Streamers and Punches 35: The Amazing Horner-Man

In this episode we look at the scores to The Amazing Spider-Man and Brave. Bill’s listened to Corigliano’s Music From the Edge, also Schweiger’s Doyle interview, TDKR sampler, Dudamel’s new gig, and an op-ed on six painful scores.


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One Response to Streamers and Punches 35: The Amazing Horner-Man

  1. sg says:

    BRAVE – I have to totally disagree with you guys on this one! Patrick Doyle did an AWESOME job! BTW I saw a screening where Patrick was there. They didn’t realize they hired a Scottish composer before he was hired. He did so much more than Scottish cliche sounds. He really did an excellent job of balancing sugary cliche with well developed composition skills. He did use Scottish bagpipes (The Red Hot Chili Pipers in fact). Ullian pipes are used because it is less abrasive.

    Everyone has their opinions, however I think you guys really missed something with this. Give it another listen and see it again—- because I can tell you he really brought some aweomeness to this one!

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