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Streamers and Punches 17: Daniel in Real Life

We interview film music writer Daniel Schweiger, as well as: download a sample from the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo score, check out the new releases from La-la Land, Grammy noms are out, Zimmer talks DKR score, and our guest interviews Howard Shore.


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Martin Scorsesi films, you might like Michael Brooks‘s score for the film Wrecked..

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Streamers and Punches 8: Attack of the Concertos

We discuss Elfman’s interview regarding Cirque du Soleil, Williams’ rumored involvement of Man of Steel, new CDs, and Marco Beltrami’s collaboration with ASCAP and USC. Happy Birthday Shostakovich, and we leave with a bit of Williams’ Harp Concerto.


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Malcom Arnold’s score to Bridge on the River Kwai (Amazon MP3iTunes) you might like his (Arnold’s) Oboe Concerto (Amazon CD).

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Streamers and Punches 2: Bruce (Broughton) Almighty

In this episode, we discuss articles about the nature of film music today. In addition, we have Part I of our interview with film scoring legend: Bruce Broughton! We finish with a comparison of Goldsmith’s Star Trek V and Britten’s Sea Interludes.


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Jerry Goldsmith’s score to Star Trek V (Amazon MP3), you might like Four Sea Interludes by Benjamin Britten (Amazon MP3iTunes).

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