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21 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Horner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Horner, often where they are interviewed.

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21 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Horner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Horner, often where they are interviewed.

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James Horner: Sus últimos scores

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Nos dijo adiós con 61 años y, por desgracia, los aficionados no hemos podido disfrutar de más obras maestras. Hablo de James Horner, un icono dentro de la música de cine. El programa está centrado en sus últimos 10 scores, resumen de un estilo profundamente académico. Son los siguientes: Avatar (War) - The Karate Kid (The final contest); Oro negro (A kingdom of oil) – Cristiada (Just another chapter of history); The Amazing Spider-Man (Oscorp Tower) – El último lobo (Return to the wild); Living in the age of airplanes (Opening sequence) – Redención (Hope vs. Escobar); Los 33: Una historia de esperanza (The 33) – Los siete magníficos (Seven riders).
Sintonía compuesta por Curro Martín. Voz de Pablo Silicato.
Nov 03 2020 · 59mins
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Bonus Interview: Remembering James Horner

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Bonus Interview. BLOCKBUSTER series creator Matt Schrader reveals an interview with James Cameron from his film Score: A Film Music Documentary about the life and legacy of James Horner.

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Aug 21 2020 · 17mins

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La Sonata de Términa 3x12 - Especial James Horner

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Nuevo y último programa posadero de nuestra tercera temporada. Hoy rendimos homenaje a uno de los mejores compositores de todos los tiempos, James Horner.

En esta Sonata de Términa nos adentramos en la vida y la obra de este mítico compositor, descubriendo sus secretos, su estructura musical y sobre todo, sus magníficas bandas sonoras.

Star Trek, Krull, Aliens, Willow, Cocoon, Comando, En Busca del Valle Encantado, Casper, Braveheart, Leyendas de Pasión, Titanic, Una Mente Maravillosa, Jumanji, El Nombre de la Rosa, Rocketeer, Apollo 13, Avatar y muchas bandas sonoras más os esperan en este tributo a un genio durante más de 3 horas.

Junto a Loren López como maestro de ceremonias repasaremos cronológicamente sus scores, aquellas músicas que sirvieron para otorgar alma y personalidad a innumerables producciones de todo tipo y géneros durante más de 3 décadas.

Descubre porqué Horner era/es uno de los más grandes y qué le hacía diferente respecto a otros compañeros de profesión. Si te gusta el cine y la buena música estas en el lugar adecuado. Ponte cómodo ¡y disfruta!
Aug 01 2020 · 3hr 26mins
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The Flagship Show: James Horner End Credit Suites

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In today’s program, we’ll be paying tribute once again to two-time Academy Award-winning composer James Horner. It has been five years since his tragic death and CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO once again is paying tribute to the composer by playing more of his music.

Back in the 1970s, James Horner dreamt of a career as a concert composer, but it was film scoring that was to be his true calling, and it would take him 30 years to finally return to the concert hall with Pas De Deux. One can argue that Horner was always writing concert works as he broke convention by producing extended cues that retained the long-form structures observed in classical music. End Credits similarly offered Horner the opportunity to write pure music which could be enjoyed without visuals; stand-alone compositions that developed the thematic and motivic material introduced in the score, but free of any narrative, dramatic tone or tempo obligations from their cinematic counterpart.

On today’s program we will be playing end credit cues composed by James Horner from such films as A BEAUTIFUL MIND, CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER, GLORY, WHERE THE RIVER RUNS BLACK, RANSOM, ONCE UPON A FOREST, LIVING IN THE AGE OF AIRPLANES and many more.

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Jun 30 2020 · 1hr 30mins

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"An American Tail: Fievel Goes West" (Produced by Steven Spielberg, Starring James Stewart, Directed by Phil Nibbelink, Music by James Horner)

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A long chat about watching this film when I was 4 years old and what it means to me.

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Jun 21 2020 · 16mins
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1.15 Spring Break, James Horner at the Piano, and Epilogue

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Season 1 finale — Single-mindedness can be a good thing when pursuing a single task — But life is many tasks — Throwing the thoughts out into the winds — The good ones will come back — Close Encounters of the Third Kind — Field of Dreams — Clearing out some things — Reminders of things forgotten for some time — Discussion featuring Philip Glass and Godfrey Reggio — Director of the Qatsi trilogy — Opening up vistas — The nature of Koyaanisqatsi — To present something but not tell you how to take it — Room for the audience — Link on Twitter — Philip Glass's Twitter account — An experience that stirs up things — Completing the work — "A Conversation with Godfrey Reggio and Philip Glass" from WBUR CitySpace — "The Grid" — Perfect time to watch Koyaanisqatsi — Northern Exposure (1990s) — Mixing up things — Ray Kinsella recap — His limit of aggression within the family — Different matter in other contexts — Someone steps over a certain line — The wellbeing of his family — A matter of defending — A place for anger as long as remaining in control — "James Horner Discusses Field of Dreams" (12 mins.) featuring Horner and director Phil Alden Robinson — Intuitive and creatively sharp people — The right instincts — A respect between them — When James Horner sits at the piano — Appreciating the moment — It takes a special soul to create something with that kind of simplicity and beauty — The night drive scene — Terence Mann played by James Earl Jones — That music is not any one single emotion — Lemon-ginger infusion — Voice boost — A warm drink or cold — Looking at my notes — A few dreams — City driving dream, 6 to 7 pm on a Saturday — To do with trust and knowing someone well — Dream with a waterway and girders — Seals — Student group dream — Season 1 epilogue — This podcast — Working on books, screenplays, and music — Some overlap — Expressing your thoughts and feelings in your own voice — Every voice is unique — Ray Bradbury: "The April Witch" — Spring — "How could I stay for so long away from this beauty?" — What is important in life and what isn't — It's possible to forget beauty — Some series only want you to watch another episode — Season-concluding thoughts — Pilot season — Remember fire safety — Baking paper — Just me — Take care

May 09 2020 · 20mins
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Episode 29 - James Horner's 'Titanic'

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In this episode, Justin breaks down the importance of Film Music Fridays, and Horner’s epic Academy-Award winning score.

Mar 20 2020 · 7mins
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James Horner's GLORY

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Feb 18 2020 · 3mins
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The Life and Music of James Horner Part I - Special Edition (Radio Documentary)

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CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO is proud to be the distributor of the first part of Jason Drury’s epic tribute to James Horner. The first of Jason Drury’s 3-part story on one of the finest composers in movie history begins with an overview of James Horner’s music in the 1980s including musical selections from BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS, STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN, BRAINSTORM, COCOON, ALIENS, GLORY and many more.

This new re-edited edition by Jason Drury includes more music, an additional interview segment, and re-recorded narration from Amanda Barrow.

Contributors include Nick Redman, Chris Malone, Jason Needs, Jeff Bond, Robert Daniels, Dirk Wickenden, Conrad Pope and Erik Woods.
The program also includes excerpts from BAFTA’s interview with James Horner as part of their “Conversations with Screen Composers” series at the Royal Albert Hall. To listen to the full interview by going to http://guru.bafta.org/james-horner-conversations-with-screen-composers

Narrated by Amanda Barrow. Written, Produced, Recorded and Edited by Jason Drury for CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO. Special thanks to BAFTA, Tim Greiving, David Houquet, Robert Daniels, Erik Woods and especially Amanda Barrow.

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Nov 02 2017 ·
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The Life and Music of James Horner Part III (Radio Documentary)

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CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO is proud to be the distributor of the third and final part of Jason Drury’s epic tribute to the late great composer James Horner.

In paying respects to the memory of James Horner comes the final part of Jason’s overview of the music of one of the finest composers in movie history. The show covers the period from 2000 right up to his untimely death and beyond. The show includes music from THE PERFECT STORM, ENEMY AT THE GATES, A BEAUTIFUL MIND, APOCALYPTO, AVATAR and much more.

Contributors include Nick Redman, Conrad Pope, Tim Burden, Steve Bramson, James Semple, Chris Malone, Robert Daniels, Jeff Bond and Erik Woods.

The program also includes excerpts from BAFTA’s interview with James Horner as part of their Conversations With Screen Composers series at the Royal Albert Hall.

THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF JAMES HORNER was narrated by Amanda Barrow and was written, produced, recorded and edited by Jason Drury.

Jason Drury would like to send a huge thanks to all the people interviewed for this series, including Jason Needs, David Houquet, and Tim Greiving. Special thanks to BAFTA, Robert Daniels, Erik Woods and especially Amanda Barrow.

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Bumper voice artist: Tim Burden
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Jun 30 2017 ·
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