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 Posted:   Sep 26, 2023 - 8:33 AM   
 By:   nuts_score   (Member)

Thank you once again for a measured, thoughtful and meaningful response.

Always a pleasure to read your comments.


I appreciate the sentiments, gents. I certainly can sympathize with the feeling many have that this is perhaps distractingly different than what expectations for a film score may be. And, again, usually that is what has been appealing to me lately. Film scoring got remarkably boring in recent years despite many great gems to be heard.

I was already a tried-and-true fan of the Scandinavian musical magician Jóhann Jóhannsson. The day of his passing I was truly gobsmacked having to reconcile that I wouldn't get to hear brand new work from someone I had been entranced by (his record label does a great job keeping his existing work consistently released, at least). Tough day, that one. But one of his closest collaborators and co-conspirators, Miss Guðnadóttir, started to become more prevalent in this field and I felt like there was still a sound that was entrancing me. It isn't a sound that can or should appeal to all ears. And that's fine. I prefer it that way, maybe.

 Posted:   Sep 26, 2023 - 11:32 AM   
 By:   rjc   (Member)

Nothing has been stated as to why exactly Doyle wasn't involved, has it?

Most of the conversation has been around his inability to find the scheduling around his work on the King's coronation obligations.

Yeah. I guess I was wondering if anything more definitive had been established by now.

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