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Join composer, artist and writer Natrebo as your host for the wonderful and diverse world of film music. We use the language of film and music as jumping off points for listening to movies and watching... music? Through games, chat and a few laughs we, along with our friends, explore film scores we love (and sometimes don't) and the composers who write the music that scores the soundtrack to our lives. Stick it in your ear and join us on our musical journey.

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Join composer, artist and writer Natrebo as your host for the wonderful and diverse world of film music. We use the language of film and music as jumping off points for listening to movies and watching... music? Through games, chat and a few laughs we, along with our friends, explore film scores we love (and sometimes don't) and the composers who write the music that scores the soundtrack to our lives. Stick it in your ear and join us on our musical journey.

    FilmEar Episode 28: Thomas Little the Classical Nerd Interview

    FilmEar Episode 28: Thomas Little the Classical Nerd Interview

    On a new episode of the FilmEar podcast, I welcome composer and YouTube educator Thomas Little – also known as The Classical Nerd. Through his YouTube videos, he tells of the lives and works of many well-known and obscure composers of classical music. In his videos, he also teaches classical composing techniques and terms while sometimes including his … Continue reading FilmEar Episode 28: Thomas Little the Classical Nerd Interview

    • 1 hr 39 min
    FilmEar (Byte) Episode 27: The Creepy Piano (Poem)

    FilmEar (Byte) Episode 27: The Creepy Piano (Poem)

    This week’s episode is a short FilmEar ‘Byte’ that allows me to toot my own horn a little by presenting a reading of my poem ‘The Creepy Piano’ along with music of the same name that inspired it. The music is available on the album LEFT OVER PIECES: THE MUSIC OF NAT MURPHY at iTunes, … Continue reading FilmEar (Byte) Episode 27: The Creepy Piano (Poem)

    • 6 min
    FilmEar Episode 26: Drunk Justice – An Elfman Story

    FilmEar Episode 26: Drunk Justice – An Elfman Story

    Sorry about the delay but boy do I have a doozy for you! Welcome to my (your host Natrebo’s) first fully drunk interview as I got together with family and some friends to listen to Chris Kayfield tell his Danny Elfman story about the Recording Sessions of Justice League. We also talk a little about … Continue reading FilmEar Episode 26: Drunk Justice – An Elfman Story

    • 54 min
    FilmEar Episode 25: Mother Knows Best

    FilmEar Episode 25: Mother Knows Best

    On a very special episode I invite my Mom on the podcast, Barbara Murphy, and we chat about how her musical influences and the music she played around the house rubbed off on me – from Stravinsky and George Gershwin’s Rhapsody In Blue to musicals like South Pacific.  We also talk about her early love … Continue reading FilmEar Episode 25: Mother Knows Best

    • 38 min
    FilmEar Episode 24: Favorites of 2016

    FilmEar Episode 24: Favorites of 2016

    In 2016 the Voice reigned supreme in my choices for favorite scores, wither in TV’s Game of Thrones, the Irish band film Sing Street, or musicals both live action (La La Land) or animated (Moana).  That’s not to say there weren’t any scores without them that I didn’t like (just check out John Williams’ The … Continue reading FilmEar Episode 24: Favorites of 2016

    • 45 min
    FilmEar Episode 23: Rogue One – A Star Wars Podcast

    FilmEar Episode 23: Rogue One – A Star Wars Podcast

    Spoiler Warning! To commemorate the release of Rogue One on Blu-Ray and DVD join Natrebo, Chris and first timer Crystal as we run down the movie and our thoughts on this Star Wars Story.  Although there are a few tangents into talk of Transformer trailers and dinning theaters we do “stay on target” for the … Continue reading FilmEar Episode 23: Rogue One – A Star Wars Podcast

    • 1 hr 8 min

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