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Music 489: Film Scoring: Home

Course Description

Successful completion of this class will allow students:

1. To develop a practical understanding and approach to film scoring.

2. To develop an appreciation of film composition as an art form.

3. To have a practical ability of the creative and technical process of film composition.

4. Seek to develop a balance between the career and spiritual well-being.

5. Ultimately, to gain a greater fascination and increased skill of film composition.

Video

Published on Jun 23, 2015
At TED2005, James Horner gave a talk on composing film scores — an unusual art form where one artist works in service of another’s vision. Horner died on June 22, 2015, and while TED has never been able to share his full 15-minute talk because it contains film clips that require rights clearance, they were able to share this portion of it.

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