Music for Robin Williams

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Saturday, August 16, 2014

A still from 'What Dreams May Come' featuring Robin Williams A still from 'What Dreams May Come' featuring Robin Williams

The late actor Robin Williams was best known for his antic wit. But in his film roles Williams showed an interest in portraying a wide range of emotions in stories full of heart and tenderness.

David Garland presents music reflecting those qualities, composed for films that starred Williams, including Michael Kamen's "What Dreams May Come," Maurice Jarre's "Dead Poets' Society," John Williams' "Hook," George Fenton's "The Fisher King," and others.

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Richard D. Lawson from CT

Is it necessary for the Met/Gelb to mount multi-million dollar productions in this day of tight funds? Why not scale back some of the productions planned for the future, and desist from "fixing" the "shortage of available funds" at
that august opera company. Although the opera streamingI has provided much needed funds for the met, I can't believe that they haven't relieved the financial stress of that company; and find it difficult believe that P. Gelb's claim that the company is drained by the unions. Look again, Mr. Gelb; the musicians are not your enemy. Time to change streams Mr. Gelb; or remove yours.......

Aug. 14 2014 08:02 PM

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