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The Thin Blue Line [Soundtrack]

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  • IndieWire has published its list of The 25 Best Movie Scores of the 21st Century, including five for which Nonesuch released the soundtrack: Philip Glass's score to Stephen Daldry's 2002 film The Hours; Clint Mansell's for Darren Aronofsky's 2006 film The Fountain, performed by Kronos Quartet and Mogwai; and three scores to Paul Thomas Anderson films—Jon Brion's for 2002's Punch-Drunk Love, and Jonny Greenwood's for 2007's There Will Be Blood and the just-released Phantom Thread. IndieWire says "the last 18 years have given us some of the most memorable music ever written for the movies."

  • Happy birthday in advance to composer Philip Glass, who turns 80 this coming Tuesday. Among the celebratory events around the world this concert season is a BBC Total Immersion Day, broadcast on BBC Radio 3 from the Barbican in London this Saturday. NPR Music is marking Glass's milestone birthday with personal reflections from artists who have collaborated with the composer, including Laurie Anderson and Nico Muhly.

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    Documentarian Errol Morris reconstructs/questions the circumstances of a Dallas murder case in a film that haunts and disturbs. The Washington Post notes, "The Philip Glass score and the stylized lighting help transform the movie into an arena for the somber contemplation of the fallibility of perception."

    Credits

    MUSICIANS
    Michael Reisman, conductor, keyboards
    Wilmer Wise, Steve Burns, trumet
    Sharon Moe, Tony Miranda, Ron Sell, French horn
    Michael Parloff, Judith Mendenhall, flute
    Sergiu Schwartz, Tim Baker, violin
    Karl Bargen, viola
    Chris Finckel, cello
    Barbara Wilson, double bass
    Gordon Gottlieb, percussion
    Brian Koonin, guitar

    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    Produced by Kurt Munkacsi
    Production supervisor: Rory Johnston
    Recording engineer/music, dialogue editor: Miles Green
    Assistant engineer: Blaise Dupuy
    Music recorded and mixed at The Living Room, New York City
    Sound post-production: Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco
    Re-recording mixers: Jack Leahy, Samuel Lehmer
    Re-recording consultant: Randy Thorn
    Sound Effects Editor: Samuel Lehmer
    Additional Sound Effects: Leslie Shatz
    Dialogue Editors: Jamie Kibban, James Allen
    Sound Assistants: Larry Oppenheimer, Marnie Moore, Sheila McFarland
    Additional Re-recording: Mel Zelniker
    Mastering: Robert C. Ludwig, Masterdisk, New York City

    Cover design: Janet Perr
    Cover photography: Mark Lipson

    Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz

     

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Artist Name: 
Philip Glass
Release Date: 
Friday, April 7, 1989 - 04:00
DescriptionExcerpt: 

Documentarian Errol Morris reconstructs/questions the circumstances of a Dallas murder case in a film that haunts and disturbs. The Washington Post notes, "The Philip Glass score and the stylized lighting help transform the movie into an arena for the somber contemplation of the fallibility of perception."

Description: 

Documentarian Errol Morris reconstructs/questions the circumstances of a Dallas murder case in a film that haunts and disturbs. The Washington Post notes, "The Philip Glass score and the stylized lighting help transform the movie into an arena for the somber contemplation of the fallibility of perception."

ProductionCredits: 

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Produced by Kurt Munkacsi
Production supervisor: Rory Johnston
Recording engineer/music, dialogue editor: Miles Green
Assistant engineer: Blaise Dupuy
Music recorded and mixed at The Living Room, New York City
Sound post-production: Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco
Re-recording mixers: Jack Leahy, Samuel Lehmer
Re-recording consultant: Randy Thorn
Sound Effects Editor: Samuel Lehmer
Additional Sound Effects: Leslie Shatz
Dialogue Editors: Jamie Kibban, James Allen
Sound Assistants: Larry Oppenheimer, Marnie Moore, Sheila McFarland
Additional Re-recording: Mel Zelniker
Mastering: Robert C. Ludwig, Masterdisk, New York City

Cover design: Janet Perr
Cover photography: Mark Lipson

Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz

 

Cover Art: 
Nonesuch Selection Number: 

79209

Number of Discs in Set: 
1disc
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135
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Saturday, April 1, 1989 - 05:00
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Label: 
CD+MP3
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075597920925BUN
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0.00
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MP3
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603497136568
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14.00
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MUSICIANS
Michael Reisman, conductor, keyboards
Wilmer Wise, Steve Burns, trumet
Sharon Moe, Tony Miranda, Ron Sell, French horn
Michael Parloff, Judith Mendenhall, flute
Sergiu Schwartz, Tim Baker, violin
Karl Bargen, viola
Chris Finckel, cello
Barbara Wilson, double bass
Gordon Gottlieb, percussion
Brian Koonin, guitar

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