Film maker Martin Lubich has given permission to FilmScore.club members to practice film scoring with his hauntingly beautiful film “Ara’s Tale”. This unforgettable story appeals to all ages, and is a favorite with audiences.
This film is perfect for film scoring practice, because the film maker is providing some invaluable files to help understand the film and also the details of scoring such a film.
Here are the special files sent to us so generously by Martin Lubich:
- The first file is the entire film with sound effects, but no music. This is the version you should download if you are writing a new score for “Ara’s Tale”:
Aras Tale Sound Effects No Music
- The second file is Martin’s overview of the story, the atmosphere, and the behind-the-scenes background. These are the kind of notes that composers might get from the film maker when they begin a new scoring project:
- The third special file is an invaluable file that all film composers would find interesting: a cue sheet that Martin prepared for his sound and music folks, full of insight and suggestions:
Aras_Tale_Sound_Music_Development.pdfHere is the film, complete with its original score. “Ara’s Tale” is an enchanting film, with great opportunities for scoring practice!
Ara’s Tale – by Martin Lubich – Tyrol/Austria
Ara, from Ara’s Tale