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Streamers and Punches 68: Pompous Chord

In this episode we interview Downton Abbey composer John Lunn, talk about what we’ve been listening to lately, discuss the summer scores of Brian Tyler and Michael Giacchino, and look at headlines.

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This week’s topics include:
  • Hans Zimmer played keyboard in a live orchestra performance of Interstellar.
  • AFM sues major studios over international scores.
  • Variety has an article about the Summer of Giacchino.
  • Brian Tyler on Furious 7 and Avengers music.
  • Score review of Age of Ultron from Examiner.
  • Ratatouille in Concert at Royal Albert Hall on 10/28/15.
  • Bill has been listening to Flash, Arrow (Blake Neely), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Bear McCreary), Avengers: Age of Ultron (Danny Elfman, Brian Tyler), Daredevil (John Paesano), Jupiter Ascending (M Giacchino)
  • Kevin has been listening to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (McCreary), Better Call Saul (Dave Porter), Tomorrowland preview at Epcot (Giacchino)
  • Interview with John Lunn.
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Streamers and Punches 22: The War Horse Whisperers

In this episode we look at a few composers’ upcoming projects, a James Newton Howard interview, a Clint Mansell live show, an interview with Dickon Hinchliffe, how to “Vertigo” your favorite film, Star Wars dogs, BAFTA nominees, and talk about War Horse.

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This week’s topics include:
  • Clint Mansell will perform a rare live show.
  • There is a lengthy interview with James Newton Howard on GoSeeTalk.com
  • Daniel Schweiger Interviews composer Dickon Hinchliffe.
  • A review of Danny Elfman’s Cirque du Soleil music.
  • David Arnold says that availability was not an issue for Skyfall.
  • James Newton Howards bows out of scoring the Dark Knight Rises.
  • Would you like to “Vertigo” a scene from a famous movie?
  • Want to hear “The Imperial March” performed by dogs? The Bark Side.
  • BAFTA Nominees for Best Original Music.
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