Film Music

Some articles on film music, films, music, film:

Syndicate Musicproduction - Film Music
... Their work can be found in the following films Madagascar (DreamWorks) Stuart Little (Sony Pictures) Just Visiting (Buena Vista) or in TV series such as Ally McBeal Lizzie McGuire The Simpsons The Office (U.S ...
List Of Musicals: A To L - H
... Broadway (1967) and Broadway (1968) musical, book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado, music by Galt MacDermot notable song "Aquarius." Hairspray, Broadway musical (2002 notable song "You Can't ... and Broadway (1965) musical, book by Beverley Cross, music and lyrics by David Heneker Paramount film version (1968) Hallelujah, Baby!, Broadway musical (1967), book by Arthur Laurents ... by Fred Saidy The Happiest Millionaire, Walt Disney film (1967) by Richard M ...
Movie Score Media - Discography
... Barton) MMS07001 Back in Business (Mark Thomas) MMS07002 Marcus The Film Music of George Shaw (George Shaw) MMS07003 Shooting Shona (Laura Rossi ... Tomb (Bill Brown) MMS09018 Rex Steele Nazi Smasher and Other Short Film Scores by Ryan Shore (Ryan Shore) MMS09019 Jasper (Florian Tessloff) MMS09020 Heroes and Villains Attila the Hun ... II La Sombra Prohibida (Arnau Bataller) MMS11004 2012 Supernova The Sci-Fi Film Music of Chris Ridenhour (Chris Ridenhour) MMS11005 The Land That Time ...
Music Of Bollywood - Cultural Impact
... Indian cinema, with its characteristic film music, has not only spread all over Indian society, but also been on the forefront of the spread of India's culture around the world ... In Britain, Hindi film songs are heard in restaurants and on radio channels dedicated to Asian music ... The British dramatist Sudha Bhuchar converted a Hindi film hit Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! into a hit musical "Fourteen Songs" which was well received by the British audience ...

Famous quotes containing the words film music, music and/or film:

    Film music should have the same relationship to the film drama that somebody’s piano playing in my living room has to the book I am reading.
    Igor Stravinsky (1882–1971)

    If you really believe music is dangerous, you should let it go in one ear and out the other.
    José Bergamín (1895–1983)

    The woman’s world ... is shown as a series of limited spaces, with the woman struggling to get free of them. The struggle is what the film is about; what is struggled against is the limited space itself. Consequently, to make its point, the film has to deny itself and suggest it was the struggle that was wrong, not the space.
    Jeanine Basinger (b. 1936)