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Jeffrey Gold

classical and instrumental     211 listeners


1. Sivart
2. unclefe...
3. iyzie
4. machine...
5. walk0385


6. Tsuzuno
7. davyham...
8. zaome
9. linie
10. CEONelson


1. Kanutten
2. gingerb...
3. NilsEr
Jeffrey Gold attended the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and 2009 Park City Film Music Festival.
posted 8 years ago
Jeffrey Gold just added the piano composition "Images in a Rear View Mirror" as the fourth song available for listening.

Jeffrey Gold is preparing to score the documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, with guitarist/composer Vince Lauria.
posted 8 years ago
Award-winning Film Composer Jeffrey Gold

Winner of the 2006 Best of State Award for Original Music Composition, the Jury Choice Gold Medal for Excellence in the 2004 Park City Film Music Festival and Semi-Finalist in the 2004 Moondance International Film Festival filmscoring competition, Jeffrey Gold's works have premiered at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Centres in Cardiff, Wales and in Piccadilly, London, on television in the U.K., on PBS television, on radio and at international film festivals. Educated at Cambridge University, he is a lifetime member of the Cambridge Film and Television Society. In the United States, he has been a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) since 1999. In 2005 he was invited to participate in the 19th Annual Sundance Institute Independent Producers Conference and the 3rd Annual Sundance Institute Theatre Program/Johnny Mercer Foundation Master Class with composers and performers Melissa Manchester, Jimmy Webb, Michael Rupert, Margaret Whiting, and Charles Strouse. He has had masterclasses with film composer/orchestrator/arranger Conrad Pope (Star Wars episodes I-III,... (+) expand
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Floweringsoul (level 24) wrote:
How crazy? Vince Lauria just played and I read his bio and bumped his stuff and now you play and I see you are working with him on a score!
Sending you tons of positive vibes and LIGHT!
8 years ago
linie (level 35) wrote:
very relaxing. thank you for sharing your music.
8 years ago
annmariej (level 20) wrote:
Your music is wonderful!
8 years ago
karitamattila (level 6) wrote:
Elegy blew my mind, you're astounding! Thank you.
8 years ago
Jeffrey Gold wrote:
I haven't had much time to respond and every time I was about to, I'd get sidetracked by some other urgent project. But I wanted to thank you all for your very nice comments. I appreciate them. Thanks again.


8 years ago
Convolvere (level 5) wrote:
I'm glad that this site gave me the opportunity to listen to your music.
I love your work. :) I look forward to hearing more.
8 years ago
sambearpoet (level 12) wrote:
I love your music!
8 years ago
Andrew Morgan Smith wrote:
Hey man,
I like your stuff. It does feel very cinematic. What types of VI's and Synths are you using? My stuff is done on Kontakt 2 using some hybrid libraries.
8 years ago
Vincent Parrish wrote:
I absolutely love your new song Jeffrey, keep up the amazing work!
9 years ago
Jeffrey Gold wrote:

Thank you very much for your welcome to the site; I'm enjoying it immensely. I only recently heard about it from Paul Luscher of Insanity Void.

I'm happy to know you enjoyed Fanfare. It is a boisterous piece. It was composed and submitted for an open call to Oprah's 2007 Oscar Special.

I plan on adding a few more pieces. Take care and thanks for listening.


9 years ago
Alex Gloworld wrote:
Good to have you here Jeffrey, I especially like "Fanfare".
9 years ago