It’s the music, stupid!

A number of people have written for the Twin Peaks Project about the music of the show, but Kevin Titterton takes to an extreme the argument of the score’s centrality to the art entire. And does so convincingly, by showing how the themes for primary characters not only create context for their action, but seem to direct interpretation. Fortunately, he’s included a host of links to key songs and scenes, because reading his essay—published today over at The Rumpus—makes me want to rewatch the whole dang thing again. Read his excellent consideration of the Twin Peaks soundtrack here.