Brian Tarquin's Jungle Room

Schultz, Barbara
September 2003
Mix;Sep2003, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p68
Features composer/guitarist Brian Tarquin, who writes electronic music for a wide variety of television shows in the United States. Awards received by Tarquin for his work on daytime television; Film credits; Equipment; Details of how he creates music for the soap opera "All My Children".


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