It’s quite something to sit with a score, and just slowly fall in love with the music. For the past 5 hours, I’ve been studying Bernard Herrmann scores, and from the rather large pile of scores I grabbed “The Ghost And Mrs. Muir”. As I went more and more into the score, I just fell more and more in love with what my eyes was looking at. -When I watch a movie that I really like, I’m always very tempted to watch agin, immediately. Mostly I come to my senses, and realize that there’s no more than 24 hours a day, sleep is very healthy, you have to eat and also do a good day of work. Well, with this score, I just want to re-read it, but I won’t, because when I’m done, I probably just going to read agin. To hell with it, another day. But man, it’s a good score.

In the break, I went trough scores of Penderecki, now it’s Benny… What’s next! I actually think it’s going to be Wagner. When I think about it, it could be great to go trough some opera scores agin. It’s kinda where I started back in the days, when I began to study scores. The local library was lacking of scores, but had a great deal of Puccini, Mozard and so on. So when being a noob at reading scores, I learned to enjoy Madame Butterfly, Tosca and so on very quickly. In that period, I was heavily involved in writing musicals, and had the belief of, if I should be able to write the best symphonic rock musical ever, It would be helpful to study opera scores. Am not quite sure I gained much from it in that matter, but I learned to read scores, and had a lot of fun while doing it.

Yep, maybe my next study should be some opera scores.