broughton_coverCinematic Sound Radio makes its long awaited return after a six month hiatus with a program that I’m sure you are going to love.  Guest host Tim Burden sits down for an exclusive chat with Academy Award nominated and Emmy Award winning composer, Bruce Broughton.  During this first part of a two part special Broughton discussed in great detail working on such projects like THE BLUE AND THE GREY, SILVERADO, YOUNG SHERLOCK HOLMES, THE BOY WHO COULD FLY, RESCUERS DOWN UNDER, HONEY, I BLEW UP THE KID and many more.

You can find Part II of this conversation by clicking HERE!

PLAY IN POP-UP ▶ A CONVERSATION WITH BRUCE BROUGHTON PART I

NOW PLAYING: A CONVERSATION WITH BRUCE BROUGHTON PART I

PLAYLIST • TINY TOON ADVENTURES (0:00) • HOLLYWOOD IN VIENNA FANFARE (1:57) • THE BLUE AND THE GREY (3:06) • THE PRODIGAL / THE FIRST OLYMPICS: ATHENS 1896 (9:28) • SILVERADO (17:32) • YOUNG SHERLOCK HOLMES (24:41) • THE BOY WHO COULD FLY (47:15) • HARRY AND THE HENDERSONS (52:23) • OLD MAN AND THE SEA (1:11:30) • THE RESUERS DOWN UNDER (1:16:24) • O PIONEERS (1:25:17) • HONEY, I BLEW UP THE KID / HOMEWARD BOUND (1:31:10)


Category: FILM MUSIC MIX

About the Author

Erik is the host and producer of the soundtrack radio show ’Cinematic Sound.’ The show is heard exclusively on-line and on-demand after spending its first ten years on terrestrial radio at C101.5 FM in Hamilton, Ontario. Erik has a broadcast journalism diploma from Mohawk College and has spent his professional career in the video production industry working as a producer, camera operator and editor.

3 Responses to A CONVERSATION WITH BRUCE BROUGHTON PT. I

  1. Joel says:

    EXCELLENT interview! Looking forward for Part II!

  2. Josh Denley says:

    Thanks for posting the interview Erik. Also thanks to Tim and Bruce for such an enthusiastic discussion. It’s nice to hear a composer talk about their music in the context of a film. Strangely, I was preparing to watch Silverado just about the time the interview appeared here!
    Would have liked to hear Bruce’s thoughts on scoring Monster Squad.
    Will be listening to part 2 when available.

  3. Dane Walker says:

    Excellent program as usual! I love Broughton. Silverado is in my list of scores that have influenced me to be a composer. Hearing the evolution of his career was enlightening, and also the way you put the different cues together helped you hear his growth as a composer on a thematic level. It was encouraging and also informative for me. Thanks!

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