Dragon Amnesty: New Music by Bruce Faulconer
Aug. 10, 2020 — DALLAS — Bruce Faulconer's music for Dragonball Z premiered in 1999, and fans across the world are still remembering its incredible influence in entertainment, for both anime and music. Now, in 2020, Dragonball Z American composer Bruce Faulconer continues his legacy with his latest release; Dragon Amnesty.
The music will be rich in mystery and intrigue, and you'll be energized with hard driving action, set in a compelling expansive soundscape. With elements of rock, orchestral and electronic music and themes of fantasy and sci-fi, you'll be on the edge as you experience the performance.
Dragon Amnesty has a Kickstarter page, with the official launch date 8:00am, August 19th, 2020! Bruce Faulconer, is dedicating this new music to his DBZ fans around the world.
Bruce Faulconer will also be holding a Zoom meeting as a prelaunch promo, to discuss Dragon Amnesty and have a Q&A with his fans afterward on Aug. 18th.
Bruce Faulconer Biography
Bruce Faulconer is a veteran film and television composer recognized internationally and has received over 100 awards for his film and advertising music. He composed the music for one of the most popular anime series of all time, DragonBall Z. His nine American Soundtracks from Dragonball Z continue to bring him popularity, accolades and admiration for his music.
He received advanced musical training in composition at The University of Texas with composers Hunter Johnson, Karl Korte, Joseph Schwantner, and Eugene Kurtz. While studying at The University of Texas at Austin, he was awarded a Bachelor of Music Degree with High Honors in Theory and Composition, a Master of Music Degree in Composition, and a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Composition. He has also received two Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowships from the Ohio State University as a composer in residence. Bruce composes, performs, and records at Cakemix Recording Studio, a full service audio post production house and recording studio, located in North Dallas.
He recently completed twelve songs for A Little Spark, included in a new audiobook, an interactive children's book, and animated feature film in development.
He resides in Dallas with his wife Lisa and is the father of two sons.
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