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  1. Bracage Reply
    View Ben Zimmerman’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Ben has 3 jobs listed on their profile. Nov – Feb 3 years 4 months. Internal Auditor Hewlett Title: VP FP&A at Prudential Financial.
  2. Kim Reply
    Ben Zimmerman‘s The Baltika Years is a collection of recordings created between 19mostly using a Tandy DeskMate computer. When Ben solicited the Tandy tape recordings to Software in , they were taken aback by how personal the music felt considering the palette used.
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    After almost 6 years of production, the feature-length documentary film, Syl Johnson: Any Way The Wind Blows, will be having its NYC premiere at DOC NYC film fest on Sunday, November 15th at 2pm at the SVA Theatre and Wednesday, November 18th at pm at the IFC Center.
  4. Kazirisar Reply
    The Baltika Years is no exception. On this spectacularly well-curated body of work, Brooklyn-based composer and video artist Ben Zimmerman chronologically presents his experiences in composing music through three Tandy DeskMate computers over the course of a decade.
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    Explore releases from the Software (2) label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Software (2) releases.
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    Apr 22,  · The Baltika Years highlights the unique work of a little-known Brooklyn artist. Daniel Lopatin’s Software label has announced its next project, and it’s one of the label’s most unusual yet – a.
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    The Lion King. The composer won his first Oscar for Disney's The Lion King (), in which he seamlessly blended large orchestral forces with the African choral music of Lebo M and Elton John's songs. Plus, Disney are taking Zimmer on for a second time in their live-action remake of the movie, starring Donald Glover and Beyoncé.
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    Jul 15,  · In one year alone, Ben obtained two of the ten largest personal injury/wrongful death jury verdicts in Massachusetts, including a $ million verdict against Toys "R" Us for a defective pool slide in a case. The verdict resulted in a decision from Massachusetts' highest Court.