This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, A Conversation with Michael Giacchino. We’ll talk with one of the most acclaimed composers working in Hollywood today. Michael Giacchino has scored films including Up, The Incredibles, JJ Abrams’ Star Trek and the upcoming Jurassic World on the next edition of The Score.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, An Animated Christmas. We’ll sample music from some of holiday-themed animation, including Arthur Christmas, The Polar Express and How the Grinch Stole Christmas on the next edition of The Score.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, A conversation with John Debney, composer of the Oscar-winning score to The Passion of the Christ. We’ll talk about his work on that film, as well as Iron Man 2, Predators, and literally dozens of others on the next edition of The Score.
This week we focus on scores that are based in part on well-known classical pieces. We’ll hear variations on Tchaikovsky, Henry Purcell and more, in films including The Black Swan, and Pride and Prejudice on the next edition of The Score.
The undead are more popular than ever. This year’s Halloween Show features music from vampire films, including The Twilight Saga, Nosferatu, Dark Shadows, and of course Dracula on the next edition of The Score.
Music from films about bold and brilliant acts of thievery. We’’ll hear music from heist films, including The Ladykillers, The Thomas Crown Affair, The Usual Suspects and more on the next edition of The Score.
When the journey is more important than the destination, we celebrate the great American ritual known as the Road Trip. We’ll hear music from films including Little Miss Sunshine, Sideways, Philomena and more on the next edition of The Score.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, Authors on Screen. We’ll hear great music from films about authors including Misery, Sunset Boulevard, Shakespeare in Love and more on the next edition of The Score.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, The Tartan and The Thistle. As the country prepares for an historic vote on independence from the U-K, we’ll hear music from films about Scotland, including Braveheart, Rob Roy, Local Hero and more on the next edition of The Score.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, The Scores of Sherlock Holmes. Scores from Sherlock Holmes adventures, from the classic Basil Rathbone series to contemporary versions starring Robert Downey Junior and Benedict Cumberbatch.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, Cars, A Love Affair. Americans love their cars and the movies made about them. We’ll hear scores from films including the Fast and The Furious franchise, Clint Eastwood’s Gran Torino and of course Pixar’s Cars.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, Music for Ancient Worlds, how film composers have imagined the music of ancient civilizations. We’ll hear scores for films including Alexander, The Ten Commandments, and more.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, Summer Blockbusters. They’re designed to have mass appeal, and earn lots of money. And sometimes, they also have terrific scores. We’ll hear music from Summer Blockbusters, including Godzilla, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Maleficient and more.
We talk with British composer Carl Davis about his scores for classic TV series like Upstairs Downstairs and Pride & Prejudice, and his compositions for silent films from the 1920s including Ben-Hur, Napoleon, The Phantom of the Opera and more.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, Prequels. Music from films that provide the back-story. We’ll hear scores to prequels, including The Phantom Menace, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Oz the Great and Powerful and more.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, A Conversation with John Ottman. We talk with John Ottman about his work as both composer and film editor. We’ll hear his music from films including The Usual Suspects, Valkyrie and X-Men 2.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone, Rejected Scores. Part two of our show about rejected scores, including Alan Silvestri’s music from Mission Impossible, and the unheard original score for the movie Troy.
They’re loving and kind and caring, most of them, anyway. On this show, music from films about truly terrible mothers. We’ll hear scores from the Manchurian Candidate, Mommie Dearest and, of course, Psycho.
We’ll hear excerpts from this year’s Oscar-nominated film scores: The Book Thief, Gravity, Her, Philomena and Saving Mr. Banks. We’ll also talk to some of the nominated composers including Alexandre Desplat and Thomas Newman
Our guest is conductor John Mauceri, who helps us celebrate Valentine’s Day with music from his CD Always and Forever with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. We’ll hear romantic film music including excerpts from The Age of Innocence and An Affair to Remember; plus a rare recording of Erich Wolfgang Korngold playing one of his scores… Read more »
They may not be household names, but orchestrators play an important role in the development of a film score. We’ll talk with Dave Metzger about his craft and his work on Frozen, The Avengers, Kung Fu Panda and more.
The late Peter O’Toole was one of the most versatile actors in film history. But he’s perhaps best remembered for his work on sweeping historical dramas like Lawrence of Arabia and The Lion in Winter. We’ll hear some of the music that helped make O’Toole’s classic performances so memorable.
This week on The Score with Edmund Stone: 2017 Academy Awards. Our annual visit to the Oscars includes all five nominations in the Best Original Score category: La La Land, Lion, Jackie, Passengers, and Moonlight; plus interviews with several of their composers on the next edition of The Score. Tune in to All Classical Portland this Saturday, February 18 at 2PM. www.allclassical.org/... See MoreSee Less
Joe's Violin is a remarkable documentary short and one of my top Oscar nominations this year. This is a beautiful, current story in every way. It will move you and possibly change hearts in a good way. The power of music, those who bring it to life, and the lives behind the music, make this especially important today. I feel this video should be seen now, by everyone. I hope you enjoy the experience you are about to be a part of. - Edmund Stone... See MoreSee Less
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This week on The Score with Edmund Stone: Love-Hate Relationships. We'll hear music from films about love-hate relationships like The Painted Veil, Pride and Prejudice, The Taming of the Shrew and more on the next edition of The Score. Tune into All Classical Portland this Saturday, February 11 at 2PM. www.allclassical.org/... See MoreSee Less