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RAHAT NUSRAT FATEH ALI KHAN

By www.bollywoodhungama.com [CC-BY-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (born in 1974 in Pakistan) was trained by his uncle Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan in the art of classical music and Qawwali, a popular genre in India.
He has toured extensively around the world.

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JAMES HORNER’S PLACE IN FILM MUSIC HISTORY

0 Introduction and terminology James Horner was one of film music’s greats. Understanding his talent requires thorough study of what made him an outstanding and influential individual composer, but also of the changing landscape of film music itself. What is it exactly that drew James Horner to film music back in the seventies? And what had so changed by the 2010s that it made him grow impatient with his trade? This text sets out to answer these questions and serve as an introduction to film music in general and to James Horner’s film music in particular.   The first part of this article

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Photo credit: © Sylvia Wells   James Horner left this world, leaving us stunned and inconsolable. It was the day after Father's Day, the second day of summer. After this tragic and absurd June 22, we ran as our headline, "All is Lost,” a track title from the beautiful The New World. Since the departure of the composer, we must learn to live in this new world. A world without James Horner. So many notes will not be written.   In an interview about The New World (and for now only available in French), James Horner said: "Timelessness is not what we are but what we


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