Edward Shearmur scores Bride Wars

Posted on January 14, 2009 by Dan Goldwasser



Just before Thanksgiving of last year, composer Edward Shearmur was at the Newman Scoring Stage to record his score to the new comedy, Bride Wars, starring Anne Hathaway, Kate Hudson and Candice Bergen.


Nick Glennie-Smith conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony

A 77-piece orchestra was conduced by Nick Glennie-Smith at Fox, where the "gentle, lush and sensitive" score was recorded by Chris Fogel in the control room. Orchestrated by Kevin Kleish, Shearmur’s score was also recorded with a smaller ensemble later in the scoring process, with a 59-piece "C" orchestra.


Nick Glennie-Smith conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony

Composer Ed Shearmur and scoring mixer Chris Fogel

Shearmur was in the control room to give feedback to conductor Glennie-Smith out on the stage, and he was assisted in the booth by orchestrator Kleish, music editor Jay Richardson and scoring assistant Chris Lane. ProTools recording was handled by Brian Carrigan.


Music editor Jay Richardson, orchestrator Kevin Kleish and composer Ed Shearmur

Bride Wars opened in theaters on January 9, 2009 from Fox/New Regency, and was directed by Gary Winick.

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