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Get to know the facts behind the finest scores from the 2000's, including Howard Shore's Lord of the Rings trilogy, Hans Zimmer's The Da Vinci Code and Dario Marinelli's Pride and Prejudice.
Ever the perfectionist, Patrick Doyle has often commented that it can take him up to six months to write a film score. Such a large amount of time was not a luxury afforded to Doyle when it came to Gosford Park, a mystery comedy-drama set in the British Countryside. In fact director Robert Altman asked Patrick Doyle to write and compose the music for Gosford Park in less than five weeks! Doyle certainly rose to the occasion, creating a delightful understated score that received a great deal of praise even when the film itself was not received so well. Doyle described the collaboration with Altman as "one of the happiest of my career."
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