Written by Co-Host, Christopher Moore
Written well, music gives voice to a film, an emotional voice that elevates the film and makes it remarkable. I consider myself privileged to have been aware of music early enough in my childhood to appreciate its impact as it related to my enjoyment of a film. This includes the work of maestro James Horner. Earlier this year, when Leonard Nimoy died, I played music from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan in memoriam. As if that symmetry wasn’t enough, Horner scored an aviation documentary that Harrison Ford narrated. Ford recently survived a plane crash, while tragic irony finds us losing Horner in similar circumstances.
Regardless of the circumstances, when you let music into your life, wherever it comes, from and however it appears, it’s a pretty special experience. Horner’s work punctuated…
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