Here's the final mix from the studio. There were some intonation issues that night because the piano was out of tune slightly and we had get everyone to tune to it. Not too big of an issue, but considering our 40 minute time frame to record I think it went very well.
Here's the audio:
Here's the full score if you want to check it out:
The timings and the lines on the score were for the punches and streamers to sync my conducting to the video. This method is primarily used when recording music that is more free or rubato feeling.
The music may seem a bit dull because it kind of stays in the same harmony for the most part, but sometimes this is what is required of us to write for a scene in a film. I've seen film scores that are literally just two notes on the piano and harp for 3 minutes *COUGH*LOST*COUGH* anyways... It was actually quite difficult to figure out how to make something very sad and depressing but still have it be uplifting and hopeful. I think sneaking in that lydian chordscale and subtly putting in a subdominant chord without being too abrupt worked pretty well too.
I don't have the video up yet, but I will upload it soon on my YouTube channel: