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WHITE HOUSE DOWN

About the Music
Producer Harald Kloser is also one of the film's composers, writing the score with his composing partner Thomas Wander. White House Down marks Kloser's fourth score for a Roland Emmerich-directed picture. "Thomas and I are like a well-oiled machine," he says. "When we're starting on a project, it's exciting to me to figure out how we're going to create the mood with the music. It's like when you cook a meal -- you choose the ingredients first, and then you decide what you're going to make. When you write a score, you can create a different mood by choosing, for example, a string quartet or a 150-piece orchestra and choir. So that's super-exciting for me. On White House Down, the score is metallic, it's electronic, it's modern, it's not old-fashioned, I hope. There's a lot of up-tempo music -- maybe even in scenes where you wouldn't think of an up-tempo score."

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