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Jivamukti : film composers talk about the art, craft, blood, sweat, and tears of writing for cinema

Author: David Morgan
Publisher: New York : HarperEntertainment, [2000] ©2000
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Interviews
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Morgan
ISBN: 0380804824 9780380804825
OCLC Number: 1049753778
Description: xix, 313 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: The Art of Film Music --
You Can't Go Home Again: David Shire on Return to Oz --
Suspicion Breeds Confidence: Michael Kamen on Brazil --
Getting a Foot in the Door --
Unto the Breach: Patrick Doyle on Henry V --
Scissors Cur Paper Wraps Stone: Collaboration --
Backward Prison Gangs, Scandinavian Hymns, "Danny Boy," and Yodeling: Carter Burwell on the Coen Brothers --
Immersion: Beginning the Process --
Bait-and-Switch: Elmer Bernstein on The Grifters --
Collaboration with Other Composers --
A Friend Like Me: Alan Menken on Howard Ashman and the Rebirth of the Film Musical --
Bending the Rules --
Sounds of Apocalypse: John Corigliano on Altered States --
Life in Transformation: Phillip Glass on Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsi --
The Driving Force: Elia Cmiral on Ronin --
Period Pieces --
Steeping Yourself in the Culture: Carter Burwell on Rob Roy --
Mythmaker: Basil Poledouris on Conan the Barbarian --
The Shape of the Sound: Orchestration --
Carnival of the Animals: Mark Isham on Never Cry Wolf and Fly Away Home --
It's "The Francie Brady Show": Elliot Goldenthal on The Butcher Boy --
Adaptation --
Everything Old Is New Again: Elmer Bernstein on Reinventing Cape Fear --
Dream State: Jocelyn Pook on Eyes Wide Shut --
Like a Duet: Patrick Doyle on Love's Labour's Lost --
Recording --
Coda --
The Organic Score --
A Reflection, Like the Moon on Water: Philip Glass on Kundun --
Playing with Paradoxes: Mychael Danna on The Sweet Hereafter --
Provenance: John Corigliano on The Red Violin --
I'll Show Thee Wondrous Things, That Highly May Advantage Thee to Hear: Elliot Goldenthal on Titus --
Lost and Found: Robert Townson on Alex North, 2001, and the Art of the Soundtrack Album.
Responsibility: David Morgan [interviewer].

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