The Third Rider

Release Date

December 2012

The Third Rider

Soundtrack Description

Stop Hunger! is the soundtrack composed and produced by José Manuel Quintana Cámara for the documentary The Third Rider, produced by the Spanish photojournalist Alfons Rodríguez and edited by the Spanish photographer David Monfil.

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Alfons Rodríguez's comments about José Manuel's work

Original text: "Excelente compositor, comprometido, profesional y mejor persona...." ~Alfons Rodríguez, Photojournalist, Spain

Translation: "Excellent composer, committed to work, professional and better person..." ~Alfons Rodríguez, Photojournalist, Spain



Hunger and Malnutrition on our Planet: The Third Rider of the Apocalypse, hunger, the black horseman, rides cruelly over our planet, today more than ever.

Seven billion humans live on Earth, a quantity that is under some aspects unsustainable. One in seven is suffering starvation and/or malnutrition.

Climate change, natural disasters, wars and violence, discrimination, high prices of basic food, biofuel production and distribution of wealth...all these factors deeply influence the problem of food shortage in the world.

Women and children are among those who suffer most from the causes above mentioned. They are considered part of the lowest social class in many societies of the poorest countries. Every day 10.000 children die from starvation.

This situation, however, can be reversed. If we push all together we’ ll make the rider dismount his saddle. This documentary project explores the problem of hunger worldwide, trying to shed light on causes and possible solutions...


своими руками
"Me ha encantado la pieza A Pleasant Dinner, la introducción me recuerda grandes momentos de mi melomania con el jazz.", ~Miquel Vilaplana, Spain
"José composed a beautiful music 'Discovering the Paradise' from the album 'Feelinks' that I used for my film. The 'Wałbrzych (Waldenburg) Szczawno-Zdrój then and now' is a story about my town and its history. This music is very moving and sentimental. I would like to recommend José's music for everyone. Thank you José! :)", ~Grzegorz Sanik, Filmmaker, Poland