Yann Tiersen

Zero Crossings – January 12, 2015 – David Nielsen

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This show featured the music of and an interview with local composer David James Nielsen. David specializes in composing music for film and is on the faculty at Full Sail University. The music aired during the program included:

John Williams – Main Title / Rebel Blockade Runner, from Star Wars, London Symphony
John Williams – Imperial March – Darth’s Vaders Theme, from Star Wars, London Symphony
John Williams – Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Raiders March, from The Indiana Jones Trilogy: New Recordings from Classic Scores
Hans Zimmer – Time, from Inception
Hans Zimmer – Now We Are Free, from Gladiator
Howard Shore – The Ring Goes South, from Music from The Lord of the Rings: The Trilogy
Danny Elfman – The Batman Theme (Batman:1989)
James Newton Howard – Driftwood Hideaway, from Snow Falling on Cedars
Philip Glass – Escape!, from The Hours
Brad Fiedel – Main Title (Terminator 2 Theme), from Terminator 2: Judgement Day (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Silva Screen Records)
Yann Tiersen – La valse d’Amélie (Version piano) from Amélie (Original Soundtrack, Virgin France 2011)
Thomas Newman – American Beauty Main Theme
AR Rahman – Liquid Dance, from Slumdog Millionaire (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
David James Nielsen – Reunion, from Soundcloud
David James Nielsen – Who’s Ina?, from Haunting Villisca (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
David James Nielsen – Reclaiming the Blade (Main Title)
David James Nielsen – The Forces of Nature, from Tall Ships: The Privateer Lynx (Original Soundtrack Recording)
David James Nielsen – Tall Ships, from Soundcloud

Listen to the show here:

      Zero Crossings – January 12, 2015, with David James Nielsen

You can watch the short film “Man vs. Woman” discussed in the show here: