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Silva Screen Records: "The Greatest Themes From The Spaghetti Westerns"


On April 17th, Silva Screen Records will digitally release music from the films of legendary directors Quentin Tarantino and Sergio Leone. The timeless soundtracks by Ennio Morricone, Luis Bacalov, and Riz Ortolani depict the iconic landscape of music, sounds and themes that defined an era.

Having left an undeniable mark on popular culture, the dramatic portrayals of America’s colourful past remain a cinematic staple, with the music so embedded in the genre that even a simple twang conjures the image of tumbleweeds rolling across the dry plains of the Wild Wild West. The album features music from A Fist Full of Dollars, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Once Upon A Time in the West, For a Few Dollars More, Django Unchained.

The Greatest Themes From The Spaghetti Westerns is performed by London Music Works, Silva Screen’s own ensemble in residence for the past 12 years. Recording more than 30 albums for Silva Screen Records, London Music Works has excelled in inspired re-creations of iconic film and TV scores as well as in recording series of newly composed music (Re:Scored, The Nativity & the Silva Screen Originals series).

The press comments on London Music Works previous recordings: “London Music Works does a really incredible job of capturing the essence of what the music is… all really well put together and often sounds stunning.” - The Flickcast

“They completely blow the brains out and invite you to enter the world of lush strings and the exuberant mix of guitars and electronic percussion sounds.” - ScoreTrack.net

"What London Music Works has done with The Nativity is nothing short of breathtaking" - Review Graveyard.

“This (Music From How To Train Your Dragon) compilation has been thoroughly researched by someone at Silva Screen Records who not only loves Powell's music, but also has an incredible ear for structuring a compilation album. This flows incredibly well, with one track seamlessly following on from the next as though they were originally designed to work this way." - Sci-Fi Online 10/10 [Visit http://www.silvascreenusa.com]
 
Jeremy [Six Strings]

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