πŸ‘ What makes the ultimate film soundtrack?

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There is a universal relatability to a brilliant film score, even in fragments. Morricone is credited for (re)defining the sound of the Western (although his music obviously went much further than that); meanwhile, US composer John Williams summons otherworldly adventures, across the Star Wars and Superman sagas, ET and more. When Brand reminisces about leaving a busy cinema screening of Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), I instantly think of Williams’s five-note UFO synth motif: β€œEvery single one of us in the crowd looked up at the sky when we walked out,” said Brand. β€œSuddenly, we were in a world where that was possible. I wanted the real world to be like film… and music is the thing that will allow you to do that.”

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