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August 2017
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Cue of the Week: “Touché (Main Titles)”

Having returned from a well-enjoyed summer trip to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, I’m happy to put the Cue of the Week blog back in operation!

This week’s music is the main title from a documentary with an extraordinary subject: Catherine Bolton, a single mom who lost her sight in her mid 30s, then become a champion in blind and sight-impaired fencing. Solo piano accompanies the film’s main title sequence of slow-motion fencers in black and white.

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June 2017
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Cue of the Week: “The Stormy Sea”

This week’s cue comes from a forthcoming puzzle game with a nautical theme. This music accompanies an overhead view of the world map, festooned with treasure-hunting, monsters, and other hallmarks of adventure.

02
June 2017
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Cue of the Week: “Activity in Lichtenstein”

This week’s music comes from the political thriller The F-Zone. To accompany a quietly satisfying moment for the beleaguered protagonists, I took a soaring “adventure” theme from earlier in the movie and rearranged it into a gentle interlude for harp and alto flute. Never forget: composers like recycling.

Morituri Te Salutant // Michael Gordon Shapiro - HOMEPAGE MUSIC
  1. Morituri Te Salutant // Michael Gordon Shapiro - HOMEPAGE MUSIC
  2. Emerald, Texas // HOMEPAGE MUSIC
  3. Mythic Battle // HOMEPAGE MUSIC
  4. The Yard Sale // Michael Gordon Shapiro - HOMEPAGE MUSIC
  5. Investigations // HOMEPAGE MUSIC
  6. Home Room // HOMEPAGE MUSIC
  7. Sands of Arabia // HOMEPAGE MUSIC
  8. Spider Cult // HOMEPAGE MUSIC
  9. Poker Night // HOMEPAGE MUSIC