Randy Newman scores Toy Story 4

Posted on August 28, 2019 by Dan Goldwasser



This past January, award-winning composer Randy Newman scored the fourth film in Pixar’s groundbreaking series, Toy Story 4. The music was recorded at the Newman Scoring Stage at 20th Century Fox, and the generous folks at Pixar have provided us with exclusive photos from the sessions for a gallery to share with our readers!

For the full gallery of photos, click here!


Composer/conductor Randy Newman records his score for Toy Story 4 with the orchestra

Composer Randy Newman makes edits to a cue at the podium

Director Josh Cooley enjoys the session with the music team

The Hollywood Studio Symphony records a cue for Toy Story 4 with composer/conductor Randy Newman

The Hollywood Studio Symphony records a cue for Toy Story 4 with composer/conductor Randy Newman

Toy Story 4 has grossed over $1 billion worldwide, and the soundtrack album is available from Walt Disney Records. The film will be released on home video digitally on October 1, and then on DVD/Blu-ray/4K Ultra HD on October 8th.


Music editor Joe E. Rand goes over a cue with composer Randy Newman

Check out B-roll from the scoring session here:

For the full gallery of photos, click here!

Photos by Deborah Coleman / Pixar.