I'd like to thank you for the wonderful work you did scoring Hopeville. Despite the constraints of time, budget and distance, the process was nonetheless a fruitful one. You were able to interpret my brief with immense subtlety and intuition, creating a nuanced score that worked very well. Thank you for all the hard work and tireless commitment.
John Trengove, director of “Hopeville”
The soul of Felix and its emotional impact is evident in the superb music score by Murray Anderson. It's music you will definitely remember and a soundtrack worth investing in.
Daniel Dercksen, BizCommunity review of “Felix”
I have received nothing but glowing compliments on the score from a diverse audience and I can say without reservation that I am delighted with the work achieved. Working with Murray was, simply put, nothing but a pleasure. He was quick to understand the brief, always ready and able to inject his own creativity into executing it.
Throughout the months we worked together, Milestone achieved every significant deadline, and were extremely flexible when, on occasion, the production was forced to revise targets and shift goalposts. Murray is a brilliant composer, who has excellent performance skills and the necessary technical acumen required to execute the job at hand with grace and panache and minimal fuss.
Tim Greene, director of “A Boy Called Twist”
The music you composed and produced is not only beautiful, but sensitively appropriate and helps to achieve the authenticity that has been my aim in making this film. I was also extremely impressed with your professionalism at all stages of the process. It has been a joy and a pleasure being in your company and working with you side by side.
John Boorman, director of "In My Country"
Together with the CBC Documentary Unit, I want to specifically thank you for the truly exceptional job you did on “Madiba: The Life and Times of Nelson Mandela”. In a matter of a few weeks, you managed to put together one of the finest documentary scores we’ve had here.
Not only were you able to assemble distinguished musical talents at short notice, to alter and amend according to the needs of a changing documentary structure, but you were able to transmit takes through cyberspace to our Toronto edit suit with amazing speed, accuracy and sound quality.
Robin Benger, director of “Madiba: The Life and Times of Nelson Mandela”
Even though we are based in Denmark and Murray has been working from Cape Town, we have found it very easy to communicate and work on the music together. All pieces have precisely expressed the feeling and atmosphere intended for the sequences.
Mette Heide, Executive producer Plus Pictures, Denmark