They already are. And various composers that were alive during the age of cinema have written musical scores.raptornx01 wrote:Surface of the sun - John Murphy
Hauntingly beautiful piece
You know, I sometimes wonder if scores will get the kind of recognition, and respect, in decades and centuries to come, that classical composers of the past get.
I mean, there really isn't a fundamental difference there. When you get right down to it, alot of the classical compositions themselves were, in a way, scores. Either to books, to events in someone's life, or some narrative that existed in the composers' minds.
Gioachino Rossini wrote:Monsieur Wagner has good moments, but awful quarters of an hour!
Edgar Wilson Nye wrote:I have been told that Wagner's music is better than it sounds.
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky wrote:After the last notes of Gotterdammerung I felt as though I had been let out of prison.
The Mad Collector wrote:Whose version are you listening to Tony? I've got several sets but probably prefer the Solti
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