Boll, Arlan
January 2010
Mix;Jan2010, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p64
In this article, the author discusses vocal sound tracks of the film "Nostalgia." As stated Nostalgia is a movie about human connections and emotions for which the dialogues were recorded beforehand with a micro-recorder. The author mentions that music compositions and singers of the film are from numerous ethnic backgrounds comprising classical and tribal. As a film composer, the author explores the composition of a song titled "For You," in the movie.


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