Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Movie Music

"Of all the many different film genres, the composer biopic is one of the scroungiest. The tones of these films range all over the map, from the show-bizzy extroversion of Yankee Doodle Dandy (George M. Cohan) to the hambone fruitiness of Two Loves Had I…Puccini to the many-layered high intellectualism of Harvest of Sorrow (Rachmaninoff and exile)."

For the full story, please see Opera News.

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