DJ Profile
soundtracks music online from Golden Age Film Music on Live365 Internet Radio
DJ: Larry Snode
Location: Alliance, OH

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I believe we are now in the Golden Age of film music not for what's being written today but for the availability of great old scores that one time were only available if you recorded them from your TV. Check my website for a playlist of the music I'm currantly playing, scenes from featured movies, composer pictures and info, links and much more. And if you have a request please email me at larry_snode@sbcglobal.net and I'll see what I can do. Enjoy my music. www.portraitsbylarrysnode.com/soundtracks.html
Favorite Artists

Dimitri Tiomkin
I believe I began to notice Tiomkin's scores when I saw "The Alamo." His was film music at its evocative best.

Max Steiner
From King Kong and She in the 1930s to Parrish and The Dark at the Top of the Stairs in the 1960s Steiner contributed some of the best scores ever written. Like the other old masters of Hollywood's golden age Steiner was never at a loss of new melodies.

Alfred Newman

Jerry Goldsmith

Elmer Bernstein
When my Dad took me to see "The Comancheros" I wasn't familiar with Elmer Berstein's name but I loved the music which reminded me of the music to a TV series I liked named "Riverboat." Later I would find he wrote that one, too.

Favorite Albums

Alfred Newman - How the West Was Won
I was 16 years old when I first saw "How the West Was Won" at the New Falls Cinerama Theatre and the total experience blew me away. Back then, before the days of home video, having the soundtrack album was the way to relive this experience every time I'd play it. That was in 1963 and to this day I still find this score as fresh and exciting as it was then.

Jerome Moross - The Big Country
French horns and woodwinds, palsing lower brass and whirlwind stings. Jerome Moross captures a sound that's pure Americana. When I first saw this movie I didn't want it to end and that was because of the music. Back in high school when I received my first stereo record player this score was among my first five albums.

Erich Wolfgang Korngold - The Adventures of Robin Hood

Max Steiner - The Fountainhead

Dimitri Tiomkin - The Guns of Navarone

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