A Million Ways To Die In The West (2014)

Directed by Seth MacFarlane



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Composer and conductor Joel McNeely gives notes to the violins
Composer and conductor Joel McNeely and the orchestra prepare to record the next cue
Composer Joel McNeely conducts the orchestra on <i>A Million Ways To Die In The West</i>
The violins
Composer and conductor Joel McNeely and the orchestra
Composer and conductor Joel McNeely records with the orchestra
The bass section: (front) Mike Valerio, Chris Kollgaard, Bruce Morgenthaler, Nico Abondolo (principal); (rear) Peter Lloyd, Ed Meares, Drew Dembowski, and Oscar Hidalgo
Bassists Bruce Morgenthaler and Nico Abondolo
Composer and conductor Joel McNeely
Booth reader Margaret Batjer, trumpet player Jon Lewis, and composer/conductor Joel McNeely
Harpist JoAnn Turovsky
Composer and conductor Joel McNeely and the orchestra perform on <i>A Million Ways To Die In The West</i>
The monitor view of composer and conductor Joel McNeely
Music editor Chuck Martin and orchestrator Dave Slonaker
Percussionist Alan Estes
Pianist Bryan Pezzone
Composer and conductor Joel McNeely
English hornist Lara Wickes
Violinists Natalie Leggett and Katie Popov
Stage recordist Adam Michalak, scoring mixer Richard Breen, orchestrator David Slonaker, music editor Chuck Martin, director Seth MacFarlane (standing), and booth reader Margaret Batjer
Flutists Jenni Olson & Heather Clark and oboists Davis Weiss, Leslie Reed, & Lara Wickes
A 98-piece orchestra records Joel McNeely's score to <i>A Million Ways To Die In The West</i>
Booth reader Margaret Batjer
Booth reader Margaret Batjer, director Seth MacFarlane and composer/conductor Joel McNeely
Music editor Tonya Hill, music editor Chuck Martin, orchestrator Dave Slonaker, and music librarian Mark Graham
Cellist Kim Scholes and principal cello Andrew Shulman
Director Seth MacFarlane, composer Joel McNeely, and scoring mixer Richard Breen
Percussionist Greg Goodall
Composer and conductor Joel McNeely talks to the violins
Percussionists Greg Goodall, Alan Estes, and Don Williams
Scoring mixer Richard Breen poses for the camera as booth reader Margaret Batjer and director Seth MacFarlane listen to the score
Trumpets Dan Rosenboom & Jon Lewis and trombonists Alex Iles & Steve Holtman
French hornists Dan Kelley and Steve Becknell
The French horn section: Ben Jaber, Mark Adams, Jenny Kim, Dan Kelley, Steve Becknell, and Dave Everson
Composer Joel McNeely and the orchestra perform
Music editor Chuck Martin and orchestrator Dave Slonaker listen to a cue
Pianist Bryan Pezzone performs on a cue
Composer and conductor Joel McNeely speaks to the orchestra
Director Seth MacFarlane and scoring mixer Richard Breen look on as composer Joel McNeely edits a cue
The brass section: trumpets Dan Rosenboom, Jon Lewis, & Jim Grinta; trombones Bill Booth, Alex Iles, Steve Holtman, & Bill Reichenbach; and tuba Doug Tornquist
The woodwinds: flutists Steve Kujala, Jenni Olson, & Heather Clark; oboists Davis Weiss, Leslie Reed, & Lara Wickes; clarinetists Ralph Williams, Ben Lulich, & Stuart Clark; & bassoonists Ken Munday, Rose Corrigan, and Judy Farmer
Booth reader Margaret Batjer discusses a cue with orchestrator Dave Slonaker
The French horn section: Ben Jaber, Mark Adams, Jenny Kim, Dan Kelley, Steve Becknell, and Dave Everson
A percussion part from <i>A Million Ways To Die In The West</i>
Composer Joel McNeely conducts a 98-piece orchestra on <i>A Million Ways To Die In The West</i>
The view from the viola section as composer Joel McNeely conducts the orchestra
Scoring mixer Richard Breen talks with music editor Chuck Martin and orchestrator Dave Slonaker
Music editor Chuck Martin, orchestrator Dave Slonaker, and music librarian Mark Graham discuss a cue
The orchestra records a cue from <i>A Million Ways To Die In The West</i>
The flutes and oboes: Steve Kujala, Jenni Olson, Heather Clark, Davis Weiss, Leslie Reed, & Lara Wickes
Composer and conductor Joel McNeely prepare to record for the next scene
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