And this version was surprising for everyone". Phillips' Joker allowed for Hildur's imagination to "run wild a bit more", in that she decided to write something orchestra-led, though this time it was the process that was unconventional. That was really wonderful because the music and the film have really grown together as one whole". As soon as I played those first notes, it really hit me in the chest somehow, and it was a really strong, physical reaction that I got.
And I was like, yes, this is it". The score is led by the cello, yet - according to Hildur - the music feels surprisingly symphonic, as the cello is carried by a hundred-piece orchestra throughout the film. Director Phillips decided to play Hildur's music on set during a pivotal scene. It had to do with him coming in, digesting this thing that just happened, what he'd just done.
He was going to hide a weapon. Having that as a starting point, I had what was almost like an electric shock when I found his theme". Phillips spoke of how Phoenix just started to dance to Hildur's music, while adding: "It was just me and him alone in the bathroom, there's people on the crew waiting outside. He just starts doing this dance, and we both kind of look at each other and said "ok, that's the scene". That's all he said and all we had.
The preparation was in studying movement and dance during rehearsals, but what came out of that piece of score was a turning point for the character, and for me and [Phillips] working together [ This was a very inspiring and fun approach to take because then you get to work together, creating the musical world of the film in tandem". Hildur wished to expand simple and monotonic melodies within the orchestration around Joker's evolution not with chords or any complicated music, but instead with texture that she felt resonated with the melancholia of this Arthur.
It's almost like the empathy that we have for his character is led by the cello, and then his darker side, his inner turmoil, is the orchestra [which is] almost inaudible, and then just slowly takes over as we get further in". She slowly built the orchestration around the cello, having it faintly linger in the background like a ghost before coming to the forefront as the Joker persona takes command, at the DiMenna Center for one week with initially 36 musicians, thereafter recording with 72 musicians.
So I couldn't use any cool, complicated beats. This was really simple and to the point and then it gets louder and louder". The energy of a performance or music is so much more important than the music being perfectly played or refined.
WaterTower Music released the official soundtrack album for Joker ,  as a digital download on September 27, After living with Joker for over a year and half, his music is finally ready come out and meet you! An edited version of The Guess Who 's Laughing in an Instagram post by film director Todd Phillips as foreground music of a camera test for Joker , which offered the first look of Phoenix in makeup.
Credits adapted from CD liner notes. The score was widely admired and thought of as a contender for the Academy Award for Best Original Score at the 92nd Academy Awards ,     with Warner Bros. The score received critical acclaim. Antonio Morales of The Santa Barbara Independent spoke highly of the score, to which he remarked: "The music score complements the immense levels of suspense, paralleling the deterioration of Fleck's well-being".
While not as formally innovative as her claustrophobic score to HBO's Chernobyl which cleverly manipulated ambient noises that she recorded in a derelict power plant , this terrifying collection works as unorthodox cello concerto, the growling cello set against Bollywood-style slurring violins and dissonant vocals". Both films involve a form of altered reality: dreaming and psychosis".
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The song itself doesn't have anything to do with clowns despite mentioning them repeatedly in the lyrics, and is more about regret, and specifically, the regret felt over the end of a relationship. Still, it's a sorrowful song that works well to accompany Arthur's despair. Frank's "My Name is Carnival" , which Arthur hears on the radio, explaining that Carnival is also the name of his clown character from his time with the agency.
Towards the end of the film, once Arthur is fully embracing himself as Joker , the music reflects his transformation with three bold song choices. The first of these is another Sinatra number, "That's Life" , and it plays while Arthur is dying his hair that iconic shade of green. Next is the now-standard stadium anthem, "Rock 'N' Roll Part 2 " by Gary Glitter, heard as Arthur, in his full Joker ensemble, struts and dances down a large staircase on his way to make his late night debut.
And finally, "White Room" by Cream is heard in the final act, playing just as Joker hits its climax. All three songs are distinctly different from those heard earlier in the film. They're darker and defiant, perfectly matching the change in Arthur since becoming Joker. As mentioned above, Gary Glitter's song "Rock 'N' Roll Part 2 " serves as the musical accompaniment to the fateful scene in which a now fully transformed Joker dances down a staircase.
While that song is one of the most played in history, it's also become controversial in recent years, due to Gary Glitter being a convicted sex offender. Glitter is currently serving a year prison sentence for crimes connected to child sexual abuse, after previously getting in trouble for possession of child pornography. Glitter went from a being a well-regarded entertainer to a social pariah, and thanks to the internet making his criminal history more widely known, use of Glitter's music is seen as being in poor taste by many.
However, following public concern, it was confirmed that Glitter wouldn't be compensated financially for his song's appearance in Joker. Next: Joker's Ending Explained. Sarah Moran is a news editor for Screen Rant and has been contributing to the site since She primarily writes features and covers the ongoing development of current movies and television shows.
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Working on this film was a magical journey. I am in awe of how actor Joaquin Phoenix managed to physically embody this complex character and narrative. Never before have I felt such a strong connection between the music I write and a performance. It takes a village to complete a project of this size.
His warm, sensitive and masterful conducting. His beautiful friendship and of course all the chocolate. Alex Venguer and Tim Machiafava for their engineering expertise, bottomless patience and all around fantastic energy for the recordings and post production in New York.
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Joker: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the original soundtrack album to the film Joker, based on the DC Comics character of the same name, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, and Frances Conroy. Joker soundtrack: every song featured in the new film · Frank Sinatra - Send In The Clowns · Jimmy Durante - Smile · The Guess Who - Laughing. Joker: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the original soundtrack album to the film Joker, based on the DC Comics character of the same name.