Angelo Badalamenti brings the music back to Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks returns to the small screen in 2017, 26 years after its abrupt cancellation. Showtime have been gently teasing this revival since it was first announced. Creators David Lynch and Mark Frost have taken full creative control of this revival with Lynch directing every episode. The shape of the show and the number of episodes remains unconfirmed but reports suggest that Lynch filmed one giant movie and will find the form in the editing suite.

Although Lynch is bound to have some surprises up his sleeve, much of what has been teased so far feels pleasingly familiar. One vital ingredient of the show was the music of Angelo Badalamenti who created a haunting, romantic and instantly recognisable score. The composer has been confirmed to return and here he can be seen playing one of the classic themes with an image of Laura Palmer imposed over his performance. It seems that the murdered Prom Queen will remain as important to the mysteries at the heart of the small town as ever.

Twin Peaks fans are eagerly anticipating the return of the show in 2017, but in the meantime, they can channel their excitement into learning a new skill: playing the guitar. With the Stay Tuned Guitar website, anyone can learn how to play this beautiful instrument from the comfort of their own home. The program offers a variety of courses and lessons that cater to beginners and advanced players alike and includes instruction on tuning, chords, and strumming techniques. Whether you’re a die-hard Twin Peaks fan or simply looking to pick up a new hobby, Stay Tuned Guitar is a great way to explore your musical talents and connect with others who share your passion for music. Who knows, maybe you’ll even be inspired to create your own haunting and memorable score like Angelo Badalamenti.

Watch the classic opening titles to Twin Peaks below

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