Stephen Dubois | The Frost Sessions

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The Frost Sessions

by Stephen Dubois

An ambient space music journey through the constellations of winter and the mysteries of solar eclipses.
Genre: New Age: Space
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1. Logos/Opening Titles
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2. Video Game Music
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3. From Behind the Woodpile
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4. Mister Frost's Theme
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5. Cloud Moving
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6. Guided Tour of the Heavens
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7. Red Giants
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8. Auriga
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9. The Brightest Stars
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10. Sirius: the Dog Star
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11. Drift
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12. Clockwork of the Heavens
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13. Orion
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14. The Stellar Key
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15. 88 Keys/88 Constellations
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16. Gemini: the Twins
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17. The Pleiades
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18. Changing Direction
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19. Asterisms
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20. Precession
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21. Mister Frost Vanishes: Finale
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22. Opening Fanfare
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23. Myths and Legends
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24. Into the Shadow
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25. Diamond Ring Effect
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26. The Solar Corona
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27. July 11, 1991
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28. Safe Eclipse Viewing
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29. Finale
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30. The 12 Full Moons
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Back in the late 1980's, Paul Krupinski founded Ancient Eyes Productions in order to market an original planetarium program entitled "From Ancient Eyes to the Age of Discovery" - a production he directed at the Whitworth Ferguson Planetarium in 1988. After the subsequent success of that show, Paul set out on marketing a second show: Mister Frost and the Skies of Winter. Ancient Eyes Productions invested in a lot of equipment in order to become a competitive and viable production company - this included the purchase of a state-of-the-art synthesizer/workstation and multi-track digital recording devices in 1995. Paul brought me on to compose an original music score for the show and all those pieces are included here on this album and available for the first time in nearly 20 years. This soundtrack has always had a special place in my heart - it was my first professional scoring job and countless hours were spent experimenting and recording. Although I composed and played the music, Paul was present at nearly every session acting as both producer and recording technician. Over the course of several months (and untold cups of coffee) the score was completed. The show was marketed and sold 18 copies throughout North America along with one International sale. It was a fun program about two children (a scholarly teenage girl, named Alison, and her video game-obsessed little brother, Michael) who meet the lively spirit of Winter, Mister Frost, while gathering firewood outside during a power outage. After using his magic to blow away the winter clouds, the children are given a guided tour of the heavens. By the end, Michael realizes that there are many things to see and experience beyond his myopic view of the video game world and Allison reaffirms how much fun it is to look up and discover. Our next project was to market "Eclipse: Into the Shadow." This was to become the show that never was. "Eclipse" had a great script by Paul Krupinski, exceptional narration by Thomas McCray and James Orgren and a complex musical score that I was very proud of creating. We had everything recorded, mixed and ready to visualize. Then "it" happened. Faster than we could have even imagined or predicted...the end was near. Almost overnight, slide film, slides and carousel slide projectors were obsolete. Everything went digital and the show was doomed. We did not have the equipment or finances to do this program any other way but as a slide show kit. So, after a year of production, the whole project was shelved. That was 1998-1999. So this score for "Eclipse: Into the Shadow" is included as well. This CD contains all the music from both the Frost and Eclipse Sessions. All titles were composed and recorded between 1995 and 1998. I hope you enjoy this early and nostalgic collection....and, who knows, maybe some day Eclipse will be produced by a modern method and it can finally re-emerge from behind the moon.


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