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Katherine Jenkins explores the magical world of movie music.
Movie composers by definition have to be accomplished and skilled masters of their craft, and many great classical composers of the 20th century also wrote music for the cinema. ‘I like to think that if Beethoven or Mozart were alive today they’d probably be commissioned to write for films,’ says Katherine, ‘as they were in their own time for the theatre or for the church. Maybe even they’d write scores for video games!’ John Williams is undoubtedly the consummate modern master of movie music. Where better to start than a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away?
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