One of the founders of film music as we know it today, Max Steiner (along with Franz Waxman, Dimitri Tiomkin and Erich Wolfgang Korngold) transformed the cinematic experience through his colorful use of memorable musical themes that were scored specifically to fit to the visual action. The score for The Adventures of Mark Twain was written in 1944 after Steiner's many successes with classics such as Gone with the Wind and King Kong. His musical style is instantly recognisable with its powerful ability to build on tension and emotions within the film.
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