"Handy Candy" Arranged & Programmed by Jason Soudah
Music Composed & Produced by Mike Higham & Matthew Margeson
Music Editor: Peter Clarke Music Recorded & Mixed by Andrew Dudman Score Technical Engineer: Fabio Marks Orchestrated & Conducted by Tim Davies Additional Orchestrations by Jeremy Levy & Andres Montero Choir Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Score Contracted by Isobel Griffiths & Lucy Whalley Choir Contracted by Jenny O'Grady Music Copied by Mark Graham, JoAnn Kane Music Service Music Librarian: Dave Hage Digital Recordist: Fiona Cruickshank Score Recorded & Mixed at Air Studios, Abbey Road Studios & Holy Trinity Church at Sloane Square Scoring Assistants: John Prestage, Laurence Anslow & Alex Ferguson
Soundtrack Album Produced by Mike Higham & Matthew Margeson Executive Soundtrack Producer: Tim Burton Executive Producers for La-La Land Records: MV Gerhard & Matt Verboys Album Mastered by Gavin Lurssen at Lurssen Mastering Executive in Charge of Music for Twentieth Century Fox: Danielle Diego Music Supervised for Twentieth Century Fox: Patrick Houlihan Music Production Supervised for Twentieth Century Fox: Rebecca Morellato Music Managed for Twentieth Century Fox: Areli Quirarte Business Affairs for Twientieth Century Fox: Tom Cavanaugh Music Clearance for Twentieth Century Fox: Ellen Ginsburg Soundtrack Coordination for Twentieth Century Fox: Joann Orgel
Thank You: Tim Burton, Jane Goldman, Ransom Riggs, Peter Chemin, Derek Frey, Katterli Frauenfelder, Nigel Gostelow, Ivana Lombardi, Jenno Topping, Chris Lebenzon, Peter Clarke, Tim Davies, Jason Soudah, Mel Wesson, Emma Watts, Anton Monsted, Brianne Porcaro, Dan Goldwasser, MV Gerhard, Matt Verboys, Bjorn Ole Schroeder, Thomas Bowes, Rory, Allison Burton, Glen Mexted, Khwanyo Bu, Ricky De Haan, Lauren Caruso, Robert Kane, Cathy Merenda & Jessie Roberts
Special thanks from Matthew Margeson: Amos Newman, Bradley Rainey, Tammy Saunt, Jake Kozarec, Jack Dolman, Hans Zimmer, Christi Horling, Eddie & Amanda Gelenites, Pappa & Mommo Margeson, Owen Margeson, & Lisa Margeson
Special thanks from Mike Higham: Doug Mark, Keila Miranda, Trevor Horn, John & Gill Higham, Jess, Scarlett, Tom & Matilda Higham
Release date : 10/11/2016
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (2:46)
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So, Hybrid, will you be able to tell us more about this one? How exactly did Margeson and Higham divide up duties? It sounds pretty unified, stylistically, except for the one techno track...
Yeah they really worked together, doing cues together, arranging eacher, sometimes one more in charge of something etc. As for the "techno track", it's the work of Jason Soudah actually.
A true collaboration then! Cool. It's a decent score, but at a lot of points it felt like an Elfman score without his personality or any really memorable themes...
Do you know why Elfman didn't score this?
I assume that there were scheduling conflicts with The Girl on the Train, but that can't be the whole story; surely you'd expect Elfman to prioritize the Tim Burton movie in that case...
my thoughts exactly.
Probably has something to do with the fact that Burton is now divorced while Elfman is happily married. Different lifestyles now, so they probably aren't on the same page anymore.
Edmund, I thought there were scheduling conflicts with Alice 2 and Tim wanted him to do that one. Not entirely sure as these movies were pretty far apart, but there production could have ended around the same time.
I heard from the people who saw the movie that the score is amazing. Did you listen to it, Hybrid?
Why no Elfman?!
Score comes out tomorrow on Itunes at least. Just checked Itunes Sri Lanka. (I know this is not the place here but tomorrow you can pre-order Fantastic Beasts on Itunes and get the main titles already, also samples available, FYI)
There's a track missing. Enoch's Dolls is the same track as Squirrel Rescue...
Yeah there was a fuck up, it was brought up to the Label & iTunes and is going to be worked out.
Didn't see the movie because I didn't want to. One of the reasons was because Danny Elfman didn't do the score. However, I am looking foward to this score. But can anybody tell me why Danny Elfman didn't return? Are him and Timmy fighting again?