This article is about the music composer. For the rugby player, see Gordon McGhie (rugby union).
Gordon McGhie is a music composer who resides in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. He writes music for television shows and for movies.
For 2005 he composed the music for the Warner Brothers 52x23 animation MegaMan NT Warrior - AXESS TV series. The show is airing in 18 different languages throughout the world.
For 2007 he was contracted to score four feature films, Harvest Moon, The Bard The Story of Robert Burns, Beat the Clock and the first of the trilogy feature Dante's Inferno, to be filmed in New Zealand. Dante's Inferno has a major budget ($80 million). It is scheduled to be released December 2008.
He composed the trailer music for two 3D animations with Main Frame Entertainment Inc. of British Columbia. He is also composing for a 52 part animation series for Cartoon Network. His studio is a 5.1 surround sound and he has a Bachelor of Music degree with a composition major and A.T.C.L. in piano.
The Bard - 2008 feature film, Co compose score,
Dante's Inferno - 2008 feature Film, Contracted to score,
Harvest Moon - 2007 feature film, Contracted to score,
Beat the Clock - 2007 feature film, Contracted to score,
Immortally Yours - 2006 feature film, Contracted to score,
Mushiking (title music) - 2006/2007 52x23 animation,
Astronauts of the Future (title music) - 2006 Main Frame Entertainment Inc.,
A Texas Tale - 2005 feature film score,
Gravity - 2005 CD,
Warner Bros. - 2005 title and body music for 52X23 TV Animation MegaMan,
Kung Fu - 2004 CD for Canadian Kung Fu Association,
Splinter - 2004 CD,
First Bite from the Vampire - 2003 CD,
Primitive - 2002 CD,
Crusades - 2001 CD,
Dream On - 1998 stage musical,
Picasso - 1995 stage musical,
Forest Paths - 1994 commissioned work for orchestra and acoustic guitar,
The Summer Concerto - 1993 for piano and orchestra,
Paradise Lost - 1993 music for contemporary dance,
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame - 1991 stage musical,
Quest - 1988 Stage Musical - New Zealand,
What Can I Say - 1987 Stage Musical - New Zealand,
Players - 1986 Stage Musical - New Zealand