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In an interview with ABC News’ Diane Sawyer, composer and producer Mike Fussell explained that he was inspired to write the screenplay for the film symphonic orchestra, and that the movie had a personal resonance with him.
“I’m just a little bit of an art buff,” he said.
“And so the film was very much about a love of music.
It’s a love that’s shared with me.
So I knew I had to do something about that.”
He wrote the screenplay in two days, and then spent three months writing and recording the music.
In the process, he was able to create something that felt like it was coming from a different world.
“I realized I wanted to use music from the film as a reference for the music,” he explained.
“The film was set in the 1960s and 70s, and I wanted that film to sound contemporary.
So this is not a movie set in 1964 or 1950.
I wanted the sound to be from a more contemporary time, and from an era of music that’s still around.”
He was able, in fact, to create a score from over 300 recorded music recordings from musicians such as George Harrison, Billy Joel, and Paul McCartney, and a score by an American jazz band called the Fuzz.
Fussell’s score includes the lyrics to the film’s theme, “I Want You to Say Goodbye.”
The film has a score composed by composer Mike Fuschel, whose credits include “The Sound of Music” and “A Beautiful Mind.”
Fussel was also responsible for the sound of the music used in “The Lion King,” and is also credited as the composer for the “Toy Story” animated movie, which is based on his work.
Fusbell is also responsible the music for the musical score for “A Day in the Life.”