Ivor Novello Award Nominations 2021


We are delighted to announce that David Arnold & Michael Price’s ‘Dracula’ and Matthew Herbert’s ‘Noughts + Crosses’ have both been nominated for the Best Television Soundtrack Award at Ivor Novello Awards 2021. A huge congratulations to our talented composers!

The 66th presentation of Ivor Novello Awards at The Ivors with Apple Music will take place on Tuesday 21st September. Click here for the full list of nominees and check out Apple Music’s official The Ivors 2021 Nominee playlist here.

 

David Arnold & Michael Price's 'Dracula'
The Dracular mini series premiered on 1 January 2020 and was broadcast over three consecutive days on BBC One before releasing on Netflix. The series is based on the Bram Stoker novel and follows Dracula from his origins in Eastern Europe to his battles with Van Helsing's descendants and beyond. Check out the 'How We Scored Dracula' video with David Arnold and Michael Price describing the opening sequence '...like a shop window, it tells you something about what's inside, and makes you want to go in'. 

 

Matthew Herbert’s ‘Noughts + Crosses’
Noughts + Crosses is a British drama television series based on the novel series by Malorie Blackman - the first epidose premiered on BBC One on 5 March 2020. Matthew Herbert caught up with Sony ATV (who are the publisher for the production company) on the creation of the Noughts + Crosses score: 'This was a challenging score to make as it asked us to imagine a world where history was different.... so we tried to avoid genres wherever possible and anything idiomatic or familiar'.



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Ivor Novello Award Nominations 2021


We are delighted to announce that David Arnold & Michael Price’s ‘Dracula’ and Matthew Herbert’s ‘Noughts + Crosses’ have both been nominated for the Best Television Soundtrack Award at Ivor Novello Awards 2021. A huge congratulations to our talented composers!

The 66th presentation of Ivor Novello Awards at The Ivors with Apple Music will take place on Tuesday 21st September. Click here for the full list of nominees and check out Apple Music’s official The Ivors 2021 Nominee playlist here.

 

David Arnold & Michael Price's 'Dracula'
The Dracular mini series premiered on 1 January 2020 and was broadcast over three consecutive days on BBC One before releasing on Netflix. The series is based on the Bram Stoker novel and follows Dracula from his origins in Eastern Europe to his battles with Van Helsing's descendants and beyond. Check out the 'How We Scored Dracula' video with David Arnold and Michael Price describing the opening sequence '...like a shop window, it tells you something about what's inside, and makes you want to go in'. 

 

Matthew Herbert’s ‘Noughts + Crosses’
Noughts + Crosses is a British drama television series based on the novel series by Malorie Blackman - the first epidose premiered on BBC One on 5 March 2020. Matthew Herbert caught up with Sony ATV (who are the publisher for the production company) on the creation of the Noughts + Crosses score: 'This was a challenging score to make as it asked us to imagine a world where history was different.... so we tried to avoid genres wherever possible and anything idiomatic or familiar'.



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