Weiss, David
October 2008
Mix;Oct2008, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p34
The article focuses on the work of composer Brian Langsbard during the 79th Major League All-Star Baseball Game held on July 15, 2008. It features his experiences as a composer which qualifies him for the task of composing a 25 minutes' worth of original anthemic music for the ceremonies. It also provides details about the sound pieces required to him for the event as well as the strategies and sound equipment he used. His insights upon doing the job are also presented.


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