Faulconer, Bruce

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Bruce Faulconer


Born: September 10, 1951

Country: Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.

Studies: University of Texas (B.M.1972, M.M.1974, D.M.A.1978)

Teachers: Hunter Johnson, Karl Korte, Eugene Kurtz

Bruce Faulconer is an award winning American composer who writes music for orchestra, chamber ensembles, piano, and various instrumental, and choral music groups. Faulconer recently composed, performed, and recorded the music for the feature film, Bystander Theory in 2013. He is currently working on the feature film score for War and Honor. Faulconer also writes music for feature films and television series including the anime Dragon Ball Z, that has aired on Cartoon Network, it received ratings as the Nielsen Number One Rated show in Children's Programming for Cable TV (awarded 3 times, awarded from 2001-2003), see Nielsen Company. Faulconer's Dragon Ball Z music aired on the Cartoon Network version of the series from 1999 to 2008. He is the owner and founder of Faulconer Productions, and CakeMix Recording studio.[1]

Works for Percussion

Music for Saxophone and Percussion - Percussion Duo; Tenor Saxophone