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The Movie-music Biz

January 12, 1986

Thanks to writer Smith and composers Elmer Bernstein and Jerry Goldsmith for their views on the current film music scene.

The above-named gentlemen obviously subscribe to the statement by Smith's future "biographee," Bernard Herrmann: that film music can and should be "the connecting link between celluloid and audience."

Shall we ever again be the beneficiaries of a like attitude on the part of producers and directors, most of whom have taken the stance of "One pop beat fits every dramatic situation?"

ADAM STERN

Glendale

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