As Jon Broxton states in his review, Ades' music sound like, "a really good Desplat.." (I miss Jon and wish he would return.)
I watched this movie last night. Didn't really care for the movie, but the music was up front and very noticeable. I first thought of Desplat. I looked up the movie and found Ades' name. Don't really know him. I found this music traditional and very lush IMHO. I hope he scores other movies in different genres.