D.G. Hall

D.G. Hall

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Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Total Song Plays: 319   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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D.G. Hall (First name Donn) has been a professional musician and producer for the last 15 years. As a composer, he has scored orchestral arrangements for Hosanna's "Dramatized Bible" which have been distributed worldwide. In addition to this, Donn has done television theme shows such as the nationally syndicated hit video show "24/7". He regularly composes, performs and produces television and radio commercials which have been aired locally and in several states. Donn owns On Fire Productions, a reputable studio in the quiet suburb of Taylor Ranch. He composes and produces his own material in the genres of Modern rock, Instrumental metal, Surf and 60's era rock, New age instrumentals, and Symphonic movements and suites. Donn can be reached at Onfirepro@AOL.com.


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Stelios Koupetoris posted over 30 days ago to D.G. Hall


Hi Donn,

Congratulations on the recent film placement! We are together in this.
All the best,
Stelios


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Dan Lazarescou posted over 30 days ago


Hi Donn,
Thank you for the superlative review of my piece "The Midnight Waltz." I really appreciate your kind words.
I listened to most of your pieces. Excellent work both in composition and performance. I admired "The Plight of the Martyrs": very balanced and serious work, great development of themes and motifs, and clear and inspired orchestration.
I would enjoy to continue the discussion, as you suggested. You can email me from my website www.danlazarescoumusic.com if you wish.
Take care,
Dan


David D. Mason posted over 30 days ago


Hi Donn
I am very impressed with both the East and West Quantum Leap Symphonic Library and LA Scoring Strings. You have given me something to think about as listening to some more of your compositions has shown me the importance iof good equipment. Many thanks for your advice,

Dave Mason


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