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Making noise for silent films

By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / September 8, 2008

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Not many bands would tour as accompaniment to classic silent films. But then, the Alloy Orchestra isn't your normal band. The three-man orchestra scored "Metropolis" in 1991 and has since written for dozens of movies. Tonight, outside at Brandeis's Chapels Field, the musicians will use a mix of found instruments, keyboards, and clarinet to create an aural backdrop for "Chang: ... (Full article: 95 words)

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