"[Filmmakers] have the mistaken notion that music, in 'helping' and 'explaining' the cinematic shadow-play, could be regarded under artistic considerations. It cannot be," wrote composer Igor Stravinsky in 1946. "Put music and drama together as individual entities, put them together and let them alone, without compelling one to try to 'explain' and to react to the other. Music... More >>>
By Courtesy of Walker Art Center
Don't call it a soundtrack: Alan Licht, Lee Ranaldo, and William Hooker (left to right, Marina Rosenfeld and Ulrich Krieger not pictured) play music for the film 'Text of Light'