17287 plays, 169 songs on radio, from Israel

Inon Zur composes and produces award-winning dramatic orchestral music for film, television and interactive media. Utilizing synthesizers and samples to conjure the emotion and power of a live symphony orchestra, Zur writes pulsating original scores with the highest production values, equal in quality to blockbuster movie scores, but at far less fixed and residual cost. Zur's expertise not only allows him to create scores that sound like an 80-piece orchestra but producing the music in this fashion gives directors the opportunity to make last minute changes in their soundtracks. Zur also brings extensive experience conducting and recording live orchestra, including the Seattle Symphony, Salt Lake City Symphony and Tel Aviv Symphony, as well as recording world-class players at Fox Family Music Studios in LA and the Eblana Chamber Choir in Dublin, Ireland.

Inon Zur began his professional composing career with the award-winning independent film Yellow Lotus, directed by Sundance Film Festival winner Tony Bui (3 Seasons), and spent over six years writing music for a host of Fox TV television series and feature films. He is a recipient of the International Monitor Award for the original mini series D. A. V. I. D. and his music for the popular live action show Power Rangers Turbo (Fox Kids) was recognized at the Telly Awards for Best Score.

Official site: inonzur.com
Download: inonzur.com/music.html


heroic665 4 January, 2007 at 03:21 1

I liked the one song we have from Icewind Dale II, but CoN didn't impress me so much.

Jiktori 22 April, 2007 at 16:37 1

Having listened to the rest of his Icewind Dale II soundtrack, I think he is a talented composer, capable of making unique and unforgettable tracks.

The Rohir 29 August, 2007 at 19:37 1

He's a competent composer, for sure.


Ilithyia 13 January, 2013 at 04:11 1

Love the Dragon Age Soundtrack. ♥

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Elven Phoenix Hendumaica 23 October, 2013 at 20:57 1

Overall, this composer already achieved a great balance among music elements, waiting to hear more... and more steps further! Something shocking please. :)