Music: “Tashi” – Original Score

I’m very excited to bring you the original score I composed and produced for Vivek Singh Sangwan’s short film “Tashi.”

If you can listen to only one track, make it “A Letter to Buddha (End Titles).”

“Tashi” tells the story of a Tibetan boy who seeks out Buddha to ask him a difficult question.

Of all the film/video game scores I’ve done over the last few months (which I will share in due course), this is the project I’m most proud of because Vivek and I worked together very honestly, and with openness to each others’ different approaches. We ran through many different versions of the music until we found the kind of tone he was looking for. The music had to have a presence without stepping over the naturalism of the film. We also decided early on that we would give Tashi a primary theme, which you will find recurring throughout the score, evolving. You can even hear a very rudimentary version of it in “First Demo.”

I’ll share the film here as soon as it’s publicly available.

Please share the score if you think it’s worth it!

UPDATE: People, a trailer!

3 thoughts on “Music: “Tashi” – Original Score”

  1. Beautiful music! From the tone and sound of your music I can feel how the story of the film is unfolding. I’m living in Hong Kong. It is always filled with all kinds of noise. Not relaxing at all. So your music score made me feel very peaceful and relaxed.

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