by Leon Lindon
I forgot I had written a small soundtrack for a clip of the German film Metropolis for school some time ago. We were told to imitate the styles of two of the composers we had studied, so I chose Philip Glass and Claude Debussy. I mimicked Philip Glass in the inclusion of repetitive arpeggiated chord structures with a lyrical melody atop them. Claude Debussy was imitated in the inclusion of planed chords, modal notes, and soft dynamics.
(Note: I used the video clip strictly for educational purposes under the principle known as fair usage. The original copyright holders retain the rights to it and I do not intend to infringe upon them. However, the music is my own and I reserve all rights to it).