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aadne.lyngstad.nilsen@gmail.com


client: Play Filmgruppe
Product name: - Arqebus
client's website: http://playfilmgroup.wixsite.com/minside

client: Michael R Productions
Product name: - Den Dagen
client's website: https://www.imdb.com/search/title/?companies=co0655628

client: Perdurabo Productions
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client: Tyrant Films
Product name: - A Most Savage Beast
client's website: https://www.tyrantfilms.no/single-post/2020/02/25/A-Most-Savage-Beast-Wins-Best-Original-Score

client: Emme Produzioni
Product name: - Anno Domini
client's website: http://dziumasoundtrack.com
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Mail: aadne.lyngstad.nilsen (at) gmail.com

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Dziuma is founded and run by norwegian composer Ådne Lyngstad Nilsen. He has a bachelor's degree in musicology from the university of Oslo, and started his career playing in several different rock and metal bands. When presented with the opportunity to write the music for a musical in early 2009 he jumped at the idea. Ådne quickly realized how music shapes the whole experience of a scene, and all the ways music can look both forward and backwards in the plot while still underlining the present. This set him on a path towards making music for movies, commercials and video games and it expanded his musical horizon to a point where mixing genres like norwegian folk music and Ennio Morricone-style western didn't seem like a daunting tas



Ådne has since then worked with Gimpvilles Alf Martin Løvvold  for a trailer called "Dawn of the... stuff" that made headlines in VFX-magazines worldwide, and more than ten million views with YouTube and Vimeo combined. He has worked with Fristad film on award winning LGBT short-film "Alex (Alexa)" and did his first feature length film titled "Arquebus: Fagert er Landet" in 2017. Awarded "Best original score" at North European international film festival (2020) for the short film "A Most Savage Beast".