Every year, I list three film score discoveries – in other words, film scores I’ve come across for the first time. In 2012, I was swept away by the scores for The Russia House, The Luzhin Defence and Something the Lord Made.
Sean Wilson chooses his favourite film scores of the year -that’s orchestral soundtracks as opposed to selections of pre-existing songs. Get swept away by his selections
Alexandre Desplat’s score for The King’s Speech marks another understated triumph from the rising French composer. Sean Wilson takes an ear to the music and finds a successful balance between light and dark