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Soundtracks 04/09/2023

New Single From The National's Bryce Dessner - OST Details For "She Came To Me"

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New Single From The National's Bryce Dessner - OST Details For "She Came To Me"
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) This autumn, acclaimed filmmaker Rebecca Miller presents SHE CAME TO ME, a new romantic comedy starring Hollywood sensations Anne Hathaway, Peter Dinklage, and Marisa Tomei. The original score, composed by GRAMMY Award winner Bryce Dessner, will be released internationally by Warner Classics and UNIGRAM on September 29th. The film will officially release in the US on October 6th.

Out today is the first single from the album titled "Julian and Tereza". This romantic piano-led piece accompanies the two young supporting characters, played by Harlow Jane and Evan Ellison, who's love for each other is a centrepiece for the film.

The soundtrack for the film was born from an "intimate process" of collaboration, according to Miller. Typically, film composers are brought in as part of the post-production stage. In this case, Dessner was invited to work on the film before shooting began and worked closely with Miller from the very beginning. This was essential given that the soundtrack incorporates two on-screen operas, both integral to the film's narrative.

The soundtrack release will include a new song Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa, "Addicted to Romance." Inspired by the film itself, the song is also written by Springsteen with production by Ron Aniello and Bryce Dessner, who called the collaboration the fulfilment of "a lifelong dream". Miller described Springsteen's contribution as "a great honour".

Dessner cited SHE CAME TO ME as "one of the most rewarding and creative experiences I have had". He explained that the partnership allowed him to "make the music that I wanted to make, and so it's the first film where the music really resembles my music for the concert hall."

Miller added: "The collaborative nature of film is what's so exciting. I can write a book by myself but with this film, I was able to work with Bryce's brilliance. There was a challenge channel between us, and we shared in each other's creativity."
The score features internationally celebrated French pianist Katia Labèque, and the operatic sequences in the film showcase the vocal talents of Greer Grimsley, Alicia Hall Moran, Isabel Leonard and Emmett O'Hanlon. The soundtrack is conducted by André de Ridder.

Just weeks before the deadline for his latest commission, composer Steven Lauddem (Emmy® winner Peter Dinklage) has lost the creative spark that brought him international acclaim. At the urging of his ever-patient wife Patricia (Academy Award® winner Anne Hathaway), he searches for inspiration on the Brooklyn waterfront and finds it in Katrina (Academy Award® winner Marisa Tomei), a thrill-seeking tugboat captain docked in Red Hook, who soon has Steven questioning everything in his life. Their co-stars include Joanna Kulig and Brian d'Arcy James.

SHE CAME TO ME (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) TRACKLIST CD & DIGITAL:
Hero
Patricia's Rendezvous
Alien Opera (Hurry, Hurry)
Tugboat Opera (She Came to Me)
Patricia at the Convent
Trey's Plans
Julian and Tereza
I Love Cleaning
Falling (Night on the Tug)
Breakthrough
Falling (Tension)
Grew up on this Tug
Stoking the Fire
Trey's Demands
Rising Strings (we just have to keep reminding each other)
Get Lost Steven
Panic Mirror
Escape
I Love Cleaning (Solo Piano)
Falling (Pizzicato)
Addicted to Romance

TRACKLIST VINYL

SIDE A
Hero
Patricia's Rendezvous
Alien Opera (Hurry, Hurry)
Tugboat Opera (She Came to Me)
Patricia at the Convent
Trey's Plans
Julian and Tereza
I Love Cleaning
Falling (Night on the Tug)
Breakthrough
Falling (Tension)

SIDE B
Grew up on this Tug
Stoking the Fire
Trey's Demands
Rising Strings (we just have to keep reminding each other)
Get Lost Steven
Panic Mirror
Escape
I Love Cleaning (Solo Piano)
Falling (Pizzicato)
Addicted to Romance

Bryce Dessner is a vital and rare force in new music. He has won Grammy Awards as a classical composer and with the band The National, of which he is founding member, guitarist, arranger, and co-principal song-writer. He is regularly commissioned to write for the world's leading ensembles, from Orchestre de Paris to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and is a high-profile presence in film score composition, with credits including The Revenant, for which he was Grammy and Golden Globe nominated, Fernando Mereilles's The Two Popes, Mike Mill's C'mon C'mon, Bardo, by Alejandro González Iñárritu, and Rebecca Miller's She Came to Me.

Dessner collaborates with some of today's most creative and respected artists, including Philip Glass, Katia and Marielle Labèque, Paul Simon, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Sufjan Stevens, Fernando Mereilles, Thom Yorke, Bon Iver, Nico Muhly, and Steve Reich, who named Dessner "a major voice of his generation." Dessner's orchestrations can be heard on the latest albums of Paul Simon, Bon Iver and Taylor Swift.

Bryce Dessner has had works commissioned and premiered by today's leading conductors including Esa-Pekka Salonen, Gustavo Dudamel, Semyon Bychkov, and Santtu Matias-Rouvali. This season alone sees performances of his works by, amongst others, London's Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris, BBC Symphony Orchestra, HR Sinfonieorchester, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and San Francisco Symphony. New works Violin Concerto - commissioned by partners including Orchestre de Paris, Philharmonia Orchestra and San Francisco Symphony - and Mari, commissioned and performed by Tonhalle Orchester Zurich, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchester, Czech Philharmonic, Oslo Philharmonic and BBC Symphony Orchestra - have been met with widespread public and critical success. Autumn 2022 saw Bryce as composer in residence at a number of European festivals including the Approximation Festival and November Music. In the 2023-24 season, Bryce Dessner is the Creative Chair of Tonhalle-Orchester Zurich.

"Dessner [..] moves fluidly between rock and classical and everywhere in between." ~ Guardian

In addition to his role as one of eight San Francisco Symphony Collaborative Partners, Bryce Dessner is currently Artist-in-Residence at London's Southbank Centre and with Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra. Major works include Concerto for Two Pianos premiered by Katia & Marielle Labèque, London Philharmonic Orchestra and recorded for Deutsche Grammophon; Violin Concerto premiered and performed internationally by Pekka Kuusisto, Trombone Concerto for Jorgen van Rijen commissioned by Dallas Symphony and l'Orchestre National d'Île de France; Voy a Dormir for mezzo soprano Kelley O'Connor and Orchestra of Saint Luke's and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra; Skrik Trio for Steve Reich and Carnegie Hall; the ballet No Tomorrow co-written with Ragnar Kjartansson; Wires for Ensemble Intercontemporain; The Forest for large cello ensemble, Gautier Capuçon and Fondation Louis Vuitton; and Triptych (Eyes for One on Another), a major theatre piece integrating the photographs of Robert Mapplethorpe and premiered by Los Angeles Philharmonic. Dessner also scored the music involving full orchestra and a 200-member choir, for the Louis Vuitton show at the Louvre in Paris as part of Paris Fashion Week 2020.

Dessner's recordings include El Chan; St. Carolyn by the Sea (both Deutsche Grammophon); Aheym, commissioned by Kronos Quartet; Tenebre, an album of his works for string orchestra recorded by Germany's Ensemble Resonanz and which won a 2019 Opus Klassik award and a Diapason d'Or; When we are inhuman with Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and Eighth Blackbird (2019) and Impermanence (2021) with Australian String Quartet and which won the Libera award. Dessner's other film score credits include The Two Popes, which won Discovery of the Year at the World Soundtrack awards and Cyrano (2021), the major musical by Joe Wright.

Also active as a curator, Dessner is regularly requested to programme festivals and residencies around the world at venues such as at the Barbican, Philharmonie de Paris, and Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie. He co-founded and curates the festivals Music NOW in Cincinnati, HAVEN in Copenhagen, Sounds from a Safe Harbour and PEOPLE.
Bryce Dessner lives in France.






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