Tag: The Leftovers

Max Richter

Max Richter: Dona Nobis Pacem (The Leftovers) fingerstyle guitar

“Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.” ― Bruce Lee Refinement I’m definitely a believer that your best effort is often good enough. As a creator, it’s easy to get mired in perfectionism.  The people who accomplish […]

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The Twins (Prague) for classical guitar

Max Richter: Departure (The Leftovers) fingerstyle guitar

While technology in film is often times bedazzling to look at — nothing beats authentic characters. A friend of mine made the observation that even a good plot can’t beat plain old great actors and well developed characters. When I think about it, some of my favorite […]

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Opening titles theme

Max Richter: How to play the The Leftovers (Main Title Theme) for guitar

So far, the most interesting thing about HBO’s The Leftovers is the opening title sequence which aired at the beginning of the second episode. It’s a dark, hedonistic riff on the Sistine Chapel — with a fairly compelling theme song by composer, Max Richter. A […]

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Vladimir's Blues by Max Richter

The Leftovers: How to Play Vladimir’s Blues for guitar (Max Richter)

“Play is the highest form of research.” ― Albert Einstein I’m interested in HBO’S new series, The Leftovers, so naturally I wanted to find out what the music was all about. I knew Max Richter was composing the score, but I wanted to hear, and […]

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