The gorgeous score for the Netflix original film The King has already amassed 18 million streams on Spotify, underscoring the immersive power of Britell’s haunting tracks and the world of King Henry V. – Screen Rant
Ever since The King–Original Score from the Netflix Film was released in 2019, fans simply could not get enough of the score by three-time Academy Award-nominated Composer Nicholas Britell! With over 18 million streams of the soundtrack on Spotify to date, it is only fitting to give fans more of what they want! Coming this summer, Britell’s film score is expected to release on black vinyl via Lakeshore Records! View more album details below.
Read the vinyl announcement premiere at Screen Rant.
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Mastered at Bernie Grundman.
Expected on or around July 8, 2022
01. Ballade in C# Minor: Coronation
02. Estampie – Eastcheap
03. Song of Hal: Strings in C# Minor
04. Tetrachord – War and Fate
05. Canticle in E Minor
06. Hymn – Mvmt 1: Prelude
07. Ballade in F# Minor: Trebuchets
08. Song of Hal: Strings in B Minor
09. Ballade in B-flat Minor: Descent
11. Marche – Agincourt
12. Hymn – Mvmt 2: Lament
13. Tetrachord – Rex
14. Hymn – Mvmt 3: Elegy
15. Song of Hal: Conclusio in C Minor
“Rooting his score in beautifully melancholic strings, playing at the bottom of their register, Britell incorporated brass, an “old analog synth,” prepared piano, digitally manipulated percussion, as well as the Trinity Boys Choir to capture “the sadness and darkness” of King Henry V’s world, with a score that felt timeless and appropriate for the tragic hero.” – Deadline
The incredible music heard in the period drama comes courtesy of Britell, who is a powerhouse in the film industry. He’s the man that has been nominated for Oscars for his two collaborations with filmmaker Barry Jenkins, “Moonlight” and “If Beale Street Could Talk,” – Charles Barfield, The Playlist
“The buildup to the brawling clash is superbly calibrated, with composer Nicholas Britell’s sumptuous orchestral score“
– Hollywood Reporter
“The King is so dramatically potent and the emotion runs deep” – Movie Wave
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