What’s it like to write music for movies?
Like most composers, Ed Goldfarb loves storytelling. And like many arrangers, he thinks in orchestra. He grew up playing the piano and by junior high, he got his first paid gigs. Later, the piano would help him make a living and introduce him to film director Francis Ford Coppola. When in high school, Ed used his keyboard skills to land a job as a church organist at a large Methodist church. He explains how he made it from church to the movies. For more on Ed click here.