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The April edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story features MARK ISHAM and his sweeping score for the JACKIE ROBINSON biopic 42. Also in this issue are JOSEPH TRAPANESE discussing his collaboration with M83 on the score for Tom Cruise’s OBLIVION; an interview with ROQUE BAÑOS on his score for the EVIL DEAD remake; a 20th anniversary analysis of John Williams’ JURASSIC PARK; an audio interview with LEE HOLDRIDGE on DULCE ROSA, his new opera for Plácido Domingo; a JERRY GOLDSMITH/DAVID AMRAM-themed TORN PAGES; Garry Schyman’s BIOSHOCK INFINITE; checking back in with NFL Films composer SAM SPENCE; a HORN SOLO-themed EAR OF THE MONTH; more embedded audio clips, and more.
 
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