Brazil-based composer Eduardo Salvador demonstrates a firm, natural grasp of the film/TV score medium with his :50 glimpses of bigger ideas. For example, “introduceo” is an atmospheric overture whose battery of cellos propels a theme that describes overcast skies and a storm brewing ominously on the horizon. Next, though it is similarly foreboding and mysterious, “ato I” nevertheless has keyboard flourishes that signal the arrival of sunrays. Finally, “ato II” is a terrific scherzo that unleashes a battery of string instruments that effectively build in power. As competent as they are conventional, these snippets by the composer prove that he is certainly ready to be considered for a thriller film-scoring gig.