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Posted By : Finnwake | Date : 17 Sep 2021 22:51:32 | Comments : 2 |

Patrick Doyle : Henry V (1989 Soundtrack) - City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra - cond. Simon Rattle
Unknown Rip | APE tracks (No Cue+No Log) | Complete Scans | 59 min. | 256 MB
20th Century Music | Orchestral Music | Choral Music | Language: English | Emi CDC 7 49919 2| 1989

It's a Finnwake personal rip (september 2010): 1 zip file with the 15 tracks on ape files (compressed from the original wave files), plus the booklet (in English), front and back color covers.



Patrick Doyle is a classically trained and internationally respected film composer, who has worked with many of modern cinema's most prolific film directors. Born in 1953, outside Glasgow, Doyle benefited from a very musical upbringing. He studied music at The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and graduated in 1975. He is a now a Fellow of the RSAMD. His first score was written in 1978, and subsequently he has written the music for a host of radio, television, theatre and film productions.In 1987, Patrick joined the Renaissance Theatre Company as composer and musical director. During this time he completed a world tour of a host of productions for high profile directors such as Derek Jacobi, Geraldine McEwan and Judi Dench. In 1989 director Kenneth Branagh commissioned him to write the film score for the Renaissance Film Company production of 'Henry V'. The song "Non Nobis Domine", from the film, was awarded the 1989 Ivor Novello Award for Best Film Theme. In 1990, HRH The Prince of Wales commissioned Patrick to write "The Thistle and The Rose", a song cycle for full choir, in honour of the Queen Mother's 90th birthday. During that year he also wrote the music for a Disney feature "Shipwrecked". In 1991, he wrote the golden globe nominated score for the Paramount blockbuster "Dead Again" directed by Kenneth Branagh, with whom he has continued to work on a number of highly successful productions: 'Frankenstein' (starring Robert De Niro), the Samuel Goldywn & Renaissance Film 'Much Ado About Nothing', the musical, 'Love's Labour's Lost' and the four-hour epic adaptation of 'Hamlet', for which his score was nominated for an Oscar.

Other biographical details : http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0236462/bio

On this soundtrack : http://www.filmtracks.com/titles/henry_v.html

Track List:

Henry V (1989)
Music composed by Patrick Doyle (1953)
Orchestrations by Lawrence Ashmore

1. Opening Title - "O! for a Muse of fire" (03:37)
2. Henry V Theme - The Boar's Head (02:48)
3. The Three Traitors (02:04)
4. "Now, Lords, for France!" (02:44)
5. The Death of Falstaff (01:58)
6. "Once more unto the breach" (03:47)
7. The Threat To The Governor of Harfleur - Katherine of France - The March To Calais (05:54)
8. The Death of Bardolph (02:25)
9. "Upon the King" (04:52)
10. St Crispin's Day - The Battle of Agincourt (14:15)
11. "The day is yours" (02:37)
12. "Non nobis, Domine" (04:12) *
13. The Wooing of Katherine (02:26)
14. "Let this acceptance take" (02:54)
15. End Title (02:35) *

Total Duration: 59'08"

* Patrick Doyle, baritone
Stephen Hill Singers (dir. Stephen Hill) and the Members of the Renaissance Theatre Company

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Simon Rattle





Posted By: wimpel69 Date: 18 Sep 2021 17:44:41
"Patrick Doyle is a classically trained" - as a singer and pianist, NOT as a composer. In the latter capacity his technical credential were severely limited when he composed HENRY V, but have of course increased with time and experience. In 1989, however, he relied totally on orchestrator LAWRENCE ASHMORE, a seasoned craftsman adept at getting the music of half-professional composers off the ground (Michael J. Lewis!).
Posted By: Finnwake Date: 19 Sep 2021 07:35:20
The short Doyle biography was taken from the Imdb. I'm agree with you, the orchestrator Ashmore, in Doyle works, is very important (like other film composers, specially Americans). Doyle is a very good theme composer, but the technique, in early Branagh films, is Ashmore's.
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