The Golden Age of Hollywood from a Surprising Musical Source!

November 7, 2020, 11:10 am

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Michael Phillips introducing us to David Fincher’s latest, Mank, a new take on Classic Hollywood, with a score by Nine Inch Nails members Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

And New Hollywood meets Old Hollywood, with Max Steiner’s The Three Musketeers, from director Rowland V. Lee’s epic 1935 motion picture.

And Soundtrack is delighted to welcome our newest contributor, Stacy Gerard from the WFMT Radio Network!


Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross:  Excerpts from the soundtrack for David Fincher’s Mank.

Darren Korb:  Wretched Shades, from the videogame, Hades.

Hans Zimmer:  A suite from Planet Earth II.

Ryan Lott:  The Diary, and The Book of Goblins, from Tell Me Why.

Richard Rodgers:  The Carousel Waltz, performed by pianist Jenny Lin.

Max Steiner:  The Three Musketeers Suite (1935) The Brandenburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Richard Kaufman conducting.

John Williams:  The Flight to Neverland, from Hook, the composer leading the Boston Pops Orchestra.