Daredevil [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/4/2003
  • Label: Varese Sarabande
  • UPC: 030206644821
  • Catalog Number: 066448


Disc 1
  1. 1 Daredevil Theme - Hollywood Studio Symphony (4:40)
  2. 2 Young Matt's Father - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:58)
  3. 3 Hell's Kitchen - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:13)
  4. 4 Matt Becomes Daredevil - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:38)
  5. 5 The Kingpin - Hollywood Studio Symphony (3:52)
  6. 6 The Darkest Hour - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:44)
  7. 7 Bullseye - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:45)
  8. 8 Elektra - Hollywood Studio Symphony (4:15)
  9. 9 Mistaken Identity - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:52)
  10. 10 Nachio's Assassination - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:12)
  11. 11 Elektra vs. Bullseye - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:56)
  12. 12 Blind Justice - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:10)
  13. 13 Church Battle - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:23)
  14. 14 Falling Rose - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:12)
  15. 15 The Necklace - Hollywood Studio Symphony (3:19)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Graeme Revell Primary Artist
Sid Page Violin
Richard Todd French Horn
Mark Gasbarro Piano
Rick Baptist Trumpet
Mari Tsumura Violin
Jacqueline Brand Violin
Denyse Buffum Viola
Darius Campo Violin
Ronald Clark Violin
Luis Conte Percussion
Mathew Cooker Cello
Larry Corbett Cello
Brian Dembow Viola
Joel Derouin Violin
Steve Durnin French Horn
Charles Everett Violin
Stefanie Fife Cello
Michael Fisher Percussion
Ronald Folsom Violin
Juliann French Violin
Berj Garabedian Violin
Terry Glenny Violin
Harris Goldman Violin
Daniel Greco Percussion
Alan Grunfeld Violin
Clayton Haslop Violin
Carrie Holzman-Little Viola
Alan Kaplan Trombone
Peter Kent Violin
Armen Ksadjikian Cello
Michael Markman Violin
Edward Meares Bass
Joe Meyer French Horn
Todd Miller French Horn
John Mitchell J. Clarinet
Jorge Moraga Viola
Dick Nash Trombone
Maria Newman Viola
Bobbi Page Choir Master
Barbara Porter Violin
Karie Prescott Viola
Paul Salvo Trumpet
Bob Sanders Trombone
Harry Shirinian Viola
Robert Shulgold Flute
Tim Simonec Conductor
Jim Sitterly Violin
Kurt Snyder French Horn
David Stenske Viola
Kevan Torfeh Cello
John VanHouten Tuba
Josefina Vergara Violin
Brad Warnaar French Horn
Ian Walker Bass
John Wittenberg Violin
Ken Yerke Violin
John Yoakum Oboe
Shari Zippert Violin
Ezra Kliger Violin
Gayle Levant Harp
John Scanlon Viola
Ann Atkinson Bass
Rick Naill Cello
David Ewart Violin
Diane Muller French Horn
Suzie Katayama Cello
Mike Vaccaro Clarinet
William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach Jr. Trombone
Norm Hughes Violin
Natalie Leggett Violin
Jerry Folsom French Horn
Norman Ludwin Bass
Rafael Rishik Violin
Dana Kelley French Horn
John Lorge French Horn
Frances Liu Wu Bass
Susan Rishik Violin
Gil Romero Violin
Julian Hallmark Violin
Keith Greene Viola
Nathan Campbell French Horn
Cameron Patrick Violin
Mike Einziger Guitar
Richard Rintoul Viola
Pat Johnson Violin
Dan Smith Cello
Jean Sudbury Violin
Shanti Randall Viola
Hollywood Studio Symphony Performing Ensemble
Peter Mandell Bassoon
Robert Matsuda Violin
Becky Bunnell Violin
Kristy Morrell French Horn
Marda Todd Viola
Steve Richards Cello
Brian Kigore Percussion
Mark Adams French Horn
Bob Zimmitti Percussion
Alex Iles Trombone
Donald Ferrone Bass
Kenneth Kugler Trombone
Marc Sazer Violin
Karen Jones Violin
Razdan Kuyumjian Violin
Matthew Funes Viola
Mike Eizinger Guitar
Raymond Tischer Viola
M.B. Gordy Percussion
Technical Credits
Mark Curry Engineer
Graeme Revell Composer, Producer
John Rodd Engineer
Tim Simonec Orchestration
Bill Talbott Engineer
Robert Townson Executive Producer
David Russo Programming
Tom Steel Stage Crew
Erick Labson Mastering
Tom Cavanaugh Music Business Affairs
Michael Knobloch Score Supervisor
Debbi Datz Pyle Scoring Assistant
Damon Tedesco Stage Crew
Debbi Datz-Pyle Scoring Assistant
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Average Rating 2.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Music without fear

    Daredevil the score brings a variety of things to the table. Although the score does not fly as high as the new superman blockbuster, I think it contains something a little more unique and, in some senses better. The Daredevil Theme brings to life the darkness and the inner turmoil of Matt Murdock while giving the audience that well-loved superhero edge. This composer also brings to life some very melancholy songs such as Young Matt's Father. Overall, this soundtrack getts a 3 out of 5 from me.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A wasted opportunity!

    Graeme Revell's score for Fox's Daredevil is a major disappointment. The film was mediocre, so I guess I shouldn't have expected much from the score. After all, the bulk of the film's music was from various artists. Anyway, the first track, "Daredevil Theme", holds your attention for about roughly 2 minutes before you feel compelled to flick on to the nexr one. "Young Matt's Father" is a nicely done piece of music but is butchered to death by being reused time and time again. "Matt Becomes Daredevil" is the second best track of the score and builds upon the theme established in the first track. "The Kingpin" is a fairly mediocre piece - it is amiable and definantly not the best villian motif yet done. "Elektra" has some nice guitar work; you can easily flick on to "Blind Justice" which starts off very well and ends abominably. "Church Battle" - don't bother listening to it. It is basically weird squeaks for 2 minutes. Anyway that piece in the church steeple was just a rip-off of the end of Batman 1989. The final track, "The Necklace", basically takes all the best motifs from the whole soundtrack and fashions the only re-listenable piece. The ending is seriously anti-climatic to make way for the rock songs.

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