MUSIC FOR THE MOTION PICTURE VICTORIA Vinyl Record
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LP version. Includes download code. Nils Frahm presents his first film score, composed for single-take feature film Victoria (2015). Filmed in Berlin, Victoria centers on a runaway party girl who's asked by three friendly men to join them as they hit the town. Their wild night of partying suddenly turns into a bank robbery as the music changes from techno to subdued piano sounds. For the recording session at Studio P4 in Berlin, Frahm enlisted the help of long-time collaborator and cellist Anne Muller, violist Viktor Orri Arnason, and ambient artist Erik K. Skodvin of Deaf Center on guitar. Dear viewer and listener, I've finally written music for a film. It took me some time to do so, as I was patiently waiting for a movie that would truly speak to me. When director Sebastian Schipper invited me to work on Victoria, I knew it was worth the long wait. Does such a strong film even need music? I realised it wouldn't be easy to create a score that embraces these bold pictures. Luckily we were given unusual creative freedom by approaching the movie together with Sebastian Schipper, who was keeping the production and direction to one single team. The score was recorded in a special location, the former GDR broadcasting production facilities that today host Studio P4. We simply put a big screen in the middle of the room, filled it with microphones and instruments, set the movie on loop and kept improvising on top of it together - my good friends and I. The guest musicians started their recording session by playing a cohesive take over the course of the whole movie. This was the most interesting part of the day, since they hadn't seen the film before. They became spectators and creators at once, intuitively recording hundreds of different cues that way. You are about to listen to some of it's highlights. I hope they do Victoria and your ears justice. With love, Nils Frahm. Victoria was awarded the Berlinale Film Festival prize for Best Cinematography and received seven Deutscher Filmpreis nominations, including a nomination for Best Score. The release of this soundtrack follows the film's release in Germany on June 11, 2015, and precedes an international release in the UK and beyond. The soundtrack opens with an edit of Burn With Me by German producer DJ Koze.
DJ Koze Burn with Me (Victoria Edit) - DJ Koze
Our Own Roof
A Stolen Car
In the Parking Garage
Nobody Knows Who You Are
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