Tweet As I sit here watching the Golden Globes and seeing all the awards being presented for movies and TV shows that I’ve mostly seen, I’m struck again by the power of movie music. The power of movie music is geared to its ability to enhance the plot and the audience experience, but some composers […]
Tweet This is something that I’ve always wondered. Growing up in the 50’s and 60’s, I heard lots of wonderful movie music. Some of my favorites were “Theme from a Summer Place” “Moon River” from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” lots of cowboy movie music and of course all the Disney movies that came out during my […]
Tweet When I was in high school, I was introduced to the Swingle Singers, singing their fabulous arrangements of Bach preludes and fugues, Scarlatti sonatas, and all kinds of wondrous musical confections. Only in my later years have I even become familiar with the music of people like Jerome Kern and even then, only […]
Tweet Yesterday, we had our usual Sunday afternoon “Healing Music 101” class. We had such a wonderful discussion that I thought my readers would be interested to know what some of the ideas that emerged were. The theme of the day was sharing some specific pieces that make us feel: sad, angry, scared or happy/energized. […]
Tweet Do you like movies? Do you like movie music? Do you like John Williams movie themese? Then you’re going to love this…and be amazed! Enjoy! Do you like John Williams? If so, you’re going to love these renderings of various John Williams movie themes, all done by one person!