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David McCormack Wins APRA Screen Music Awards For Redfern Now

by Paul Cashmere on December 9, 2013

in News,Noise Pro

David McCormack of Custard has won two APRA Screen Music Award for his music from episode 4 of Redfern Now.

McCormack won two awards at the APRA Screen Music Awards announced in Sydney on Monday night.

David McCormack is part owner of Solar Music and has written scores for Wild Boys, Blood Brothers and House Husbands.

In Custard McCormack had hit albums with ‘We Have The Technology’ and ‘Loverama’ and hit songs with ‘Music Is Crap’ and ‘Girls Like That (Don’t Go For Guys Like Us)’.

McCormack and composer Antony Parton won for Redfern Now for Best Music for a Television Series or Serial and Best Original Song Composed for the Screen.

2013 Screen Music Awards Winners

International Achievement Award
John Polson

Feature Film Score of the Year
Title The Rocket
Composed by Caitlin Yeo

Best Television Theme
Title The Doctor Blake Mysteries
Composed by Dale Cornelius
Published by Native Tongue Music Publishing

Best Music for a Television Series or Serial
Title Redfern Now – Episode 4: Stand Up
Composed by David McCormack / Antony Partos
Published by Sonar Music Pty Ltd

Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie
Title The Mystery of a Hansom Cab
Composed by Cezary Skubiszewski
Published by Burberry Productions

Best Music for a Documentary
Title The A-Z of Contemporary Art
Composed by Michael Lira
Published by Sonar Music Pty Ltd

Best Music for a Short Film
Composed by Jonathan Dreyfus
Best Soundtrack Album
Title Black Water
Composed by Rafael May

Best Original Song Composed for the Screen
Title Lonely Child from Redfern Now
Composed by David McCormack / Antony Partos
Published by Sonar Music Pty Ltd

Best Music for Children’s Television
Title Flea Bitten
Composed by Christopher Elves
Published by Moody Street Kids Pty Ltd

Best Music for an Advertisement
Title Shibui Hands
Composed by Erin McKimm
Most Performed Screen Composer – Australia
Composer Jay Stewart

Most Performed Screen Composer – Overseas
Composer Neil Sutherland

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