Ambrosian Singers is one of the most famous choral groups in London. They are particularly appreciated for the extraordinary variety of their repertoire. They were founded just after World War II by Denis Stevens (1922-2004), an English musicologist, and John McCarthy (1919-2009), a professional tenor. The group has participated in many soundtracks such as Brainstorm, Krull, Chariots of Fire, and The Secret of NIMH and in many Italian films (with Ennio Morricone and Nino Rota).
Fond Memories is our step-by-step overview of James Horner’s career. We aim for it to be as comprehensive as possible. If you have additional information that is relevant to this episode, please do not hesitate to contact us. This seventh episode covers the year 1983 and especially Brainstorm and Krull, two early highlights of James Horner’s career. This episode covers the following scores: Krull (1983) Brainstorm (1983) The success of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (see episode 6) and 48 HRS, the two movies entrusted to the young James Horner by Joel Sill, vice-president of Paramount Pictures’ music department, were seminal influences in
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