Over 30 Years of Outstanding Film & Television Music, & More...
Terence Blanchard: Music For Film

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Brussels Philharmonic conducted by Dirk Brossé

World-renowned trumpeter, brass player, composer, band leader and five time Grammy Award winner, Terence Blanchard is the most prolific jazz musician to ever compose for motion pictures. As a film composer, Blanchard has more than fifty scores to his credit. He gives a voice to those who have none. There can be no better or more appealing description of the artist born in New Orleans on 13th March 1962. Since the 1980s, his unique combination of tradition and innovation has turned him into one of the giants of jazz. Every year since 1982 Film Fest Gent has honoured many of the legends of film composing and this year their spotlight falls on Terence Blanchard. Under the baton of Dirk Brossé, the Brussels Philharmonic perform some of the very best music of Blanchard’s scoring career.

“Writing films scores can be very rewarding and inspiring because of the many creative possibilities presented on any project. Being recognized, in itself, is the prize most of us yearn for, never looking beyond that because we are the background and one part of many that come together to tell a story. So for my work to be singled out in such a huge fashion is truly a magnificent honour. I’m humbled and excited all at once to be a part of this celebration and would like to thank all who made this happen.”.

– Terence Blanchard

1 25th Hour – Opening Title
2 25th Hour – Jake’s Classroom
3 25th Hour – Playground
4 25th Hour – One Last Walk
5 Clockers – Strike Packs Up
6 She Hate Me – Rough ‘N’ Ready
7 She Hate Me – Opening Title
8 Miracle At St. Anna – The Prayer
9 Miracle At St. Anna – End Credits
10 Bamboozled – Main Theme
11 When The Levee Broke – Levees
12 When The Levee Broke – Ashe
13 Chi-Raq – Main Theme
14 Inside Man – Suite
15 Malcolm X – Suite
16 Red Tails – Victory Rolls

Doctor Who: Survival

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Music by Dominic Glynn

Prolific composer Dominic Glynn is closely associated with the 1980s era of Doctor Who. A major creator of production music his work can also be heard in hundreds of film and TV productions worldwide as diverse as The Simpsons, Red Dwarf and Dead Like Me. Transmitted in late 1989, Survival marked the end of an era for Doctor Who, the final series from a continuous 26 year run. A few tracks from the series appeared on the Doctor Who 50 compilation but the rest are all previously unreleased.

1 Doctor Who (Opening Theme)
2 Car Wash, With Kitling
3 Tin Cans, Stray Cats And Horses
4 Cat Food
5 Where Is Everyone?
6 Tin Opener
7 Park Chase, And The Alien Planet
8 An Unexpected Pleasure
9 Planet Of The Cheetah People
10 Two Pints
11 Playing With Fire
12 Valley Of Cats
13 The Living Planet
14 We Shall Become Animals
15 Ace And Karra
16 Go Home
17 I Will Be Free Of It
18 Come Hunting, Sister
19 Midge And The Bad Cat Man
20 On Horsenden Hill
21 Tooth And Claw
22 Run For Ever
23 “…And Somewhere Else, The Tea’s Getting Cold”
24 Doctor Who (Closing Theme)

Doctor Who: Daleks

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Music by Tristram Cary
Special Sounds by Brian Hodgson and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

A pioneer in the field of electronic music, Tristram Cary served as a wartime naval officer specialising in radar and electronics. He combined a career at the cutting edge of experimental music with works for cinema (The Ladykillers), television and radio. The Daleks made their debut in Doctor Who just before Christmas 1963 and Cary’s music was composed to script as a number of atmospheric pieces for specific scenes and situations. These were then played live into the studio recording, alongside effects tracks. This release of the soundtrack expands on a previous issue and includes music from all seven episodes plus unreleased material and extended cues.

1 Doctor Who (Original Theme)
2 Forest Atmosphere
3 Skaro: Petrified Forest Atmosphere (“Thal Wind”)
4 Forest With Creature
5 City Music 1&2
6 Thing In Jungle
7 TARDIS Computer
8 City Music 3
9 Dalek City Corridor
10 The Daleks
11 Radiation Sickness
12 Dalek Control Room
13 The Storm 1&2
14 The Storm Continued (Susan Meets Alydon)
15 Inside The City
16 What’s Inside A Dalek
17 The Fight
18 The Ambush
19 Fluid Link
20 Rising Tension
21 Demented Dalek
22 The Swamp
23 The Cave 1
24 Barbara Lose The Rope
25 High Sound And Heartbeats (Antodus And Ganatus)
26 Pebble Dropped
27 Captives Of The Daleks
28 Heartbeats (Antodus Falls)
29 The Cave II
30 Capsule Oscillation (Dalek Destructor Fuse/Bomb Countdown)
31 Explosion/TARDIS Stops
32 Five Explosions
33 The Ambush (Loop)
34 Funeral Chords
35 Funeral Chords (Alternative)
36 Funeral Chords (Loop)

Rainbow Connection / Solitary Man

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The Singing Accountant
AKA Keith Ferreira

1. Rainbow Connection (From ‘The Muppet Movie’)
2. Solitary Man

Puppet on a Chain

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Music Composed and Arranged by Piero Piccioni

A masterpiece of suspense and no-holds barred action, Puppet on a Chain was adapted from Alistair Maclean’s 1969 novel and released in 1971. Directed by Geoffrey Reeve and starring a granite-jawed Sven-Bertil Taube, the film’s signature boat chase (lasting eight minutes!) along the canals of Amsterdam was rumoured to be the inspiration for the similar sequence in Bond’s Live and Let Die.

The action is underpinned by Italian soundtrack maestro Piero Piccioni’s blistering Hammond-heavy score. Piccioni composed around 300 soundtracks over four decades, but was most prolific during the ‘60’s and ‘70’s, when he was sought out by directors including Francesco Rosi, Mario Monicelli, Alberto Lattuada, Luchino Visconti, Bernardo Bertolucci, Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio De Sica and Lina Wertmuller. A talented self-taught jazz musician, Piccioni’s soundtrack to Puppet on a Chain retains effortless style, portraying a decadent 1970’s Amsterdam overrun with drugs and organised crime.

01 Puppet On A Chain (Main Titles)
02 Drug Dealers
03 Psychedelic Mood
04 LSD Party
05 Narcotics Bureau
06 Escape
07 Night Club
08 Drugs Hypnosis
09 The Search
10 Mystery / The Discotheque
11 Troubles In The Big City
12 Chase
13 Fear
14 Love Theme
15 Big Action
16 Obsession
17 The Funeral
18 Puppet On A Chain (Finale)


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Original Soundtrack by Rael Jones

Digital album release of Rael Jones’s bold and anachronistic soundtrack to Hulu & ITV’s 8-part series set in the 18th Century brothels of London. The soundtrack mixes electronica and stoner rock genres, underpinning the story and reflecting the experiences and rebellious nature of the women depicted in the programme.

Described by Hollywood Reporter as “intriguingly unique”, this period drama with a contemporary twist was entirely written, directed and produced entirely by women. The show was inspired by a book called Harris’s List of Convent Garden Ladies, a Yellow Pagesstyle directory that featured a list of prostitutes, their ages, price and sexual perversions.

Harlots is airing on ITV Encore, the network’s channel dedicated to drama and stars Samantha Morton (Fantastic Beasts, Rillington Place, The Last Panthers, Minority Report, Cider with Rosie), Lesley Manville (Mum, River, Maleficent) and Jessica Brown Findlay (Victor Frankenstein, The Outcast, Downton Abbey).

Rael Jones is a classically trained composer and Multi-Instrumentalist. His writing stems from improvisation and live performance, and he is a highly accomplished player of many instruments – Piano, Guitars, Drums, Autoharp and Musical Saw. Rael regularly tours as a guitarist with Guillemots front man Fyfe Dangerfield, as well as with his own band Thumpermonkey. Rael’s film and TV credits include My Cousin Rachel, Suite Française, Supersonic (the feature documentary about the band Oasis), NW (the TV adaptation of Zadie Smith’s NW), the coming-of-age drama Kids In Love and the feature documentary Still The Enemy Within. As orchestrator, music producer, music editor and programmer Rael has worked on film adaptation of Les Misérables, Steve Jobs, The Danish Girl, Alan Partridge, The Inbetweeners

1 Harlots – opening titles
2 Sexual Vocation
3 Tricorne
4 Walk Like A Parrot
5 The Vilest Sin
6 Coitus Interruptus
7 Emily Clucks Off
8 Sealed Bids
9 Wealth Will Make You Free
10 The City Is Made Of Our Flesh
11 Following The Drum – Episode 1 End Credits
12 Previously On harlots
13 Life Of Depravity
14 This Is My Real Home
15 Mary’s Funeral
16 Stand Off – Episode 2 End Credits
17 Handsome Lucy
18 Our Little Doll
19 Hunt For A Little Beast
20 Torment Waiting
21 Lie Still
22 Mr Osborne
23 Never To Return
24 Missing An Organ
25 Lascivious Display
26 Lucy Out f Place
27 15 Years
28 Master of Music – Episode 4 End Credits
29 Funky Goat
30 Lydia Lashes Out
31 Duchess Of Quim
32 Bad Form
33 Final Escape – Episode 5 End Credits
34 We Want Cunny
35 My Loyalty To You
36 For Her Children
37 Balm For Sore Spirits
38 A Fine Night
39 Mayfly
40 Cast Downstream
41 Fopdoodle – Episode 6 End Credits
42 Body On The Bank
43 Death March
44 Cock Warts
45 Love’s Not A Sin
46 Broken Water
47 Contractions – Episode 7 End Credits
48 She’s A Beauty
49 Recompense
50 Double Quigley
51 The City Is Still Made Of Our Flesh
52 Crawl Your Way Up – Episode 8 End Credits
53 Marie-Louise’s Lullaby
54 Harlots Opening Titles – 30 Second Version


Various Artists / Score by Max Richter

Set against the backdrop of one of the most explosive times in U.K. history, Guerrilla tells the story of a politically active couple whose relationship and values are tested when they liberate a political prisoner and form a radical underground cell in 1970s London. This six-part limited series is written and directed by Academy Award®-winner John Ridley, with Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild® Award-winner Idris Elba. One of the most prolific of contemporary artists, composer Max Richter has scored over 50 films. After graduating from the Royal Academy Of Music his work has encompassed concert music,operas, ballet, film, theatre and TV scores. Previous film and TV include Waltz With Bashir, Sarah’s Key, The Lunchbox, Testament Of Youth and The Leftovers. The release also features a tantalising selection of early 70s reggae grooves from the Trojan catalogue alongside the psychedelic soul of Noir and other music of the period.

1. Dhari’s Speech (Dialogue) – Nathaniel Martello-White
2. How Long – Noir
3. Look Around – Femi Kuti
4. Love Song 1 – Max Richter
5. Jas’s Radio Speech (Dialogue) – Freida Pinto
6. The System – Noir
7. Ayiko Bia – Osibisa
8. Prepared for Violence – Max Richter
9. The Gardener – Judy Mowatt
10. Jas’s Radio Speech Examination (Dialogue) – Freida Pinto
11. We Got Movement – Max Richter
12. The Makings Of You (Live @ Bitter End, NYC) – Curtis Mayfield
13. Give and Take (Give A Little, Take A Little) – The Pioneers
14. Let The Power Fall On I – Max Romeo
15. Wash Away the Sins – Max Richter
16. Indian Rope Man – Noir
17. So Fucking Cool – Max Richter
18. Love Song 2 – Max Richter
19. Marcus’s Radio Closing Speech (Dialogue) – Babou Ceesay

Debbie Wiseman: Live at the Barbican

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As part of Barbican’s Contemporary Music Concerts series, in January 2016 The Orchestra of the Guildhall School performed in a retrospective concert of composer Debbie Wiseman’s film, TV and concert work.

The Guildhall School alumna, Award winning composer Debbie Wiseman MBE, is one of the UK’s most in-demand composers writing for film, TV and concert hall. She is currently Classic FM’s Composer in Residence, and her soundtrack to the recent BBC TV series Wolf Hall went straight to the top of the classical music charts. With this concert Debbie Wiseman makes a nostalgic return to the School to conduct the Guildhall Chamber Orchestra in a programme of her music.

Debbie Wiseman explains – “The three years I spent studying piano and composition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama were very special, and I was thrilled to be invited back to conduct a concert of my music with the college’s Symphony Orchestra at their brand new concert hall in the Barbican Centre, Milton Court. I was hugely impressed – but not at all surprised – at the high standard of the orchestra. These talented first and second-year musicians, despite their youth, would not sound out of place in the professional world, such is their ability. They played with commitment, focus and infectious enthusiasm, and it was an enormous pleasure working with them all. This album is dedicated to my wonderful composition teacher at the Guildhall School, Buxton Orr.”

1. Wilde West
2. Wilde
3. Tom’s Midnight Garden
4. Wolf Hall
5. The Truth About Love
6. Flood
7. Lesbian Vampire Killers
8. A Poet In New York
9. Haunted
10. Father Brown
11. The Whale
12. Arsene Lupin Suite 1st Movement
13. Arsene Lupin Suite 2nd Movement
14. Arsene Lupin Suite 3rd Movement
15. Arsene Lupin Suite 4th Movement
16. Jubilee Gigue

Music of Game of Thrones

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Performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
Music Composed by Ramin Djawadi

In 2011 composer Ramin Djawadi was first asked to score a new TV series called Game of Thrones. In its first season much of the music was written for a small string ensemble, and filled out with synthetic pads and percussion. Over the course of the next six seasons the music budget got bigger and bigger to match the ever-increasing viewing figures the show was enjoying. This release celebrates the rich tapestry of music over the six series with the full firepower of an 80 piece symphony orchestra and choir.

Game of Thrones really is a television phenomenon. HBO’s epic small screen adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s series of fantasy tomes continues to draw in record audiences around the world, and shows no signs of slowing down. Indeed some 8.9m people tuned in to the Season Six finale in the US and with repeats, recordings and on-demand viewings taken into consideration, it is estimated that Game of Thrones enjoys an average of 23m viewers per installment. With a whopping thirty-eight Emmy Awards (and counting), this series remains the darling of prime-time pay TV.

With so much music created for the sixty episodes so far broadcast, this album can of course only take in so much. The particular cues and themes it does highlight, though, lend themselves beautifully to this symphonic re-imagining.

1. Main Title
2. Goodbye Brother
3. Finale (From “Season 1”)
4. Warrior of Light
5. Winterfell
6. Mother of Dragons
7. A Lannister Always Pays His Debts
8. Dracarys
9. Mhysa
10. Two Swords
11. You Are No Son of Mine
12. The Children
13. Blood of the Dragon
14. Dance of Dragons
15. Atonement
16. Son of the Harpy
17. Light of the Seven
18. Khaleesi
19. Winter Has Come
20. Hear Me Roar
21. The Winds of Winter

Sherlock: Series 4 – The Final Problem

Music by David Arnold and Michael Price

Series 4, Episode 3 – The Final Problem

01 She Was Different
02 Doing a Good Thing
03 3 Suspects
04 Pick Up
05 Brother Mine
06 Bones
07 The Hall
08 I Had No One
09 Open Your Eyes
10 Always the Grown Up
11 Who You Really Are

Seven years from its debut Sherlock is a worldwide phenomenon licensed to over 225 territories and equally popular with cinema showings alongside TV transmissions. In the UK Season 3 was the most watched TV drama series since 2001 attracting 11.8m viewers. 

Great mystery stories, the cream of British acting talent, stunning production values and of course the vital musical score from David Arnold (Independence Day, The World Is Not Enough) and Michael Price (Jekyll & Hyde, Unforgotten). 

The Emmy Award winning composers return with more fresh takes on the characters and situations. Sherlock is a series that doesn’t wallow in its success as David Arnold explains, “I think we both want to move it on every time. If the show stands still then the music does too and it all grinds to a halt…so we are always trying to find something new to do with it”.

“If David Arnold and Michael Price did not exist, it would be necessary for man to invent them. Their contribution to Sherlock is immeasurable. Thrilling, cheeky, sinister, playful and simply world-class…the music’s not bad either.” Mark Gatiss (Sherlock and League Of Gentlemen creator).