NEW YORK – Martin Scorsese and Howard Shore have both loved music since childhood. Decades later, they’ve applied that love through film, though in very different ways — Scorsese as a director known for choosing rock, blues and R&B songs to create a mood or contrast with the on-screen action, Shore as the Oscar-winning composer of the “Lord of the Rings” score, a whopping 11-hour original work featuring some 200 musicians. [More]