Grantchester - John Lunn
What You Will Hear: Piano, strings and woodwinds. A jazz quartet with vocalist.
Standout Tracks: Mr. Chambers, Amanda Kendall, Dickens
Will you be humming along? No themes were long enough or repeated often enough to stick with me.
The score this makes me want to dust off: Downton Abbey - John Lunn (the standard by which he'll be based forever?)
Pet Peeve Alert: Do not put voice overs on the film score. If I wanted to hear the actors, I'd watch the show.
Will I come back to it? I can't argue with Mr. Lunn's signature sound, of which there is quite an abundance. There are some parts that are a deal more sinister than I'm used to, but the majority of the score provides his signature vibrancy. That being said, I won't be returning. Between the voice overs and lack of major thematic material, I'm content to stick with other works from Mr. Lunn's library.