Composer Jono Hill. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Show Notes

Composer Jono Hill was given a unique task: to compose the score for a film¬†about a classical musician. The movie As Far as the Eye Can See¬†(directed by David Franklin and written by Paden Fallis) follows Jack Ridge, a now 40-year-old former Van Cliburn Competition winner who is more or less hiding out on his family’s land in Texas. In this episode of Classical Classroom, Hill talks about the unique process of composing for film, and about the special challenges of composing for a movie with classical music at its center.

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Special Thanks to Todd Reynolds for his music, Taskforce: Farmlab from Outerbourough.

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