According to Google's translation of the May 10, 2006, news item below
in Spanish, the score is supposedly to be composed by Roque Baños, a
Spanish composer who has been receiving growing attention as a writer
of film scores over the last decade. Perhaps someone can confirm the
translation and/or update with more definitive information.
Está prácticamente confirmado que la banda sonora de Manolete, la
película sobre el mítico torero que murió en Linares a causa de una
cornada y que interpreta Adrien Brody, es un encargo para Roque Baños.
Further information on Roque Baños:
Born: 1968, Jumilla, Spain.
Background: One of a group of talented composers to emerge from Spain
in recent years. Baños studied composition and saxophone at the
Conservatoris Superiors de Música in Múrcia, and at the Real
Conservatory in Madrid, before winning a scholarship to study at the
Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he specialised in cinema and
jazz. Returning to Spain, he has since written extensively for
television and theatre, and has worked with directors including Carlos
Saura, Santiago Segura and Alex de la Iglesia. He scored his first
cinema film in 1997, and first reached an international audience
through his work on the Oscar-nominated ?Sexy Beast? (2000), before
going on to score the independent thriller ?The Machinist? in 2004. He
won a Goya Award (Spanish Oscar) in 2003 for his work on "Salome".
Highlight Scores: Goya in Bordeaux, El Corazon del Guerrero, Sexy
Beast, La Communidad, The Wrong Side of the Bed, 800 Balas, The