About the Author

Name: Daniel Schweiger

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Bio: DANIEL SCHWEIGER is the soundtrack editor of iFmagazine.com and Venice Magazine, where he writes about film composers and their music. His numerous liner notes can be found on such labels as Intrada, La La Land, Percepto and Perseverance Records.

Articles written by Daniel Schweiger

Interview with Jeff Russo

January 24, 2020

Scoring intimately on his Star Trek voyages by going back to The Next Generation’s “Picard”

Interview with Kathryn Bostic and Joel P. West

December 23, 2019

Creating scores that speak for crime and the ultimate punishment with “Clemency” and “Just Mercy”

Audio: Interview with Thomas Newman

December 20, 2019

Film music journalist Daniel Schweiger interviews composer THOMAS NEWMAN, whose music ventures through the horrors and heroism of WW1’s front lines in 1917

Interview with Alexandre Desplat and Greta Gerwig

December 16, 2019

A composer and director create the ultimate musical love letter to Luisa May Alcott, with a difference

The Best Scores of 2019

December 9, 2019

The unhinged melodies of Hildur Guðnadóttir’s “Joker” and Daniel Pemberton’s “Motherless Brooklyn” lead an impressive dance for The Best Scores of 2019 and The Composers to Watch

Interview with Marco Beltrami and Buck Sanders

November 15, 2019

A composing team to beat puts pedal to the retro for “Ford v Ferrari”

Interview with The Newton Brothers

November 8, 2019

With music most often forged in fear, Taylor Newton Stewart and Andy Grush dare to venture into the Overlook Hotel with old musical ghosts, and a terrifying sensibility all their own for “Doctor Sleep”

More from this Author

Audio: Interview with Terence Blanchard

Film music journalist Daniel Schweiger interviews TERENCE BLANCHARD, a composer renowned for playing the black experience who now rousingly trumpets the determination of its slave-freeing Moses with HARRIET

Interview with Michael Giacchino

Finding the humor, horror and humanity with “Jojo Rabbit’s” surreal sunset for Hitler

Interview with Hildur Guðnadóttir

Hearing sympathy for a laughing devil with “Joker”