The MONDRAGON soundtrack is now being heard at the Donostia home of the Euskadiko Orkestra, the Basque National Orchestra, where all the groups of instruments are recording their respective parts
During the month of September, all of the instrument families of the Basque National Orchestra (EO) have been in and out of their recording studio: woodwinds, brass, strings and percussion. (Photos are of the string session.) All of the sessions took place under the baton of Fernando Velázquez, composer of MONDRAGON’s soundtrack.
Its composer says, “an orchestra is a tool to make music that is classical or modern, boring or entertaining, sad or happy… and the language used in the MONDRAGON soundtrack is one everyone can understand. It’s contemporary, modern music.”