in Battersea (BBC) 2 × 90’. 79’ score. Chamber orchestral and sampled. Also conductor.
  • The Levels (HTV) 1 × 90’. 26’ sampled score.
  • The Uninvited (ITV/Zenith) 2 × 2hrs. Orchestral and sampled. Also conductor.
Shorts
  • The Nutter Tales, Children’s series TV pilot for The Mob Film Co. Director Vadim Jean.
  • Dreamworks Promo (BBC) 1997. Requested by Steven Spielberg - an 8’ 30” orchestral score featuring City of Prague Philharmonic. Awarded Best Music Video, Missoula Film Festival, USA, 1997.
  • Millennium Dome (BBC) 6 × 30’. 1999. Films for the BBC and Millennium Dome.
  • Unification - King Abdul Aziz (Saudi Arabian National Museum) 1998. 15’ orchestral score for City of Prague Philharmonic to accompany film and laser show at the museum.
Albums and Album Tracks
  • The Ocellus Suite, - Featuring the music from the BBC’s Alien Empire. (Soundtrack/EMI Records) 72’ 1996. Album of Martin Kiszko music featuring the Munich Symphony Orchestra.
  • The Uninvited (Oceandeep Soundtracks) 71’ 1997. Album of Martin Kiszko music performed and conducted by Martin Kiszko and featuring the London Film Orchestra.
  • The Age Demanded, 74’ 1999. Album of Martin Kiszko music representing works since 1983.
  • Battle of the Sexes (BBC/Silva Screen Records) 60’ 1999. Album of Martin Kiszko music featuring City of Prague Philharmonic.
  • The Millennium March, 1999. Spoof album to mark the Millennium. Performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic and Martin Kiszko.
  • Sea Star, 2001. Cantata for Tenor, 150 singers and symphony orchestra. Words by Anne Ridler. World premiere recording. June 30, 2001. Clifton Cathedral, Bristol.
  • A Radius of Curves, 2006. Cantata for soloist, choir, orchestra and film. Words by Brunel/Martin Kiszko. Commissioned by Brunel 200 to celebrate IK Brunel’s 200th Birthday. World premiere March 31, 2006, Clifton Cathedral, Bristol.
  • St. John’s School Millennium CD 2000. Originator, Executive producer and Sound producer for this package which portrays the lives of 260 children during Millennium year.
  • Maddy Prior - Year, Composition of track 9d ‘Winter Wakeneth’.
  • Lies Damned Lies - Flying Kites, Navajo flute performance and arrangement on track ‘The Big Picture.’
  • The Killing of John Lennon (2007) Original Soundtrack Score composed and conducted by Martin Kiszko. 57’ 00”. Featuring the Bristol Ensemble.
Film Drama Scores - Titles and Incidental Music
  • The Uninvited (ITV/Zenith) 4 × 60’ Drama Series. 1997. 80’ Chamber orchestral and sampled score.
  • Zastrozzi-a Romance (C4) 4 × 50’ Drama Series. 1986. 102’ Chamber orchestral score.
  1. Capture
  2. Conspiracy
  3. Seduction
  4. Murder
  • Black Hearts in Battersea (BBC1) 6 × 30’ Drama Series. 1995. 79’ Chamber orchestral and sampled score. Also conductor.
  • Just Desserts (HTV) 1 × 30’ Drama directed by Vadim Jean. 2000. Instrumental and sampled score.
  • Steps (HTV) 1 × 30’ Drama directed by Martin Kiszko. 2000. Sampled score.
  • The Levels (ITV Feature Film) 1 × 90'. Sampled score.
Animation
  • Sweet Disaster (C4) 5 × 10’ animation series.
  • Series titles and incidental for films Dreamless Sleep (Best Film Zagreb Festival 1986) and
    Conversations by a Californian Swimming Pool. Electronic and musique-concrete scores performed by Martin Kiszko.
Social Documentaries
  • Skin Deep (Discovery) 3 × 50’ 2002. For Vadim Jean’s The Mob Productions. Acoustic jazz score. Also conductor.
  • Life Class (Carlton/HTV) 7 × 30’. 2002. Sampled score.
  • City of Fire (HTV) 1 × 25’. 2000. Sampled score.
  • Who on Earth (BBC1) 5 × 15’. 1999. Instrumental, vocal and sampled score. Also conductor.
  • Hotel (HTV/ITV) 6 × 30’. 1997. 40’ Sampled score.
  1. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
  2. Peas and Queues
  3. Goodbye Mr. Kitts
  4. Jobs for the Boys
  5. Christmas Spirit
  6. Spoiled for Choice
  • The Nineties (BBC2) 8 X 40’.1993. 86’ Chamber orchestral score. Also conductor.
  1. And They Sailed Away
  2. The Demon in the Glass
  3. Fresh Air and Fun
  4. I Married a Stranger
  5. All Your Kisses are Mine
  6. You Win Some, You Lose Some
  7. We Grinned and Bared it
  8. Pennies on their Eyes
  • A New Way of Living (ITV) 6 × 30’. 1986. Chamber orchestral score. Also conductor.
  • The Countryside in Question (ITV) 6 X 40’. 1987. Chamber orchestral and vocal score. Also conductor.
  1. A Green and Pleasant Land
  2. Change in the Village
  3. Pleasing Prospects
  4. A Natural World?
  5. An Urban Playspace
  6. Whose Countryside?
  • Channel Traders (ITV) 5 X 30’. 1988. Sampled score.
  1. Voyage of the Irene
  2. Bound for Gloucester
  3. Cruise with the Waverley
  4. Voyage with the Peggy
  5. Peggy - Out of Ilfracombe
  • The K and A (The Kennett and Avon Canal) (HTV/C4) 4 X 30’. 1990. Sampled score.
  1. By Honey Street to the Thames
  2. The Big Lift
  3. A Breath of Fresh Air
  4. The Last Lock
  • Omagh - One Year On (ITV) 1999. Instrumental score. Also conductor/performer.
  • War and Peace - Gaze of the Gorgon (BBC) 1992. by Tony Harrison. Chamber orchestral and sampled score. Also conductor.
  • Splendid Hearts - Enniskillen (BBC) 1992. Instrumental score. Also conductor.
  • Paradise Road (A Night of Love) - How to Write a Mills and Boon (BBC) 1992. Chamber orchestral score. Also conductor.
  • Seven Faces of Everest (BBC) 1993. Sampled score.
  • Locomotion - Ep: 2 Taming the Iron Monster (BBC) 1993. Incidental choral and chamber orchestral score.
  • Hotel - Network Version (ITV) 1997. Sampled score.
  • Imperial Splendours - A Dreamworld of Palaces in Paradise (Readers Digest) Sampled score.
Natural History
  • Battle of the Sexes (BBC/Discovery) 6 X 30’. 1999. 80’ Score for City Of Prague Philharmonic.
  1. Ways of Being Male
  2. Choosy Females
  3. Race for the Egg
  4. Parental Dilemma
  5. Family Affairs
  6. The Riddle of Sex
  • Alien Empire (BBC1/WNET) 6 X 30’ 1995. 90’ Orchestral score performed By Munich Symphony Orchestra.
  1. Hardware
  2. Replicators
  3. Battlezone
  4. Voyagers
  5. Metropolis
  6. War of the Worlds
  • Desmond Morris’ The Human Sexes (Discovery/BBC) 6 X 60’. 1997. 70’ Chamber orchestral and sampled score. Also conductor.
  1. Male and Female
  2. Language of the Sexes
  3. Patterns of Love
  4. Passages of Life
  5. The Maternal Dilemma
  6. The Gender Wars
  • Realms of the Russian Bear (BBC/WNET) 6 X 50’. 1992. 94’ Score for orchestra, Russian native instruments and samples.
    Recorded Moscow and London. Grand Teton Award, Jackson Hole Film Festival, USA, 1993 - Best film series.
  1. Green Jewel of the Caspian
  2. Into the Celestial Mountains
  3. The Red Deserts
  4. The Arctic Frontier
  5. The Frozen Forest
  6. Born Of Fire
  • Land Of The Eagle (BBC/WNET) 8 X 50’. 1989. 160’ Score for orchestra, early music ensemble, native American instruments, vocals and samples.
  1. The Great Encounter
  2. Confronting the Wilderness
  3. Conquering the Swamps
  4. Across the Sea of Grass
  5. Into the Shining Mountains
  6. Living on the Edge
  7. The First and Last Frontier
  8. Searching for Paradise
  • Magic Animals (BBC) 4 X 30’. 1994. Sampled score performed by Martin Kiszko.
  1. The Wolf
  2. The Bear
  3. The Dolphin
  4. The Snake
  • The Natural History of an Alien (BBC) 1997. As part of the BBC’s ‘Life on Mars’ weekend. Sampled score.
  • World About Us - Forest in the Sea (BBC) 1983. Electro-acoustic score.
  • Wildlife On One - Watervoles, a Life on the Edge (BBC). 1999. Sampled score.
  • Wildlife On One - Shadow of the Hare (BBC). Chamber orchestral score with vocalist Maddy Prior. Also conductor.
  • Wildlife On One - They Came from the Sea (BBC). Sampled score.
  • Wildlife On One - The Tale of the Pregnant Male (BBC). Sampled score.
  • Wildlife On One - Who Really Killed Cock Robin? (BBC). Sampled score.
  • Wildlife On One - Kingdom of the Crabs (BBC). Sampled score. Winner of award for creative use of music and wildlife for education., 12th international Wildlife Film Festival, Missoula USA. 1989.
  • Wildlife On One - Trivial Pursuit: The Natural Mystery of Play. (BBC). Sampled score.
  • Wildlife On One - Blubber Lovers (BBC) String quartet and slide guitar. Also conductor.
  • Wildlife On One - The Eagle Empire (BBC). Sampled and vocal score.
  • Wildlife Showcase - A Symphony of Magic: Wild Orchids in Israel (BBC). Electronic score.
  • The Natural World – Australia, Taking the Heat (BBC). Sampled score.
  • The Natural World - The Taming of the Ewe (BBC). Sampled score.
  • The Natural World - Even the Animals Must Be Free (BBC). Sampled score.
  • The Natural World - Arctic Wanderers (BBC). Sampled score.
  • The Natural World - Birdnuts: The Magnificent Obsession (BBC). Sampled score.
  • The Natural World - Treasure of the Andes (BBC). Sampled score.
  • The Natural World - Ytene the Ancient Forest (BBC). Sampled score.
  • The Natural World - Pandas of the Sleeping Dragon (BBC). Featuring Chinese instruments performed by Zhao Ben, China’s foremost multi-instrumentalist. Also conductor.
  • The Natural World - Bower Bird: Playboy of the Australian Forest (BBC) Sampled score.
  • The Natural World - Himalaya (BBC) Vocal and sampled score.
  • The Natural World - Mandrills: Painted Faces of the Forest (BBC) African instrumental Score.
  • The Natural World – Australia – Taking the Heat (BBC) 2005 Sampled score
  • Born to be Wild - Operation Lemur with John Cleese (BBC) Sampled score. Unused.
  • Nature - Death on the St. Lawrence (BBC) Sampled score.
  • Nature - the Fourth Hurdle (BBC) Sampled score.
  • The Nature of Australia, Ep.2 A Separate Creation. (BBC) Sampled score for kangaroo birth sequence.
  • Franz Josef Land - A Frozen Wilderness, Ep: 3 An Arctic Secret (Partridge Films/Austrian TV) 1997. Sampled and vocal score. Also conductor.
  • Alien Empire, - Series promo (BBC) Sampled score.
Series titles music
as above plus
  • Tastes Of Britain (C4) 1998. Sampled score.
  • Omnibus (BBC) 1987–1990. Sampled score.
  • Murder Squad (ITV) 1991–1994. Chamber orchestral and sampled score. Also conductor.
  • The Natural World (BBC) 1992–1994. Orchestral score. Also conductor.
  • The Natural World (BBC) 1996–2000. Instrumental and sampled score. Also conductor.
  • The Natural World (BBC) 2000–2003. Instrumental and sampled Score.
  • The Natural World Classics (BBC) 1997. Sampled score.
  • The Art of Pleasing People (C4) 1987. Sampled score.
  • Food And Drink (BBC) 1984–1986. Electronic score.
  • Miniature Worlds (BBC) 1987–1995. Electronic score.
  • Couples (BBC) 1987. Instrumental and electronic score.
  • Wildworld (BBC) 1986–1995. Sampled score.
  • Wildscreen, ‘86 (C4) 1986. Orchestral score. Also conductor.
  • Hand in Hand (C4) 1986–1988. Instrumental and electronic score. Also conductor.
  • Hand in Hand (C4) 1988–1990. Instrumental score. Also conductor.
  • Weekend Outlook (HTV) 1984–1986. Electronic score.
  • Scene (HTV) 1987–1989. Electronic and instrumental score.
  • Hazard A Guess (ITV) 1987–1988. Electronic and instrumental score.
  • The Cancer Question (BBC) 1990. Sampled score.
  • Music for You and You and You (BBC) Instrumental and electronic score.
  • Dance International (BBC) 1989–1990. Sampled score.
  • Problems (HTV) 1989–1991. Sampled score.
  • Sound On Film (BBC) 1988–1990. Musique-concrete and electronic score.
  • John Tovey’s Entertaining on a Plate (BBC) 1990–1991. Electronic score.
  • Wildlife On Two (BBC) 1992–1996. Electronic score.
  • Europe - on the Brink (BBC) 1993. Sampled score.
  • Limited Edition (HTV) 1994–1997. Sampled score.
  • Frieze Frame (HTV) 1997–1998. Sampled score.
Light entertainment
  • Keynotes (ITV) Electronic arrangements of popular songs plus computer programming for 45 episodes.
  • The Weekend Starts Here (HTV). Specially commissioned musical piece performed live on the show by Martin Kiszko.
  • Get Fresh (ITV). Instrumental arrangement of a song for film insert.
Corporate theatrical release
  • A Pattern of Energy (Total Oil). Titles and incidental music. Orchestral score.
  • The Nature of the Thames (Thames Water Authority). Titles and incidental music. Chamber orchestral score. Also conductor.
  • Flotsam (British Children’s Film Foundation). Electronic score.
  • Stuart Devlin - Master Goldsmith, Instrumental and electronic score.
  • Radiotherapy (Bristol Radiotherapy Centre). Electro-acoustic score.
  • The Cold Chain (United Nation WHO). Instrumental score.
  • Prudential (Prudential Assurance Company). Electronic score.
  • Upper Lid Surgery (Christofel Blinden Mission). Electronic score.
  • In Search of Tomorrow (BP/Worldwide). Electronic score.
Commercials
  • Homeworld, instrumental and electronic score.
  • 3i Capital City, instrumental and electronic score.
  • Totem Timber, instrumental score.
Dance, concert, and stage works
  • A Radius of Curves, 2006. Cantata for baritone, choir, orchestra and film. City of Bristol special commission to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Brunel’s birth. World premiere Clifton Cathedral Bristol, 31 March 2006. Bristol Ensemble and Exultate Singers.
  • Le Regard du Silence, 2004 dance work choreographed by Bernard Espinasse using some of the music of Martin Kiszko. Performed by the dancers of Ballet du Nord, France.
  • Inua, 2003 – Multi-media music-dance-film work for 28 children, 4 Soundbeams (ultrasonics), 6 Soundbeam footswitches, Soundbeam manipulated pictures, vocals, flute, guitar and violin. World premiere December 16, 2003. Worcester Cathedral. Winner of 2004 Composer of the Year Award in the Community and Education category from the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters.
  • After the Rain, Sergi Belbel play performed by German theatre company ‘Augenblicke’ using score from The Natural World - Himalaya.
  • Sea Star, 2001. Cantata for tenor, 150 singers and symphony orchestra. Words by Anne Ridler. World premiere June 30, 2001. Clifton Cathedral, Bristol.
  • Hearts of Earth and Fire, 1994. A choral and chamber orchestral work commissioned by Clifton Cathedral, Bristol. With words by poet Anne Ridler.
  • The Man from Glasgow, 10 songs for Jack Marriott’s black farce. Also music director and performer. Staged at Little Theatre, Colston Hall, Bristol.
  • Grotz B. Grooble and the Gobgunger Revenge, Community theatre. Sampled score.
  • Driving Passions, A musical.
  • Romeo and Juliet, Cafe Arts Theatre world touring production using the score from Even the Animals Must be Free.
  • Night Lights, 1986. A multi-media work for actor, slide projections, video, saxophone, percussion, synthesisers and live electronics.
  • The Stratagem of Nauplius, 1984. A multi-media work for virtuoso trombonist James Fulkerson using video, live electronics and computer text. Performed at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 1984.
  • Cairoglyph, 1983. A multi-media work for actor Tony Robinson. Scored for video, audiotape, piano and live electronics. Performed by Elektrodome at Bretton Hall College, West Yorkshire.
  • Six Autumn Sketches, 1988. Clarinet and piano.
  • Alwyn North, 1988. A concert overture for orchestra.
Church Works
  • Marriage Morning, 2003 For choir, Clt, Tbn, Pno, Org, Elec. Bass, Vln.
  • Acclaim this Day, For choir, Latin percussion, piano, violin and electric bass.
  • My Heart is Filled with Goodly Things, For tenor, choir, piano and cello.
  • Unto us a Child is Born, For choir, flute, guitars, piano and electric bass. Performed live on BBC Radio Bristol.
  • Sing it Aloud, For choir, synthesisers, saxophone and percussion.
  • Trumpet Voluntary.
  • Wedding March, Organ.
  • This Child of Ours, For tenor solo and piano.

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