Eli T. Evans is a composer, writer, software designer, and raconteur. He studied music education at Eastern Washington University for a while, then left to pursue a career designing software for Faithlife, where he has worked since 1995. In the meantime, he has written music for Bible Agent 7, a half-hour animated streaming television program; other streaming shorts; and The Unseen Realm, a full-length documentary film. He’s registered at ASCAP, and has a page on IMDB. Creation, a suite for orchestra and chorus, is his first major published work, published by Gusthold Music. He writes occasionally on literary topics for Bible Study Magazine. He sometimes works on the next great American novel. He lives in Washington State with his wife Olga and their five children.
A symphonic suite or tone poem that describes impressions taken from the creation story as told in Genesis 1, with some Job and Psalms for flavor.
Original score for a full-length documentary film adaptation of Michael S. Hesier’s book _The Unseen Realm_.
Bible Agent 7 is the first full-length cartoon short produced by Faithlife Kids. It’s sort of like Kim Possible meets Get Smart meets Sunday School, and the music is Mancini meets me.
My entrants into the 2018 Corona Conservatory of Music “Composer Club Challenge” composition contest. One loser, one winner.
Wheels hammer lopsided rhythms down the track, repetitive yet evolving. Natural wonders parade by: wandering streams, shocks of birch and aspen, bear and moose under sprawling gray skies. We watch with bated breath as we round every bend, for any moment it might peek through. A monstrous wave struck by a magic harpoon, frozen, cresting forever over the lonely tundra: Denali, the “Great one.”
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What’s tickling my ears at the moment, Feb 2020.
Teardown and oral history of my eleven-movement suite for orchestra and chorus, Creation.