Minari, the Score

Minari, The Score
Minari is such a sweeping film to score. While much of the film is centered on a family of five living in a trailer home there are multiple moments that are less intimate, allowing for Mosseri and his 40 piece orchestra to go big. That orchestra, which was recorded in Macedonia, adds some major heft to the sonic landscape of the movie. “I had lived with my samples for ages and you hear the sound of the fake strings for months”, Mosseri says. “And then you hear 40 string players in Macedonia play your music and it’s the most magical thing in the world.” Those players were part of the Joy Music House, which was founded and directed by composer and orchestrator, Catherine Joy.
Composer: Emile Mosseri
Director: Lee Isaac Chung
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