The Teller's Tale

by Alan Williams

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Connecticut, 1910: The Teller's Tale follows 11-year-old Will, a young boy desperate to win the coveted lucky Rabbit's Foot, a treasure held by his friend and neighbor, John Robin. Through a slanted game of trade, Will eagerly endeavors to win this prize of all prizes by delivering an incredible story to John Robin. If Will succeeds, he wins the Rabbit's Foot. If he fails, Will must give John Robin a marble. Through several feeble attempts to imitate the elaborate, epic tales told nightly by his father, Ben, Will's collection of marbles quickly diminishes. It becomes a race against time for Will to discover his extraordinary story before running out of marbles and his chance at winning the lucky Rabbit's Foot.

Winner 2010 Accolade Award of Excellence Best Original Score

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released June 25, 2009

Music Composed and Conducted by Alan Williams
Produced by Alan Williams
Orchestrated by Alan Williams
Recorded and Mixed by Scott Cochran
Recorded at Martin Sound, and Silverscreen Studios
Mixed at Ground Control and Silverscreen Studios
Label: Silverscreen Music SMCD026

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Alan Williams Los Angeles, California

Alan Williams is an award-winning composer and conductor with more than 100 motion picture and television credits.

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