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The May edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story is an in-depth audio interview with ALAN SILVESTRI on THE AVENGERS. Also in this issue are coverage of THE ELFMAN PROJECT, including a report from the first concert, and an interview with conductor DAVID NEWMAN; a chat with Borat’s brother ERRAN BARON COHEN about his music for THE DICTATOR; a gigantic, fire-breathing survey of MUSIC IN DRAGON MOVIES; a conversation on the art and business of scoring trailers with AUDIOMACHINE; CHRISTOPHER GUNNING talking about the Queen; an Olympic-themed WONG’S TURN; a look at J.S. Zamencik’s score for WINGS (1927); a new COMPOSER’S CORNER; and much more. 

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