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  1. I don't see any resemblance, to be honest...
    3 points
  2. Great news!!! This is the response I got from the concert venue: So we're getting at least one more movement, and an eventual recording!
    2 points
  3. This relates to something I've been thinking about lately -- there should really be this massive John Williams Video Database, which assembled all the video footage of Williams over the years. You can find lots of stuff on Youtube and as DVD extras and stuff, but there's still so much more out there. It would be dozens, if not hundreds of hours of material. I imagine the Spielberg-shot recording sessions is a massive library all on its own. And the Pops shows.
    2 points
  4. The excessive amount of percussion instruments can give some really interesting results. Like in the case of Christopher Gordon's Daybreakers where he, I think, had 36 different percussion tracks layered on top of each other. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSvlziMPnJg An excellent score, I should add. Karol
    1 point
  5. Modest as always I see. I hope it is titled in the vein of his 1970's scores like "Something for Stefan" or "The Arrival of Stefan and Concert Hall Fugue" or just "The Stefan Scene".
    1 point
  6. Its JW's theme underscoring my arrival to the New World.
    1 point
  7. Came across this video interview with Paul Thomas Anderson. Somebody asked him about working with Jonny Greenwood and he spoke about the influence of the Spielberg/Williams collaboration on the use of music in his films (jump to 49:13 in the video):
    1 point
  8. I told my flatmate that I'm going to see a JW concert. She asked me to play some of his music so I played the Superman main theme and she reponded with: "Oh, that's from the show with the bald guy in the red shirt"
    1 point
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