Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Chat w/ Max Richter - Episode 28 - The Leftovers Podcast: The Living Reminders

Hosts Mary and Blake chat with Max Richter, the immeasurably talented composer who writes the score on The Leftovers. In this episode you'll learn all about: how Max came on the project, the different instruments he uses, the different ways he uses them, how he comes up with certain themes and why, happy accidents, the blending of traditional orchestra with electronica, easter eggs for season 2, his favorite scores and much more!


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  1. Thank You Mary and Blake! Max Richter is brilliant. His re-imagining of Four Seasons is one of my all time favorites.
    There is a melody in Off Ramp that plays during the scene for Susan telling the group about her visit with her family after leaving them for the Guilty Remnants. I can't get the song out of my mind. I can hardly wait for season 2 soundtrack to come out. Every episode is genius and the music makes everything cut to the heart of emotion and beliefs. I look forward to every note. Love Love Love

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