Every Thing Will Be Fine

WM 009CD WM 009CD

The original score music by Alexandre Desplat for the film Every Thing Will Be Fine by Wim Wenders, originally released in 2015. Together with the Göteborgs Symfoniker (Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra), Alexandre Desplat recorded the score music for Wim Wenders's last feature film in February 2015. It is a unique orchestral work, conveying the emotional journey of the film's protagonists. The perfectly arranged motifs and themes of the recordings gives the listener the opportunity to feel that journey and see images with closed eyes. Even if you had not seen the film, the subtle arrangement of the music and the orchestra's superb performance makes the score's music a unique experience. The 20 instrumental tracks are a true work of contemporary classical film music. Either for classic aficionados or background music, this album has it all -- written, composed, and performed by some of the best artists in their field today. The soundtrack compiles 20 tracks with all themes from the film. The film was premiered at Berlinale (Berlin Film Festival) in February 2015.

Fascinated by both music and film, French composer Alexandre Desplat decided to pursue a career as a composer of movie scores. Starting with Ki Lo Sa? in 1985, his scores for television and film had reached a total of 100 by 2007. In these works, he developed a contemplative style that did not attempt to respond on a point-by-point basis to the action onscreen, but rather set its own complementary mood. He began to attract attention in the US with The Luzhin Defence in 2000, which had a soundtrack album released in America by Silva Screen Records. His music for Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003) earned a Golden Globe nomination, and with that recognition he began to work increasingly on English-language films distributed by the Hollywood studios, including Birth (2004), The Upside of Anger (2005), Hostage (2005), Casanova (2005), Syriana (2005) (also nominated for a Golden Globe), Firewall (2006), and The Painted Veil (2006) (a Golden Globe Award winner), all of which produced soundtrack albums. The Queen (2006) earned him his first Academy Award nomination. As of today, Desplat composed score music to more than 150 films and received an Oscar for the Original Score to The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). The soundtrack of The King's Speech reached #15 of the US Billboard Charts in 2011.