CRAZY DINOSAURS was an animated television show that was cablecast on Boston Neighborhood Network TV. The six episodes shown to the right feature clay animation and music by David Walther with a variety of performers: Carmen Rodriguez- Peralta and Eileen Feldman, piano; Purple Beard, voice and piano; Virginia Crumb and Michael Rafferty, harp; Michael Romanul, 'cello; and John Corely, conducting the M. I. T. Concert Band. The dollhouse was made by Jeanie Riseman.
EURYDICE also feautured clay animation, Please use the button to the right to access Eurydice. David Walther wrote and performed the music. The poem is by Boethius, sung in Latin. The Doll house, again, was made by Jeanie Riseman.
DYNOSAUR "The world's first continuous soap opera: found on the walls of caves and brought to us today by computer." This five part soap opera, and uses (very) primitive computer animation. The music for Dynosaur is composed of five finger suites. That is to say that each of the ten fingers play ONLY one note throughout an entire movement. David Walther wrote and performed the music.
Crazy Dinosaurs won an honorable mention in The Hometown USA Film and Video Contest; and received press in South End News (cover story with photo); Bay Windows; and The Advocate (full page article and full page photograph)
Roger Edmonton, of The Advocate wrote:
"Walther is a formidably prolific composer; he writes music constantly and has a seemingly endless stream of ideas for new projects..."