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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | September 21, 2017 |

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AIR STUDIOS

Associated Independent Recording (AIR) Studios started in 1969 when George Martin (producer of The Beatles) and John Burgess (his partner) left EMI to establish an independent recording complex in London. Afterwards, it became one of the most successful studio operations in the world. It has excellent scoring stages, studios and mixing rooms. In 1991, AIR studios started at the beautiful Lyndhurst Hall in London. AIR Lyndhurst, London has great facilities for recording film scores, television, post-production, dialogues, sound effects and video games.
Official site: airstudios.com
 

 

 

 

ROMEO AND JULIET: NEW PICTURES FROM LONDON

The recording sessions in Air Studio are continuing. Today some photos shared by soprano Emily Kirby-Ashmore on his Twitter account. On this picture we can recognize Franglen Simon and Simon Rhodes on the left of James Horner.   On the left, Ralph Allwood conductor of the choir. © Tom Allwood (tomallwood.com) On his Twitter account he said:   "Enjoyed directing RodolfusChoir on James Horner's wonderful music for the new Romeo And Juliet film today. Can't wait to see it next year."    Finally trumpet player Alison Balsom commented this morning: "Off to Air Studios to record solo baroque trumpet part for James Horner soundtrack for Romeo

RECORDING OF ROMEO AND JULIET

James Horner has just started recording his score to Carlo Carlei's film in Abbey Road 1 and Air Studios in London. On both his Twitter and Facebook account, the British countertenor Iestyn Davies shared two pictures from the recording sessions, along with some of his impressions:     "My view from the booth, Studio 1 Abbey Road. There's James 'Titanic' Horner waving.". "Have to say, James Horner's Romeo & Juliet score made me weep eternally in the sound booth. Took me back to Titanic 1997" "Lovely atmosphere last night. Enjoyed the evening hugely! Now off to Abbey Road (clang) to sing some James Horner." "Final


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