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The horrific and terrifying October edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, Marco Beltrami’s score for THE THING prequel makes the coveted cover. Also in this issue are an audio interview with CHRISTOPHER GORDON, including the world premiere of his new score for CRAWL; a JOHN WILLIAMS Score Restore from 1941; MONEYBALL composer MYCHAEL DANNA on the similarities between film composing and general managing the Oakland Athletics; a report from the NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL (with music updates on MELANCHOLIA, BEN-HUR, A DANGEROUS METHOD and more); DEBORAH LURIE talking about FOOTLOOSE; legendary songwriter RICHARD SHERMAN reflecting on his long career; Tony Blondal talks orchestration; as well as WONG’S TURN, plenty of embedded audio clips, and more. 

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