THE JOHN WILLIAMS' COMPOSITIONAL TECHNIQUES

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February 25, 2017

The six first articles of The John Williams Compositional Techniques have been a great success.

We wish to thank everyone that got involved with them, hoping that they added value to your knowledge.

From now on we are...

February 18, 2017

Becoming a virtuoso composer requires the same amount of practice as becoming a virtuoso instrument player.

Composing such music seems to be second nature for John. He has been composing virtuoso music for many movie...

February 11, 2017

Williams has composed many memorable themes for movies but the interesting thing is that he possesses one characteristic that is not very common among “tonal” composers - He tends to modulate on the themes.

This beau...

February 4, 2017

One of the main aspects that defines the personal style of a composer is his harmonic language. In history, many composers have used certain kinds of harmonies and, in many cases, even sequences of chords.

Repeated h...

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