Falling for Britell’s music for this love story is easy. His string writing literally sounds like a lover breathing next to you, and his tight, bittersweet harmonies make you ache to hear where they’ll resolve next. – J. Bryan Lowder, Slate
What soundtracks of the past year have you put at the top of your list? Nicholas Britell’s Academy Award-nominated score to If Beale Street Could Talk had critics swooning since its debut at film festivals. Landing on the No. 1 slot, Britell’s score is positioned on Slate‘s Oscars list. Have you fallen in love with Beale Street as well? Listen to the score below.
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Here’s a great A to Z primer on If Beale Street Could Talk Composer Nicholas Britell, straight from the composer himself in this video interview with Film.Music.Media.! Find out what inspired him to get into film scoring and who he has worked with over the years, leading up to his Academy Award® nomination for Beale Street! See listening and soundtrack purchase links below.
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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”: