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• Posted by Cap Stewart
• Date: Friday, June 23, 2006, at 8:26 a.m.
• IP Address: adsl-150-225-211.tys.bellsouth.net


I happened to catch part of a film music themed show on NPR last night, featuring the New York Philharmonic (canít remember what the name of the show was). The first half showcased film score selections by Bernard Hermann and was narrated by Martin Scorsese. During the second half, the NY Phil performed selections by John Williams, narrated by Steven Spielberg. Both parts of the show were conducted by John Williams. The parts I heard were pretty good.

The show can be heard for a limited time at the following link:

https://nyphil.org/attend/broadcasts/index.cfm?page=broadcastDetail&broadcastKey=72

Cap


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