In the sensory buffet of cinema no garnish is considered more palatable than a delectable score. The most formidable restaurateur of all, Stanley Kubrick, orbited in a galaxy of michelin stars thanks to his watershed emulsion of classical orchestrations and avant garde direction. The following textural feast is one of Ligeti's most revered compositions, debatably also one which may not have made it's way into the public spectrum without Kubrick's assistance.
György Ligeti - Atmosphères .flac (1961)
What is arguably Steven King's greatest-ever work, will be shining darkly through 35mm acetate this Friday at the Chauvel.
All work and no play makes jack a dull boy.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
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