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Under-the-Radar Round Up 2019, Part IV

January 6, 2020 Leave a comment

I am pleased to present the fourth installment in my ongoing series of articles looking at the best “under the radar” scores from around the world in 2019. Rather than grouping the scores on a geographical basis, this year I decided to simply present the scores in a random order, and so this fourth batch again includes reviews of seven more disparate scores all around the world – including two TV scores from Spain, a psychological thriller score from Italy, a horror movie from Morocco, a Chinese drama TV series, a comedy from Argentina, and an intimate love story from Vietnam! Read more…

Best of 2013 in Film Music – South America

February 21, 2014 1 comment

metegolMETEGOL – Emilio Kauderer
Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

Metegol – also known variously as Foosball, or Futbolín – is a 3D computer-animated comedy adventure film from Argentina directed by Juan J. Campanella. The film is inspired by the short story “Memorias de Un Wing Derecho” by Roberto Fontanarrosa, and tells the story of Amadeo, a shy but talented table football player who must re-connect with his former teammates and once again challenge his bitter rival, Grosso, for the foosball championship of Argentina. The film was an enormous hit in its native country upon its release in July 2013, and has a surprisingly rich and powerful score by Argentine composer Emilio Kauderer. With the might of the London Symphony Orchestra at his disposal, Kauderer impresses greatly with some big, powerful sports-fuelled action and drama, with all the heroism that implies. Read more…