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Don just finished a beautifully poignant
score for "CANE AND ABLE" for Carol Fleisher
of fleisherfilm.

The film was funded by Esperanza to bring to
light the plight of the workers in the cane fields
of the Dominican Republican.

After the film is viewed by the members of
the World Bank it will find its home on PBS.
We'll keep you informed of the air date.

Don's score featured David Cullen on guitar.
 
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Don's career as a professional composer ranges from scoring film and television documentaries, to writing main title themes - from creating original music and special material for DVD animation, to composing and music directing the scores for live stage shows, which includes conducting the London Symphony Orchestra.

Here are some of Don's favorite compositions. Enjoy!


BLANKIE | A little girl's search for her
blankie. Theme for Environmental Film Fest.

OUR LOVE WILL NEVER END | Set in today's troubled world, this duet won First Place in the Unisong Internat'l Song Contest

SPRITE BALLET | Written for EFX,
conducting the London Symphony

DOLPHINS | Sleek, graceful, powerful
and playful. For animal documentary,
Power of Play

WIDE OPEN | The triumph and defeat of top-level High School football competition

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN | Defense technology, missiles, & all their implications

LIBRARY OF DEATH | Mummies & ancient skulls. For Discovery's documentary series, The Iceman

BUILDING RUSHMORE | Presidential
faces emerge from the mountainside

MASTER SPY |
From PBS documentary, SpyCatchers

OBSTACLE COURSE | Animation score
for Virtual Alice In Wonderland

GERDA | A Holocaust survivor goes on
to make something beautiful of her life.
For Survival Stories

WRITERS GUILD AWARDS |
Awards show main theme

VINTAGE TRACK: 1966
THE CHILDREN OF ST. MONICA
|
Don Grady & The Windupwatch Band
· #132 on the Billboard Singles Chart
· #3 in the northwest, ahead of
The Beach Boys (Good Vibrations, #5),
Frank Sinatra (That's Life, #11),
Stevie Wonder (#20) & Elvis Presley (#38)
[Source: KOL Radio 
| Week of Dec. 7?14, 1966]
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