Mozart Went To The Movies is a three-part series on the history of orchestral film music, from its roots in European concert halls to its use in cutting edge multimedia.
Part One: The Orchestra Comes to The Odeon
Silent movies were never silent. We trace the orchestra's journey from the opera house to the movie house.
Part Two: Escaping to Hollywood
How Jewish refugees from Nazi Europe forever changed the sound of movie music.
Part Three: Space Operas and The Digital Age
Star Wars marks the return of the epic orchestral score. And we'll hear how the classic movie sound is influencing digital media, and creating new audiences for symphonic music.
This week on The Score, with Edmund Stone, Teachers. Teachers are shown in various roles on screen, mostly good, and we’ll explore a few of them on The Score from Good Will Hunting and Dead Poet Society to Mr. Holland’s Opus, the Harry Potter movies, and more
This week on The Score, with Edmund Stone, A Look Into the Future. Letting imagination run wild with movies showing the future of our world, including Fahrenheit 451, Terminator, Tomorrowland, and more.
Entertaining movies and their scores highlighting prison escapes, including The Great Escape, The Shawshank Redemption and, to show it’s not always about humans, Chicken Run.
This week on The Score, with Edmund Stone, Scores That Should Have Won An Oscar. Scores under discussion include Batman, Gladiator, Edward Scissorhands, and more.