Howard B. Richman’s music is a welcome return to beautiful, timeless melodies reminiscent of film composers and TV composers Henry Mancini, Nino Rota and Michel Legrand. (Think back to these classics: “Moon River” from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “The Godfather” and “Summer of ‘42.”) There is someone writing this kind of melodic music in the 21st Century! His name is Howard B. Richman. His memorable, haunting music captures the mood and brings it to life.
Attention Filmmakers: Music for Your Next Film!
The film composers’ themes below are available for your consideration or I will create new original music to suit your needs. Generic temporary titles were chosen to assist with your placement. The piano solo tracks can be arranged for orchestra.
- Film Music
- TV Music
- Webisode Music
- Web Series Music
- Commerical Music
See also: film & TV composers, orchestrators, theme music, movie themes, film scoring, compositions, film & TV music, orchestrators, film scores, film and TV music, movie music, theme songs, film music, lyrical themes.
This music is copyrighted and is not yet available for sale, as it is reserved for use in film, TV or commercials. Filmmakers, producers, directors, music supervisors, music editors, or anyone else who is looking for quality music for their projects are FREE TO USE this music in temp tracks only. DO NOT use this music in the final cut of your film without agreement from Howard B. Richman!!!
New Age Music.
Emotions in Music
It’s not every day that you have the DOUBLE honor of having your song performed by Skating champion, Kimmie Meissner and Queen of Popera singer, Romina Arena. December 18, 2016 ABC’s Holiday Movie Skating Spectacular 2016. Every Day is Christmas Day, Composed by Romina Arena and Howard B. Richman. (at 1:01.33)
(ABC seems to have deactivated the video, unfortunately, but you can hear the music immediately below.)
Al and Leo Global Warming PSA
Music by Howard B. Richman
Produced and written by Cory Slater
Animation by Tom Hester
Wedding Music Composed for Friends 9-16-1984
Processional, Bridal Theme, Recessional.
Disclaimer: Wow, it is very hard for a pianist to play harpsichord. Also, of course, I had to write the processional in 5/4. There are a few mistakes!