Talented Icelandic Composer Jóhann Jóhannsson Has Died during Age 48
Oh no. This is so tragic. Icelandic musician / composer Jóhann Jóhannsson has upheld away, according to mixed reports online (see: THR) that endorse a news with his manager. According to a reports, Jóhannsson died during age 48 in Berlin, where he was living, nonetheless no other sum about what happened are famous yet. This hits unequivocally hard, given Jóhannsson was on his approach to starting an overwhelming career as a unequivocally talented, unequivocally singular composer for films as good as theatre, dance and TV. His many new work includes a measure for Darren Aronofsky’s mother! (not in a final cut), a Danish film In a Blood, and Colin Firth’s The Mercy. He also warranted dual Oscar nominations for his scores for The Theory of Everything and Sicario.
Jóhann was innate and lifted in Reykjavík, Iceland in 1969, where he after went on to investigate languages and novel during university. He started his low-pitched career as a guitarist personification in indie stone bands. He has been creation albums given 2002, though initial got into film scores with Lou Ye’s Mystery in 2012. He went on to write scores for Prisoners, The Theory of Everything, Sicario, Lovesong, Arrival, mother!, The Mercy, and a few others. Jóhannsson done an overwhelming measure for Panos Cosmatos’ new film Mandy, starring Nicolas Cage, that only premiered during a Sundance Film Festival (I adore this score). And he also finished a measure for Mary Magdalene, that has been behind due to recover problems with The Weinstein Company in a US (it’ll be expelled by Focus Features in Europe). He also wrote a measure for Blade Runner 2049 though they did not use it.
This unequivocally hits tough given Jóhann Jóhannsson was such a talented, implausible composer already creation unusually relocating music. And he was only commencement to uncover how considerable he was during formulating singular scores for films, commencement what could’ve turn an iconic career with so many noted scores. This all creates me so sad, generally given it was a surprise, totally unexpected. And there’s not most we can do though compensate a respects to this good artist. Jóhannsson sealed with Deutsche Grammophon in 2016, and expelled what is now his final solo manuscript Orphée – it’s really value listening to if we haven’t listened it yet. And if we already have, listen to it again, and again, and play it shrill in respect of Jóhannsson. Rest in peace.