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Hildur Guðnadóttir Wins Best Original Score at Golden Globes

Hildur Guðnadóttir has won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score for her haunting soundtrack to Joker. Guðnadóttir's win makes her the first-ever solo female winner in this category! In her acceptance speech, Guðnadóttir thanked Joker director Todd Phillips and star Joaquin Phoenix for their support; "Thank you, Todd, for inviting me on the journey of a lifetime, for all the trust and your faith and openness. Thank you, Joaquin, for making my job really easy with a spectacular, unbelievable performance."

The String Theory Receives Grammy Nomination for Best Spoken Word Album

The artist collective and neo-classical orchestra The String Theory, along with the award-winning poet Sekou Andrews are Grammy-nominated for their self-titled 6-track release in the category of Best Spoken Word Album. The String Theory constantly investigates new ways of interdisciplinary collaboration in the outskirts of composition, improvisation, art installation, and social event. The ensemble is the brainchild of conductors / producers Ben Lauber and PC Nackt, whose collaborations include composing film scores for Wim Wenders, and producing albums with the German electro-artist Sascha Ring aka Apparat.Stream Sekou Andrews & The String Theory, and check out their official video for "Good Vibes."

2020 Grammy Nominations Announced

Huge congratulations to the Grammy-nominated artists Hildur Guðnadóttir, Kaija Saariaho, and The String Theory! Recordings of music by Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Philip Glass, and Terry Riley also received nominations. See full nomination details below! Best Score Soundtrack For Visual MediaCHERNOBYLHildur Guðnadóttir, composerBest Classical CompendiumSAARIAHO: TRUE FIRE; TRANS; CIEL D'HIVERHannu Lintu, conductor; Laura Heikinheimo, producerKaija SaariahoBest Spoken Word AlbumSEKOU ANDREWS & THE STRING THEORYSekou Andrews & The String Theory Best Engineered Album, ClassicalSUN RINGSLeslie Ann Jones, engineer; Robert C. Ludwig, mastering engineer (Kronos Quartet)Terry Riley Best Engineered Album, ClassicalAEQUADaniel Shores, engineer; Daniel Shores, mastering engineer (International Contemporary Ensemble)Anna Thorvaldsdottir Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble PerformancePERPETULUM Third Coast PercussionPhilip Glass

'The Song of Names' In Select Theaters This December

Sony Pictures Classics' The Song of Names, featuring an original score by Howard Shore, comes to theaters December 25th in New York and Los Angeles! The film follows Martin Simmonds (Tim Roth) as he searches for his long-lost brother, a virtuoso violinist, who disappeared thirty-five years earlier on the night of his debut concert that would have launched his career. Watch the official trailer below, and visit the film's website for more information.

Dustbowl Revival's New Track "Mirror" - One of Rolling Stone's Best Country & Americana Songs To Hear Right Now

Dustbowl Revival has shared two new singles to great acclaim in preview of their album Is It You, Is It Me - releasing January 31st, 2020! Noted for its "cinematic flourishes" and "pizzicato strings," "Mirror" has been named one of Rolling Stone's 10 Best Country & Americana Songs to Hear Now. Additionally, the upbeat groovy "Enemy" premiered with American Songwriter, and has been praised for its "ominous driving bass" and "ghostly guitar riffs." Pre-order Is It You, Is It Me here - https://orcd.co/isityouisitme

Hildur Guðnadóttir Awarded TV Composer of the Year at World Soundtrack Awards

Hildur Guðnadóttir has been named TV Composer of the Year at the annual World Soundtrack Awards held in Ghent, Belgium on October 18th. Guðnadóttir received the award for scoring HBO’s Chernobyl, which she also recently won an Emmy for, along with her work on the Icelandic television series Trapped. Listen to Trapped and follow Hildur to stay up-to-date!

Christopher Paul Stelling Announces Ben Harper-Produced Album 'Best of Luck'

Folk singer-songwriter Christopher Paul Stelling has announced his forthcoming album Best of Luck, releasing February 7th on ANTI. Produced by Ben Harper, the album will feature an all-star rhythm section with Jimmy Paxson (Stevie Nicks, Dixie Chicks) on drums, and upright bass player Mike Valerio (Randy Newman, LA Philharmonic). Check out the album’s lead single “Trouble Don’t Follow Me” below, which Stelling describes as “a song about marching on, a warning to anything that might stand in your way, and needing to feel strong for the people around you, so you can inspire them to do the same.” Pre-order Best of Luck and view US fall tour dates here.

Anoushka Shankar Releases New Single "Lovable" featuring Ibeyi

"Lovable" by Anoushka Shankar is out now via Mercury KX! The new single, which marks a clear shift in style and subject for the renowned sitarist/composer, features Shankar for the first time on vocals, and the French-Cuban duo Ibeyi. UMusic describes the track as "plaintive and striking in its low-key meditation of heartbreak and loss." Follow Anoushka Shankar as she continues to release new music, and be on the lookout for 2020 tour dates!

Natacha Atlas Releases New Album 'Strange Days'

Strange Days by Natacha Atlas is out now via Whirlwind Recordings! Described as a "darkly dystopian Arabic-infused jazz fantasy," the release has received positive reviews including from London Jazz News and Downbeat Magazine - the latter complimenting the album's "sophisticated atmosphere" and "compositional boldness." "Strange Days is a culmination of what I want to express through music - my hybridity and duality between the Middle East and Europe, in all its facets," affirms Atlas. "We are blessed with these musicians, combining everything we love about jazz and Arabic music." Listen to Strange Days and order the limited-edition vinyl.

Music Sales Corp. Announces Worldwide Publishing Purchase from The Tubes Songwriter Mike Evans

Music Sales Corp. is excited to announce the worldwide publishing purchase of certain copyright assets from Mike Evans, a key lyricist for the progressive-punk group The Tubes, who penned many iconic hits including “White Punks on Dope,” “What Do You Want From Life,” and “I Was A Punk Before You Were a Punk.”Known for their larger-than-life shows and satirical lyrics highlighting America’s consumerism and celebrity culture, The Tubes were a cult-classic and a notable part of the underground music scene during the 1970s and 1980s. “I am convinced my songs have landed in a great place … a place that will work hard to promote them. And now the songs are publishing mates with the legendary Dion DiMucci … quite an honor,” Mike Evans reflects on the deal.“We are thrilled to welcome Mike Evans’ catalog to Music Sales,” says Jeffrey Duncan, Executive Vice President of Music Sales Corp. “The Tubes undeniably shook up the 70s’ and 80s’ cultural landscape with their rugged individualism and fearless parodies, and Mike is responsible for co-writing many of their hits, which consistently see new life.” The anthemic “White Punks on Dope,” written by Mike Evans, Bill Spooner, and Roger Steen, ridiculed kids of Hollywood’s rich and famous, and helped propel the San Francisco-based group to widespread popularity.“Their fortunes changed almost immediately,” Evans shares. “Between ‘White Punks on Dope,’ ‘What Do You Want From Life,’ plus their superior musicianship and circus-like live show, The Tubes became a Bay Area sensation. It became pretty commonplace to see WPOD spray-painted on walls around San Francisco. The excitement grew and led to The Tubes being signed to A&M Records and releasing their first album in 1975.” Prairie Prince, drummer for The Tubes, also describes how “White Punks on Dope” took off. “Mike Evans was our little Messiah. Everything that he said we were always holding onto with some reverence and taking his advice on what would work and what were the kids going to like. We went with that and it became an instant underground classic in the Bay Area and then spread out across the world.”Continuing to hold cultural prominence and relevancy, “White Punks on Dope” has received many interpretations including by Motley Crüe, Nina Hagen, Elton Duck, and was parodied by Ric Ocasek (of The Cars) within the 1993 film Fear of a Black Hat. Additionally, a new cover has been released today by rock mega-group Down ‘n’ Outz, fronted by 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Joe Elliott of Def Leppard.Attracting Cher, Gene Simmons, Kate Jackson, and more as fans, The Tubes’ live shows featured lewd characters, inflatable props, explosions, dancers, acrobats, and choreography by Kenny Ortega (later known for Dirty Dancing and Michael Jackson’s This Is It tour). Additionally, they were one of the first acts ever to incorporate the use of video projections in performance.

Minnie Riperton’s “Les Fleurs” Featured on Jordan Peele’s “Us” Soundtrack - Deluxe Vinyl Set

Minnie Riperton’s classic “Les Fleurs,” written by Richard Rudolph and Charles Stepney, is featured on Jordan Peele’s “Us” soundtrack, as part of a brand-new deluxe vinyl set.Appearing at the film’s end credits, Peele’s significant use of “Les Fleurs” has been noted by Variety, Genius, uDiscoverMusic.com, and more. “It’s almost a palate cleanser,” Mike Knobloch, President of Film Music for Universal Pictures, shares with Variety."It is clearly not an obvious choice, if you’re going down the playlist of songs that you would think would have a significant role in this movie. But even though it’s not exactly a happy ending, it is a wink and it lets you off the hook and it allows you to exhale, even if, played against the visual, you’re not quite all the way out of the woods. So it really checks a lot of boxes in a very satisfying way." “Jordan found that and put it in early on … anything else that we talked about or tried did not hold a candle to how well Minnie Riperton worked, in putting a really pretty song against a not totally neat and tidy ending,” Knobloch continued. Released in 1970, “Les Fleurs” appears as the first track on Riperton’s debut album Come To My Garden.

2019 TIFF Premieres Announced

We can't wait for this year's Toronto Film Festival! The lineup of premieres have been announced and many high-profile films feature original scores by Music Sales composers. Hildur Guðnadóttir scored the new Joker film directed by Todd Phillips; Jed Kurzel wrote the music for Justin Kurzel's True History Of The Kelly Gang; Peter Gregson composed the score for British director Roger Michell's Blackbird; Rupert Goold's Judy Garland biopic Judy has music by Gabriel Yared and Ariel Marx scored Nicole Delaney's short filmThirsty starring Maya Rudolph and Jay Ellis.

Hildur Guðnadóttir Nominated for 2019 World Soundtrack Awards - TV Composer of the Year

Congrats to Hildur Guðnadóttir on her 2019 World Soundtrack Awards nomination for Best Television Composer of The Year! Guðnadóttir recently composed the scores to HBO’s critically-acclaimed Chernobyl, the hit Icelandic TV mystery drama series Trapped, and Todd Phillips’ highly-anticipated Joker film – which will screen at the 2019 Toronto Film Festival for its North American premiere.

MSC Catalog Acquisition: Curtis Knight feat. Jimi Hendrix / Harts Honors Hendrix

MSC Catalog Acquisition - Curtis Knight feat. Jimi HendrixHarlem soul singer Curtis Knight met Jimi Hendrix at the Americana hotel in 1965 and their musical collaborating began. Several early recording sessions yielded such songs as “How Would You Feel?”, “Gloomy Monday” and “Fool For You Baby”. Jimi recorded another crop of songs with Curtis in 1967 with his newly purchased Wha-Wha pedal including “Happy Birthday”, “Flashing” and “Hush Now”. The Beastie Boys sampled one of these songs as the musical bed for their single “Jimmy James,” from their classic Check Your Head album. These important songs represent a vital evolution point, not only in the musical journeys both of Knight and Hendrix, but also in the greater timeline of rock, funk and soul, and their fusion. Harts Plays HendrixHarts has garnered constant comparison with his expansive explorations of funk, rock, jazz, blues, and psychedelia. Fresh from lighting up Triple J studios with Denzel Curry for Like A Version, Harts is set to electrify the Melbourne Recital Centre in May. This premiere live performance celebrates the 50 year legacy of Jimi Hendrix and pays tribute to the anniversaries of his studio albums while bringing the distinct flair of his iconic performances as only Harts can.The show consists of a carefully curated setlist from Jimi's entire catalog, performed live by Harts in a powerful three-piece band experience, and guest appearances by some of Australia's most beloved musicians.

Hauschka's 'Nature Fights Back' Scores Apple Short Film

'Nature Fights Back' by Hauschka is the featured piano composition within Apple's "The Underdogs," a new humorous short film part of the Apple at Work campaign. With its driving beat and high energy, the song seamlessly amplifies the frenzied momentum of collleagues preparing for a pitch meeting, while showcasing Apple software's time-saving efficiency. 'Nature Fights Back' was originally released on Hauschka's 2017 album What If. Watch Apple's short film below, and follow Hauschka to stay up-to-date.

Bryce Dessner's 'El Chan' Featured As One Of Pitchfork's '5 Albums You Should Listen To Now'

Bryce Dessner's brand-new classical album El Chan has been selected as one of Pitchfork's '5 Albums Out Today You Should Listen To Now.'The album features Katia and Marielle Labèque on piano, and debuts the recordings of three Dessner-composed works: “Concerto for Two Pianos,” “El Chan,” and “Haven” - the latter accompanied by Dessner and David Chalmin on guitar.Listen to El Chan here, and follow Bryce Dessner to stay up-to-date.

Music Sales Represented at BAFTA TV Awards

Congrats to Volker Bertelmann! His score for the Sky Atlantic / Showcase series Patrick Melrose has been nominated for Best Original Music for this year's BAFTA TV Awards. Additionally, Anne Nikitin composed the original music for Mrs Wilson, which received numerous BAFTA TV nominations including Best Mini-Series, and Dustin O'Halloran scored the music for Save Me which is nominated for Best Drama Series.Stay tuned for the BAFTA Awards on Sunday, May 12th!

Bryce Dessner Announces New Classical Album 'El Chan'

Bryce Dessner has announced the international release of El Chan on April 5th via Deutche Grammophon. The new classical album features Katia and Marielle Labèque on piano, and debuts the recordings of three Dessner-composed works: “Concerto for Two Pianos,” “El Chan,” and “Haven” - the latter accompanied by Dessner and David Chalmin on guitar. Originally written for the Labèque sisters, "Concerto for Two Pianos" premiered with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at Southbank Centre in April 2018, and has been performed by many orchestras since including Orchestre de Paris, Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra, and Musica Nova in Helsinki - where Dessner served as Artist-In-Residence. It will premiere in the US this September with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. “El Chan,” both the title piece and the album, are dedicated to the film director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu and his wife Maria Eladia Hagerman. The collection of music is inspired by the mythical spirit ‘El Chan’ of their hometown San Miguel de Allende. Watch the teaser for El Chan below, and follow Bryce Dessner as he embarks on his four-date European Minimalist Dream House tour this April alongside Katia and Marielle Labeque, David Chalmin, and special guest Thom Yorke.

Ludovico Einaudi To Release 'Seven Days Walking' Album Collection

Ludovico Einaudi is set to release seven digital albums over the next seven months - an ambitious collection titled Seven Days Walking. The series will conclude this fall with a box set via Decca Records.The composer and pianist is "the world's most-streamed classical artist of all time," earning more than one million streams daily and more than two billion streams overall. Listen to "Cold Wind Variation 1" from Seven Days Walking: Day 1 (out Friday March 15th), and view Ludovico's upcoming US tour dates here.

Hauschka Releases A Different Forest

On February 8th, Oscar-nominated film composer and renowned pianist Hauschka (Volker Bertelmann) releases his latest album A Different Forest via Sony Classical. The album is his first for the label and sees him strip away his customary instrumental preparations in favour of straight solo piano. Hauschka’s experience of nature as his basis for understanding life and the composition of music is the central theme of the album. He said of the album ‘In A Different Forest, I’m focusing on the forest as a natural environment and contrast to the urban everyday life. How often have I gone for a walk and finished on the crest of a hill or maintain top, and found a new perspective on things. It’s quite a moving experience, realising that everything has been there for such a long time and will continue to exist, yet our human existence is reduced to but a fraction of the earth’s history.’ Released in October 2018, ‘Curious’, the first single from the album, heralds this central theme. Listen here

Music Sales Corp. Acquires Administrative Rights to Frederick Hollander's Catalog for the US and Canada

Music Sales Corp. announces it has acquired the administrative rights to German composer Frederick Hollander’s catalog for the US and Canada. The deal includes Hollander’s signature piece “Ich bin von Kopf bis Fuß auf Liebe eingestellt,” and its popularized version “Falling In Love Again,” with English lyrics by Reginald Connelly. First performed by Marlene Dietrich and the Frederick Hollander Orchestra within the 1930 film Der Blaue Engel, Dietrich later recorded and brought the English composition to international success. Since, the song has been interpreted by countless artists - most notably Billie Holiday, Count Basie, Dionne Warwick, Sammy Davis Jr., and The Beatles. Der Blaue Engel was just the beginning of Hollander’s career in film. He quickly became a featured composer for Germany’s leading film studio UFA, where he produced music for classic films including Einbrecher, Der Mann, der seinen Mörder sucht, Stürme der Leidenschaft, and Ich und die Kaiserin. Hollander has been praised for his bold and progressive voice within Germany’s Weimar era. In 1931 he opened Tingel Tangel, a cabaret-style theater within Berlin’s famous Theater des Westens, which became wildly successful for its “jazzy music, witty lyrics, and daring political satire.” Many of these performed pieces, like "Spuk in der Villa Stern" made Hollander an early Nazi target, and he escaped to the United States within two years of Hitler’s prominence. Once arriving in Hollywood, Hollander’s career as a film composer continued to flourish. Similar to “Falling in Love,” select songs led to success beyond their respective films including “Awake in a Dream” (Desire,1936) performed by frequent collaborator Marlene Dietrich, and “Moonlight and Shadows,” introduced by Dorothy Lamour (The Jungle Princess, 1937), which later inspired versions that topped the US charts by Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm, Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra, and Bing Crosby. Hollander composed for over one hundred films, including Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941), The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T. (1953 Academy Award nominee), and Sabrina (1954) starring Audrey Hepburn. To commemorate his immense musical contributions, Hollander was awarded the 1959 Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, and posthumously received a center-city square named in his honor (Friedrich Hollaender Platz). Additionally this January, Hollander’s songs from the Weimar-era will be celebrated within Juilliard's Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts and New York Festival of Song (NYFOS)’s program titled “Kurt Weill’s Berlin,” for being as “bracing and brilliant as the day they were written.”

Composer Ariel Marx Signs Worldwide Co-Publishing Deal with Music Sales Corporation

Music Sales Corp. is thrilled to announce the signing of the award-winning film/TV composer and multi-instrumentalist Ariel Marx to a worldwide co-publishing deal. The agreement covers all existing and future works, including the scores to the acclaimed films The Tale and To Dust. Recently hailed as “a film composer to watch” by Filmmaker Magazine, Ariel is recognized for her versatility in genre and ability to craft engaging, emotional undertones for the screen. A violinist herself, she often pairs strings, piano, and folk instruments with electronics. This year, Ariel most notably scored the Emmy, Gotham, and Spirit Award-nominated HBO film The Tale (starring Laura Dern, Elizabeth Debicki, Jason Ritter, Ellen Burstyn, Common and John Heard), in addition to Shawn Snyder’s To Dust (starring Géza Röhrig and Matthew Broderick) which garnered both the Narrative Audience Award and Best New Narrative Director at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. Musical works to come include a co-composed score for Edward James Olmos’ forthcoming filmThe Devil Has a Name, as well as featured music for both Galt Niederhoffer’s 10 Things We Should Do Before We Break Up, and Sarah Pirozek’s #LIKE. “I am thrilled and proud to be joining the Music Sales community,” Ariel Marx says. “I'm humbled and inspired by my fellow artists and collaborators, and can't wait to see what this journey brings. Thanks for having me!” “I love Ariel’s choices musically and am so excited to witness her push her own creative boundaries,” says Oscar Mazzola. “She is a rising star among her peers and I am so honored that she chose to work with us.” Listen to Ariel’s original motion picture soundtrack for The Tale, in addition to a selection of recent works here. (Photo: Music Sales' Vice President of A&R, Film, TV, and Ads Oscar Mazzola, Ariel Marx, and Music Sales' Executive Vice President Miles Feinberg)

G.Schirmer Acquires Worldwide Publishing Rights to Florence Price's Catalog

NEW YORK, NY November 15th, 2018 – G. Schirmer, Inc., part of The Music Sales Group, announces it has acquired the worldwide publishing rights to classical composer Florence Price's catalog.Florence Price was one of the first African-American women to be nationally recognized as a composer, and was the first African-American woman to have her work performed by a major American orchestra; the Chicago Symphony Orchestra gave the world premiere of her Symphony No. 1 in E Minor on June 15, 1933, shortly after it won the then-coveted Rodman Wanamaker Prize.While her compositional training was based in European classical tradition, she is known to have expanded the American musical vernacular by elegantly combining the language of her classical training with modern references inspired by African-American spirituals and blues, incorporating European classical and American folk styles."We at G. Schirmer/Music Sales are thrilled and honored to provide a publishing home for the brilliant, expressive music of Florence Price," says G. Schirmer's Promotion Director Rachel Sokolow. "Our stewardship of her performance materials will provide worldwide accessibility to her catalog. As more orchestras and presenters recognize the need to address diversity in classical music programming, we hope that Price's oeuvre can be a valuable resource.""We are so proud that our grandmother has been re-discovered at a time when the high quality, value, and beauty of her work is not negated due to her gender or color," Price's granddaughter Vicki Hammond expresses, also on behalf of Price's grandson Timothy Taylor. "We are very grateful to the folks at G. Schirmer for bringing her contributions to the performance community and the public worldwide."Read the New York Times exclusive featuring Robert Thompson, President of G. Schirmer.Like many composers, Price drew inspiration from her personal connections with other prominent artists of the time, from poet Langston Hughes to singer Marian Anderson among others. She set the influential Langston Hughes poem cycle Songs to a Dark Virgin in 1941, and her undated song Sympathy (set to a Paul Laurence Dunbar poem) is said to have inspired Maya Angelou. Singer Marian Anderson regularly performed Price's haunting arrangement of My Soul's Been Anchored in the Lord, including to close out her historic concert at the Lincoln Memorial in 1939.Although she did achieve historic success, Price struggled with having her work considered for performance."To begin with I have two handicaps — those of sex and race," she wrote in her first of many letters to the famed Boston Symphony Orchestra conductor Serge Koussevitsky. "Unfortunately the work of a woman composer is preconceived by many to be light, froth, lacking in depth, logic and virility. Add to that the incident of race — I have Colored blood in my veins — and you will understand some of the difficulties that confront one in such a position." A later excerpt stated, "I would like to be judged on merit alone." Unable to achieve greater exposure as the American cultural landscape evolved, Price's work began to fade from public regard after her passing in 1953.Fifty-six years later, some of the composer's works and papers were discovered in an abandoned house near St. Anne, Illinois in 2009, sparking renewed interest in her work. The collection contained dozens of scores in manuscript, thought to be lost, including her Violin Concertos Nos. 1 and 2, recently recorded by violinist Er-Gene Kahng and the Janacek Philharmonic, and released via Albany Records.These findings and Ms. Kahng's recent recording have led a current revival of Price's work through performances, recordings, and an outpouring of publicity, including a 2018 New Yorker article titled "The Rediscovery of Florence Price" and a New York Times article titled "Welcoming a Black Female Composer Into the Canon. Finally.""Not only did Price fail to enter the canon; a large quantity of her music came perilously close to obliteration," The New Yorker's Alex Ross also acknowledged earlier this year. "That run-down house in St. Anne is a potent symbol of how a country can forget its cultural history."This year alone will see performances from the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Arkansas Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra of St. Luke's, and the Fort Smith Symphony — who world-premiered Price's Symphony No. 4 in D Minor this past May. Upcoming performances of her work will be led by the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the Phoenix Symphony, and the Minnesota Orchestra, among others. Photo © University of Arkansas Libraries Special Collections Price artist-playlist on Spotify

Node Records Releases Original Soundtrack Album for 'The Wife'

Featuring Original Music by BAFTA-Award Winning and Golden-Globe Nominated Composer Jocelyn Pook “Jocelyn Pook's understated musical score may well be the film's true hidden genius.” Selig Film News LOS ANGELES, CA (November 12, 2018)– Node Records is pleased to announce the release of Jocelyn Pook’s original motion picture score album for the critically acclaimed film The Wife. The soundtrack is now available through all major digital music platforms via Node Records. Currently in worldwide theatrical release, the film stars Glenn Close, Jonathan Pryce, Christian Slater, and Elizabeth McGovern. Directed by Björn Runge, the film is an adaptation of Meg Wolitzer’s bestselling novel about a woman (Close) who questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband (Jonathan Pryce), where he is to be honoured with the Nobel Prize for Literature. Featuring a sublime score by Jocelyn Pook (Eyes Wide Shut, The Staircase) for piano and chamber orchestra, reviews have overwhelmingly recognized the primary role Pook’s music plays in creating the complex undercurrents and powerful, emotional atmospheres that Runge’s thriller demands. "I am so pleased that the soundtrack of The Wife is finally going to be released alongside the film,” Jocelyn Pook remarks. “It was an absolute joy to work on a film with such depth and resonance for our times; a film with rich cinematography and with extraordinarily masterful yet understated performances. It was also wonderful to work with the director Björn Runge who was both inspiring and trusting.” The soundtrack was executive-produced by Lucy Bright, Tracy McKnight, and Robert Thompson. ABOUT JOCELYN POOK:Jocelyn Pook is a BAFTA Award-winning composer who writes music for film, television, theatre, dance, the concert platform, and her own album projects. Often remembered for her film score to Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut, other notable film scores include The Merchant of Venice, Brick Lane, and L’Emploi Du Temps. ABOUT NODE RECORDS:Node Records is a boutique label committed to releasing and marketing music from groundbreaking artists and films. Based in Los Angeles and New York, Node has a partner in BFE / The Orchard Sony for its marketing and distribution. Vision. Passion. Music.

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