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The December edition of FSM ONLINE is live! This month’s cover story wraps up the end of 2019 in style: HOWARD SHORE discusses cantorial tradition and his music for THE SONG OF NAMES; NATHAN JOHNSON gets in on cousin Rian Johnson's KNIVES OUT; CARTER BURWELL scores Bill Condon's THE GOOD LIAR, then takes a crash course in television for THE MORNING SHOW; and MARCELO ZARVOS swims through DARK WATERS with Mark Ruffalo. Also in this issue, DANIEL LOPATIN polishes the new Adam Sandler drama UNCUT GEMS; the last half of Erik Heine’s EMERGING COMPOSERS OF THE 2010s, including MAX RICHTER and LUDWIG GÖRANSSON; a new COUNTERPOINT debate pits complete score albums against curated cues; WONG'S TURN delivers an ode to the maestro, JOHN WILLIAMS; Downbeat gets to know JOHN KOUTSELINIS; a new EAR OF THE MONTH CONTEST; lots of album reviews, including THE MANDALORIAN: CHAPTER 1 and CHAPTER 2, KNIVES OUT, THE AERONAUTS and MARRIAGE STORY; more embedded audio clips, and more. Enjoy!

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