Film Music Gala

Film Music Gala

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by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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Disc 1

  1. Pastorale and Finale
  2. The John Dunbar Theme
  3. The Balcony Scene
  4. Across the Stars
  5. [Exceprt]
  6. The Heart Asks Pleasure First
  7. All I Ask of You
  8. Alfie
  9. Glasgow Love Theme
  10. Overture
  11. Ladies in Lavender
  12. Impossible Opening
  13. Suite
  14. Griet's Theme
  15. Sweets to the Sweet Farewell
  16. Building the Barn

Disc 2

  1. End Title Suite
  2. Main Theme
  3. Theme and Chase
  4. Finale
  5. Suite
  6. Suite
  7. Gonna Fly Now
  8. Fagin in Prison / End Titles
  9. Main Themes
  10. Love Theme
  11. Main Titles
  12. Out of Control
  13. Suite
  14. Eptesicus
  15. Love Theme
  16. Suite

Disc 3

  1. Main Titles
  2. Jack Sparrow
  3. Pelagia's Song
  4. Main Theme
  5. Suite
  6. Mrs. Darcy
  7. Main Theme
  8. Love Scene
  9. Main Theme
  10. Main Theme
  11. Main Theme
  12. Cavatina
  13. Harry in Winter
  14. General Tanz / On the Terrace at Versailles
  15. One Day I'll Fly Away
  16. A Prayer for Peace
  17. End Titles
  18. Suite

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra   Primary Artist,Performing Ensemble
Mitch Dalton   Guitar
Philippa Davies   Alto Flute
Paul Keogh   Guitar
Nic Raine   Conductor
Gareth Williams   Mandolin,Recorder
Ian Laws   Guitar
Rolf Wilson   Violin
Paul Bateman   Piano,Conductor
Steve Lockwood   Harmonica
Andy Vinter   Piano
Debbie Wiseman   Conductor
Oliver Lewis   Violin
Richard Addison   Alto Saxophone
Brian Thomson   Trumpet
Nigel Hess   Conductor
Tolga Kashif   Conductor
David Arnold   Conductor
Christopher Austin   Conductor
Tim Gill   Cello
Petr Dreser   Accordion

Technical Credits

Maurice Jarre   Arranger,Composer,Orchestration
Andrew Lloyd Webber   Composer
Nino Rota   Composer
Michael Nyman   Composer
Elmer Bernstein   Arranger,Composer,Orchestration
James Newton Howard   Composer
Joe Sample   Composer
Burt Bacharach   Composer
Mike Batt   Composer
Richard Rodney Bennett   Composer
Bill Conti   Composer
Nicholas Dodd   Arranger,Orchestration
Ron Goodwin   Composer
John Barry   Composer
Craig Armstrong   Composer
George Fenton   Arranger,Composer,Orchestration
Charles Hart   Composer
Nick Ingman   Orchestration
Will Jennings   Composer
John Langley   Orchestration
Stanley Myers   Composer
Thomas Newman   Composer
Vangelis   Composer
Rachel Portman   Composer
Nic Raine   Arranger,Orchestration
Gareth Williams   Producer
Hans Zimmer   Composer
Patrick Doyle   Composer
Jan A.P. Kaczmarek   Composer
Geoffrey Alexander   Arranger,Orchestration
Mike Townend   Arranger,Orchestration
Emilie A. Bernstein   Arranger,Orchestration
Lawrence Ashmore   Arranger,Orchestration
Paul Bateman   Arranger,Orchestration
Damon Intrabartolo   Orchestration
Stephen Warbeck   Composer
Debbie Wiseman   Composer
Jeremy Sams   Composer
Tan Dun   Composer
John Ottman   Composer
James Fitzpatrick   Producer
Klaus Badelt   Composer
Christopher Tin   Arranger,Orchestration
Alexandre Desplat   Composer
Dario Marianelli   Composer
Benjamin Wallfisch   Orchestration
Julian Nott   Composer
Nigel Hess   Composer
Adam Saunders   Arranger,Orchestration
Peter Moores   Arranger,Orchestration
David Arnold   Arranger,Composer,Orchestration
Matt Hohensee   Orchestration
Christopher Austin   Arranger,Orchestration
John Williams   Composer,Additional Music
Gary Thomas   Engineer
Christopher Palmer   Arranger,Orchestration
Pat Russ   Arranger,Orchestration

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Film Music Gala 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
lollidamaAC More than 1 year ago
This multi- disc set boasts a number of unexpected treats one does not normally associate with such a greatest hits survey. Here are just a few examples: Enduring Love (Jeremy Sams); Romeo and Juliet (Craig Armstrong); Ladies In Lavender (Nigel Hess); Wallace and Gromit (Julian Nott); Stage Beauty (George Fenton); Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (Stephen Warbeck), Pride and Prejudice (Dario Marianelli) With the exception of Jaws (hopelessly eviscerated), the arrangements range from good to superb. There are a total of 50 tracks clocking in at 223 minutes. The playing of the RPO, old hands at this type of repertoire, is what one would expect: eloquent and committed. The sonics are lush, airy and precisely detailed. The packaging is adequate. So on balance, worth considering if only for its enterprising approach to programming. Clearly not the greatest film music of all time as it is billed, but still a worthy endeavor.