The Glass Menagerie

by Jon Fredette - Sound Design

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Score for The Bartlett Theatre's inaugural production of The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, directed by Jonathan Bohan Brady.

The composition is broken into three main themes: A theme for music cues within Act 1 scenes, B theme for music cues within Act 2 scenes, and M theme for transitional sequences throughout the whole play.

All themes build upon each other as the play goes on, so A1 is less complex than A5, and M6 is more complex than M3. This is to give the feel of a story fleshing out and coming together as it is told. Think of it like a memory becoming more clear as the play develops.

All three themes were composed to be interchangeable (same tempo, same key), so the final music cue that plays could use elements from all three themes: A,B, and M.

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released November 28, 2015

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Jon Fredette - Sound Design Los Angeles, California

I am a freelance composer for theatre and film and this is an archive of my music compositions and side projects.

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