"Lilith" - Final Scene / End Credits

This is the score to the final scene and end credit sequence of a short film created for the 48 Hours film competition in 2009. As the name suggests, the work was produced within a 48-hour time period, with all composition work being undertaken on the first day.

The short film "Lilith", which was assigned the "Romance" genre, makes a statement about seeking perfection in a romantic partner. A scientist fine-tunes the behaviour of his android companion (the title character), though becomes increasingly frustrated at the failed results of the conversational simulations. This final scene takes place after he has ultimately rejected Lilith, when 'she' awakens and reunites herself with him.

More details about my involvement in this competition are in this article: Accelerating the Creative Process.

Licence: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)


Electric Piano;
Strings: Violin Ensemble;

Bottle Blow, Synth Whistle, Calliope Lead,
Sawtooth Lead (lead solo),
Synth Strings, Analogue String Pad,
Bass (Square Wave)