Oscars: Best Score
Oscars: Best Song
One of cinema's all-time great composers is the subject of a massive new soundtrack box set.
That sound you're hearing on Fox's new action drama "Human Target"? It's the noise that 50 or 60 musicians can make.
"The Princess and the Frog" score has been ruled ineligible by the Academy music-branch.
Few know that the recording session of Aretha Franklin's 1972 album "Amazing Grace" was captured on film by Sydney Pollack.
In a year that contains some of the best songs written for films in recent memory, the nominating process will face more scrutiny than ever and could render even fewer choices
Composer Alan Silvestri faced a monumental challenge when director Robert Zemeckis asked for "a classic Christmas song" at the end of his 3D re-imagining of "A Christmas Carol."
"The Princess and the Frog" passed muster with the traditionally restrictive music branch's exec committee.
One of the elements that distinguishes "How I Met Your Mother" from other sitcoms is its surprising and often clever use of music.
Mounting a film adaptation of a Broadway musical is never easy, but when the original songwriter is still around and asked to participate, it can be both thrilling and devastating.
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