It’s hard to recall a film, much less a cinematic classic, without a music score. But that’s the case for the subject of our next Big Deal. Although made as an early talkie, post-The Jazz Singer, the horror film Dracula was produced with no music and few sound effects.
Nearly 70 years later, enter legendary composer Philip Glass. The groundbreaking musician Glass was commissioned by Universal to compose a music score for the 1931 celluloid classic for the re-release to video. Glass and his Philip Glass ensemble will be performing his original music score while the film is projected overhead at Bass Hall on October 29. For this Big Deal we have two pairs of tickets to giveaway.
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UPDATE: We have our winners. Thanks for playing!