From Fargo to Hannibal, this is a golden age for TV music

Cranking up the tenston ...  Martin Freeman in Fargo.

Melissa Locker writes:  Whether sparse and tense, or lavish and operatic, TV shows now have scores as impressive as their cinematic counterparts. We talk to the composers behind some of the best.

Television is having a moment. From Mad Men and True Detective to House of Cards and Boardwalk Empire, the small screen is no longer the last refuge of the washed-up stars of the silver screen, but is instead the first choice for Hollywood’s high-profile directors, actors and writers.

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