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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | January 28, 2022 |

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GLORY EXPANDED EDITION: OUR EXCLUSIVE REVIEW

September 14, 2021 | | 3 Comments

Just one month after the magnificent expanded edition of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, producers Neil Bulk and Mike Matessino treat us to an extended edition of Glory, recorded in October 1989. To celebrate this event, we offer … Read More

UNEXPECTED NEW EDITION OF STAR TREK II FROM LA-LA LAND: OUR EXCLUSIVE REVIEW

August 17, 2021 | | 7 Comments

Since the release of Intrada’s extended edition of The Land Before Time in October 2020, which presented 15 minutes of unreleased music, we had been feverishly waiting for a new album for 10 months. The surprise comes … Read More

JAMES HORNER’S PLACE IN FILM MUSIC HISTORY
ARTICLES

GLORY: AN ANALYSIS OF THE COMPLETE SCORE

September 14, 2021 | | One Comment

Once in a blue moon, a score comes along that floors you well and truly. Granted, 1989 was an unusually strong year for film music, but on the battlefield of musical excellence, James Horner arguably carried the day. Even coming … Read More

UNEXPECTED NEW EDITION OF STAR TREK II FROM LA-LA LAND: OUR EXCLUSIVE REVIEW

August 17, 2021 | | 7 Comments

Since the release of Intrada’s extended edition of The Land Before Time in October 2020, which presented 15 minutes of unreleased music, we had been feverishly waiting for a new album for 10 months. The surprise comes … Read More

INTERVIEWS

JAMES HORNER – FIVE YEARS AFTER – SIX FULL TESTIMONIALS

June 24, 2020 | | One Comment

As we indicated when we published our James Horner – Five Years After tribute video, some testimonials had been shortened in order not to extend the length of the video too much and to give each participant a fair presence. … Read More

ONCE UPON A FOREST – AN INTERVIEW WITH DIRECTOR CHARLES GROSVENOR

June 22, 2019 | | One Comment

Hot on the heels of A Far Off Place and just prior to Searching For Bobby Fischer (both 1993), James Horner was asked by producer David Kirschner to score a modestly budgeted animation movie called Once Upon a Forest. Kirschner … Read More