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18th January

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  • Jocelyn Pook: Naval Officer, Eyes Wide Shut
  • Bernard Herrmann: The Rainstorm, Psycho
  • Thomas Newman: Sixteen Hundred Men, 1917
  • Hans Zimmer: The Battle Scene, Gladiator
  • Chris Benstead: Pound of Flesh, The Gentlemen
  • Max Steiner: Casablanca Medley
  • David Hirschfelder: Opening Titles, Ride Like a Girl
  • Scott Bomar: Arrived, Dolemite is My Name
  • Jed Kurzel: The Drop, True History of the Kelly Gang
  • Hildur Gudnadottir: Meet Bruce Wayne, Joker

  • 11th January

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    4th January

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    28th December

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  • Bernard Herrmann: North by Northwest overture
  • Max Richter: To the Stars, Ad Astra
  • Fatima Al Qidiri: Syrat, Atlantics
  • James Horner: End Title Music Star Trek 2 The Wrath of Khan
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber: Gus The Theatre Cat, Ian McKellen, Cats
  • Henry Jackman: Jumanji Suite Jumanji The Next Level
  • Bartok: Music for Strings, Percussion and Celeste, Adagio Berlin Philharmnic Orchestra, con: Herbert von Karajan
  • Baptiste and Pierre Colleu: The Ideal Palace
  • Philippe Sarde: Auguste Rodin, Rodin
  • Jerry Herman: Mame overture

  • 21st December

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  • Franz Schubert: Piano Trio no. 2 in e flat major, Andante con moto, Kungsbacka Piano Trio
  • Steven Price: We Took to the Skies, The Aeronauts
  • Bryce Dessner: Walls, The Two Popes
  • Michael Giacchino: JoJo's Theme, JoJo Rabbit
  • John Williams: Star Wars Rise of Luke Skywalker
  • Dimitri Tiomkin: It's a Wonderful Life
  • Jerry Herman: Hello Dolly! Barbra Streisand and Louis Armstrong
  • Para One: Porttrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Max Richter: To the Stars, Ad Astra

  • 14th December

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  • Nicholas Britell, Agape, If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Scott Walker, Yearning, Vox Lux
  • Jung Jaeil, The Belt of Faith, Parasite
  • Max Richter: Enemy Lines, Never Look Away
  • Jean-Michel Blais: Le Lac, Matthias & Maxime
  • Hildur Gudnadottir: Call Me Joker, Joker
  • Alberto Iglesias: Geografia y anatomia, Pain and Glory
  • Jon Ekstrand: Rabbit Hole Prelude, Queen of Hearts
  • Dan Levy: Fly's Fate, I Lost My Body
  • Bobby Krlic: The House That Harga Built, Midsommar
  • Nicholas Britell: Song of Hal - Concluso in C Minor, The King

  • 7th December

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  • Max Steiner: Gone With the Wind main theme
  • Randy Newman: What I Love About Charlie, Marriage Story
  • Carter Burwell: The Good Liar
  • Modest Mussorgsky: Boris Godounov, Act 4, Scene 2, Introduction: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, con: Herbert von Karajan, bass: Nicolai Ghiaurov
  • Aram Khachaturrian: Gayane Ballet suite, adagio, Leningrad Philharmonic, con: Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
  • Herbie Hancock: Jane's Theme, Blow-Up
  • Blake Neely: With the Old Breed, The Pacific
  • Nicholas Brittel: Succession Suite
  • Andreas Mittsson: Jag vill tillbaka, Stieg Larsson: The Man Who Played with Fire
  • Alberto Iglesias: Epilogo, Julieta

  • 30th November

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  • O Waly Waly, tenor: Peter Pears, arr & piano: Benjamin Britten
  • Evgeni & Sascha Galperine: Coeurs d'enfants, By the Grace of God
  • Nathan Johnson: Blanc's Tale Pt. 2, Knives Out
  • Robbie Robertson: The Irishman Theme
  • Christophe Beck: Epilogue, Frozen 2
  • Dmitry Myachin: Sky Breath, Hermitage: The Power of Art
  • John Williams: Hedwig's Theme, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
  • Nis Frahm: Them, Victoria
  • Martin Phips: The New Queen, The Crown season 3
  • Danny Elfman: The Nightmare Before Christmas end title music
  • Mark Knopfler; Guide my Sword, The Princess Bride

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