Award-Winning Composer and Music Editor of “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” Releases Original Score Compilation Album

Music for the Screen Vol. 1: Leo Pfeifer Films

LOS ANGELES —Film and TV composer Shie Rozow, whose music editing credits include “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Wu-Tang: An American Saga,” and “Shawn Mendes: In Wonder,” will release a compilation album on Friday, August 19 featuring original music written for four
Telly Award-winning short documentaries.

The album titled “Music for the Screen Vol. 1,” is a compilation of original scores to four short documentaries by filmmaker Leo Pfeifer. The scores to the shorts “Lost Time,” “One Day You’ll Go Blind,” and “Body Language: Bill Shannon” have all won Telly Awards. The fourth film, “Haven in the Booth” won the Gold Telly Award for Pfeifer.

Each film tells a compelling, unique and inspirational story of overcoming incredible obstacles. “Lost Time” tells the story of a professional drummer who lost the ability to play professionally after suffering a stroke, but eventually found joy in playing for himself. “One Day You’ll Go Blind”
follows a competitive skateboarder who relearned how to skate after losing his eyesight and now teaches other blind people how to ride skateboards. “Body Language: Bill Shannon” focuses on Bill Shannon, who performs unique interpretive dance incorporating his crutches; and “Haven in the Booth” features a former drug addict who became a social worker and
created a music program for at-risk youths to build a future for themselves.

Stand-out tracks from the album include “Can’t Keep the Beat” from the short “Lost Time” and “Lose Your Eyesight” featuring renown violinist Lisa Liu who has recorded on more than 200 film and TV soundtracks including “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” “A Star is Born,” “Toy Story 4,” “Star Trek: Discovery,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Family Guy,” “The Umbrella Academy” and “Empire.”

The album will be available to stream on all major music streaming platforms starting August 19 and is the first of two volumes of original music Rozow has announced to release in 2022. The second volume contains his own interpretation of the score for SyFy’s hit series Resident Alien and will be available on August 26.

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