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Tag Archives: Moby
This week on SoundNotion, we’re joined by PROTOTYPE Festival artistic director Kristin Marting. PROTOTYPE is an annual festival presenting new opera-theatre and music-theatre works by contemporary artists from New York City and around the world.
- This week on SoundNotion, we’re joined by PROTOTYPE Festival artistic director Kristin Marting.
- PROTOTYPE is a co-production of Beth Morrison Projects and HERE, presenting multi-disciplinary opera-theatre and music-theatre work happening January 8th – 19th, 2014.
- The festival presents both complete performances and works-in-progress in partnerships with local arts venues.
- Moby has has released his 11th studio album, Innocents. You can download all the individual tracks and remix at will.
- Leonardo da Vinci was an accomplished painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, writer, and it turns out, bowed piano craftsman.
- How do you get Bon Jovi‘s hit “Livin’ on a Prayer” back on the Billboard Hot 100 list after 25 years? With YouTube and some sweet dance moves.
- CORRECTION – On this episode, Dave is discussing a NewMusicBox piece addressing theatricality in new music, and Sam said the piece was by Isaac Schankler. WRONG. The piece was by Nat Evans, published on November 6, 2013. Sorry, Nat.
In this episode we look at some new scoring assignments, two interviews, a link to listen to The Avengers score, and we discuss Silvestri’s score to The Avengers as well.
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- Here is a link to listen to The Avengers score by Alan Silvestri.
- There is a concert of music by “Dexter” composer, Daniel Licht – 10 June 2012.
- New score assignments: Jack White will score The Lone Ranger, Moby will score The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, Thomas Newman will score the next Soderbergh film, The Bitter Pill.
- Two new interviews: David Shire and Alan Silvestri.
- Slashfilm (/Film) podcast with guest Drew McWeeny from Hitfix.