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Jonny Greenwood, who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score for Jane Campion's film The Power of the Dog earlier today, was the guest on NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross yesterday to discuss his work as a film composer—including his four Nonesuch soundtracks for Paul Thomas Anderson's films There Will Be Blood, The Master, Inherent Vice, and Phantom Thread—his album with composer Krzysztof Penderecki, and Radiohead. "Thank you for that music," Gross says of his Phantom Thread score. "I really love it." You can hear their conversation here.

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Jonny Greenwood, who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score for Jane Campion's film The Power of the Dog earlier today, was the guest on NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross yesterday to discuss his work as a film composer—including his four Nonesuch soundtracks for Paul Thomas Anderson's films There Will Be Blood, The Master, Inherent Vice, and Phantom Thread—his album with Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki, and Radiohead. "Thank you for that music," Gross says after playing a selection from his Phantom Thread score. "I really love it." You can hear their conversation here:

You can hear a playlist of Jonny Greenwood's complete Nonesuch recordings on Spotify and Apple Music here:

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Jonny Greenwood: NPR's 'Fresh Air with Terry Gross,' February 2022
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    Listen: Jonny Greenwood Talks with NPR's 'Fresh Air with Terry Gross'
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    Jonny Greenwood, who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score for Jane Campion's film The Power of the Dog earlier today, was the guest on NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross yesterday to discuss his work as a film composer—including his four Nonesuch soundtracks for Paul Thomas Anderson's films There Will Be Blood, The Master, Inherent Vice, and Phantom Thread—his album with Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki, and Radiohead. "Thank you for that music," Gross says after playing a selection from his Phantom Thread score. "I really love it." You can hear their conversation here:

    You can hear a playlist of Jonny Greenwood's complete Nonesuch recordings on Spotify and Apple Music here:

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