Label: La-La Land Records - LLLCD 1216,WaterTower Music - LLLCD 1216 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Classical, Stage & Screen • Style: Score, Neo-Classical
Louis Febre  born June 21, is Trials - Mark Snow / Louis Febre - Smallville (Score From The Television Series) Mexican born composer, best known for his work on the television series Smallville. He also won an Emmy Award for his score to The Cape in Born in the city of Saltillo, MexicoFebre composed his first works for the piano at age 8 while studying piano at a private academy in Northern Mexico.
In Trials - Mark Snow / Louis Febre - Smallville (Score From The Television Series) , his family moved to Los Angeles where he continued his study of the piano under the tutelage of Robert Turner  and Francoise Regnat.
Febre went on to formal composition study with Lorraine Kimball  and Frank Campo. InFebre was employed by B-movie company PM Entertainment, where he discovered his true compositional passion: film scoring. Febre has enjoyed success with the movies SwimfanTower of Terror Disney and a set of Scooby-Doo straight-to-video movies in According to some critics, his score for Alien Trespass transcended the tepid reviews of the film itself.
InFebre collaborated with Steve Jablonsky on the first season of the hit television series Desperate Housewives. Febre is probably best known for his work on the hit television series Smallville. With the departure of Mark Snow from SmallvilleFebre became the credited composer in season seven.
His score reflected the maturation of the series' protagonist, Clark Kent : "as Clark grew emotionally and intellectually more complex, [he] found a need to comment musically on his growth, and as he drew closer to his Superman persona, it became obvious that a 'Superman' theme would be required. Febre maintains a prominent presence in the Smallville fan community. He is a featured personality on fan sites where he blogs about his process for composing for the show, and several fan magazines have published interviews with him Lost In Translation - The Unisex - Firesoul the subject of score composition for Smallville.
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