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From the Film Score In Reverse Series

A high definition interactive video enhancement for The Spanish Trail Suite

The Old Spanish Trail became the fifteenth national historic trail when Congress adopted S. 1946 in November and President George W. Bush signed the bill early in December 2002.

Steven Sharp NelsonSteven Sharp Nelson began developing musical talents at a very early age. His first composition, for percussion ensemble, was written before he could even read music. His skills and interests are rooted in the Steven's ability and style stretch across all genres of music—most aptly in classical, cultural, folk, and improvisational music. cello, voice, guitar, and percussion.

He has written many pieces for a variety of instruments, and is most acclaimed for his works written for string orchestra and chorale. Among these works are “Farewell,” a piece written at age 15 performed by the Utah Symphony, and “Supplication,” an a cappella piece written for the memory of the victims of 9/11. Steven is no stranger to the stage and is also sought after by recording studios. He often performs improvisational cello with several independent artists and he has recorded on nearly 100 different albums. He was deemed “the best cellist in Utah” by FM100 and in 2004 he was nominated as the best studio musician of the year by the FCMA.
  Marshall McDonaldMarshall McDonald is mainly known by his friends and family for three things: his music, his smile, and his love of chocolate milk.

He graduated from the University of Utah in 2003 with BA degrees in Music and Communications and is now working toward his Masters in Public Administration.

He is currently a full-time Seminary and Institute teacher for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the director of the Sandy Institute Choir. He considers music a “serious hobby” having been featured on over a dozen albums in the last 6 years. His most recent albums include: Sunday Morning Light, His Light Divine, I Am a Child of God- an album inspired by the artwork of Greg Olson, Favorite Hymns For The Sabbath, Our Savior's Love, and Christmas Dreams.He worked for a time for the WB network television series “Everwood” as a musician and hand double for the actor, Gregory Smith. During its first season, Marshall oversaw all of the music-related scenes, and when you saw the lead character, Ephraim, playing the piano, you actually saw Marshall's hands.
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