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May Issue of FSM ONLINE Is Live!
Posted By: Tim Curran 5/20/2015 - 2:00 AM
The May edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this month’s cover story, we catch up with BRIAN TYLER and his latest blockbusters: FURIOUS 7 and AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON. Also this issue, CRAIG ARMSTRONG gets romantic in Thomas Vinterberg’s adaptation of FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD; ELLIOT GOLDENTHAL shares his recent theatrical endeavors with GROUNDED and his OTHELLO BALLET; on television, brothers JEFF DANNA and MYCHAEL DANNA score FX’s TYRANT; PHOTEK is mysterious with HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER; British duo SOLOMON GREY discuss their score to J.K. ROWLING’S THE CASUAL VACANCY; KEVIN KINER takes a time out at STAR WARS CELEBRATION 2015 to talk about STAR WARS: REBELS; Gold Rush takes a look at another Viennese wunderkind, MAX STEINER; music producer MAGGIE RODFORD joins Tim Burden in the conclusion of our series on CINDERELLA; Cary Wong checks out recent scores from movies headlined by women; a peek inside the new MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI and GIOVANNI FUSCO box set from Quartet Records; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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Planet Of The Apes The Television Series
Posted By: Thomas Rucki 5/11/2015 - 3:00 AM


We are going to examine the many scores of the science-fiction television series derived from the 1968 feature film Planet Of The Apes, composed by a quartet of artisans (leading maestro Lalo Schifrin followed by Earle Hagen, Richard LaSalle and 20th Century Fox music supervisor Lionel Newman) in 1974, by comparing the original recording and the actual music used and heard in the scenes of the series. It’s a music editor exercice and the tools of the trade are: the soundtrack CD (La-La Land Records, LLLCD 1336, 2015, Disc 1: 58 minutes 51 • Disc 2: 68 minutes 15, Disc 1: 50 tracks • Disc 2: 62 tracks, Limited Edition: 2.000 units, Liner Notes by Jeff Bond) and the DVD of the series (20th Century Fox, 644 minutes, Full Frame, 2001, English and French Languages, English and Spanish Subtitles, Scene Selection).
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