Tudors [Original Television Soundtrack]

The Tudors [Original Television Soundtrack]

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by Trevor Morris

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Varese Sarabande


  1. The Tudors Main Title Theme
  2. Murder In Urbino
  3. Pleasured Distractions
  4. Pathetic Fallacy
  5. Henry Meets Anne Boelyn
  6. Cardinal Wolsey's Secrets
  7. An Historic Love
  8. More's Love Of A King
  9. Visions Of A Great Ruler
  10. Fun And Games
  11. Jousting
  12. Mixed Messages From Anne
  13. Whispers & Confessions
  14. The Passion Of King Henry
  15. Buckingham Plots For Murder
  16. The War Room
  17. A Queen's Loneliness
  18. To Love A Country
  19. The Sweating Sickness Arrives
  20. Hallucinations
  21. A Country At Death's Door
  22. England Reborn
  23. Behold The Great King Of England
  24. Wolsey Arrested For Treason
  25. Wolsey Commits Suicide / Finale

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Tudors [Original Television Soundtrack] 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
misstoni007 More than 1 year ago
Who doesn't love The Tudors? Seeing Henry the 8th on the small screen week after week just about makes me swoon. Everything about this show is pitch perfect and could not have assembled a better cast. That being said, the music is by far one of the best scores that I have come across. The music takes you back in time and you are right there with King Henry and Queen Catherine and Anne Boylen. If you appreciate good classical music, then you will not be disappointed by this soundtrack.
bobbyrobert More than 1 year ago
This score is considered acceptable for the First Season but Season 3 was the best of all the Tudors.
leaves320 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the entrancement of the opening credits with the first track on the disc. Only a few tracks support and keep to the first original sound. I was a little disappointed due to the expectations from the first track to the diassociated music that became the general interest within the rest of the disc. If you get this disc for the music from the opening credits, it is a must. I enjoy the series, but the soundtrack is less appealing.
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