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    Listen: Jonny Greenwood Talks "Phantom Thread" with NPR's "Morning Edition"
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    Jonny Greenwood was a guest on NPR's Morning Edition today. He spoke with host Rachel Martin about his Oscar-nominated score to Paul Thomas Anderson's new film, Phantom Thread, and how he collaborated with the filmmaker to develop the music, which would be recorded with a sixty-piece string orchestra. We also learn how a young Jonny Greenwood was inspired by the recorder, and what his current and future plans are to work with the humble instrument. You can listen to the conversation below.

    Greenwood recently spoke with the New York Times about the score for an interview you can read at nytimes.com, and with the Los Angeles Times, for an article you can read at latimes.com.

    The Phantom Thread soundtrack—eighteen compositions by Greenwood—is available now digitally and on CD, with the vinyl due April 20. To pick up a copy of the album, head to your local music store, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where CD orders and vinyl pre-orders include a download of the complete album at checkout; the album can be heard on Spotify and Apple Music as well.

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Jonny Greenwood was a guest on NPR's Morning Edition. He spoke with host Rachel Martin about his Oscar-nominated score to Paul Thomas Anderson's film Phantom Thread, and how he collaborated with the filmmaker to develop the music, which would be recorded with a sixty-piece string orchestra. We also learn how a young Jonny Greenwood was inspired by the recorder, and what his current and future plans are to work with the humble instrument. You can listen to the conversation here.

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Jonny Greenwood was a guest on NPR's Morning Edition today. He spoke with host Rachel Martin about his Oscar-nominated score to Paul Thomas Anderson's new film, Phantom Thread, and how he collaborated with the filmmaker to develop the music, which would be recorded with a sixty-piece string orchestra. We also learn how a young Jonny Greenwood was inspired by the recorder, and what his current and future plans are to work with the humble instrument. You can listen to the conversation below.

Greenwood recently spoke with the New York Times about the score for an interview you can read at nytimes.com, and with the Los Angeles Times, for an article you can read at latimes.com.

The Phantom Thread soundtrack—eighteen compositions by Greenwood—is available now digitally and on CD, with the vinyl due April 20. To pick up a copy of the album, head to your local music store, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where CD orders and vinyl pre-orders include a download of the complete album at checkout; the album can be heard on Spotify and Apple Music as well.

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