best of 2010: the move score guidebook, vol. 3

The wrapping up continues for the scores of 2010 (see Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 for more score goodness), my way of congregating all the eligible music for this year’s Oscar category for YOUR perusal! Please enjoy the next 15, and place your thoughts on the category’s race (and your thoughts on the first two volume’s worth of movie music) in the comments section.


The Ghost Writer
Score by Alexandre Desplat

I Love You Phillip Morris
Score by Nick Urata


A Prophet
Score by Alexandre Desplat


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Score by Jacob Groth


The Town
Score by Harry Gregson-Williams and David Buckley


The City of Your Final Destination
Score by Jorge Drexler


Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole
Score by David Hirschfelder


The Social Network
Score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross


Never Let Me Go
Score by Rachel Portman


Let Me In
Score by Michael Giacchino


Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky
Score by Gabriel Yared


Mother and Child
Score by Edward Shearmur


Centurion
Score by Ilan Eshkeri


Nowhere Boy
Score by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory


Tamara Drewe
Score by Alexandre Desplat

Check back soon for additional musical loveliness with Vol. 4!
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2 responses to “best of 2010: the move score guidebook, vol. 3”

  1. NATHANIEL R says :

    wow.. thank you fso much for doing this. So handy.

  2. Jose says :

    I hate that Desplat is still Oscar-less.He's the most brilliant working composer at the moment.Also thank you for remembering "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"…sooooo understated and effective!

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