Ken Corday and D. Brent Nelson score new music for Days of Our Lives
Posted on February 28, 2020 by Dan Goldwasser
Earlier this month composers Ken Corday and D. Brent Nelson recorded a new batch of cinematic cues for the newly renewed daytime drama, Days of Our Lives. Recording took place at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Bros. Studios, featuring a 40-piece string ensemble. ScoringSessions.com is delighted to present a gallery of photos provided to us to share with our readers!
D. Brent Nelson conducts a string ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony for Days of Our Lives
"Why put cinema score in a daytime soap? It’s great fun to create and record and it gives the show an epic sense of grandeur and scope that we wouldn’t be able to achieve any other way," the composers said. "We have bold stories and when the big cue goes in the right spot it truly hits that scene out of the park."
The violins perform on Days of Our Lives
Co-composers Ken Corday and D. Brent Nelson examine the score while music supervisor Paul Antonelli (far rear) listens to the session.
Composers Ken Corday and D. Brent Nelson
Days of Our Lives airs on weekdays at 1pm on NBC.
Photos by Donovan Yaple. Special thanks to Emilie Erskine.
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