Daniel (b. 1963, living in Hull near Ottawa, Canada) has been in the field of music since age 12 and has over 300 soundtracks to his credit for various projects such as NFB documentary films, special events and TV shows. With his closest collaborator André Mongeon, he received a nomination for the 1995 Gémeaux Award for the best soundtrack all categories for the music in a documentary series. He also received two nominations (1992 and 1994) at Reel awards for the best soundtrack. Many of the films and videos for which he composed the music won international and national prizes from many recognized organizations including The Gemini Awards (for Real Families), the BDA Awards (for Rodgers Ids), the Hot Docs (for Kanata and The last of the Franco-Ontarians) and the Mercury Awards (for different ads).
We especially like to mention that he composed the music for a track called Noosphère in a CD dedicated to Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. This music features during your visit to this site, thanks to Daniel Bouliane, who deserves our appreciation.
A web page on Daniel Bouliane
The Artists' MP3 Site
Mailing Daniel Bouliane