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22 May 2015

Cue of the Week: “Postcard Therapy”


The music for Emerald, Texas‘s last scene has a happy-go-lucky vibe, with guitars segueing into a finale for piano and strings. (The film’s denouement is less straightforward than this cue suggests!)

(Click on the play button to stream, or the cue title to download.)

Postcard Therapy

8 Responses

  1. Doug Mayfield

    Nice cue. My curiosity. For the purposes of writing music, is a whistler considered ‘an instrument’ or somewhat like a singer? That is, how might you choose to write a whistler into the music and are there those who whistle professionally?

  2. It was called the Sandpiper and bnuerd to the ground during the winter, late ’70s is about right. Went there several times as a kid with parents, my brother worked there as a bus boy.

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