Ritmeloxá (2014) Ubiraci Santos & Jochen Eisentraut. Composer, performer, producer. Currently available on Soundcloud. Performed at the Teatro XVIII in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil.
Chillax + Triptych Jazz & Ffilm Special Edition (2012), DVD with film director Eilir Pierce, Sain Records. Composer, performer, producer.
Danza Negra (2009) Banda Bacana, Joscyn Records. Saxophone, composer of one track.
Chillax (2009) Jochen Eisentraut Trio, Sain Records. Composer, performer, producer.
Penmon (2007) Lleuwen Steffan, Gwymon Records. Recorded one track and co-wrote another.
Moelyci (2007) Steave Eaves, Sain Records. Piano and saxophone.
Cyfnos (2002) Acoustique, Sain Records. Producer, composer and performer.
Strymgynta’ (1997) Strymdingars, Sain Records. Producer.
Cyfalaf a Chyfaddawd (1985) Steave Eaves, Sain Records. Saxophone.
Composition commissions (selected)
Memórias do Subsolo. Dir. Maciej Rożalski (2014) Physical theatre production based on Dostoyevsky text. Performed in the Teatro Solar Boa Vista and the Casa do Dimitri in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil. Composer and performer.
Triptych for Jazz and Film. (2012) Composition, performance and video project. Performances in Welsh arts venues. Screened at Oakland University Honors College, Michigan, Published online and available on DVD.
Iesu. (2008) (Music for theatre production) Theatr Cenedlaethol Cymru (Welsh National Theatre).
Adagio. Dir. Clive Walley, S4C (2002). Art animation with continuous music.
Jochen Eisentraut composer and collaborator. Premiered at the 2002 London Film Festival. Invited to the 2002 Rotterdam International Film Festival and the 2002 Hong Kong International Film Festival.
Talcen Caled. Dir. Sion Humphreys et.al., S4C. Series I (1999), 6 x 1h. Series II (2001), 6 x 1h. Series III (2002), 6 x 1h. Series IV (2004), 8 x 1h. Series V (2005), 8 x 1h. TV Drama Series; all incidental and title music. New incidental music commissioned for each series.
Rownd a Rownd. Dir. Dennis Pritchard Jones et al., S4C (1995 – 2012). Young people’s soap opera. Won Best Children’s Programme BAFTA Wales 1996 & 1999.
Light of Uncertainty. Dir. Clive Walley, BBC2 (1997). Art animation with continuous music for ensemble of 7 incl. Alexander Balanescu, vln. and Chris Lawrence, bass. Won ‘Best Film at the Cutting Edge’ at British Animation Awards at the ICA 1998.
Y Mynydd Grug. Dir. Angela Roberts, S4C (1997). Period drama feature. Premiered at Aberystwyth International Film Festival, theatrical release in Wales, and broadcast on Christmas Day.
Y Twr. Dir. Graham Laker, Theatre Gwynedd (1996). Play. Toured Wales. Electroacoustic score.
A Manager in Exile. Prod. Alun Ffred, BBC Wales (1994). Documentary.
Fireworks. Prod. Andrew Holmes, Channel 4 (1994). Drama-documentary on English Civil War. Music for archaic instruments.
A-Z of Greek Democracy. Prod. Andrew Holmes, Channel 4 (1994). Drama-documentary. Music includes oriental voice.
Home Ground. Prod. Wil Aaron, HTV (1993-4). History documentary magazine series.
Môr a Mynydd. Dir. Aled Evans, S4C (1993). Includes original music for brass band. Won BAFTA Wales Best Children’s Film.
Divertimento 4. Dir. Clive Walley, BBC2 (1994). Art animation with continuous music. Soundsculpture composition.
Llygad am lygad. Dir. Gareth Lloyd Williams, S4C (1993) 4 x 1h True 19th-century story murder series.
Sgid Hwch. Dir. Alun Ffred, S4C (1992). TV Play, broadcast Christmas Eve. Music for 2 violins, soprano sax, bassoon, percussion.
Spring and Port Wine. Dir. Peter Edwards , S4C (1992). TV Play. Music for flügel horn, piano, cello.
Hel Straeon. Prod. Wil Aaron, S4C (1992 – 1995). Weekly magazine programme.
We Are Seven II. Dir. Ken Horn HTV (1991) Period drama. Orchestral music. Won Best Series, BAFTA Wales.
Chwilio am y Nefoedd. Dir. Mark Evans, S4C (1990). Drama series; atmospheric jazz.
The Heart of the Country. Prod. John Pickstock, S4C (1989). Natural history film. Widely sold abroad.
Barbarossa. Dir. Gareth Wynn Jones, S4C (1990) Thriller series (8 x 1 h). Ensemble music for 8 players.
Deryn I & II. Dir. Alun Ffred, S4C (1986-9). 2 drama series + 2 single dramas.
Caucasian Chalk Circle. Dir. Graham Laker, Cwmni Theatre Gwynedd (1989). Welsh professional theatre production of Brecht’s play with new score in Eastern European folk style.
We Are Seven. Dir. Alan Clayton, HTV (1989). Family drama Networked UK and several European countries. Won Gold Award for Family Drama at the New York International Film and Television Festival.
Fel Dail Ar Bren. Dir. David Lyn, S4C (1987). Period biographical film of hymn writer Ann Griffiths. Orchestral score. UK networked.
Cysgodion Gdansk. Dir. Gareth Wynn Jones, S4C (1987). Thriller series. Music for piano quintet.
Wild Heritage. Prod. John Pickstock, HTV (1987). Natural history film. Widely sold abroad.
Blumenfeld. Dir. Gareth Wynn Jones, S4C (1985). Thriller. Piano, cello and voice, performed by Bryn Terfel. Networked Spain.
Sglyfaeth. Dir. Gareth Wynn Jones, S4C (1984). IRA thriller. Atmospheric ‘Celtic’ music. Sold widely abroad.