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tharpdevenport April 19 2010 07:52 PM

Taking questions for an interview with...
 
TOS composer Gerald Fried!


What a super nice guy, too. :techman:


Will be taking them for two weeks, at which time I will turn them in to Mr. Fried.

Doug Otte April 20 2010 04:53 PM

Re: Taking questions for an interview with...
 
"What music and composers influenced your work?"

Thanks.
Doug

tharpdevenport April 29 2010 06:05 PM

Re: Taking questions for an interview with...
 
Just a reminder: taking questions for about one more week, then I'll turn them in.

jwb April 30 2010 01:37 AM

Re: Taking questions for an interview with...
 
My question: Star Trek loved to track parts of old scores into new episodes. Did you ever watch an episode you had nothing to do with and realize, "Hey, that's my music!"?

-jwb-
jwbraun.com

xortex April 30 2010 02:07 AM

Re: Taking questions for an interview with...
 
What did he think of Goldsmith's score for TMP and does he see that as the way Trek music in the future should go.

tharpdevenport May 14 2010 12:16 AM

Re: Taking questions for an interview with...
 
Gerald Fried's interview is now up:
http://www.RejectedFilmScores.150m.c...rview.html#TOP

I hope you all enjoy. If the "jump to" feature doesn't work, scroll down a little; the ad coding messes with it sometimes, and I had to move it down so it didn't lap over the banner.

Harvey May 14 2010 12:58 AM

Re: Taking questions for an interview with...
 
It doesn't seem to work with the "www." on my computer, but removing it does allow the link to work:

http://rejectedfilmscores.150m.com/g...rview.html#TOP

Doug Otte May 14 2010 03:51 PM

Re: Taking questions for an interview with...
 
Favorite composers: "Bartok, Copland, Stavinsky." Three of my favorites as well.

Is it too much of a stretch to say that the "Amok Time" fight theme has elements of all three, or am I falling into a placebo effect?

Doug

xortex May 15 2010 12:24 AM

Re: Taking questions for an interview with...
 
Damn. I forgot to ask him how he defines his style and has it changed over the years or for different projects. I forgot about this thread. I guess he would say what we could all hear I guess, Stravinsky, Bartok, Prokofiev and Copland and fiercly and ruggedly American of the 50s and 60's.


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