CAMBRIDGE KING'S COLLEGE CHOIR
The Cambridge King's College Choir was founded in the fifteenth century. Since 1928 they have sung on Christmas Eve on the BBC.
The choir exists primarily to sing to the daily services of the chapel. But their fame and reputation in the world, reinforced by their many recordings, led them to tour around the globe.
Official site: Kings.cam.ac.uk
To celebrate the release of Titanic in 4 CD edition by La-La Land (see our exclusive review here) we present an interview with James Horner never before published in English. This short interview was originally published in 1998 in the French magazine Dreams To Dream. One more unpublished interview in English, dating from 2005 at the release of the Special Collector's Edition DVD of the film, will follow. Recall: The Words of James Horner is a series of articles intended to republish some twenty interviews Didier Leprêtre and Jean-Christophe Arlon conducted between 1997 and 2006 and published only in French in
Originally released on November 18 1997, TITANIC: Music From The Motion Picture contained 15 tracks, most of which were arrangements of material from the film rather than material straight from the film and included the more restrained version of the song My Heart Will Go On performed by Celine Dion. This album soon became the biggest selling film score in history, with over 30 million copies sold. In negotiating his deal with Sony Music, James Horner was so confident in the film and the album he managed to earn approximately $1.20 for every copy sold, providing him with enough income
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