José Luis Narom

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José Luis Narom in Madrid, 2005

José Luis Narom (a.k.a. José Luis Morán,[1][better source needed] born March 17, 1963 in Frankfurt, Germany)[2][3] is a Spanish composer. He has written the music for several Spanish films[1][4] by Eva Lesmes, Gabriel Beitia, David de la Torre, and Diego López Cotillo. He was awarded First Prize of Composition in 1997 for his work in Autonomous University of Madrid.[5]

Early life[edit]

José Luis Narom was born in 1963 in Frankfurt, Germany. His birth name is José Luis G. Morán.[1][better source needed]

Career[edit]

Narom and his wife, 2008

In 2002 Narom composed Eva Lesmes's[6][better source needed] music from film La Noche del Escorpión,[7] starring Micky Molina[8] (Miguel Molina).

In 2005 Narom composed original music and lyrics for The Musical Sancho Panza. Narom collaborated with his wife, lyricist and costume designer Inma González.[9] The play's music was created in the style of Broadway musicals, with full orchestrations.[10][better source needed]

In 2009 Narom scored the music for Carta de Francia, by Diego López Cotillo.[11][better source needed] The film received international awards[12][clarification needed] including those from International Film Festival KRAF (Croatia), Festival de Cinema de Girona (Spain), Festival Internacional Ojo al Sancocho (Colombia), Cortogenia (Spain).

In 2012 he composed the album Natura Heart.[13][better source needed] The musician presented and signed copies of his new album[14][better source needed] in Fnac, Madrid. March 8, 2013.[15][relevant? ]

Narom has composed a number of scores from films directed by David de la Torre,[16][better source needed] including El Atasco (2017), El Anillo (2015), Escúchame (2014). He composed music for the Fabrizio Santana[17][better source needed] films Jóvenes sin Libertad (2017) and Una Visita Inquietante (2015). Narom also scored the music for 21 with 40, directed by Gabriel Beitia and Susan Béjar.[18][better source needed]

Narom is member of the European Composer and Songwriter Alliance (ECSA).[19] In Spain he is a member of Musimagen (the association of audiovisual music composers)[20]

Personal life[edit]

His wife[4][better source needed] is Inma González, a lyricist and costume designer.[21][better source needed] His daughter[22][better source needed] is Laura Morán, an actress and singer.[23][better source needed]

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of works[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Narom at the Southern Shorts Awards Festival, 2017
Year Film
2017 El Atasco
Jóvenes sin Libertad
2015 El Anillo
Una Visita Inquietante
Princess Tales
2014 Escúchame
Por los Pelos
21 with 40
La Laguna del Rey
Segunda Oportunidad
2010 Memorias de Atracos
2009 Carta de Francia
Lejos de los Mortales
2009 Una Visita Inquietante
2002 La Noche del Escorpión

Musicals[edit]

Year Musical
2005 The Musical Sancho Panza
1998 Lysístrata[26]

Musicals for children[edit]

Year Musical
2017 El Príncipe Azul[27][28]
2016 Lost on Letterland[29][30]
2003 La Princesa Blancanube[31][32]
2002 Blancanieves y los siete enanitos[33][34]
La Doncella y el Pirata[35][36]
2001 La Bella Durmiente[37][38]
2000 El Mago de Oz[39][40]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c José Luis Morán on IMDb
  2. ^ Career path "Jose Luis Narom", JLN. Retrieved 12 February 2017
  3. ^ Producciones Arte y Ocio "Jose Luis Narom Biography", A&O. Retrieved 12 February 2017
  4. ^ a b José Luis Narom on IMDb
  5. ^ a b c d Diploma First Prize of Composition "Jose Luis Narom Win Prizes". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  6. ^ Eva Lesmes "Eva Lesmes". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  7. ^ Eva Lesmes "La Noche del Escorpión". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  8. ^ Miguel Molina "Micky Molina". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  9. ^ Inmaculada González - lyricist and costume designer
  10. ^ Orchestrations videos "José Luis Narom". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  11. ^ Diego López Cotillo on IMDb
  12. ^ Awards Carta de Francia "Awards Carta de Francia". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  13. ^ Videos José Luis Narom "Natura Heart". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  14. ^ Videos José Luis Narom "Natura Heart". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  15. ^ FNAC José Luis Narom "El País - Natura Heart". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  16. ^ David de la Torre on IMDb
  17. ^ Fabrizio Santana on IMDb
  18. ^ José Luis Narom "Jose Luis Narom 21 with 40". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  19. ^ ECSA "José Luis Narom". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  20. ^ Musimagen "José Luis Narom". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  21. ^ Inma González - The Musical Sancho Panza "The Musical Sancho Panza". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  22. ^ Guest artists Laura Morán "José Luis and Laura Morán". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  23. ^ Laura Morán "Laura Morán". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  24. ^ Award of merit in music "Jose Luis Narom - IMDb Southern Shorts Awards". Retrieved 9 november 2017
  25. ^ Awards IMDb Jose Luis Narom "Jose Luis Narom - IMDb". Retrieved 9 november 2017
  26. ^ Musical "Lysístrata". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  27. ^ Musical for children "El Príncipe Azul". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  28. ^ Musical for children "El Príncipe Azul". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  29. ^ Musical for children "Lost on Letterland". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  30. ^ Musical for children "Lost on Letterland". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  31. ^ Musical for children "La Princesa Blancanube". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  32. ^ Musical for children "La Princesa Blancanube". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  33. ^ Musical for children "Blancanieves y los siete enanitos". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  34. ^ Musical for children "Blancanieves y los siete enanitos". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  35. ^ Musical for children "La Doncella y el Pirata". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  36. ^ Musical for children "La Doncella y el Pirata". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  37. ^ Musical for children "La Bella Durmiente". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  38. ^ Musical for children "La Bella Durmiente". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  39. ^ Musical for children "El Mago de Oz". Retrieved 12 February 2017
  40. ^ Musical for children "El Mago de Oz". Retrieved 12 February 2017

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