Herb Alpert: Music For Your Eyes
Length: 26 min, 46 sec.
Format: 35mm at 1:1.85 projection format
Stereo Optical Sound
Original Format: High Definition
Copyright Date: 2002
Director, Producer, Writer: Tom Neff
Executive Producer: Lois Riggins-Ezzell
In Herb Alpert: Music For Your Eyes, we are introduced to Herb Alpert the artist. Everyone has heard of his Tijuana Brass, but what they donít know is that he has been a serious painter and sculptor for over 30 years.
This documentary explores his abstract paintings and his more figurative bronze sculptures, focusing on the first major retrospective of his work given at the Tennessee State Museum. We see and hear how music has infused his paintings and sculptures through color, concept, and form.
The entire musical score to this uniquely visual film is composed and played by Herb Alpert himself, and his shy nature is probed through his artwork.
Herb Alpert: Music For Your Eyes was produced by the Tennessee State Art Museum Foundation, with Executive Director Lois Riggins-Ezzell serving as Executive Producer.
Film Credit Information
Producer/Writer/Director Tom Neff
Line Producer Jimmy Holcomb
Editor Barry Rubinow
Director of Photography Steven Douglas Smith
Mixer Michael Davis
Camera Crew Jeff Clark: Steadicam
David Brown Key Grip
Tim McGinnis Gaffer
Aldo Porras Focus
Lani Alpert Hall