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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | July 23, 2017 |

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BROCK WALSH

 
Brock Walsh began his professional life as a touring musician with Linda Ronstadt, Karla Bonoff, and Andrew Gold with whom he produced the hits "Lonely Boy" and "Thank You For Being A Friend". He was a staff producer for Quincy Jones and has written and produced for such artists as Christina Aguilera, Celine Dion, Marc Anthony
 
 

LEGENDS OF THE FALL: AN ANALYSIS OF THE THEMES

It has been exactly twenty years, since the period from 8 to 19 April 1994, when James Horner recorded at Abbey Road Studios with the London Symphony Orchestra, one of the most lyrical and romantic pieces of music in his career: Legends Of The Fall. This anniversary is an opportunity to return to this score, whose impact has preserved all its strength for two decades. After Glory (1989) and before Courage Under Fire (1996), the composer met up with the American director Edward Zwick for this adaptation of Jim Harrison's eponymous short novel, which brought together on screen Brad Pitt, Anthony

HOCUS POCUS - JAMES HORNER'S SONG NOW AVAILABLE

Intrada has just released John Debney's fantastic score for Walt Disney Halloween tale Hocus Pocus. This 1993 soundtrack is particularly popular among Horner fans as it contains a song composed by James Horner - the composer was first approached to score the film, but due to busy schedule during this year he could not do the film and John Debney took over. This song, performed by Sarah Jessica Parker (Sarah's Theme, also known as Come Little Children) is one of James Horner's most magical and wistful themes, reminiscent of his wondrous tunes heard in his '80s scores for fantasy films and