Leonard Rosenman Beneath The Planet Of The Apes Original Motion Picture Score
Rosenman's 'Beneath the Planet of the Apes' is as inventive and otherworldly as Goldsmith's original 'Apes' score, yet Rosenman's approach is in its way diametrically opposed to Goldsmith's; composed of vertically-stacked layers of sound, clanging, metallic effects, bristling, rambunctious chase music and a perverse, chaotic march for the ape Teddy Lasry Back To Amazonia. Add to this some striking electronic effects and a bizarre choral mass written for the atomic bomb-worshipping mutants, and you have the recipe for one of the most original science fiction movie scores ever written.
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He composed the score for Vincente Minnelli 's The Cobweb Glenn Gould Arnold Schoenberg The Complete Music For Solo Piano as the first major Hollywood score to be written in the Twelve-tone technique. Rosenman stated "A producer asked me to write a jazz score, and I asked him why.
He said he wanted the picture to be the first hip science fiction movie. I said that's a great idea for an advertising agency, but it doesn't fit the film. In his seventies, Rosenman was diagnosed with Frontotemporal dementiaa degenerative brain condition with symptoms similar to Alzheimer's disease.
After receiving his second Oscar he quipped "I write original music too, you know!
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