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Reporter for the New York Times

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This week, the few, the proud, the film composers.  Danny Elfman talks about fighting with directors, composing on planes, and delivering the goods.

Film Composers Keep Their Composure

This week, the few, the proud, the film composers. Danny Elfman talks about fighting with directors, composing on planes, and delivering the goods.

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