From “Fences” to “The Founder,” “Gold” to “Miss Sloane,” and “Live by Night to “Patriots Day,” many of this year’s scores took their cue from the strong characters that were central to each story…
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Carter Burwell has waded into unfamiliar waters, having earned his first Oscar nomination for scoring the drama "Carol," and doing the requisite rounds on the awards season circuit. The film…
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At ASCAP's 26th annual Film & Television Music Awards on Thursday, the parade of composers receiving kudos for music from 2010's top B.O. earners included James Horner ("The Karate Kid"), Hans Zimmer…
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