Pfeifer Broz. Music
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Pfeifer Broz. Music was a musical consultant and production team (Jeffrey & Robert Pfeifer), similar to Immediate Music, and others who develop and exclusively distributes high-end trailer music. According to the SoundtrackNet Profile of the enterprise, Pfeifer Broz. Music has provided music for the trailers of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, 2012, Alice in Wonderland, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Transformers, Casino Royale, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Salt, Blood Diamond, Underworld, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and an orchestral version of the theme song to the 2008 Sex and the City: The Movie.
Pfeifer Broz. Music was directly marketed for the motion picture company and was not sold to the general public. They are located, as with many of the other trailer music production companies, in Southern California.
They are known for their loud and powerful orchestral and choral tracks, but they have some less famous albums, which contain rock and country.
Rob died in 2009 and Pfeifer Broz. Music ended. But Jeffrey Pfeifer has a new project with Evan Frankfort. Together they founded the PF Music Group and also create music for advertising.
- Down the World: Mervil's Ambition (1994 Japan-exclusive video game released for the Super Famicom)
- SOLD OUT (ending movie) (1997 Japan-exclusive video game released for the PlayStation)
- Trailer music
- E.S. Posthumus
- Groove Worx
- Immediate Music
- Two Steps From Hell
- X-Ray Dog
Notes and references
- Jeff Pfeifer and Rob Pfeifer were the music composers
- Musical Score by Jeff Pfeifer and Rob Pfeifer
- SOLD OUT at The Playstation Datacenter
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