The scores in your favorite movies.
Stephen Trygar invites guests onto The Composer Chronicles every few months to talk about film music. Guests featured are composers, professionals, and general enthusiasts brought on to advance our knowledge…or just to geek out for a while! Episodes in the “Movie Night” series come out in April, August, and December.
Matthew Trygar is an actor and a film maker. He is the co-creator of the new comedy YouTube channel Half Woodie, and has appeared on Season 2, Episode 5 (The Son of the Prophet) of Evil Lives Here as Teenage Dennis Ryan and as Matt in the 2018 film Grandma Werewolf.
Andrew is a composer for concert and media. He is the composer of the theme music for the podcast Unscripted. He studied composition with Bruce Yurko at Rowan University as well as voice with Lauren Athey-Janka and Brian Ming Chu and double bass with Doublas Mapp.
There’s something very unique about a Disney song. Why is it that all around the world, you could ask someone to just sing a song from any Disney movie? What makes a Disney score and soundtrack so unique from other production companies and studios? Composer Andrew Gavin and host Stephen Trygar attempt to answer these […]
In today’s episode, I interview my brother Matthew Trygar who is an actor and a film maker. We’ll talk about why music is so important in movies, some reasons that film makers might use classical music rather than a pop or rock tune, and the aesthetic that classical music has when portrayed in the movies.