Stephanie Hughes Takes Notes

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Stephanie Hughes presents a six-part series exploring the mysteries and mechanics of writing music.

4: Jocelyn Pook, whose credits include the Golden Globe-nominated score for `Eyes Wide Shut', compares the act of writing for dance and film with the experiences of Jonathan Dove, whose music has been heard in the Millennium Dome and at Glyndebourne Opera.

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Stephanie Hughes presents a six-part series exploring the mysteries and mechanics of writing music.

5: David Arnold, the man behind the music for the latest Bond film, talks with Colin Matthews, associate composer of the London Symphony Orchestra and occasional ghost composer of film scores.

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Stephanie Hughes presents a six-part series exploring the mysteries and mechanics of writing music.

5: David Arnold, the man behind the music for the latest Bond film, talks with Colin Matthews, associate composer of the London Symphony Orchestra and occasional ghost composer of film scores.

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Stephanie Hughes concludes a six-part series exploring the mysteries and mechanics of writing music.

She discovers the inspiration behind the music of two contrasting composers: Scottish modernist James MacMillan and cult Orthodox composer Sir John Tavener.

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Stephanie Hughes presents a six-part series exploring the mysteries and mechanics of writing music.

1: Anthony Payne, who made a performing version of Elgar's third symphony, compares notes with television and film composer Christopher Gunning.

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Stephanie Hughes presents a six-part series exploring the mysteries and mechanics of writing music.

2: Simon Bainbridge, award-winning composer of settings of Primo Levi's words, shares his love of improvised music with saxophonist and jazz composer Andy Sheppard.

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Stephanie Hughes presents a six-part series exploring the mysteries and mechanics of writing music.

2: Simon Bainbridge, award-winning composer of settings of Primo Levi's words, shares his love of improvised music with saxophonist and jazz composer Andy Sheppard.

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Stephanie Hughes presents a six-part series exploring the mysteries and mechanics of writing music.

3: This week, two classically trained composers who made a big impact in the world of pop and beyond - Anne Dudley, a member of Art of Noise and Oscar winner for her soundtrack to `The Full Monty', and Joby Talbot, composer, pianist and arranger for the Divine Comedy.

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Stephanie Hughes presents a six-part series exploring the mysteries and mechanics of writing music.

3: This week, two composers who graduated from a formal conservatoire background and made a big impact in the world of pop and beyond.

Anne Dudley, a member of Art of Noise and Oscar winner for her soundtrack to `The Full Monty', and Joby Talbot, concert composer, pianist and arranger for the Divine Comedy.