Score: A Film Music Documentary

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The film composer's job is to enhance the emotions the director puts in the film, or sometimes cover for what the director fails to provide. This documentary is an appreciation of an overlooked and mostly unnoticed art form. It chronicles the seminal importance of Max Steiner's score for King Kong, which heralded the significance of background music in the early sound era, the "golden age" of film scoring (roughly 1945–65), and the modern era of synthesiz...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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