Movie Fact #810 – April 3rd, 2015:

The sounds in the 1972 film “Images”, such as the crystal chimes, were provided by avant-garde Japanese percussionist Stomu Yamashta, utilising strings and percussion, to effect a unique series of exotic sounds, which complemented the haunting music score of the film’s composer, John Williams. People seem to forget how important sound is in a film. It adds a rhythm and a soul to the quietest of scenes. Kind of explains why the film was nominated for Best Music, Original Dramatic Score. It’s soul spoke up beautifully.

Published in: on April 3, 2015 at 11:05 PM  Leave a Comment  

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