Sunday, October 31, 2010

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Score [2010]

The score for Deathly Hallows: Part 1 is composed by Golden Globe award winning and Academy Award nominated film composer, Alexandre Desplat. Desplat follows John Williams, Patrick Doyle and Nicholas Hooper in the Harry Potter series. Williams composed the first three films, Doyle scored the fourth film, while Hooper produced the soundtracks for the fifth and sixth films. Desplat stated that he will compose until September, with the soundtrack being released on 16th November 2010, three days before the film's release date. A 4-disc Limited Edition Collector's Box Set will also be released on December 21, 2010.

In an interview, Desplat stated, "We will start this Summer, it will take me all Summer. I will not have many holidays, but again it's for good reason - for the soundtrack. I would take every opportunity to use the fabulous theme composed by John Williams. I'd say it has not sufficiently been used in the latest movies, so if I have the opportunity and if the footage allows me, I'm going to arrange it...I shall make it with great honour and pleasure."

The film's orchestration started on 14 August 2010 with Conrad Pope (the orchestrator on the first three Potter films) collaborating with Desplat. Pope commented that the music is "exciting and vigorous" and "Those who love melodies, harmonies and emotions in their film scores should be pleased. Reminds one of the old days."

On October 29, 2010, the entire soundtrack was leaked. It appears that John Williams' original "Hedwig's Theme" is only used in only small parts of the soundtrack, however many cues from previous films are used.

Deathly Hallows is the first half of the last Harry Potter adventure, starring Daniel Radcliffe
, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Helena Bonham Carter, Alan Rickman and Ralph Fiennes, and again directed by British filmmaker David Yates ( Order of the Phoenix and Half-Blood Prince). The script was also written again by Steve Kloves, of Sorcerer’s Stone, Chamber of Secrets, Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire, and also Half-Blood Prince.

Track list
1. Obliviate
2. Snape to Malfoy Manor
3. Polyjuice Potion
4. Sky Battle
5. At The Burrow
6. Harry and Ginny
7. The Will
8. Death Eaters
9. Dobby
10. Ministry of Magic
11. Detonators
12. The Locket
13. Fireplaces Escape
14. Ron Leaves
15. The Exodus
16. Godric’s Hollow Graveyard
17. Bathilda Bagshot
18. Hermione’s Parents
19. Destroying the Locket
20. Ron’s Speech
21. Lovegood
22. The Deathly Hallows
23. Captured and Tortured
24. Rescuing Hermione
25. Farewell to Dobby
26. The Elder Wand


Saturday, October 30, 2010

The Special Relationship Soundtrack [2010]

The Special Relationship stars Michael Sheen as Tony Blair and Dennis Quaid as Bill Clinton in this release, the third in screenwriter Peter Morgan’s trilogy on Tony Blair, following The Deal, which aired on HBO, and the Academy Award-nominated film The Queen.
In 1993, ambitious British politician Tony Blair arrives in Washington D.C. to meet with advisors who helped bring Bill Clinton into office. At his meeting, Blair is given war room wisdom: “Listen to what the people are saying. It’s easier to change what the party stands for than what the people want.” Three years later, Blair puts the advice to work, declaring “Je suis European” at a speech in Paris, committing himself to his fellow Continentals.
When both Blair and Clinton are swept into office, Clinton shares with Blair his excitement over their “unique opportunity” to advance their center-left ideas and bring genuine change over the next few years. As the two men continue their terms in office, world and personal events determine which man has the upper hand in the long-standing alliance. The conflict in Northern Ireland, the Monica Lewinsky scandal, and differing strategies about the crisis in Kosovo all play a part in shifting their positions on the world stage, and their opinions of each other. And when the 2000 election brings new leadership into the White House, it is up to Blair to decide how the relationship will carry on.
Alexandre Desplat adds another extraordinary score to his long list of recent achievements (The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, The Queen, Twilight: New Moon).
THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP began airing in the US on HBO on May 29 and in the UK on BBC on May 7, 2010.

Track list
1 Tony Meets Bill 04:09
2 Tony Meets Jacques 03:20
3 Election Victory 01:20
4 Northern Ireland 05:37
5 Hillary C 06:06
6 Trouble For Bill 01:54
7 Tony Saves Bill 04:02
8 Kosovo 05:43
9 Monica 05:50
10 The Chicago Speech 01:59
11 Number One Leader 05:20
12 Farewell 03:27


Fair Game Soundtrack [2010]

The film retells the true story of undercover CIA Agent, Valerie Plame Wilson (played by Naomi Watts), who was outed by the White House in 2003 in an effort to discredit her journalist husband, Joseph Wilson (Sean Penn), who had written a piece in the NY Times saying the Bush Administration had manipulated intelligence about the W.M.D. to justify the invasion of Iraq.

Satya Bhabha, Sam Shepard, Ty Burrell, Noah Emmerich and character actors Michael Kelly and Bruce McGill co-star and the film arrives in theaters November 5, in a limited release bow.

John Powell was writting the score for entirely Bourne series so there is no supprise he made this score for Fair Game.

Track list
01. Kuala Lumpur
02. The White House
03. Gathering Intel
04. Joe's Report
05. Bruises
06. Smaky
07. Sixteen Words
08. Run Up To War
09. Change the Story
10. Uncomfortable Love
11. Breaking Point
12. Ready To Fight
13. Testify


Friday, October 29, 2010

Deadrising 2 Soundtrack [2010]

Dead Rising 2
is one of the best games of the year, and one reason why it's so bloodlettingly awesome is the score. While roaming around Fortune City killing zombies, players get to experience Oleksa Lozowchuk's brooding, bombastic and brilliant score. The music sets the mood perfectly, pinpointing the precise power at the heart of Dead Rising 2. Oleksa incorporates a myriad of sonic textures and vibes in order to create the perfect video game soundtrack. It might just turn you into a zombie it's so damn good…

Track list
1. Celldweller - Switchback
2. Celldweller - Eon
3. Celldweller - Narrow Escape
4. Celldweller - I Believe You
5. Celldweller - Own Little World
6. Blue Stahli - Scrape
7. Blue Stahli - Shiny
8. Celldweller - Kill The Sound
9. Kenji Inafune - Terror is Reality


Thursday, October 28, 2010

Elle s’appelait Sarah - Sarah's Key Soundtrack [2010]

[Tim G.]
A woman from the present becomes obsessed with tracking down a young woman from the past – for reasons even she can’t quite articulate – in Sarah’s Key, a staid but stubbornly involving drama. Though ostensibly yet another film about the horrors of the Holocaust, director Gilles Paquet-Brenner’s adaptation of Tatiana de Rosnay’s novel uses the atrocity as a treatise on personal survival and new beginnings that is eloquently delivered by star Kristin Scott Thomas.

As she did to great effect in I’ve Loved You So Long, Scott Thomas suggests worlds of sadness in her behaviour without ever expressing that discontent.

Track list
01. La java bleue - Frehel
02. The Round Up
03. The Buses
04. The Vel d'Hiv
05. Julia's Visit
06. The Camp
07. Time Piece
08. Secrets
09. Clouds 1
10. The Escape
11. When She Came Back
12. Clouds 2
13. The Tree, the Beach, the Sea
14. Julia's Dicovery
15. I Am Writing This Letter
16. Clouds 3
17. Julia's Journey
18. When She Went Away
19. The Journal
20. Julia Walking
21. All the Years Come Back
22. Sarah's Notebook
23. Easy Swing - Loren Wilfong
24. A Different Kind of Love - Dick Walter
25. Moonlight Magic - Alan Moorhouse
26. Oif'n veg shtait ah boim - Sarah Ber


Megamind Soundtrack [2010]

Big blue head man in the suit soundtrack is landed.

The soundtrack scored by Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe. But it’s not all going to be strings and horns, the set is rounded out by some standard, popular tunes like “Bad To The Bone” by George Thorogood & The Destroyers, “Lovin’ You” by Maya Rudolph‘s Mom, Minnie Ripperton and the overplayed Junkie XL remix of Elvis Presley‘s “A Little Less Conversation.”

The soundtrack will hit stores and digital outlets on November 2nd, a few days before the film lands in theaters on November 5th. Full tracklisting after the jump:


01. Giant Blue Head - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
02. Tightenville (Hal’s Theme) - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
03. Bad To The Bone – George Thorogood & The Destroyers
04. Stars and Tights - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
05. Crab Nuggets - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
06. A Little Less Conversation (Junkie XL Remix) – Elvis Presley
07. Mel-On-Cholly - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
08. Ollo - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
09. Roxanne (Love Theme) - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
10. Alone Again Naturally - Gilbert O’Sullivan
11. Drama Queen - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
12. Rejection In The Rain - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
13. Lovin’ You - Minnie Riperton
14. Black Mamba - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
15. Game Over - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
16. I’m The Bad Guy - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
17. Evil Lair - Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe


Alex North Spartacus [1960-2010]

Composed by Alex North. Released in 1960. Edition Varese released in August 2, 2010.

Varèse Sarabande commemorates Alex North's 100th birthday and the film Spartacus' 50th Anniversary with the release of Robert Townson's 1,000th album.

For this international celebration of one of film music's most influential and important giants, Robert Townson is joined by Nathan Barr, Alan and Marilyn Bergman, John Debney, Alexandre Desplat, Patrick Doyle, Randy Edelman, Dave Grusin, Mark Isham, John Mauceri, Joel McNeely, Diego Navarro, David Newman, Lisbeth Scott, Lalo Schifrin, Brian Tyler, John Williams, Christopher Young

The box set, which is limited to 5000 copies, contains six CDs, one DVD, and a deluxe 168-page book!

The breakdown of the set includes:

CD 1 - All surviving stereo tracks of Alex North's SPARTACUS recording, including all tracks from the original soundtrack album, assembled in film order.

CD 2 AND 3 - The complete original film soundtrack of SPARTACUS, in astounding monaural sound.

CD 4 - A selection of unused and alternate cues from the original film sessions, along with Alex North's original preliminary cue recordings for the film (used for film editing purposes).

CD 5 AND 6 - SPARTACUS LOVE THEME AND VARIATIONS - 22 classic and newly recorded interpretations of Alex North's “Spartacus Love Theme” - featuring Bill Evans, Yusef Lateef, Carlos Santana, Lalo Schifrin, Dave Grusin, Mark Isham, Alexandre Desplat and many others! Newly recorded in Los Angeles, New York, London, Paris and Tenerife!

DVD - CONVERSATIONS ON ALEX NORTH'S SPARTACUS A 96-minute feature documentary on the importance of Alex North and his score for SPARTACUS, with Alexandre Desplat, Mark Isham, David Newman, Lalo Schifrin, Robert Townson, Brian Tyler, John Williams and Christopher Young. Also included are two bonus features with Mark Isham and Diego Navarro recording their own Spartacus Love Theme variations.

Track listing

CD 1 (Stereo - 72:40)
All surviving stereo tracks of Alex North's SPARTACUS recording, including all tracks from the original soundtrack album, assembled in film order.

01. Overture (04:00)
02. Main Title * (03:17)
03. The Mines (03:01)
04. Caravan (01:15)
05. First Pair (03:44)
06. Gladiators Fight To The Death * (02:20)
07. Brooding (02:20)
08. On To Vesuvius (Forward, Gladiators / Forest Meeting) * (04:52)
09. Oysters And Snails (Film Version) (03:07)
10. Hopeful Preparations / Vesuvius Camp * (01:59)
11. Vesuvius Montage (01:19)
12. Blue Shadows And Purple Hills * (03:11)
13. Headed For Freedom * (03:15)
14. Homeward Bound (On To The Sea / Beside The Pool) * (06:27)
15. Metapontum Triumph (01:35)
16. Festival (03:21)
17. Expectant Parents (03:07)
18. Prelude To Battle (Quiet Interlude / The Final Conflict) * (05:11)
19. Formations (01:35)
20. Goodbye My Life, My Love / End Title * (04:16)
21. Spartacus Love Theme * (02:50)

22. On To The Sea / Infant Burial (03:03)
23. Oysters And Snails / Festival (Album Version) * (03:24)

* = cues from the original Decca soundtrack album

CD 2 (Mono - 70:40)
The complete original film soundtrack of SPARTACUS (CD1/2), in astounding monaural sound.

01. Overture (03:59)
02. Main Title (03:41)
03. The Mines (03:00)
04. Caravan (01:17)
05. Varinia's Theme (03:15)
06. Training The Gladiators (Part I) (01:29)
07. Painting (01:26)
08. Spartacus' Cell (01:37)
09. Kitchen (Part I) (01:36)
10. Training The Gladiators (Part II) (00:37)
11. Kitchen (Part II) (00:48)
12. Crassus (00:51)
13. Source Music (Part I) (02:36)
14. Source Music (Part II) (03:30)
15. First Pair (03:38)
16. Draba Fight (02:49)
17. Kill (01:12)
18. Brooding (02:18)
19. Revolt (01:16)
20. The Breakout (02:08)
21. Slaves Escape (00:47)
22. Crassus' Home (00:37)
23. Deserted School (01:55)
24. Forest Meeting (04:50)
25. Oysters And Snails (03:03)
26. Vesuvius Camp (01:59)
27. New Recruits (01:51)
28. Glabrus March (00:24)
29. Vesuvius Montage (01:19)
30. Poem (01:27)
31. Love Sequence (03:10)
32. Glabrus Defeated (03:40)
33. Glabrus Disgraced (01:44)

CD 3 (Mono - 65:29)
The complete original film soundtrack of SPARTACUS (CD2/2), in astounding monaural sound.

01. Entr'acte (02:21)
02. On To The Sea (03:07)
03. Luceria Camp (00:42)
04. Beside The Pool (02:28)
05. Dusty March (00:31)
06. Metapontum Triumph (01:33)
07. Roman Baths (01:46)
08. Arrival At The Beach (00:59)
09. Festival (03:20)
10. Sound The Trumpet (00:31)
11. Crassus Legions (00:41)
12. Back From The Sea (00:30)
13. Crassus' Camp (00:48)
14. Camp At Night (02:19)
15. Expectant Parents (03:10)
16. Maneuvers (03:14)
17. Formations (01:30)
18. The Battle (04:09)
19. Desolation Elegy (02:05)
20. I Am Spartacus (03:14)
21. Recognition And Crucifixion March (02:46)
22. Night Crucifixion (00:35)
23. Varinia And Crassus (04:59)
24. Fear Of Death (03:22)
25. Spartacus Defies Crassus (02:17)
26. The Last Fight (04:47)
27. Final Farewell And End Title (04:17)
28. Exit Music (02:48)

CD 4 (Mono - 43:17)
A selection of unused and alternate cues from the original film sessions, along with Alex North's original preliminary cue recordings for the film.

01. Overture (Unused Version) (04:02)
02. Main Title (Alternate Version) (03:33)
03. Gladiator Selection (Unused Version) (02:31)
04. Kitchen (Part I) (Alternate Version) (01:55)
05. On To The Sea (Alternate Version) (02:58)
06. Infant Burial (Alternate Version) (00:47)
07. End Of Act I (Alternate Version) (01:06)
08. Festival (Alternate Version) (01:50)
09. Sound The Trumpet (Alternate Version) (00:23)
10. Spartacus March (00:34)
11. Spartacus March (Alternate Ending Version) (00:18)
12. Spartacus Fanfare (00:13)
13. Fear Of Death (Alternate Version) (03:26)
14. Training The Gladiators (Part I) / Painting (Preliminary Version) (02:45)
15. Training The Gladiators (Preliminary Version) (02:37)
16. Training The Gladiators (Part II) (Preliminary Version) (00:37)
17. Brooding (Preliminary Version) (03:06)
18. Revolt (Preliminary Version) (00:28)
19. Festival (Preliminary Version) (00:51)
20. Spartacus Love Theme (Preliminary Version) (03:05)
21. Desolation Elegy (Preliminary Version) (03:29)
22. Crucifixion March (Preliminary Version) (02:05)

CD 5 (Stereo - 60:07)
Spartacus: Love Theme And Variations (CD1/2) - 22 classic and newly recorded interpretations of Alex North's "Spartacus Love Theme".

01. Bill Evans (05:09)
02. Yusef Lateef (04:11)
03. Mark Isham (11:09)
04. Dave Grusin (02:53)
05. Nathan Barr & Lisbeth Scott (05:08)
06. Carlos Santana (06:48)
07. Terry Callier (04:28)
08. Patrick Doyle (05:01)
09. Joel McNeely (02:27)
10. Lalo Schifrin (05:17)
11. The Ramsey Lewis Trio (07:12)
"Spartacus Love Theme" As Interpreted By...

CD 6 (Stereo - 50:16)
Spartacus: Love Theme And Variations (CD2/2) - 22 classic and newly recorded interpretations of Alex North's "Spartacus Love Theme".

01. Bill Evans & Jeremy Steig (05:00)
02. Alexandre Desplat (02:36)
03. Regina Carter (06:21)
04. Diego Navarro (03:54)
05. Gabor Szabo (03:13)
06. John Debney (04:45)
07. Brian Tyler (07:08)
08. Randy Edelman (03:49)
09. Richard Stoltzman (04:49)
10. John Neufeld & Marty Krystall (04:01)
11. Eric Stern & The London Symphony Orchestra (04:14)
"Spartacus Love Theme"


Check out Piano version of Love Theme

And Jean-François Maljean Live at Shanghai Conservatory July 2008 Concert

One more piano version from Ino Hidefumi

Alien Resurrection Soundtrack [1997-2010]

Presenting the expanded and remastered motion picture score to the 1997 Twentieth Century Fox feature film ALIEN RESURRECTION, starring Sigourney Weaver, Winona Ryder and Ron Perlman, directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. John Frizzell (OFFICE SPACE, LEGION, WHITEOUT) composes a thrilling symphony of pulse-pounding action music – featuring some of the finest cues ever composed for the legendary ALIEN franchise. Produced by Nick Redman, Michael Matessino and Didier C. Deutsch, and remastered by Mark Wilder and Naria Triana, this special expanded release features almost 75 minutes of previously unreleased material, including alternate takes. Also included is a remastered version of the original 1997 album presentation. CD booklet features exclusive in-depth liner notes by Al Kaplan. This is a limited edition of 3500 Units.
[Matt Peterson]
Music for horror films is a risky business. The key to providing an effective score for a film such as this is create a sense of orderly chaos. The ultimate example of how to do this very will is Bernard Hermann’s Psycho. It is extremely easy to fall into a pattern of random, driving textures which have no connections or relations to musical coherency. Frizzell’s score, unfortunately, excels in the latter. In the film, the score to Alien Resurrection does fit the mood at certain parts. Even in that setting, however, it is quite disarrayed and incoherent. The lack of any solid thematic material hurts the viability of this music for the film, and destroys its listening potential on CD. If you are a fan of frenzied, angry techno/orchestral elements, by all means, check out John Frizzell’s attempt. However, if you crave well tailored, thematic material that relies on craftsmanship rather than utter conglomeration of random textures, look elsewhere.

CD 1

01. Main Title (02:12)
02. Entering the Ship (01:21)
Contains: Main Title ("Ripley's Theme") from Alien, composed by Jerry Goldsmith, published by Fox Fanfare Music Inc. (BMI)
03. Post-Op (01:21)
04. Make Us Proud / Meat By-Product (01:58)
05. Fiora 16 / Inbred (01:51)
06. Docking the Betty (01:19)
07. Face Huggers (02:11)
08. Basketball / Foot Massage / Fast Learner (03:56)
09. Call Finds Ripley (05:01)
10. Gun Fight (01:17)
11. The Aliens Escape (06:36)
12. Hose / Elgyn's Death / Ripley Believe It (03:57)
13. Twelve / Vriess Reappears / Telling Vriess (04:09)
14. Ripley Meets Her Clones (03:43)
15. After Tube Blow Up (01:18)
16. What's Inside Purvis? (04:25)
17. They Swim... (08:58)
18. Call's Fake (01:47)
19. The Chapel (03:17)
20. Mean Streak (01:42)
21. The Abduction (03:50)
22. Birth of the Newborn (04:52)

CD 2

01. Call Meets the Newborn (06:09)
02. Ripley and the Newborn (03:14)
03. Finale (01:59)
04. Alien March (End Credits) (03:26)

05. Main Title (alternate) (02:15)
06. Elgyn's Death (alternate) (03:03)
07. Finale (alternate-brass version) (01:58)
08. Finale (alternate #2) (01:51)

09. Main Title (02:08)
10. Post-Op (01:20)
11. Docking the Betty (01:17)
12. Priva Son D'Ogni Conforto (05:28)
from Handel's Julius Caesar, sung by Maureen Forrester; courtesy of BMG Classics
13. Face Huggers (02:12)
14. Call Finds Ripley (03:02)
15. The Aliens Escape (04:13)
16. Ripley Meets Her Clones (02:20)
17. What's Inside Purvis? (02:27)
18. They Swim... (06:27)
19. The Chapel (02:35)
20. The Abduction (03:34)
21. The Battle With the Newborn (06:03)
22. Ripley's Theme (02:12)


Tobruk Soundtrack [1967-2010]

For the 1967 Universal Pictures war epic Tobruk, Bronislau Kaper wrote a musically massive, thundering wall of sound — just like the formidable German fortress under assault by the Allies during WWII. His primary theme is weighted by a barrage of brass playing eight angular notes seemingly chiseled out of concrete and layered throughout the entire score in blocks. It makes its first appearance in the Main Title in its most militaristic form, bursting with brass, bristling with snares, underlining the massive potency of the German force in North Africa. Numerous other motifs play a role, but Kaper seldom strays from his main Tobruk theme, an idea whose dominance mirrors the towering objective under siege by the Allies.

For this premiere presentation of the soundtrack, Intrada was generously given access to all of the multi-track master elements recorded at Universal
Picture’s scoring stage in February of 1967 under the supervision of Joseph Gershenson. The ½” 15 i.p.s. three-track stereo session masters were vaulted in magnificent condition, allowing Intrada to create brand new two-track stereo mixes of every cue. The results are vibrant and robust, bringing great clarity to this energetic, martial musical campaign.

Tobruk tells the tale of a near-suicidal mission staged at a turning point in World War II: it’s 1942, and if Rommel and his Afrika Korps can gain access to the Suez Canal, they will, in effect, control the Mediterranean. To prevent this, a small Allied force is sent on an 800-mile march across the deserts of North Africa to the port city of Tobruk; there, they hope to knock out a deadly battery of German guns so an Allied invasion can be launched, and blow up Rommel’s massive fuel depot, thus stymieing the Desert Fox’s designs on the Canal.

This release is limited to 2000 units.

Track list
01. Main Title / Prologue (02:46)
02. Frognapped (02:32)
03. Rendezvous (00:43)
04. Desert Convoy / Prepare For Attack (03:42)
05. Harker's Humor (01:22)
06. Mine Field (01:33)
07. Sitting Duck (01:01)
08. Taureg Trade / Caravan Continues (02:02)
09. Night Camp (00:54)
10. Traitor Of The Tunnel (01:40)
11. Exit Portman (03:19)
12. Head Hunters (03:34)
13. Many Tanks (00:43)
14. The Big Dump (01:38)
15. The Guns Of Mersa (00:55)
16. Shalom (01:47)
17. Bergman's Death (02:40)
18. End Title / End Cast / Emblem (02:00)


The Pillars of The Earth Soundtrack [2010]

Set against a backdrop of war, religious strife and power struggles in 12th Century England, THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH is an ambitious eight-hour series of Ken Follett’s masterpiece — an enduring love story masterfully entwined with political turmoil. The all-star cast includes: Ian McShane (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Deadwood, Sexy Beast), Rufus Sewell (The Tourist, The Illusionist, A Knight’s Tale), Matthew Macfadyen (Robin Hood, Pride and Prejudice), Eddie Redmayne (Glorious 39, The Good Shepherd), Hayley Atwell (Captain America, The Duchess, Any Human Heart), Donald Sutherland (The Italian Job), Sam Claflin (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Any Human Heart) and Sarah Parish (Merlin). Director Sergio Mimica-Gezzan (Battlestar Galactica, Heroes) and Executive Producers Tony and Ridley Scott present THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH, the epic event of the summer.

Trevor Morris, who provided the accompaniment for all four seasons of The Tudors, is back to score another ambitious royal tale.

Track listing
01. Main Titles (00:57)
02. The War Of Succession (02:04)
03. Ordained By God / Welcome To Kingsbridge (01:54)
04. A Bargain Between Beggars (01:29)
05. Let Go Of My Horse (01:58)
06. Forest Cathedral (01:13)
07. Ellen's Cave (02:07)
08. Agnes Dies (01:12)
09. The King Dies (02:21)
10. Percy Invades (Part I) (01:35)
11. Percy Invades (Part II) (01:49)
12. Tom Enters / Maybe (02:51)
13. Jack's Arson (02:21)
14. The Gravity Of Choice (02:17)
15. The Balance Of Human Creation (01:24)
16. Tom Builders Inspiration (01:59)
17. Quarry Face Off (04:14)
18. Helps Arrives (01:14)
19. Tom Fights William / Tom Dies (02:08)
20. Happy Travels (00:47)
21. Jack And Aliana Make Love (01:59)
22. Philip Is Damned (01:04)
23. Ellen Tells Her Story (02:24)
24. Building The Wall (01:26)
25. William Approaches (02:06)
26. Attack (01:22)
27. William Kills Regan (01:31)
28. Raining Dreams (01:41)
29. What Would You Have Me Do? (02:37)
30. An Ass And An Idiot (02:15)
31. Alfred Attacks (02:14)
32. Henry Kills Ustus (01:49)
33. Walleran Runs And Dies (01:51)
34. The Final Chapter / The Legacy Of Achievement (03:31)


35. A New Hope (Original Theme Demo) (02:22)
36. Love Theme (Original Theme Demo) (02:09)
37. Messenger Of War (Original Theme Demo) (01:32)
38. Mystery (Original Theme Demo) (03:14)
39. Our Purpose (Original Theme Demo) (04:23)

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