Fakta Armando Iannucci (Alan Partridge, The Thick of It, In the Loop, Veep, The Death of Stalin) turns to multi-award-winning British composer Christopher Willis to score his new film THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD. With its contemporary neoclassical aesthetic infused with echoes of the great British symphonic tradition, and performed by the 2019 RPS award-winning Aurora Orchestra, the score has already attracted rave reviews: "... the forward-rushing camera's momentum underscored by Christopher Willis's shamelessly neoclassical (and, honestly, disarmingly lovely) string-heavy score" Filmmaker Magazine "... Christopher Willis' charming orchestral score sweeps us along..." OfAllTheFilmSites "...all of it set to a whimsical, soaring score courtesy of Christopher Willis." /Film "... a stunning score by Christopher Willis, astonishingly well played by Aurora Orchestra (dazzling [violin solo by] Alexandra Wood)" Howard Goodall Christopher Willis is a frequent Iannucci collaborator, having composed the music to the multi-Emmy®-winning HBO sitcom Veep, as well as the multi-award-winning film satire The Death of Stalin. His Soviet-inspired soundtrack to the latter received great critical acclaim ("one of the greatest film music debuts, I think, of all time" - Cinematic Sound Radio) and was shortlisted for the 2018 Academy Award for Best Original Score, as well as being awarded Best Original Score for a Comedy Film at the 2017 International Film Music Critics Assocation (IFMCA) Awards.
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