License To Thrill Music Signs Composer Inon Zur

Film Music Magazine • March 22, 2011

License To Thrill Music (, an independent music publisher providing one-stop music synchronization and licensing for advertising, films, television, radio, movie trailers, video games and new media, today announced a music publishing partnership with composer Inon Zur. License To Thrill Music represents original music composed by Inon Zur available for use in advertising, film, TV and other media productions.

Best known for providing the cinematic orchestral music for blockbuster franchises such as Dragon Age, Prince of Persia, EverQuest, Crysis and Fallout, Inon Zur’s music can also be heard in numerous trailers including Drag Me To Hell, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Escape To Witch Mountain, Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix, Kingdom of Heaven, The Pacifier and The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy. His original scores for film and television include Au Pair, Escaflowne, Digimon, Power Rangers and State of Grace.

“Inon’s music consistently captures the intensity and emotional landscape in every medium with true professionalism and passion,” said Valerie Vickers, A&R/Licensing Manager for License To Thrill Music. “We are incredibly excited to promote his work and artistry in upcoming creative avenues.”

The team behind License To Thrill Music has worked on platinum selling records, films, #1 hit singles and critically acclaimed album releases by some of the biggest names in music, spanning a period of over 25 years in the music business with innovative artists such as Bjork, The Cure, Kraftwerk and Happy Mondays, and a decade of interactive entertainment marketing for global markets promoting soundtracks from the world’s top video game companies including Microsoft, Sony and Ubisoft.


By Phil Steele on March 23rd, 2011 at 4:38 pm

Well-deserved! Inon is the best. I co-wrote several songs with him and his standards were the highest. He always brought out the best out in me and everyone else involved with the production. I look forward to writing more lyrics for his great melodies.

Phil Steele

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