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  • Debbie Wiseman - broadcasts
    Debbie Wiseman joins Simon Lederman and Christina Michalos to review the papers The item starts at approx 61 00 mins into the programme BBC London 94 9 10 April 2014 The Simon Lederman Show Debbie Wiseman joins Simon Lederman to play live excerpts from her score to A Poet In New York The item starts at approx 29 00 mins into the programme BBC London 94 9 6 March 2014 The Simon Lederman Show Debbie Wiseman joins Simon Lederman and Lynsey de Paul to review the papers The item starts at approx 61 00 mins into the programme BBC Radio 4 3 February 2014 The Today Programme James Naughtie discusses the role of women in classical music with Jude Kelly and Debbie Wiseman BBC London 94 9 25 November 2013 The Simon Lederman Show Debbie Wiseman joins Simon Lederman and Russ Kane to review the papers The item starts at approx 61 00 mins into the programme BBC Radio 4 24 October 2013 The World Tonight Debbie Wiseman joins The World Tonight team to discuss the National Anthem and plays her own new versions of the tune The item starts at approx 0 38 mins into the programme BBC Radio 3 23 September 2013 Essential Classics Debbie is Rob Cowan s guest all this week at 10 30am Mon Fri on BBC Radio 3 s excellent morning programme Essential Classics BBC Radio 4 6 July 2013 Saturday Live Debbie joins Reverend Richard Coles and Sian Williams as their studio guest BBC Radio 4 9 March 2013 Loose Ends Clive Anderson tickles the ivories with award winning film and TV composer Debbie Wiseman Debbie gave a rare solo piano appearance at St George s Bristol on Thursday 14th March BBC Radio 4 16 February 2013 Saturday Live Debbie Wiseman chats with JP Devlin about the similarities between snooker and music BBC Radio 4 8 January 2013 Scoring Father Brown Scoring Father Brown is a unique exploration of the world of writing music for film and television Debbie Wiseman takes us on her own individual journey as a composer through the processes and stages she took when scoring music for this television series Based on the stories by G K Chesterton Father Brown is a charismatic sleuth concerned with the redemption of the soul Music is required to underpin these episodes such as heightening emotions or joining scenes together but it is essential that from the very outset for the music to capture the individual world of Father Brown BBC Radio 4 29 May 2012 Today Justin Webb talks to Debbie Wiseman about the New Water Music and to music critic Mark Bywater about the long history of royal music BBC Radio 4 23 February 2012 Front Row Mark Lawson speaks to two of the ten composers taking inspiration from Handel s Water Music for the Queen s Diamond Jubilee celebrations The new works will be performed as part of the 1000 boat flotilla travelling down the Thames on June 3 Debbie

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  • Debbie Wiseman - broadcasts
    The Works November 2013 Simon Burton talks to Debbie Wiseman about writing music for film PDF Buy Debbie Wiseman CDs now at Follow Debbie on Facebook Twitter opening titles credits reviews forthcoming in concert media awards biography discography soundbytes photo

    Original URL path: http://debbiewiseman.co.uk/media/in-print.shtml (2016-02-16)
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  • Debbie Wiseman - discography
    to order now from Silva Screen Records The movie stars Matthew Macfadyen recently seen as Darcy in Pride and Prejudice The score features violin solos by the young star soloist Jack Liebeck Click here to listen to a soundbyte of Middletown Buy Debbie Wiseman CDs now at Follow Debbie on Facebook Twitter opening titles credits reviews forthcoming in concert media awards biography discography soundbytes photo gallery contact www debbiewiseman co

    Original URL path: http://debbiewiseman.co.uk/discography/middletown.shtml (2016-02-16)
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  • Debbie Wiseman
    UGLY DUCKLING The famous Hans Christian Andersen story has been set to music by Debbie and is narrated on the album by actor Nigel Havers Track listing Wilde West Hans Christian Andersen Before You Go Tom and Viv Judge John Deed Warriors My Uncle Silas Simon An English Legionnaire Tom s Midnight Garden Haunted Othello Wilde The Ugly Duckling More information from Silva Screen Buy a copy of the CD

    Original URL path: http://debbiewiseman.co.uk/discography/rpocd.shtml (2016-02-16)
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  • Debbie Wiseman - peformance credits
    2014 from Debbie Wiseman on Vimeo film and television credits Buy Debbie Wiseman CDs now at Follow Debbie on Facebook Twitter opening titles credits reviews forthcoming in concert media awards biography discography soundbytes photo gallery contact www debbiewiseman co uk

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  • Debbie Wiseman - broadcasts
    confirmed when she describes her creative process Quite often the composer only comes on board a project at the end but the ideal is when you get to start with the script and begin sketching at the piano before seeing a few scenes on set If this makes Wiseman out to be a kind of slow burn artist then that s misleading for she s one of the fastest workers on the scene Indeed as she explains it s partly the tight deadlines with composing for screen and the fact that things may change at any moment and require you to start afresh that make working in this field exciting Sometimes you ve got just 3 4 weeks for the whole project with an orchestra already booked to make the deadline really frightening and even then people will change things on the way If you re the sort of composer who needs to take their time and ponder things it s probably not for you What s really important is never to let someone down If you don t deliver you might as well give up because it s a small industry One senses Wiseman who is a visiting professor at London s Royal College of Music is used to giving advice to her younger colleagues and part of this comes from her gratitude to her own student days at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where the unique marriage of music and theatre helped her to move in the direction in which she wanted to go She studied piano there with James Gibb and composition with Buxton Orr one of the most versatile composers of the post war generation equally adept at writing hard core serialist concert pieces as lighthearted virtuoso variations on the themes of the great operas He was also an experienced composer for film Even so like her fellow students much of Wiseman s focus was on writing concert music in line with the late 20th century avant garde Messiaen was my big love at the time The way his music paints pictures for the mind is just amazing But in the end I could never get away from the desire to work with themes and melodies and also just to get out there and work rather than squirrelling myself away and writing only concert hall music Professional success didn t come immediately and Wiseman spent two years playing weddings before one of the hundreds of demo tapes she sent out finally received a response from a director working on a documentary about the miners strike One of the choral pieces on my demo really struck a chord and he thought he should use choral music on the film It went well and after doing a few more films for the same production company I went in no time from being a novice to a composer with a bunch of actual credits That s really what makes the difference when you are starting out One

    Original URL path: http://debbiewiseman.co.uk/media/interview-the-works.shtml (2016-02-16)
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