Marlene Hajdu | Nightwalk

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by Marlene Hajdu

An Impressionistic soundscape for writers, yogis, massage therapists and dreamers, this debut CD of Marlene Hajdu's is both beautiful and strident, thoughtful and dreamy.
Genre: Classical: Impressionism
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1. The Prado
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2. Child #1
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3. Nightwalk
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4. Leonardo's Sketchbook
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5. Upon a Summer's Day
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6. Child #2
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7. Artichoke Waltz
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8. Child #3
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9. Gymnopedie #3
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10. A Prayer
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11. City Bliss
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Album Notes
Marlene Hajdu has worked as composer and orchestrator in Hollywood.
She composed music for the 74th Annual Oscar Awards for a special presentation given by the Kodak company, and her music for the documentary, "Marion's Triumph," won the 2004 Library Review award.

Her music for, "Monkey Love", the Indie film that won Best Digital
Feature Film at the Big Bear International Film Festival in 2003, is a
contemporary score with songs--'Fitting and appropriate,' writes
Variety of her music, after it's airing at the Seattle Film Fest.

She composed music for theater at the Power House Theater in Santa Monica, and at the Renegade Theater in the No Ho Arts District. Recent work with the Alliance Theater on The Hostage, garnered four LA Theater Alliance awards, four Ovation Award nominations, as well as being voted one of the top ten picks for theater in LA for 2003.

Marlene's early musical background includes playing piano, organ, sax, flute, and singing in the choir. She attended Bowling Green State University and studied music at the Dick Grove School of Music in Los Angeles with teachers like Allyn Ferguson and Claire Fisher. After receiving her degree in Arranging and Composition and then Film Music Composition, she continued studies with David Angel and Ron Gorow.

Ms. Hajdu has worked supporting many composers by proofreading, music prep and also orchestrating - Joan Chen's Xui Xui the Sent Down Girl, Ghostship, and Chicago Hope. John Williams, Randy Newman, Stewart Copeland and Conrad Pope are some of the composers she has worked for.

Marlene's concert works have been heard as part of the Pacific Composers' Forum concert series, and on Sundays at 4:00, a live radio broadcast from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She has premiered concert works at UCLA, Occidental College, Pasadena City College and the Brand Library Concert Hall with The Composers Group.

Hajdu is one of the founding artists of The No Ho Arts Festival, which is becoming one of LA's top arts and music festivals. She is a member of ASCAP and on the board of the American Society of Music Composers and Arrangers.


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New Woman Spirit

Beautiful, healing and fantastic first Cd!
If this is Marlene Hajdu's first CD, I can't wait to hear more. It fills me up because of the many moods it goes through and then I want to hear it again.
I love the intertwining pieces, some melodic, some
short, and some introspective. It really is classical but so healing as well.


Visual Music
Marlene provided music for our first film and was a major contributor to its success.The music was like another character. It helped to carry the viewer on an emotional wave through the film. You can feel that when you listen to Nightwalk.


I'm 24 and have a wide range of musical interests. The first tme I listened to NIGHTWALK I found myself dancing around my house. Each song on the album tells a story. It is a beautiful CD and I recomend making it a part of your collection.


WOW!!!WOW!!!WOW!!! Love and peace will surround you.
A Christmas gift that will keep on giving. The first time I listened it turned a rainy day into a fabulous day and wanted it not to end and so I replayed it three
more times and have listened almost every day for days. KUDOS Marlene.