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4th April

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28th March

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21st March

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  • Dustin O'Halloran & Volker Bertelmann: The Unveiling, The Current War
  • Clint Mansell: re-rener, with rabble, Happy New Year Colin Burstead
  • Steve Jablonsky: Ray Garrison, Bloodshot
  • Carter Burwell: The Good Liar
  • Michael Giacchino: Jojo's Theme, Jojo Rabbit
  • Christophe Beck: Epilogue, Frozen 2
  • Hector Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique, 2nd movement, un bal, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, con: Sir Thomas Beacham
  • Sergei Prokofiev: The Battle on Ice, Alexander Nevsky
  • Gustavo Santaolalla: Amores Perros theme
  • David Buckley: Just a Fox, Arctic Dogs

  • 14th March

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  • Friedrich Hollander: Illusions, vocals: Marlene Dietrich, A Foreign Affair
  • Gregoire Hetzel: Tribute to Tristan und Isolde, Oh Mercy!
  • Clifford Ward: Home Songs From Abroad, The Military Wives Choir, Military Wives
  • Miles Davis: Lift to the Scaffold
  • Pascal Gaigne: The Endless Trench
  • Pascual Reyes: El Ultimo Ring, El Cesar
  • Tamta Mandzulashvilli, Ra Lamazia Tusheti, And Then We Danced
  • Jean-Michel Blais, Le Lac, Matthias & Maxime
  • Piotr Tchaikovsky: The Waltz of the Flowers, Philadelphia Orchestra, con: Leopold Stokowski
  • Mike Oldfield: Tubular Bells, The Exorcist

  • 7th March

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  • Frederick Hollander and Frank Loesser: The Boys in the Back Room, vocals: Marlene Dietrich, Destry Rides Again
  • Marcelo Zarvos: Dark Waters
  • Charles Aznavour: Emmenez-Moi
  • Foltin: Milice
  • Benny ANderson & Bjorn Ulvaeus: Fernando, The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus
  • Anne Sophie Versnaeyen: Les Corps de Metiers, Chambord
  • Ira Gershwin & Harold Arlen: The Man That Got Away, vocals: Judy Garland, A Star is Born
  • Joe Hisaishi: Ashitaka and San, Princess Mononoke

  • 29th February

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  • Ludwig Van Beethoven: Piano Sonata no. 14, p: Daniel Barenboim
  • Greg J Walker: The Curse Lifted, Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears
  • Benjamin Wallfisch: Denouement, The Invisible Man
  • Alex Somers: A Violent Act, Honey Boy
  • Bob Cobert: Quentin's Theme, Dark Shadows, p: Mark Northam
  • Daniel Pemberton: Motherless Brooklyn
  • Nathan Johnson: Blanc's Tale pt. 2, Knives Out
  • Georges Delerue: Valzer del Conformista, The Conformist
  • Alberto Iglesias: Claqeta Final, Pain and Glory
  • Michael Giacchino: Spider-Man Far From Home Suite

  • 22nd February

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  • Armando Trovajoli: O Cielo Ce Manna Sto Cose, Marriage Italian Style, vocals: Fred Bongusto
  • Bear McCreary: The Professor and the Madman
  • Irving Berlin: Cheek to Cheek, Vocals: Fred Astaire
  • Angelo Badalementi: The Love Theme, Mulholland Drive
  • Roy Budd: Get Carter
  • Greg J Walker: All of You, Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears
  • Tom Howe: A SHaun the SHeep Movie: Farmageddon
  • John Powell: Call of the WIld
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 Molto vivace, Berliner Phiharmoniker, cond: Herbert von Karajan
  • The Newton Brothers: We Go On, Doctor Sleep

  • 15th February

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  • Alessandro Cicognini: Shoeshine
  • Jung Jaeil: The Belt of Faith, Parasite
  • Isobel Waller-Bridge: Emma
  • Bear McCreary: Your Fantasy Begins Now, Fantasy Island
  • Tom Holkenborg: Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Michael Kamen: No Following, The Iron Giant
  • Marco Beltrami: Team Player, Ford v Ferrari
  • James Edward Barker: Road to Margie, Lean on Pete
  • Sergei Rachmaninov: Piano COncerto no. 2 1. Moderato, London Symphony Orchestra, con: Georg Solti piano: Julius Katchen

  • 8th February

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  • Britten, Benjamin: Death in Venice, Op.88. James Bowman, alto., John Shirley-Quirk, bar., Peter Pears, ten. English CO, English Opera Group Ensemble/Steuart Bedford.


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