Patrick Doyle, the composer for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, held a public screening of the fourth film last night at Syracuse University, followed by a Q&A session with students. The Daily Orange reports that Doyle answered questions about the movie, his career, the music industry and the world of film composing.
“Working on 'Harry Potter' was unusual, he said, because he worked closely with the director as well as the sound designer, editor and conductor to integrate the music and make it an essential part of the film.”
Additionally, Matt and I were able to chat with the composer yesterday afternoon and you can hear the full interview on the next episode of MuggleCast. Many thanks to Syracuse University, David Rezak and The Bandier Program for Music and the Entertainment Industries!