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Gravity (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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If you could create the sound of floating in outer space, it would probably resemble British composer Steven Price's score for the astronaut film Gravity. Each piece is built on long, suspended chords from chilly-sounding strings and synthesizers; in "Don't Let Go," the tension builds for 11 minutes. "Aningaaq" is a near-silent soundscape, with lightly echoed piano, that evokes the dislocation one might feel on an interplanetary trip. The only resolution comes on "Shenzou," which uses a drum machine to give a majestic, rising feel.

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Perfect Score for the Movie

The perfect soundtrack for an equally amazing movie!


I couldn't ask for a better soundtrack to such a beautiful movie. While watching the movie, at first it seemed like it would be better without music, being in space and all. But when those signature swelling trills kicked in, I knew it was an incredible score. And by the credits I was just blown away. Outstanding movie, amazing soundtrack.

Terrifyingly Beautiful

Such an amazing mellow soundtrack.


Born: April 22, 1977 in Nottingham, England

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Steven Price is a British film composer. He began his career as a music mixer and engineer in 1996, working mostly for television programs. In 2002 he was hired to be music editor on Peter Jackson’s second film in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Two Towers. He continued as music editor for The Return of the King in 2003, and by 2005 was at work on the film Batman Begins. He finished out the decade as a music editor and guitarist, until he was hired as the composer for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World...
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