Felix Brenner | The Death of Salvador Dalí: Music from the Film

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Download the short film from iTunes. Click here. Get the soundtrack from iTunes. Click here. Listen on Rhapsody DalíMovie.com - official website Death of Dalí MySpace page. Bebo

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The Death of Salvador Dalí: Music from the Film

by Felix Brenner

Flamenco guitars, soaring strings and out-of-this-world soundscapes. This original soundtrack beautifully integrates Latin, classical, and electronic music to portray the wild and flamboyant Salvador Dalí.
Genre: Latin: General
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1. Dali Dance
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2. Dali Intro
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3. Ode to Dali
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4. Thank You
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5. Sits and Speaks
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6. I Want to go Mad
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7. Insane!
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8. Pose Naked
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9. Drawing
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10. Eluard
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11. Death of Dali
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12. Gala is a Whore
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13. Gala Whip
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14. Ecstasy
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15. Hypnosis
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16. Gracias, Doctor
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17. Dali Dance
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Soundtrack to the award-winning 35mm short film "The Death of Salvador Dalí" starring Salvador Benavides and Dita Von Teese.

"Simply dazzling." - Cathy Ross SXSW Festival Coordinator

Flamenco guitars, soaring strings and out-of-this-world soundscapes. This original soundtrack beautifully integrates Latin, classical, and electronic music to portray the wild and flamboyant Salvador Dalí. Features "Ode to Dalí", "Dalí Dance" and "Gala Whip".

"Wild, sensual, and animalistic..." - CD Baby reviewer PiXXie

When Dalí seeks Freud's assistance to inject madness into his art, tables are turned and student becomes teacher. Madness is the rule when, through a series of visits by Dalí's friends, enemies, and a muse, Freud is unwittingly subjected to chaos, deception, and guns.

"Breezy, gorgeous and absurd... romantic motif's with regal melodic passages..."
- Jon Stebbins author The Real Beach Boy

The Death of Salvador Dalí has won awards for:
Best Short Film - West Hollywood Film Festival (Delaney Bishop, writer and director)
Best Short Film, Comedy - Napa/Sonoma Film Festival (Delaney Bishop, writer and director)
Best Actor - NALFF Film Festival (Salvador Benavides)
Best Screenplay - Hypefest LA Film Festival (Delaney Bishop),
Best Female Performance - Beverly Hills Film Festival (Dita Von Teese)
Best Cinematography - Aarhus Film Festival Denmark (Fortunato Procopio)

The soundtrack features all original music tracks, dialog excerpts from the film, and photos from the movie and the set.

The short film and soundtrack are also available for download at iTunes.

Music composed and produced by Felix Brenner
Film written and directed by Delaney Bishop

a MARIACHI PAPARAZZI release


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Druunatic

Fantasitic & Sublime :)
I Love this CD ! It is a Unique little odd Masterpiece that sneeks under your skin :)

Jon Stebbins

An atmospheric adventure that is breezy, gorgeous and absurd.
Felix Brenner's original soundtrack to the wonderfully wierd short film "The Death of Salvador Dali" is an atmospheric adventure...that is breezy, gorgeous and absurd. There are romantic motif's with regal melodic passages rendered by piano, guitar, woodwinds and real strings no less. Slightly edgy sections nicely match the off the wall qualities of the film's bizarre slant, and some key dialogue from the film is included here to great effect. Brenner's compostions can be both sumptuous and moody and make for a great listening experience. This is a highly creative and ultimately beautiful soundtrack.

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wonderful !
this music Simply gives you goosebumps !!!!

Mary

Simply Wonderful
I really adore this album. The talking portions from the movie are quite funny and the music makes me sway in my seat. I really love it.

PiXXie

Wild, sensual, and animalistic!
I bought this CD and I was blown away by!
First, cdbaby service is PROMPT, which is surprising in this day and age anyway. LOL
The music is genius. Wild, sensual, and animalistic. Candy for the imagination! I suggest you buy the cd... and listen to it with a lover (or two!), a bottle of wine and the kama sutra... Yeah Baby! Viva!

Barry David

Really great and cool CD. An effin circus!
Good Grief! These tunes just stay in my head. Dali's circus of the mind is evident throughout the whole set. This is Big Fun. An instrumental delight and full of surprises. I want to see the movie. I want to hear more from this genius. Want more want more want more....

Cedric

Brilliantly done
Beautiful sound, great flow to the music. I only wish it was longer so I could hear more.

melody

phenomena
great from start to finish. moves so smothly and captures all your attention.

Vik

5 stars
Great variety and emotion to this music. Brenner captures Dali\'s many levels of reality and artistic beauty.

Erika

:)
This cd is BEAUTIFUL!!! I only wish the movie was longer...then the soundtrack would be too!!!
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