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The December edition of FSM ONLINE is now live for your reading and listening pleasure. This month’s cover story is THE SOUND OF PRESTIGE, coverage of an assortment of scores for Oscar bait projects. First up is MARTIN PHIPPS, who teams with Ridley Scott and Joaquin Phoenix to create a new sound for NAPOLEON. Riding alongside are JERSKIN FENDRIX, who makes his film music debut on Yorgos Lanthimos’ POOR THINGS; ANTHONY WILLIS, fresh off the huge success of M3GAN, rejoining Emerald Fennell for SALTBURN; and Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch, who follows up her work on LIVING with a haunting score for ALL OF US STRANGERS. Also this issue are an interview with MIKE MATESSINO about his work on the Super Deluxe album of THE SOUND OF MUSIC; Erik Heine breaks down the best cues in Laura Karpman’s written score to THE MARVELS in the conclusion of his latest Project; longtime Disney arranger and orchestrator DAVE METZGER gets his dream assignment in the form of the animated feature WISH; Cary Wong preaches to the ACADEMY MUSIC BRANCH; TYLER STRICKLAND gets to the heart of Sylvester Stallone in SLY; a HOOK SCORE RESTORE puts some JOHN WILLIAMS back where it belongs; Daniel Azevedo offers a report from the WSAs in Ghent; a LAURENCE ROSENTHAL-themed Ear of the Month; plenty of album reviews, including ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE, THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW and BLOOD SIMPLE: THE DELUXE EDITION; plus embedded audio clips, and more. Enjoy!


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February 24
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