Discover more from Music at the Movies
Spielberg/Williams: Celebrating 50 Years of Collaboration
A video tribute
In 1972, a 25-year-old director was looking for a composer to score his first theatrical film, The Sugarland Express.
He met with a 40-year-old composer who had just won an Academy AwardⓇ for the adaptation score of Fiddler on the Roof.
Together, they made film and music history.
Thanks to The Legacy of John Williams for sharing.
Enjoy the music,
Thanks for reading Music at the Movies! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.