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The staggering April edition of FSM ONLINE is now live for your viewing and listening pleasure. In this issue, you’ll find Part 1 of Tim Burden’s fabulous audio sit-down with PATRICK DOYLE, where the composer warmly discusses THOR in detail, including taking his new themes right to the piano for us to hear (also featured are extensive SCORE ALBUM EXCERPTS from Thor). Also this month are a long-awaited interview with JOHN POWELL on his adventurous RIO work; the second installment of our FILM COMPOSER WIVES series, featuring SANDRA SILVESTRI and LOLA DEBNEY; MARCO BELTRAMI gets busy with SCREAM 4, SOUL SURFER and THE THING prequel; a blow-by-blow account of the HOWARD SHORE/LORD OF THE RINGS FESTIVAL in Switzerland (written by Jim Ware); Kyle Renick's comprehensive survey on MUSIC FOR PIRATE MOVIES; CHRISTOPHER LENNERTZ on the bunny bonanza HOP; Newton Howard-protegé CHRIS BACON rises to the challenge of SOURCE CODE; INON ZUR discusses his work on the video game DRAGON AGE II; tons of reviews, embedded audio clips, and more. 

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This might be the most jam-packed issue of FSMO ever, folks. Be sure to check it out!

Tim

Can't wait to read the feature on pirate music!

hmm.. could be good. especially Scream 4 and Thor articles would be essential for me right now... too bad I just can't subscribe.

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