In five episodes, the documentary series discovers the indescribably diverse world of the Andes: untouched nature, exciting people and a fascinating animal world. The journey to find the right film music began early on during the shooting: At the composer's request, director Alexandra Hardorf used a mobile recording device to capture multi-faceted sounds and atmospheres at the original locations, which then found their place in the music. The composer Lucas Kochbeck uses strings, piano, acoustic guitar, percussions and analogue synthesizer sounds to create a varied film score that spans the episodes. A sound world, authentic and stirring, in which filigree atmospheres and powerful beats mix. The variations of the classical main themes, virtuosically interpreted with clarinets and flutes, radiate far beyond the mountain ranges of the Andes.
Bass clarinet, clarinet, flutes : Kimo Eiserbeck
Biography Lucas Kochbeck
Lucas Kochbeck lives and works in Hamburg.
Besides his work as a composer for film and advertising music, he is involved in numerous band and recording projects as a producer, drummer and percussionist.
His work as a composer includes music for TV documentaries such as "The Luther Code", "The 3rd Half", "Exupery", "Schabowski's Zettel", "Neo Rauch", "Kate", as well as the series "Tatort", "Großstadtrevier" or "Soko Leipzig".
Various TV Commercials for Nike, VW, Ferreo, McDonalds, Mercedes, Melitta, Audi, Sony Ericsson, MINI, Smart, ERCO, Mobilcom, BMW, among others.
Art Award "Kunst der weggeworfenen Dinge“ für den Bau eines Industrial Schlagzeugs.
Shocking Short Award winner 2007 for Memoryeffekt
Berlinale 2007 "Perspektive Deutsches Kino" for Memoryeffekt.
Golden Clio Award NYC, for the music to "Monkey" ,Client: German Animal Welfare Association
Golden Cannes Lion Award, for the music "Monkey" ,Client: German Animal Welfare Association.
Silver Eurobest Award, for the music to "Hidden Heroes", Client: HiCone.