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The album features original music by Patrick Doyle (“Brave,” “Thor”) marking the eleventh time Doyle has teamed with director Kenneth Branagh. The score was recorded at Air Lyndhurst Studio in London, and was performed by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by James Shearman and produced by Maggie Rodford. The film arrives in theaters on March 13, 2015.
Patrick Doyle’s long-time creative collaboration with Branagh began in 1989 with “Henry V.” The film’s song ‘Non Nobis Domine’ was awarded the 1989 Ivor Novello Award for Best Film Theme. In 1991, they re-teamed for “Dead Again,” which earned Doyle a Golden Globe-nomination. Subsequent collaborations include “Frankenstein,” “Much Ado About Nothing,” “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” “As You Like It,” “Hamlet” (for which Doyle received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Score), “Sleuth,” and “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit.”
- Michelle McCue
Ehrlich chose the song “just because he believed in it,” says Legend. Sales of the song jumped 174% in the two weeks following this January performance; it hit No. 1 on Billboard Pop charts in May.
That instinct for what will work has earned Ehrlich a rare level of trust from the music stars he works with almost daily. And because of that trust, they’re willing to take creative risks they might balk at with another producer.
“Part of that is continuity,” says Legend. “He’s been doing the Grammys for so long, he’s developed a level of trust with the artists. He’s become synonymous with the show, as far as I’m concerned, so people trust him because of his track record.”
Ehrlich doesn’t just make suggestions. »
- Don Waller
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