BMG Production Music (BMGPM), the production music company servicing the film, broadcast, games and advertising industries has announced its label collaboration, Luminary Scores, with renowned composer Alan Lazar.
Hosted across some 60 albums over the next year, the series features an exclusive premium collection of production music from a roster of A-list film and television composers, curated by Lazar.
Focussed on the interaction of music in visuals, Luminary Scores makes available works crafted by active composers at the top of their game, many of whom are recipients of Emmy, Grammy and BAFTA award wins and nominations, including Lazar, Nathan Barr, Jeff Cardoni, Sherri Chung, Ben Decter, Matt Koskenmaki, Richard Marvin, Tony Morales, Blake Neely, Nicholas Pike and Edward Rogers.
Lazar has crafted a number of the most well-known and loved soundscapes within modern film and TV, including Emmy-nominated An American Crime and Sex and the City, the Real Housewives franchise, plus many more.
He recently completed his third Netflix film, global No.1 hit Princess Switch: Switched Again, that followed Holiday In The Wild and The Most Hated Woman In America, plus popular BBC and National Geographic shows Natural World and Swamp of the Baboons.
The Luminary Scores series is arranged by theme so that editors can quickly and easily find the best and most relevant music for their projects.
The first 15 titles now live on the BMGPM site include Spy Dramedy, Hi Jinks and Heists, Showdown Swagger and Wonderful World.