John Muir in the New World
An episode of the American Masters documentary series (1983 - )

Documentaire | Releasedatum: 01/04/2011 | Medium: Download

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# Track   Lengte
1.Main Titles 
2.Nothing But Glorious 
3.Blind to God's Beauty 
4.Thousand-Mile Walk 
5.Earth, Planet, Universe 
6.In God's Sanctuary 
7.All Is Divine Harmony 
8.Hit of the Fair 
9.Anyplace that is Wild 
10.Understanding the Divine 
11.Climbing Mt. Ritter 
12.West of the Rockies 
13.Morning Of Creation 
14.Working the Farm 
15.Unintelligent Treatment 
16.Century Magazine 
17.Our Spirit Needs Wilderness 
18.Civilized Man Chokes His Soul 
19.White House; 1903 
20.Muir and Roosevelt 
21.Hetch-Hetchy Debate 
22.Gathering Support 
23.I've Had a Grand Life 
24.All, Alike, Pass On 
25.Hymn to the Earth / End Titles 
26.Hard Times Come Again No More 
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Garth Neustadter is an Emmy Award-Winning composer and multi-instrumentalist. He has composed feature-length works for Warner Bros.
, PBS, Turner Classic Movies, and China's CCTV. The Baltimore Sun says of his work, 'The guy's a natural, as his soaring theme makes plain.'

In 2011, Garth became one of the youngest composers to receive a Primetime Emmy Award for his work on the PBS 'American Masters' documentary, 'John Muir in the New World.'

In 2007, Garth was named the First Prize winner of the Turner Classic Movies Film Composers Competition. His score was chosen out of a field of over 850 international participants, and judged by Academy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer. He was subsequently commissioned by Warner Bros. and Turner Classic Movies to compose, record, and produce the feature-length score for the film 'The White Sister,' whichpremiered on the TCM channel.

Neustadter has been recognized as a five-time DownBeat Magazine award winner in the areas of composition, arranging, classical violin performance, and jazz saxophone performance. His achievements have been profiled in USA Today, The Baltimore Sun, Film Music Magazine, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Downbeat Magazine and NPR. He has received multiple awards from ASCAP, including the Morton Gould award,Jazz Composers Award, and fellowship to Aspen, as well as multiple awards from the National Federation of Music Clubs.

He has studied at the Yale School of Music with Aaron Jay Kernis, Christopher Theofanidis, Martin Bresnick and with Samuel Adler of the Juilliard School.

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