MOVIE MUSIC UK

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About 'MOVIE MUSIC UK' Channel

Film Score Reviews by Jonathan Broxton since 1997

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LOVE IS A MANY-SPLENDORED THING – Alfred Newman

[...] Chinese percussion intrudes, but the ambiance is restored with an exquisite rendering of the Main Theme on solo violin, which joins in sumptuous interplay with the Courtship Theme. Both of these [...]

THE BIG COUNTRY – Jerome Moross

[...] plans and enhanced the film by fleshing out the emotional drivers of the main characters. His Main Theme has passed into legend and is now regarded as the iconic Americana theme for the old west. We [...]

LILI – Bronislau Kaper

[...] for strings and winds doloroso that serves as a counterweight theme to the ebullience of the Main Theme. We begin in fine style with a score highlight. “Main Title” opens to heraldic celebratory [...]

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA – Maurice Jarre

[...] solo soprano Charlotte Kinder and chorus provides us with the sumptuous beauty of his timeless main theme. The choral ending is superb! Bravo! “Solar Crisis” bombed as a film, yet Jarre& [...]

PENNY DREADFUL – Abel Korzeniowski

[...] . Strings dominate the proceedings from the outset, with a choppy ostinato ushering in the main title, “Demimonde”, before eventually melting into a gorgeous violin lament in the piece’s second [...]

THIS ISLAND EARTH AND OTHER ALIEN INVASION FILMS – Various Composers

[...] Motif is a rapid-fire construct by trumpets and woodwinds, which is used as flight music. “Main Title” opens the film with portentous fanfare to the Universal International logo, which dissipates [...]

THE BLUE MAX – Jerry Goldsmith

[...] to your collection. Buy the Blue Max soundtrack from the Movie Music UK Store Track Listing: Main Title (2:28) The New Arrival (1:26) A Pretty Medal (1:45) First Blood (2:26) The First Victory (0:43) [...]

BERNARD HERRMANN – Fathers of Film Music, Part 7

[...] groups and Herrmann used them all to great effect. He set the tone for the film with his Main Title, which featured the now famous chilling and driving string ostinato. Herrmann stated that this [...]

SHE-DEMONS/THE ASTOUNDING SHE-MONSTER – Nicholas Carras/Guenther Kauer

[...] International Pictures logo presents and Kauer launches his stunning “Main Title”, a score highlight. We are treated to a bold and jarring rendering of the She-monster Theme, which sounds with [...]

HIGH NOON – Dimitri Tiomkin

[...] countdown to Will and Frank’s confrontation. “Main Title” is a score highlight that features a full rendering of the iconic ballad “Do Not [...]

SUNSET BOULEVARD – Franz Waxman

[...] . Waxman emotes her anguished theme to mark the break. “Joe Walks Out” is a stunning cue and score highlight. It reveals Joe leaving an anguished and desperate Norma who begs him to stay. When he [...]

BATTLE OF NERETVA/THE NAKED AND THE DEAD – Bernard Herrmann

[...] brutal power. Nicely done! “The Road” is simply an outstanding cue and a score highlight. It renders the Heroic Theme as a lamentation; a sad marcia funebre [...]

FURY – Steven Price

[...] Original Review by Jonathan Broxton Fury is a World War II action-drama written and directed by David Ayer, [...]

THE IMITATION GAME – Alexandre Desplat

[...] Original Review by Jonathan Broxton Alan Turing was a British mathematician who was highly influential in the [...]

THE MONKEY KING – Christopher Young

[...] Original Review by Jonathan Broxton In Chinese folklore and mythology, the story of The Monkey King is as [...]

THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING – Jóhann Jóhannsson

[...] Original Review by Jonathan Broxton In the annals of human history, it is likely that Professor Stephen [...]

ALFRED NEWMAN – Fathers of Film Music, Part 3

[...] year, when he earned three Academy Award nominations for “The Cowboy and the Lady”, “The Goldwyn Follies” and “Alexander’s Ragtime Band”, the [...]

VICTOR YOUNG – Fathers of Film Music, Part 8

[...] year end award consideration and so his contract was not renewed. When he received two Academy Award nominations for Breaking The Ice (1939) and Army Girl (1939), studio interest was rekindled and he [...]

MIKLÓS RÓZSA – Fathers of Film Music, Part 6

[...] in 1945 had a year for which composers dream. He was honored with an astounding three Academy Award nominations for The Lost Weekend, A Song To Remember, and lastly, Hitchcock’s Spellbound for which [...]

THE RED SHOES – Brian Easdale

[...] in front of a train. The film was both a commercial and critical success earning five Academy Award nominations, winning two for Best Art Decoration and Best Score. Composer Allan Gray was initially [...]

SUPERGIRL – Jerry Goldsmith

[...] THROWBACK THIRTY Original Review by Jonathan Broxton Supergirl was envisaged as a spin-off, capitalizing on the [...]

THE LAST STARFIGHTER – Craig Safan

[...] THROWBACK THIRTY Original Review by Jonathan Broxton The Last Starfighter was a popular science-fiction adventure [...]

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET – Charles Bernstein

[...] THROWBACK THIRTY Original Review by Jonathan Broxton The world was introduced to the iconic horror movie character [...]

UNDER THE VOLCANO – Alex North

[...] THROWBACK THIRTY Original Review by Jonathan Broxton Under the Volcano is a critically-acclaimed drama based on the [...]

FRANZ WAXMAN – Fathers of Film Music, Part 5

[...] stunning success led Universal Studios to appoint him as Head of Music, where he managed the film scores of their projects, but also continued to write scores. Waxman, however, never saw himself as a [...]

ERICH WOLFGANG KORNGOLD – Fathers of Film Music, Part 2

[...] have it that in the early 1970s RCA Victor released a compilation album of his best film scores. The album was very successful and served to not only rekindle interest in his film [...]

DIMITRI TIOMKIN – Fathers of Film Music, Part 4

[...] and of the highest order. This score is a classic an essential component for lovers of film scores. Nic Raine conducts the City Of Prague Orchestra and Crouch End Festival Chorus THE FALL OF THE [...]

DOCTOR ZHIVAGO – Maurice Jarre

[...] Theme. The rapturous beauty of these five kindred cues offers testimony as to why I love film scores! After resolving to end his affair Yuri is captured on his ride back to Varykino and [...]

INTERSTELLAR – Hans Zimmer

[...] special expanded edition, which is available for digital download only, contains six bonus cues totaling 30 minutes of extra music. The most notable of these are “First Step,” [...]

INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM – John Williams

[...] , which presented a substantially expanded version of the score, as well as a couple of bonus cues on a fifth bonus disc. Although the set is expensive, it’s well worth seeking out. Despite its [...]

RED DAWN – Basil Poledouris

[...] an hour; this expanded release of the score contains and additional 30+ minutes music, some bonus cues and alternate takes, enhanced sound quality, and excellent in-depth liner notes by album [...]

LILI – Bronislau Kaper

[...] of the Main Theme, which concludes with a wondrous orchestral flourish! Bravo! Lastly, the bonus cues offer alternative cue versions that feature different instrumentation or solo piano that is [...]

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LOVE IS A MANY-SPLENDORED THING – Alfred Newman

[...] Chinese percussion intrudes, but the ambiance is restored with an exquisite rendering of the Main Theme on solo violin, which joins in sumptuous interplay with the Courtship Theme. Both of these [...]

THE BIG COUNTRY – Jerome Moross

[...] plans and enhanced the film by fleshing out the emotional drivers of the main characters. His Main Theme has passed into legend and is now regarded as the iconic Americana theme for the old west. We [...]

LILI – Bronislau Kaper

[...] for strings and winds doloroso that serves as a counterweight theme to the ebullience of the Main Theme. We begin in fine style with a score highlight. “Main Title” opens to heraldic celebratory [...]

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA – Maurice Jarre

[...] solo soprano Charlotte Kinder and chorus provides us with the sumptuous beauty of his timeless main theme. The choral ending is superb! Bravo! “Solar Crisis” bombed as a film, yet Jarre& [...]

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