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It’s Time We All Heard the Music of Lili Boulanger
A Carnegie Hall concert brings one of France’s great composers — ignored because she was a woman who died young — into view.
What’s That Sound? In Ashley Fure’s Compositions, It Could Be Almost Anything.
Twanging aircraft cables? Crinkly paper moved by speaker vibrations? Sure.
Fires Its ‘Secret Weapon’ Composer After 27 Years on the Show
Alf Clausen wrote the music for all your favorite songs.
Jesse David Fox
Angelo Badalamenti Tells the Stories Behind 5
I would say, ‘David, how much slower can I play it?’ ‘Play it slower.’”
Hans Zimmer, Unsatisfied with Batfleck, Really Misses Christian Bale’s Batman
“The Batman that I know and the one I learned is the one that Christian did, and Ben plays it differently.”
Alexandre Desplat Picks Post–
Going from deep space to … even more deep space.
Hans Zimmer Doesn’t Need This Shit, Won’t Score Any More Superhero Films
Batman v Superman
will be his last.
Carter Burwell on His Coen Bros., Jonze Scores
Spike Jonze and the Coen Brothers’ composer of choice details his process.
Alexandre Desplat on 5 of His Great Movie Scores
With two new films that he composed the music for out in recent weeks, we asked Desplat to share stories behind five of his most well-known scores.
Hans Zimmer Tells Juicy Stories About the Classic Films He’s Scored
How does he feel about all those trailers that copy his
score? “Oh, it’s horrible!”