At the prelude discussion by Bill Scanlon Murphy and composer Andrew Earle Simpson at the Columbia Orchestra for a performance of Sibelius and Chaplin, Sat. Oct. 7, 2017 at the Jim Rouse Theater. Tonight's performance is music to accompany the 1917 silent film, "The Immigrant," by Charlie Chaplin. A discussion of Chaplin's ability to place pathos and comedy next to each other. An observation that a film about the challenges of immigration portrayed in a movie from 100 years ago. Murphy always delights in explaining the obscure intracacies and complexities of the music that is about to be performed.