Erich Korngold is renowned as being one of the best and most influential film composers in the history of Hollywood. His scores bring life to classic, early productions like Adventures of Robin Hood, which was made in 1938, and The Sea Hawk, which was made in 1940. This presentation of his work will explore how his exceptional orchestration and theatrical strategies went on to inspire and influence composers like John Williams and James Horner.
Mary Pickford Theater
Library of Congress