From the cello-laden soundtrack of If Beale Street Could Talk to the symphony of “wrong notes” he created for Vice, composer Nicholas Britell seeks out sounds that capture each film’s essence.- NPR
Much has been written of Nicholas Britell’s Academy Award-nominated score to If Beale Street Could Talk, Barry Jenkins’ Academy Award-winning period drama based on the James Baldwin novel. NPR’s Terry Gross chats with Nicholas on “Fresh Air”:
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