Quartet Records and MovieScore Media presents the soundtrack album of Dutch composer Matthijs Kieboom ‘s music for the nature documentary Wild.
Directed by Luc Enting, Wild was shot in the woods of Veluwe in the province of Gelderland. Following the life cycle of the forest for a year, the movie focuses on three particular animal species: the boar, the deer and the fox. Each animal takes a unique place in the ecosystem of the forest, some of them are hunters, others are prey – but will all of them survive the year? Matthijs Kieboom colorful symphonic score offers a rich tapestry for the forest with music that’s emotional without overriding the beauty of Nature.
The thematically rich underscoring revolve around the four seasons: the lean and cold tones of the winter, the young jumpy animals in the spring, the warm and sweltering summer and the mysterious autumn. The main animal characters all get their own themes as well: he boar: rude and playful. The deer: elegant and majestic and finally the fox: crafty and dangerous. The package includes liner notes by Gergely Hubai discuss the film and the score.