domingo, 21 de dezembro de 2014

Trilha sonora - The Conversation

David Shire
“David Shire began scoring for television in the 1960s and made the leap to scoring feature films in the early 1970s. He was married to actress Talia Shire, for whose brother Francis Ford Coppola he scored The Conversation, perhaps his best known score, in 1974. Additional screen credits include All the President’s Men, The Taking of Pelham One-Two-Three, and Zodiac. He composed original music for Saturday Night Fever (for which he received two Grammy Award nominations). The Conversation featured an austere score for piano. On some cues Shire took the taped sounds of the piano and distorted them in different ways to create alternative sonic textures to round out the score. The music is intended to capture the isolation and paranoia of protagonist Harry Caul (Gene Hackman). The score was released on CD by Intrada Records.” – Wikipedia