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    Tim Booth - 2006 Indie 2006 Film Scoring Competition Winner

    I am pleased to announce that Tim Booth is this year's Film Scoring Competition Winner at the Indie Gathering.

    Tim Booth has been on the Canadian music scene for 30 years, performing with a wide-array of groups in the Montreal and Toronto areas. He has played with orchestras including the Orchestra London, the Hamilton Symphony Orchestra, Montréal Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Orchestra, and l'Opéra de Montréal, The National Ballet Orchestra, The Canadian Opera Company Orchestra, Sherbrooke Symphony, Windsor Symphony, Amadeus Choir, Intrada Brass and many other diverse ensembles! Tim has also performed with a series of stars including Aretha Franklin, George Burns, Placido Domingo, José Carreras, Lucianno Pavarotti and John Pizzarelli and progressive rock group Yes.

    Tim is a low brass specialist too! (this forum seems to attract them ) He plays Bass Trombone, Tenor Trombone, Euphonium or Baritone and Tuba.

    As a prize Tim has received a copy of Garritan Personal Orchestra

    Congratulations to Tim! The world has a new award-winnig film scorer!

    Gary Garritan

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    Congratulations Tim Booth! What an impressive list of accomplishment...and I was a Yes fan in my younger days, i think they were the second rock concert i attended.

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    Congratulations, Tim. This is a milestone in your music career. Your talent has been recognized and now we all wish you many future successes in your chosen musical field.

    You must be on "cloud nine" at this point. Enjoy it, Tim--you worked for it...................

    Jack
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    Re: Tim Booth - 2006 Indie 2006 Film Scoring Competition Winner

    Congratulations! Nothing quite beats the feeling of winning a big music competition! I remember it well.... ...aahhhh...

    Good job! Enjoy your prize!
    "AAAAUUUUGGHHHHHHH!!!!!!" -- Charlie Brown

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    Re: Tim Booth - 2006 Indie 2006 Film Scoring Competition Winner

    Thanks you all for your kind words!
    I hope this leads to bigger and better things!
    Tim Booth

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    Re: Tim Booth - 2006 Indie 2006 Film Scoring Competition Winner

    Check out my website if you want to see the trailer its on the third page!
    There is some other stuff there as well my demo reel etc.
    www.timothyboothmusic.com
    Thanks
    Tim Booth

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    Congratulations, Tim!

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Re: Tim Booth - 2006 Indie 2006 Film Scoring Competition Winner

    Outstanding Tim! Good Work!
    [Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
    "Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong

    Rich

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    Re: Tim Booth - 2006 Indie 2006 Film Scoring Competition Winner

    Congratulations, Tim. Out of curiosity, was this the Indie Gathering Competetion in Cleveland last month? If so, I had a couple of film scores in there too. Cool! Congratulations once again. I'm definately going to check out the trailer when I get home from work.


    Have a good day,
    Jonathon Cox(ASCAP)
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    "The trouble with music appreciation in general is that people are taught to have too much respect for music they should be taught to love it instead." - Igor Stravinsky

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