The Great Human Odyssey Darren Fung
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- 1Something Remarkable03:15
- 2Birth Of Humanity01:20
- 3Modern Humans02:27
- 4Reindeer Rodeo01:42
- 5Into Europe03:00
- 6Hunters And Gatherers01:51
- 7Incredible Feats, Incredible Patience01:33
- 8The Kelp Forest03:16
- 9Humans Underwater06:09
- 10On The Move01:19
- 11The Wise, The Evolved04:59
- 12Tawi Tawi03:32
- 13Parched Waste01:34
- 14Evolution Of Adaptability03:22
- 15Before Columbus01:50
- 16The Road Less Travelled02:16
- 17Remarkable Adaptations01:35
- 18Dawn Of Symbolic Thought03:32
- 19The Hokule'a Sets Sail01:54
- 20Jebel Faya01:48
- 21Boys Become Men02:59
- 22The Art Of Sailing01:49
- 23Last Days Of June01:03
- 24Doorway To The Pacific03:05
- 25Homo Sapiens02:47
Info for The Great Human Odyssey
The soundtrack to The Great Human Odyssey, composed and conducted by Darren Fung. The three-part CBC/PBS series and interactive web documentary explores the unlikely survival and the miraculous emergence of homo sapiens as the world’s only global species.
“When Niobe Thompson [Director] first approached me about composing the score for THE GREAT HUMAN ODYSSEY, I have to admit, I was skeptical,” said Fung. “But when he showed me some of the rushes from his shoots in Siberia, my jaw hit the ground. Niobe’s passion for sharing science is contagious, and it leaves the bigger question, how do you score a science documentary? Luckily, Niobe is equally passionate about telling a great story. I soon understood — they needed a score that would match the grandeur of the picture.”
is a Canadian composer, currently residing in Los Angeles. A graduate of McGill University, Darren recreated Canada’s second national anthem, the beloved Hockey Theme, for CTV and TSN. His work on Bell Canada’s Orchestra spot, run during the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, was voted as Canada’s top commercial by readers of The Globe and Mail. His critically acclaimed work on the mini-series Lost Years garnered him a 2012 Canadian Screen Award nomination. His feature and short film scores have been heard at prestigious film festivals around the world, including Toronto, Cannes, and Sundance. Darren currently serves as the Second Vice President of the Screen Composers Guild of Canada, and acts as a Program Advisor for the Canadian Film Centre’s Slaight Music Residency.
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