Soundtrack Music Associates | Nathan Lanier connects the Past with the Future in his song for Microsoft’s New Surface Book 2
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Nathan Lanier connects the Past with the Future in his song for Microsoft’s New Surface Book 2

For his third song cover for Microsoft, Nathan Lanier brings a futuristic twist to the Frank Sinatra classic, “Fly Me to the Moon.”

Nathan Lanier has scored over 20 feature films, as well as the first live-action Halo series Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, produced by Microsoft’s 343 Industries and directed by Max Steel director Stewart Hendler. Well-known for his unique cinematic dance music and themes, Lanier’s music has been featured on Emmy-Nominated dance performances on So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With The Stars, Live To Dance, Conan, Ellen, and is among the top chosen music for choreographers and dancers alike for competitions and performances worldwide.

 

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Microsoft Surface Book 2 Commercial – “Fly Me to the Moon”