Keith J. Siegel
Inspired by Olafur Arnolds and Max Richter.
An atmospheric and contemplative cue. Our protagonist is having an emotional realization.
A reflective and uplifting post-rock theme inspired by the sounds of This Will Destroy You and Explosions in the Sky.
Foreboding and despairing. Our protagonist's world is caving in.
For a 19th-century period piece. Swift action is required.
A poignant Celtic violin concerto. An Irishman longs for what he left behind.
Deep in the heart of Appalachia.
A haunting and ominous title theme that descends into terror. Inspired by Javier Navarrete and Modest Mussorgsky.
Light-hearted and a little mischievous. An embarrassing secret has gotten out.
A fun, quirky, ode to an unlikely hero.
A hero proves himself to the world.
A call to action.
For the next Wes Anderson film.
A prelude. Inspired by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
A moment of loss. A moment of remembrance.
Refelecting in the final days.
Action meets EDM. An assassin stalks his target in a crowded nightclub.
An artisan, dedicated to her craft.
At peace, with nowhere to be.
A minimalist concerto inspired by John Adams and Steve Riech.
Upbeat and uplifting. The inner child roars.
Dreamy and nostalgic.
Somewhere in a distant land, commandos rush the stronghold.
A kinetic opening credits track.
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