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LIVING IN THE AGE OF AIRPLANES: EXCLUSIVE REVIEW

October 22, 2016 | | 1196 Views 3

If there is one word that can stand out from listening to Living in the Age of Airplanes, it's diversity! Indeed, there's a great variety of styles to each piece of music, from tribal to symphonic and even a salsa … Read More

FOND MEMORIES – EPISODE 4: 1981 – A HORROR TRILOGY

January 21, 2016 | | 1144 Views 4

This episode homes in on the horror trilogy written in 1981: Oliver Stone's The Hand, Wes Craven's Deadly Blessing and Michael Wadleigh's Wolfen. If you have information that can supplement this episode, please do not hesitate to contact us.   … Read More

FOND MEMORIES – EPISODE 3: 1978-1980 – THE ROGER CORMAN MOVIES

January 7, 2016 | | 1101 Views

This third episode of Fond Memories discusses the four scores James Horner wrote for Roger Corman. If you have any information that could supplement this episode, please do not hesitate to contact us.   Soundtracks covered in this episode: The … Read More

FOND MEMORIES – EPISODE 2: 1978 – FINDING A NEW LOVE: FILM MUSIC

January 6, 2016 | | 1135 Views 2

This second episode of Fond Memories briefly looks back on what drew James Horner into the world of film music.

If you have information that could supplement this episode, please do not hesitate to contact … Read More

FOND MEMORIES – EPISODE 1: 1953-1978 – A MUSICAL EDUCATION

December 26, 2015 | | 1357 Views

Fond Memories is our step-by-step overview of James Horner’s career. This article is the first in a long series which tries to be as complete as can be. If you have information that can supplement this episode, please do not … Read More

BRAVEHEART EXPANDED RELEASE REVIEW

December 7, 2015 | | 2819 Views 1

"Every man dies, but not every man really lives." William Wallace – Braveheart – 1995

Among experts, Mel Gibson’s Braveheart is not exactly renowned for its historical accuracy. Screenwriter Randall Wallace – no relation – avowedly devised the … Read More

THE 33: FIRST LISTEN

November 5, 2015 | | 1848 Views

Many thanks to Joe Kara and Rocco Carrozza, for giving us the opportunity to write this article.

“The first thing that I try and find is the emotional content of the film and the tone of … Read More

COLLAGE: SOUVENIRS FROM LONDON

October 17, 2015 | | 1747 Views 3

Photo credit: © Etienne Walter   After the overwhelming revelation that was Pas De Deux and the magical days we spent with James Horner and Hakon and Mari Samuelsen in Liverpool during November 2014, it was hard for us to … Read More

COLLAGE: INTERVIEW WITH DAVID PYATT

October 17, 2015 | | 1517 Views 3

Photo credit: © Etienne Walter   We had a chance to sit with David Pyatt, one of the four horn soloists for James Horner’s Collage, a concerto for four horns and orchestra.  As is apparent from the words themselves and … Read More

CINEMA MUSICA: INTERVIEW WITH JAMES HORNER

July 23, 2015 | | 1604 Views 1

Conducted by Basil Boehni, Vice editor-in-chief of Cinema Musica. Held: 31 October 2011, in Frankfurt Am Main (Germany). Published in Cinema Musica in April 2012 (in German). The two photos of James Horner were taken by Matthias Keller.   Basil … Read More