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Happy Holidays! The December edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this month's cover story, DARIO MARIANELLI examines Winston Churchill in his score to Joe Wright’s DARKEST HOUR. Also this issue, JOHN DEBNEY and JOSEPH TRAPANESE flip for THE GREATEST SHOWMAN; ROLFE KENT appreciates the small things in Alexander Payne’s DOWNSIZING; a plea for Lincoln Center to respect music during end titles; Cary Wong’s 2017 MEMO TO THE ACADEMY MUSIC BRANCH; the conclusion of our series "Directors Who Yield Great Scores," this time featuring RIDLEY SCOTT and PAUL VERHOEVEN; a FRANZ WAXMAN Gold Rush looks at the music of REBECCA; a concert review of SYMPHONIC STAR WARS at the Royal Albert Hall; a review of the STAR WARS: EPISODE VIII – THE LAST JEDI album; a MAURICE JARRE “Ear of the Mont”; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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