This quote from Elfman's letter is so true, and has always been my argument.Furthermore, and more to the point, composers, like writers, painters, or film directors, are able to create their art from their instincts, their into ition-their "soul," for lack of a better word something that has never been easily taught. Imagination, our most valuable tool, is not, unfortunately, conferred by a degree.
A musical education, although I never had one, is something for which I have great respect. It can, I'm sure, be a wonderful thing, and provide all kinds of invaluable tools with which to work. It is not, however, the only way to acquire tools, or to learn.
There's just no disputing it.This quote from Elfman's letter is so true, and has always been my argument.
Thanks for making us aware of this. What a terrible thing. Hopefully everything goes well and he heals quickly.Hello All,
For those that are a fan of OMNI's scores I bring some sad news. Tim Rodier (a dear friend of mine) is struggling with serious health issues. Tim started Omni as a passion project and it has grown to be beloved by a lot of us composers.
Tim's family has a Fundraiser page up. Let's all wish Tim a Speedy Recovery as I know he has big plans for future Omni Publishing releases.
Three years ago, our world was shaken when we received news that our beloved… Kimberly Rodier Mignault needs your support for Tim Rodier's journey to recoverywww.gofundme.com