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June 06 2013

'Much Ado About Nothing' score is now available to buy. You can download it at Amazon and iTunes (they have the digital booklet). The soundtrack is scored by Joss and produced by Deborah Lurie.

Joss talks about the score in this interview with The Skinny.

In another first, Whedon had a hand in composing the film's seedy, noir score, which leaks indelibly into the diegetic in one particularly suave soirée scene. He seems pleased his efforts were noted. "It was really terrifying. I'm not qualified but I felt like this is an opportunity I'm never going to get again. Probably the best moment of the entire thing for me was when we were recording some strings. A cellist asked me, 'Did you meet the actors?' And I realised: Oh my God, she just thinks I'm a composer - that's so legit!" This last part is whispered with a mix of awe and pride.

Hey nonny, nonny! Gorgeous stuff.
Sigh No More is fantastic. Love to see a music video for it.
I think 'Sigh No More' is my new favorite song.
Drat. I wish this was a physical album, not just a digital one. Only way I'll get to hear it is if some theater in my area gets the movie later this month. Which...I'm not holding out much hope, unless it turns out to be a huge blockbuster - we don't have "artsy" theaters around here.
Does anyone know if there's a physical copy planned to be released?
Bought. It's so deliciously good.
Available on Spotify now:
It's also available on Google Play here. If you have an All Access music account, you can stream the whole album (or individual tracks) as part of the subscription.

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