Happy Day After Martin Luther King Day! The January edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story (or stories) is our annual YEAR IN REVIEW roundup, with multiple articles providing comprehensive coverage of the best and worst in both new scores, soundtrack restorations, the latest film music trends and more. Also in this issue are an incisive interview with rising Polish composer ABEL KORZENIOWSKI on Madonna’s Golden-Globe-winning W.E.; TERENCE BLANCHARD discussing his first stab at “action music” for George Lucas’ RED TAILS; a detailed analysis of JOHN WILLIAMS’ score for THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN; BRIAN BYRNE on balancing the demands of Glenn Close’s ALBERT NOBBS; a concert report from the YOUNG MUSICIANS FOUNDATION performance of debut pieces from TINTIN and WAR HORSE; and ILAN ESHKERI on stripping down to the essentials for Ralph Fiennes' CORIOLANUS; plus lots of embedded audio clips, and more.
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