Knowing the Score Film Composers Talk about the Art, Craft, Blood, Sweat, and Tears of Writing for Cinema

ISBN-10: 0380804824
ISBN-13: 9780380804825
Edition: 2000
Authors: David Morgan
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Book details

List price: $14.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 12/5/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Panel
The Art of Film Musicp. 1
You Can't Go Home Again: David Shire on Return to Ozp. 18
Suspicion Breeds Confidence: Michael Kamen on Brazilp. 25
Getting a Foot in the Doorp. 33
Unto the Breach: Patrick Doyle on Henry Vp. 40
Scissors Cur Paper Wraps Stone: Collaborationp. 47
Backward Prison Gangs, Scandinavian Hymns, "Danny Boy," and Yodeling: Carter Burwell on the Coen Brothersp. 57
Immersion: Beginning the Processp. 72
Bait-and-Switch: Elmer Bernstein on The Griftersp. 96
Collaboration with Other Composersp. 101
A Friend Like Me: Alan Menken on Howard Ashman and the Rebirth of the Film Musicalp. 104
Bending the Rulesp. 130
Sounds of Apocalypse: John Corigliano on Altered Statesp. 131
Life in Transformation: Phillip Glass on Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsip. 141
The Driving Force: Elia Cmiral on Roninp. 153
Period Piecesp. 162
Steeping Yourself in the Culture: Carter Burwell on Rob Royp. 164
Mythmaker: Basil Poledouris on Conan the Barbarianp. 167
The Shape of the Sound: Orchestrationp. 176
Carnival of the Animals: Mark Isham on Never Cry Wolf and Fly Away Homep. 185
It's "The Francie Brady Show": Elliot Goldenthal on The Butcher Boyp. 195
Adaptationp. 202
Everything Old Is New Again: Elmer Bernstein on Reinventing Cape Fearp. 204
Dream State: Jocelyn Pook on Eyes Wide Shutp. 212
Like a Duet: Patrick Doyle on Love's Labour's Lostp. 220
Recordingp. 226
Codap. 232
The Organic Scorep. 236
A Reflection, Like the Moon on Water: Philip Glass on Kundunp. 238
Playing with Paradoxes: Mychael Danna on The Sweet Hereafterp. 244
Provenance: John Corigliano on The Red Violinp. 258
I'll Show Thee Wondrous Things, That Highly May Advantage Thee to Hear: Elliot Goldenthal on Titusp. 267
Lost and Found: Robert Townson on Alex North, 2001, and the Art of the Soundtrack Albump. 277
End Titlesp. 290
Appendixp. 299
Indexp. 303
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

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