Paul Englishby on the Psychology of Film, TV & Theater Music


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If you’ve seen an episode of the hit BBC detective show “Luther” starring Idris Elba, then you’ve heard the powerful music of Paul Englishby. Paul is also the composer for “The Musketeers”, another hit BBC television series, and has written music for several productions of the Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as for such movies as “Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day” and the 2009 Oscar-nominated film, “An Education”.

Music brings movies and television shows to life, and in the skilled craftsmanship of a master composer, music can also add a powerful layer of commentary on the stories presented on the screen. Paul Englishby displays a remarkable versatility in the dazzling array of genres he works in and creates. After you listen to this remarkable interview, I promise you’ll never watch a movie or TV show the same way again!


Paul Englishby's Website -

The Royal Shakespeare Company's "King and Country" tour at The Brooklyn Academy of Music -

"Pinocchio" by The National Ballet of Canada -

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