Streamers and Puches 3: Homeward Bruce (Broughton): The Incredible Interview

Join us as we discuss the latest headlines in film music, John Williams’ statue commission, and an article discussing the latest brass library from EastWest. We also show the second part of our Bruce Broughton interview!


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This week’s panel:
This week’s topics include:
  • We discuss Michael Giacchino at D23; he talks about music for Pixar.
  • TCM show honoring collaborations. Starting with JW and Spielberg.
  • Howard Shore to score new Scorsese film, Hugo.
  • Disney FINALLY releases The Black Hole score on CD at Intrada.com.
  • The Lord of the Rings Symphony to be released on CD Tuesday, September 13th.
  • Jeff describes sample libraries, then speaks about Peter Alexander’s review of Hollywood Brass.
  • John Williams commissions statues of Copland, Bernstein, and Koussevitzky for Tanglewood grounds.
  • We conclude our interview with Bruce Broughton, and discuss our thoughts afterwards.
If you like…

John Williams’s score to E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (Amazon MP3iTunes), you might like Symphony No. 1 by William Walton (Amazon MP3iTunes).

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