Music by Francisco Tárrega

Francisco Tárrega Here's some new sheet music for Guitar including 2 pieces by Francisco Tárrega (1852-1909), often considered to be the "Father of Classical Guitar". The other 2 pieces are by Luis Narváez and "Anonymous" and all the works include midi & mp3 files in addition to PDF Sheet Music:

Dunkirk by Hans Zimmer

Hans Zimmer Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk is an overwhelming, extraordinary filmmaking achievement. Hans Zimmer's score works superbly within the movie creating an astonishing wall of noise in conjunction with the sound effects, though as a standalone experience the music hardly makes for a casual listen. More...

Brian Tyler: The Mummy

Brian Tyler Whatever you think of the movie, The Mummy's music score by Brian Tyler really benefits being separated from the noisy aural gloop. As a standalone score this not only displays Tyler's trademark 'big' sound but also that he has a strong handle on musical subtlety, seeing the Dark Universe series off to a fine musical start. More...

Mozart's Horn Concerto No.4

Mozart portrait Mozart's 4th Horn Concerto is his most famous, particularly the 3rd movement "Rondo" which will remind listeners that today's orchestral french horn was developed from hunting horns. The main theme uses intervals similar to hunting horns while the tempo and rhythm are reminiscent of a gallop. These links provide the sheet music (with all parts) plus mp3 and midi files for this 3rd movement in two different versions:

A Cure for Wellness by B. Wallfisch

Benjamin Wallfisch A Cure for Wellness from director Gore Verbinski is a mash-up of every lunatic asylum movie ever made. But composer Benjamin Wallfisch has put a lot of thought into the score, using both melodic and harmonic constructs to engross the listener in a captivating, Gothic soundscape. More...

Jackie by Mica Levi

Mica Levi As with her previous film, Mica Levi's score for Jackie truly gets Under the Skin in remarkably effective ways. For unconventional movies like this, Levi is clearly able to think outside of the box and the result is experimental yet bold and fresh. More...

La La Land by Justin Hurwitz et al.

Justin Hurwitz La La Land is a full-blooded dramatic experience that interweaves exceptional songs and melodies to fill cinemagoers with a profound happiness. It's that rarest of soundtracks capable of appealing to both cine-literate score fans and casual listeners alike. More...

Die Hard by Michael Kamen

Michael Kamen Die Hard is the ultimate Christmas Movie which then went on to spawn a franchise. Composer Michael Kamen provides much more than a typical action score for the film, helping to support the characters involved and then effortlessly picking up and rolling with the movie's humour. More...

The Light Between Oceans - A. Desplat

Alexandre Desplat The Light Between Oceans is the story of a married couple whose lives are turned upside down by a single, life-changing decision. Alexandre Desplat's score for the film is beautifully nuanced and intelligently constructed, taking the listener on a clearly defined journey from romance through heartbreak and despair to eventual salvation. More...

The Witch by Mark Korven

Mark Korven Indie hit The Witch started out on the Festival circuit before going on to terrify the entire world. Completing the film's transporting and engrossing atmosphere is the truly unsettling score from Canadian instrumentalist and singer/songwriter Mark Korven. Happy Halloween! More...

The Red Turtle by Laurent Perez del Mar

Laurent Perez del Mar It's a rare pleasure when one discovers a stunning score from a relatively unknown composer. The Red Turtle is that score, the sort of lushly thematic and orchestrally robust treat that earmarks Laurent Perez Del Mar as a serious talent to watch. This album is highly recommended. More...

Giacchino: War for the Planet of the Apes

Michael Giacchino It's astonishing to see the status that Michael Giacchino now commands in Hollywood. He is a bastion of robust thematic integrity and powerful melody and orchestration. War for the Planet of the Apes is another tremendous score on that journey, intelligently scored, gritty and emotional in the manner of the old masters. More...

Sergei Rachmaninoff - G minor Prelude

Sergei Rachmaninoff Sergei Rachmaninoff was a Russian born composer and pianist who later settled in the US. Among his works for piano solo are a total of 24 preludes one in each major and minor key. Here is the G minor prelude Op.23 No.5 in a variety of formats:

Get Out by Michael Abels

Michael Abels Get Out is a complex, demanding film needing an equally complex score, that's both in on the satire and capable of scaring the listener senseless. Michael Abels' score is one of the most varied, unusual and inventive horror soundtracks of recent years, drawing on a host of musical styles and tones and fusing them all together superbly. More...

Elle by Anne Dudley

Anne Dudley Given the formidable legacy (from Poledouris to Goldsmith) of strong scores for Paul Verhoeven movies, Anne Dudley's score for Elle has a lot to life up to. Yet her score for Elle is another firm indication that she is one of film music's finest orchestral storytellers. More...

Michel Legrand at 85

Michel Legrand The composer Michel Legrand shows little sign of slowing down, and will give 85 concerts in 2017 to mark his 85th birthday. John Caps touches upon some interesting anecdotes in Legrand's career from his time studying with Nadia Boulanger, through his Jazz influences to some highly distinctive film scores. More...

With film composer David Amram

David Amram Iconic film composer David Amram is an 86 year old power house classical, jazz, and motion picture composer and among the last of a remarkable breed. In this article film historian Steve Vertlieb shares his experience of meeting up with the legendary composer. More...

Nocturnal Animals by Abel Korzeniowki

Abel Korzeniowki Director Tom Ford's wickedly devious Nocturnal Animals is the ideal canvas on which composer Abel Korzeniowski can paint. His soundtrack conceals sly nuances that embellish the film's narrative, making it one of 2016's most accomplished and successful film scores. Highly recommended! More...

Fantastic Beasts by James N. Howard

James Newton Howard The Harry Potter series has already featured a who's-who of film composers, from John Williams to Patrick Doyle through Nicholas Hooper and Alexandre Desplat. With Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, James Newton Howard honours that legacy but also establishes a charming sense of tonal whimsy and enchantment clad in his own distinct style. More...

Pete's Dragon by Daniel Hart

Daniel Hart With Pete's Dragon, violinist and composer Daniel Hart got his big break and seized the opportunity with both hands. While retaining his own distinctive air of bluegrass and folk, he has also demonstrated a stunning ability to let rip with an orchestra. Pete's Dragon is one of the best scores of 2016 and Hart will surely secure further film projects in future. More...

Laurence Rosenthal 90th birthday toast

Laurence Rosenthal As he approaches his 90th birthday, we celebrate the remarkable career of Laurence Rosenthal. John Caps pays tribute to the composer's multifaceted career in the realms of film, television, theater, and concert music resulting in an ASCAP Life in Music Award, two Oscar nominations, Golden Globe nods and a bunch of Emmy wins. More...

The Neon Demon by Cliff Martinez

Cliff Martinez Director Refn's eccentric and surrealistic approach on The Neon Demon offers bountiful opportunity for composer Cliff Martinez to craft a striking and rich soundscape in his music. The result is a unique and beautifully crafted tapestry that makes for one of the most singular soundtrack experiences of 2016. More...

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