Catch Me If You Can

How John Williams Came Up With The Sound For Catch Me If You Can

At a recent meeting of the Academy of Scoring Arts, we spent a session dissecting the unique sound of John Williams’s unique 2002 jazz score to Catch Me If You Can. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score and the Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media. What follows is a brief video I produced, which shows how the character of the soundtrack was developed.

2 days ago
Celebrating some amazing composers tonight with @The_SCL Emmy reception. https://t.co/dZRKr7QTZb daviddas photo
4 days ago
A peaceful night under the stars with my beloved Debussy and Ravel. (Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune and the G major piano concerto -- my favorite.) https://t.co/cXQjNGd6fw daviddas photo
1 week ago
An absolutely electrifying talk at @scoringarts with John Ottman with terrific insights into some of the most intriguing films of his career. https://t.co/vs3NCkbTEN daviddas photo
1 week ago
Feeling a little low today? I've got just the fix. Spend a minute with the Trebek Affirmation Soundboard. The man has a tone that will fix you right up: https://t.co/6jUvSORwVg
1 week ago
Two days left until a really compelling talk: Storytelling with John Ottman. Coming up this Saturday! https://t.co/uaoUQzYqoI