Gianmarco Leone

Gianmarco Leone

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Unique - Soundtracks | Milan, Italy
Total Song Plays: 269   
Member Since: 2006
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Gianmarco Leone

Gianmarco Leone began playing classical piano at the age of ten, but his interest in music dates much before: he was only five years old when he tried to emulate the "Back to the Future" soundtrack with his old out-of-tune piano. His creativity started to flow out of his classical studies at the age of thirteen, when he composed a piano arrangement of the famous "Raiders March" from "Raiders of the lost Ark"; his first original composition came only one day after that.

Since then, his interest in music led him to study composition, orchestration, harmony and counterpoint. Learning by studying and learning by listening the most celebrated composers is a process obviously ongoing that led him to what he can do now.

His love for computers and information technology is only the other aspect of his activity, making possible to craft from intimate piano solos to big sounding symphonies, from classical resembling pieces to electronic ones thanks to a wide array of state-of-the-art technological equipments.

Gianmarco is now a youth composer who already has a distinctive style focused on arousing emotions. His psychology thesis was "Music and emotions: emotional meanings of musical patterns in the music for the cinema", a wide research of musical patterns that led him to the exploration and understanding of the music language and its tricks.

He has scored many short films and corporate videos, and is featured in the soundtrack of the strategy video game "The Battle for Wesnoth". He's also a composer for "Pinkmediaproject", an Italian production music library.

His last projects were two short films: "Train" and "Stanislasky" both shot in Texas. He's currently working on his first feature film, "Sugar Baby" (www.sugarbabythefilm.com) that will be shot in India.

Gianmarco, as a composer for the media, just loves symphonic compositions and piano solos, but has proven capable of composing electronic pieces as well.