Mark R. Bannister
Orchestral & Instrumental
for Film, TV & Theatre
the most stupid expression in the world.
I fell in love
- as if you had no choice.
Theres a moment,
theres always a moment;
I can do this, I can give
in to this or I can resist it.
I dont know when your
moment was but I bet there was one."
A masterful play written in 1997 by
Patrick Marber exploring the dark and gritty themes of love and
sexual politics. This music was composed for a theatre production
of Closer performed in Twickenham then Guildford in May 2003.
It was directed by Gerald Baker of the
Richmond Shakespeare Society, and featured
very strong performances from Siobhan McCoulough,
Jenny Hancock, David Wheatley and Alex Page-Bailey.
This is a modern instrumentation
making heavy use of synthesiser effects, drawing on the themes of
musical repetition mirroring the uncontrollable repetitions in
life, of behaviour of instinct of love of relationships and of
(MP3 - 3 mins 2 secs - 1.94 Mb)
Still (MP3 - 3 mins 14 secs - 2.58 Mb)