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In Process Video – Mary Magdalene after Dolci (Original score by Leo Heiblum)

March 1, 2011

Chadwick and I were lucky enough to collaborate with musician and friend, Leo Heiblum.  He recently scored one of our time-lapse  process videos of Museum Anatomy.

I met Leo in NYC in 1994, when both of us were apprenticing for Philip Glass, (He was working with the musicians, and I was working in production). We were the youngest on the crew for the production of  La Belle et la Bête (Beauty and the Beast), and became fast friends.  As I moved on to Berkeley to work with Chadwick, Leo went on tour with the crew throughout Europe (We met up for a briefly when the production came to Berkeley for a night).  It brings me great happiness to finally have found an opportunity to collaborate with Leo after all these years.  He’s brilliant!     I hope you enjoy the video and music as much as we do.          – Spector

A Little About Leonardo Heiblum:

Born and currently based in Mexico City, Leonardo Heiblum has made music all his life.

He has made his career in writing and producing music for all visual disciplines, in particular films.

First in his hometown and later in Argentina, US and India, he studied composition, piano, tabla, traditional music from different parts of the world and recording engineering.

Amongst his most recognized works are the score for the movie Maria Full of Grace and the score for the Sundance award-winning documentary In The Pit.

He won the Mexican Ariel for best original music together with his partner Jacobo Lieberman for the movie Desierto Adentro.

Today he owns with Jacobo, Audioflot, a music studio in Mexico City and he plays Tabla and Jarana in several music projects like Los Shajatos, Pare de Sufrir and Wako Texas.

He is involved with the rescue and preservation of traditional music, in particular Son Jarocho, producing recordings and concerts with traditional musicians.

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