The importance of music in film cannot be understated. Simply stated, it can make or break a movie.
Alfred Hitchcock was unhappy about ‘Psycho’ and was ready to abandon it. His composer, Bernard Hermann saved the day when he created the now iconic motif, the eerie screeching string effect accompanying the scenes of violence. Reee-reee-reee-reee…
I’ve been fortunate to have had the opportunity to score music for film. The effect that music has always amazes me; it has profound influence on story and pictures.
In Film Music Piano , music and pictures lock. An old school camera and a piano are juxtaposed over a Hollywood Hills type background with dusted white acrylic spotlights cross-crossing the night sky.
Cue the music.
acrylic on canvas 12 x 12
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