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Looking Back (glee) (ver. 1) by Kerry Muzzey - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
Used as a recurring love theme in the TV series Glee. Kerry Muzzey is an American film & television composer who has become equally well-known for two very different types of music: “Epica” or “trailer music” (as you’ll hear on his albums “Trailer Music” “Trailer Music 2” and “Cinematica”) and for a much more subdued and poignant traditional classical and filmic style, as you’ll hear in the scores for the Jessica Biel-produced film “Hole in the Paper Sky” and the Tribeca Film Festival darling “Amexicano.” His music was catapulted to much greater notoriety in 2009 with the premiere of the FOX series “GLEE” which uses his cue “Looking Back” from the “Home Movies” album as a recurring love theme in the series, and with the use of “1492” from “Trailer.    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Kerry Muzzey is an American film & television composer who has become equally well-known for two very different types of music: “Epica” or “trailer music” (as you’ll hear on his albums “Trailer Music” “Trailer Music 2” and “Cinematica”) and for a much more subdued and poignant traditional classical and filmic style, as you’ll hear in the scores for the Jessica Biel-produced film “Hole in the Paper Sky” and the Tribeca Film Festival darling “Amexicano.” His music was catapulted to much greater notoriety in 2009 with the premiere of the FOX series “GLEE” which uses his cue “Looking Back” from the “Home Movies” album as a recurring love theme in the series, and with the use of “1492” from “Trailer Music” as the trailer for director Jon M. Chu’s upcoming series “The LXD.” Kerry splits his time between NYC and L.A. and is scheduled to make the permanent leap to Los Angeles in the spring of 2010. Used as a recurring love theme in the TV series Glee.Kerry Muzzey is an American film &.
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