Frederik Wiedmann’s Epic Sound for Green Lantern: The Animated Series

September 4, 2013 | By

Just uploaded is my podcast interview with composer Frederik Wiedmann regarding his latest release on CD, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Vol. 2 [M], the second album from La-La Land Records.

When I last interviewed Wiedmann in 2009 [M], he’d just completed the slasher film The Hills Run Red, a genre for which his knack for blending orchestral and processed electronic sounds is well-suited. Green Lantern, however, has given the composer a prime opportunity to write heroic thematic material for orchestra, and you’ll find short clips of his fine work in the podcast.

Coming next: a review of two films starring one of Britain’s biggest starts in the 1930s, Jesse Matthews – Climbing High (1938), Carol Reed’s British hybrid of the American screwball comedy, newly released by VCI; and the wrongly fogotten drama Friday the Thirteen (1933).

Coming right after: a podcast interview with John Piscitello, composer of the documentary No Place on Earth (2012).

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Mark R. Hasan, Editor
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