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Ludwig Göransson to Begin Writing Music for The Mandalorian Season 2 Soon; Releases Music Video for Shows Theme

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    The Mandalorian composer Ludwig Göransson spoke with Vanity Fair about his process in developing his unique sounding score for the series which is showcased in a brand new music video for the show's main theme. Göransson also revealed that he is about to begin writing the music for the show's second season, which will debut on Disney Plus this October.



    First off, let's start with Göransson's new music video of the main theme from The Mandalorian:



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXJa1YcV6OQ



    In speaking with Vanity Fair's Anthony Breznican, Ludwig Göransson delved into the parallels between being a lone creator developing the music that would tell the story and serve as the emotional cadence for a lone masked gunslinger in The Mandalorian. He explains his process, which came after meeting with Jon Favreau, understanding what the show's creator wanted and the immense level of freedoms he granted Ludwig to develop a new sound for Star Wars.

    Breznican brings up Ennio Morricone who just passed away. The legendary composer is most known for his iconic Western scores, including the Sergio Leone films, like the Clint Eastwood classic The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. He asked Göransson if he was inspired by the late legend.

    Göransson didn't go into creating music for The Mandalorian with the intention of deliberately sounding different than John Williams' classic Star Wars sound, but he was given creative liberties to branch out by Favreau and Filoni. Instead of delving into John Williams' sound, he went back to explore Williams' mentality approaching scores in his earlier years before Star Wars, related to the legendary composer in a much different, and perhaps even more profound way than trying to echo his sound for this franchise.
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    What would a discussion about The Mandalorian be without discussing 'The Child' right? The theme of 'Baby Yoda' evolves throughout the season, but was developed from the perspective of Din Djarin and how he views him, which Göransson reveals was a brilliant angle pitched by Favreau. How the music surrounding Baby Yoda evolved throughout the season, slowly building in pair with Mando's music until they finally unite, is simplistic and makes sense as a concept, but its execution is pure mastery.

    Ludwig Göransson also revealed he will begin writing the score for season 2 of The Mandalorian soon. The season debuts on Disney Plus this October.



    You can view the interview in its entire here at Vanity Fair.
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