The official start of the Cinema dates back to exactly December 28, 1895, when some of the Lumière brothers' shorts were shown in a Parisian venue without dialogues, noises or musical accompaniment.
From there in a very short time, even music would become part of this extraordinary new form of entertainment.
Born to transmit sensations, film music plays a fundamental role in cinema and creates a strong link between audio-visual memories over the time.
The Italian composer who composed this collection of cinematic sounds which includes 460 mb of orchestral themes, has been inspired by the musical movement of one of the most important cities in the world in the film industry: Los Angeles, California.
Artists reference: Hans Zimmer, Alan Silvestri, Danny Elfman, Max Richter, James Horner
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