Ernest Troost Film Music / Bio

Ernest Troost is an award-winning composer of scores for films and television, including the quirky scores for the Oscar-nominated animated short Dr. DeSoto and the much-loved cult classic Tremors.
From his hipster jazz for Gary Walkow’s Beat, to the edgy orchestra and choir for the MGM historical epic, One Man’s Hero, to the delta minimalism of HBO’s Lesson Before Dying, and the playfully eclectic score for Crashing, Troost’s music always uniquely supports the filmmaker’s vision.
His love of traditional country-blues and folk music led him to create his solo albums, “All the Boats Are Gonna Rise” and “Resurrection Blues.” Described as what would happen if the Carter Family, Robbie Robertson, and Alfred Hitchcock wrote songs together, the dark songs have been a hit with critics and fans alike. He performs “All the Boats Are Gonna Rise” in the coffee house scene in Crashing.

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