Libertarianism and Psychology II Composing Music for Eisenstein's The General Line Inside the News: Risk trades trimmed ahead of stress tests
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In 2011, Sergei Eisenstein's silent film The General Line (1929) was screened with a score for the first time. Eisenstein had failed to find funding for a soundtrack when making the film, but left a set of notes intended as a guide for a composed score. Commissioned by the BFI, composers Max De Wardener, Ed Finnis and The Elysian Quartet joined forces to produce an original score from Eisenstein's notes. The musicians discuss their collaboration on this unique project. Find more videos like th
Risk trades are trimmed ahead of Europe's bank stress tests, with U.S. Treasuries and the dollar regaining composure after a fresh ratings warning on the U.S. debt ceiling. European shares to fall.
Composing Music for Eisenstein's The General Line
Inside the News: Risk trades trimmed ahead of stress tests