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Mostly it has come down to his relationship with JJ Abrams. A mixture of action, science fiction and drama, the show focuses on forty-eight plane crash survivors stranded on a mysterious island. It became a worldwide television event with audiences surpassing seventeen millions per week during the latest season, many reviewers of the series remarking on the consistently strong music by Giacchino.
The short opening cue to the album is the main theme, composed by J. It is essentially an electronic chord cluster of more dramatic than musical value. All are basically built upon dense string ostinati, Herrmannesque percussion, harsh brass clusters, always underlined by a firm rhythm.
Similar techniques were used by John Frizzell in his score for Stay Alive, but Giacchino goes even further, employing a dirty and dated sound for the trombones, noticeable especially at their trademarked glissando, or when performed with the mute. The music gained an even wider and longer-sustained currency during the s in advertising for cigarettes. In the sequel film there were three sequels all suffering, if I remember correctly, from the usual law relating to sequels and quality degradation.
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For Return of the Magnificent Seven, Bernstein re-used the original score. In addition he re-recorded it for an album. The present, fairly brief, CD for which timings are not given on the leaflet is a reissue for the first time on CD, of that album plus three atmospheric tracks of OST dialogue. The score has all the zing and freshness you will expect from a receptive pupil of Copland.
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Well, listen to the last five minutes of the last movement of the symphony. I dare to say that the hallmark track main theme is more instantly and enduringly appealing than anything his teacher Copland wrote - powerful and heavens-striding music.Mac Miller - Self Care
The theme, quite properly, returns throughout the disc. There are other elements, of course. Once the Internet is as pleasant to use as old media, it will win if it provides services that take advantages of the interaction and integration offered by the new media. Distributing high-quality video over the Internet does not mean that television networks will simply go online.
There is no reason that Star Trek and the evening news should come over the same channel or from the same company.
The only reason this is done now, is that both shows have to share the same broadcast frequency. It would be a much better solution to integrate video clips of news with text coverage of the same news and to link both to background analysis and educational resources. Most of the video clips in these integrated services will be very brief since users want to retain control of the interaction and set the pace of their information consumption.
Much longer and users get bored and want to get back to interacting. Also, the videos have to be tied into the rest of the service and integrated with text, image databases, computer animations under user control, and much more. In addition to the short, integrated video clipsthere will also be longer videos available over the Internet.
Movies and one-hour productions will remain popular for fiction, because storytelling often works best in a linear format where the user abandons responsibility and simply absorbs the plot as envisioned by the author. Even these linear productions will be distributed over the Internet: Video-on-demand will require better user interfaces than currently known people won't suffer through reading a manual to watch a game showbut we do have at least five years in which to invent these designs before the Internet is fast enough to replace television networks.
Even though integrated video has to wait for higher bandwidth, it is possible to integrate text-only or text-plus-photos publishing formats today. Services can integrate the spectrum from immediate news over background analysis to archival information.
The Wall Street Journal's integration of company handbook information with the ability to retrieve old articles about the same companies results in an online service that is more valuable than either feature alone - and much more valuable than any single day's news.
Death of the Media, Not the People Even though I predict the death of legacy media formats, I think that most of the people working in these media have a glorious future. There will continue to be a need for writers, editors, photographers, camerapeople, video producers, on-screen talent and actors, and many others.