A Dog'S Way Home (Original Mot

A Dog'S Way Home (Original Mot

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Sony Music announces the release of A DOG’S WAY HOME (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) with music by Oscar®, Golden Globe® and Emmy® winning composer MYCHAEL DANNA – available everywhere January 11.  Based on the book by W. Bruce Cameron and directed by Charles Martin Smith, Columbia Pictures’ A Dog’s Way Home makes its debut in theaters nationwide on January 11.“In the grand tradition of classic films, A Dog’s Way Home inspired me to write a classic melody-driven score, performed by a Hollywood studio orchestra and the added colors of banjo, ukulele, guitar and piano. It is a moving experience to feel how an audience is unified in their connection with Bella. I loved taking this journey with her and telling her story with music,” said composer Mychael Danna.A Dog’s Way Home chronicles the heartwarming adventure of Bella, a dog who embarks on an epic 400-mile journey home after she is separated from her beloved human. The film stars Ashley Judd, Jonah Hauer-King, Edward James Olmos and Alexandra Shipp with Wes Studi and Bryce Dallas Howard.  1     Baby Bella    2     Mother Dog is Taken    3     Mother Cat    4     Meet Bella    5     Play Time    6     Squirrel!    7     Sneaking In    8     Bella at the VA    9     Practicing Go Home    10     Squirrel Chase    11     Impounded    12     To New Mexico    13     Good Dog Moon    14     Jump the Fence    15     Begin the Journey    16     Rabbit Chase    17     Foraging With Friends    18     Continue the Journey    19     Big Kitty    20     As Time Passed    21     Coyote Chase    22     Campers    23     Avalanche    24     Rescue    25     Bella Adopted    26     Bella Has to Leave    27     Axel    28     Chained    29     Bella is Freed    30     Coyote Attack    31     Reunion    32     Goodbye Big Kitty    33     Highway Crossing    34     Almost Home    35     Where's Lukas?   36     End of the Journey    ABOUT THE COMPOSERMychael Danna is an Academy Award-winning film composer recognized for his evocative blending of non-western traditions with orchestral and electronic music.His highly awarded works include the Oscar and Golden Globe-winning score for Ang Lee’s Life of Pi, following his collaborations with Lee on The Ice Storm (1997) and Ride with the Devil (1999). Among his other awards are the Emmy for Outstanding Composition for the mini-series World Without End (2013), the Frederick Loewe Award for Film Composing (2013), the World Soundtrack Awards for Film Composer of the Year, and Best Score of the Year (both 2013), and the Hollywood Film Award for Composer of the Year (2016).​Danna says his approach is to “making music an integral part of the storytelling, not simply repeating what is happening onscreen, but adding unexpected dimension and insight that enrich the experience of the director's vision.”  His passion for presenting complex ideas in a musically accessible way began as Danna learned his craft at the University of Toronto. There, he was exposed to early- and world-music that later influenced his style. Danna earned the school’s inaugural Glenn Gould Composition Award in 1985 and also began scoring for student theatre groups, as he launched his artistic partnership with filmmaker Atom Egoyan. Danna has scored all of Egoyan’s films since 1987’s Family Viewing.Danna’s credits also include the Oscar-winning Little Miss Sunshine (2006), for which he shared a Grammy Award nomination for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album; Marc Webb’s acclaimed romantic comedy (500) Days of Summer (2009 ); and James Mangold’s Oscar-winning film, Girl, Interrupted (1999). Mychael also scored the Oscar-nominated Pixar short preceding the film, Sanjay’s Super Team. Other celebrated collaborations include those with Bennett Miller on his Oscar-nominee Moneyball (2011) and his Oscar-winning drama Capote (2005); with Terry Gilliam on his Oscar nominated The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009) and Tideland (2005).“The most gratifying filmmaking experiences are ones that take effort to unpeel the layers surrounding the heart of the story, and to find the best musical expression of that heart,” says Danna. “Those are always the film scores that I am most proud of.”
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