Danny Elfman scores Epic
Posted on July 10, 2013 by Dan Goldwasser
This past February, Oscar-nominated composer Danny Elfman recorded his music for Epic, the latest CGI animated feature from Chris Wedge, director of Ice Age and Rio. Elfman’s thematic orchestral score was performed with a 95-piece orchestra and 44-voice choir at 20th Century Fox’s Newman scoring stage. ScoringSessions.com is excited to bring our readers photos from the sessions!
Conductor Pete Anthony and the Hollywood Studio Symphony
The French horn section
Marc Mann conducts the choir on Epic
Elfman was assisted by his team in the booth, featuring orchestrator Steve Bartek, scoring mixer Dennis Sands, and music editor Bill Abbott.
Director Chris Wedge and composer Danny Elfman
Scoring mixer Dennis Sands helms the console at Fox
Released on May 24, 2013 Epic has currently grossed over $200 million worldwide, and a soundtrack album featuring Elfman’s music is available from Sony Classical.
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