The Next Track, Episode #27 – Composing Music for Stage and Screen, with Paul Englishby

The Next Track Blue Flat Button2 400pxPaul Englishby talks about composing music for stage and screen, including the Royal Shakespeare Company’s new production of The Tempest.

Listen to The Next Track: Episode #27 — Composing Music for Stage and Screen, with Paul Englishby.

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2 thoughts on “The Next Track, Episode #27 – Composing Music for Stage and Screen, with Paul Englishby

  1. A trivial question to maybe answer in a future episode. I used to think the B in R&B stood for Blues. But on iTunes and elsewhere there is a separate genre for Blues (and it contains the real Blues music). So what does the B in R&B stand for?

  2. A trivial question to maybe answer in a future episode. I used to think the B in R&B stood for Blues. But on iTunes and elsewhere there is a separate genre for Blues (and it contains the real Blues music). So what does the B in R&B stand for?

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