‘The Girl from Plainville’ composer Leopold Ross on how ‘Glee’ influenced the score [Exclusive Video Interview]

‘The Girl from Plainville’ composer Leopold Ross on how ‘Glee’ influenced the score [Exclusive Video Interview]
The Girl from Plainville” is based on the true story of Massachusetts teenager Michelle Carter and her involvement in convincing her boyfriend Conrad Roy to take his own life. Carter also happened to harbor an obsession with the Fox dramedy “Glee,” which is incorporated not only into the Hulu limited series but also influenced composer Leopold Ross‘s score, which he co-wrote with Nick Chuba. “It was basically the jumping-off point for us in terms of the spark of inspiration because it was such a unique aspect to the story,” says Ross in an exclusive new interview for Gold Derby. “It was also interesting being people who make music which is very not ‘Glee’ to kind of see what we could do.” Watch the full video chat above.

That “Glee” influence shows in Carter’s theme, which is accented with harmonized female vocals. It was also important to Ross that
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