Some favorite tracks include the silent movie dramatic flare of Daughter of the Storm, the tragic tones of Ben Robbed and the various tracks in the museum, such as The Museum Beckons, Wolves, Dioramas and Museum Pursuits. – Melissa Minners, G-pop.net
In the latest review of the Wonderstruck soundtrack featuring score by Carter Burwell, G-pop picks out some favorite tracks on the album while explaining the use of the score in two very different timelines in the film: the ’20s and the ’70s. What is your favorite track in the album? Read the full review at G-pop.net.
Fans of Carter Burwell’s score to Todd Haynes magical film, Wonderstruck, will be pleased to know the soundtrack will be coming to vinyl via Lakeshore Records! Modern Vinyl premiered the vinyl artwork in all its glory (see here). The vinyl release will also include bonus tracks:
– All the Way Down by Esther Phillips
– Evening Star by Brian Eno & Robert Fripp
– Also Sprach Zarathustra by Deodato
– David Bowie’s Space Oddity by The Langley School Project
An especially memorable theme links two deaf children through two different time periods as they venture through New York City, circa a silent black and white 1927 and a colorful 1977. – Daniel Schweiger
The scores of Carter Burwell are featured in the latest CD review by Daniel Schweiger, now at Film Music Magazine. Daniel shares his thoughts on Carter’s collaboration with filmmaker Todd Haynes on this “transcendent” movie (The Atlantic).
The composer has previously worked with Haynes on “Carol,” “Velvet Goldmine,” and “Mildred Pierce,” and this time around he creates a lovely music box of sounds to accompany Haynes’ new movie. – Edward Davis, The Playlist
Listen to the latest track off the Wonderstruck soundtrack entitled, “Dioramas” by Academy Award®-nominated composer, Carter Burwell (Carol, Fargo) now only at The Playlist! The album is out Friday on Lakeshore Records!
Haynes emphasized the importance that music plays in the film. Haynes worked with composer Burwell to come up with a way to play down the emphasis on the dialogue, placing it instead on the score. – Variety
Wonderstruck, the highly-anticipated film directed by Todd Haynes and based on the novel by Brian Selznick, features Carter Burwell’s score in a prominent role as almost a character. The director talks at length about his collaboration with the Academy Award®-nominated composer, and you can read it atVariety.