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Travis Grubissi is a young, self-taught composer. Since he is a self-taught composer, he generally does not compose in any specific style, but rather, his writing is a combination of different styles and writings he has listened to and studied.
Styles and Influences
"I have been influenced by countless composers and songwriters that I have listened to. In each of my works, you'll hear an outside influence. But, above all, the composer who remains the most influential is John Williams." -Travis Grubissi
Travis' style is his own that he has developed through continued practice in the craft of writing music. His noted period influences include: Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionist, 20th Century, Minimalism, and Film Scores. The composer that have influenced him include: Vivaldi, Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Debussy, Stravinsky, John Adams, John Williams, Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, James Newton Howard, and James Horner.
Current works in progress from the composer include: -An arrangement of "Battle Hymn of the Republic". -An arrangement of "The Arrival of the Queen of Sheeba". -A development of a Twelve-Tone melody. -An untitled work set primarily in the metre of 7/8. -An untiled concert work.
Completed works from the composer include: -A CD entitled "Variations on Emotion" in which eleven separate emotions are depicted through music. -Various concert works, such as: The Land of the Strong and Free, When the Winter Comes, The World to Me. -Many Film inspired cues, like: The Borg, TNT Theme (For CRSS), Star Trek: Holo-Federation Theme, and various battle cues, love themes and main themes.