Dwegons & Leprechauns
The Bear, Jimmy and Life to Promise
Dwegon Lounge / The Book / Family / Villains and Rainbows
Into the House / Into Stealth Mode
Falling for Missy
Greaso / Timmy / Planting Gold / Bloochip
Behold the Soviets and Mission Dwegons
Journey Through Dwegonland
Tell Me What / Soviet Mission / Dwegon Mission
Greaso and Bloochip Into Action
Dwegons and Peter
Stealing Prague / Pioneers / Donuts and Friendly Neighborhood Soviets
Dwegons Discover Prague Sun
Guns in the Underworld
Dvargon Hell / The Battle for Dwegonland / Russian Wrap
Promise of the Rainbow
Stormworks-Tw3 Logo "That's a Wrap 33"
Dwegons & Leprechauns was composed and orchestrated averaging 6.5 minutes per day. After scoring 106 minutes, it was discovered that the print was in the wrong frame rate. The entire score needed to be redone. Cues like Dvargon Hell & The Battle for Dwegonland, recorded as one piece and having 88 critical hit points needed new math and Music. I got to score Tom’s film twice, and... IT WAS FUN! When we got to Reel 6 the second time, Tom called and said, “I just want you to write me a concert! You have total freedom.”
These are incredible words coming from any Director-Producer, and in this case, a Fightin’-Irish Lad who invested so much of himself across the many years!
In addition to my kids, this Music is dedicated to Tom Walsh, whose vision, inspiration and fun direction led to a Musical portrayal of his own special, Good-hearted, kid-friendly, color-filled world. Writing the Music, with my kids often watching, I knew Tom had made something from and to the Hearts of all Children... of all ages. I hope you will enjoy this Musical version of the Dwegons & Leprechauns Adventure. Thanks for listening again and again. Godspeed! Stephen Melillo
In 2016, Stephen’s 4th Symphony was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM, and most recently, The UNWILLING. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1140 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.
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