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The September edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. This month's cover story is an examination of the latest rage in movie music concerts: live-to-screen productions of entire scores played to their respective feature-length films. DAVID NEWMAN, MICHAEL GIACCHINO and others discuss where they see the trend going. Also this issue, DARIO MARIANELLI reaches for new heights with his score to EVEREST; violinist ANNE AKIKO MEYERS talks about her new release, Serenade: The Love Album; Kyle Renick's in-depth look at the scores from 1965 comes to a close; SEAN CALLERY chats about his work on HOMELAND, JESSICA JONES and MINORITY REPORT; KEVIN KLIESCH discusses the Disney Junior princess program SOFIA THE FIRST; the truly weird THE CREEPING TERROR is unmasked by documentarians PETE and JOHN SCHUERMANN; Soundtrack Obscurities dusts off some HANS ZIMMER gems; Score Restore compares the two scores of K2, by ZIMMER and CHAZ JANKEL; Gold Rush’s look at MAX STEINER reaches its end; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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