The Score: Interviews With Film Composers
This collection of candid interviews with some of today's finest and hottest film composers presents a broad cross-section of thoughts about the process of film composing, styles of film music, and working within today's entertainment industry. Every fan of the music that often guides our emotions as we sit glued or trembling in our theater seats will find this contemporary insider's look at this popular musical genre a must-read. Among the composers included are: Thomas Newman; Elmer Bernstein; Marc Shaiman; Mark Isham; John Barry; Terence Blanchard; Howard Shore; Bruce Broughton; James Newton Howard; John Corigliano; Christopher Young; Joel McNeely; Paul Chihara; Shirley Walker; Daniel Licht.
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