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Charlie Rose with Robert Kagan & William Kristol; Richard Haass & Fareed Zakaria; John Leguizamo; Itzhak Perlman & John Williams (August 8, 1997)
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Charlie talks to journalists Bill Kristol and Robert Kagan about their morals-based concept of foreign policy. Also, Richard Haass of the Brookings Institution and Fareed Zakaria of Foreign Affairs magazine discuss the republican party's splits on the issue of foreign policy. Next, actor John Leguizamo tells Charlie about his experiences as a Latin man and his new film, Spawn. Finally, violinist Itzhak Perlman and conductor John Williams, who has written scores for such memorable films as Star Wars, Indiana Jones and E. T. , discuss film music and Hollywood sound.
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By Shalom Freedman on June 23, 2008
Charlie Rose talks to composer- conductor John Williams and violinist Yitzhak Perlman about a CD they have made together- and a concert they are about to give. There are clips of film- music which have been selected for the CD. Perlman is one of the world's great violinists and his rendering of the music Williams wrote for 'Schindler's List' is powerfully moving. Williams and Perlman speak of their collaboration in mutual complimentary terms. An intelligent conversation conducted by Charlie Rose who establishes wonderful rapport with his guests.
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