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  1. First time poster here. I get the impression from reading some of these posts that there are copies of JWs scores and sketches floating around out there. I work in healthcare currently, and am only a mediocre pianist, but I’ve been thinking lately about studying composition/orchestration for film, and would love to be able to study the techniques of a master. It seems an unfortunate circumstance that the works of non-film composers are readily available for study, while film scores are kept under lock and key, or released in tiny, heavily rearranged bits for symphony performance. Is there a so
  2. Hello. Does someone have the orchestral scores of Sugarland Express Main Theme and Among the Clouds (from Always)? I know these scores were not officially published. Regarding Always score, I have found this, but unfortunately it isn't the complete score of the piece. Thank you in advance.
  3. Hello, Im looking for the full orchestral score notation for the cue The River Crossing to Stalingrad from the film Enemy at the Gates by James Horner. Does anybody have a copy of this that they can send me or know where i may find a copy? Thanks Adam
  4. Hi I'm looking for recordings of this score for my Advanced Higher Music qualification, any help would be appreciated. LINK TO COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL REMOVED BY MODERATOR
  5. Does anyone have a pdf copy of the book thief piano solo songbook? Also other sheet music or scores by John Williams?
  6. Hey everyone! My name is Brad Frey, and I'm a composer who also happens to be a huge fan of John Williams, and of this forum. It's good to be here! I started a YouTube channel awhile ago called "FilmScoreAnalysis," where I took full film score cues, reduced them down to a few staves, analyzed them, and put the film on screen with the reduced and analyzed score. Some of these cues so far come from films like Jurassic Park, Jaws, and Harry Potter, and I'm working on several more from Star Wars, Catch Me If You Can, Raiders - you get the idea. You can visit the channel here: http
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