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Doctor Who Original Music from Series 3

SILVA SCREEN MUSIC

Doctor Who Original Music from Series 3

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  • Doctor Who Original Music from Series 3 by Sci-Fi Channel, The (2008-01-22)
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Only Sad part is that a certain Track is missingRead all the other great reviews for this album, because it is spectacular. I only wish one track hadn't been excluded. We get the rendition of "Abide with Me" from the Gridlock Episode, but we're missing the even better arrangement of "The Old Rugged Cross" that's in the same episode. This coming from an atheist mind you... Religion aside, most can agree the church as provided some excellent inspiration for music and has been a muse for composers over the many years and Murray's arrangement of that song and the BBC Wales' Orchestra and Choir simply took my BREATH AWAY with that soaring arrangement. No other recording of that song to me as even come CLOSE to what Murray Gold did with his arrangement. Being musically trained myself, I counted no less than twelve choir parts with counterpoint at the crescendo of that number as it swelled. IMPRESSIVE. Sadly, it's not available anywhere I can find, so I'm really disappointed it didn't make the cut onto this album.5Almost great, but not quiteThis compilation of music from Season 3 of the latest incarnation of Doctor Who offers a lot, but not a lot of it offers the best. For example, there is more music from the two part stories "Human Nature" and "Family of Blood" than there is from "Runaway Bride" which to me was a much more exciting and enjoyable story. Additionally, a great deal of music seems to be missing from the three-episode "The Master" arc that concludes the season. But there are some wonderful gems. "This is Gallifrey - Our Childhood, Our Home" is a beautiful, evocative piece that pops up all over the final episodes. But much of the music of The Master's return is either truncated or not the same mix as shown in the episodes. That said, the excerpt of "Yana" does contain some of the most exciting music I've yet encountered in any of the episodes.So, is this a buy worthy soundtrack? Definitely. Does it match the quality of the first release? Not quite. But that shouldn't stop any Who fan.4An epic soundtrack for an epic seriesI've long since been a fan of Doctor Who, both the classic and the modern, and out of all the Doctors, Ten was my favorite. So when CD sets of the music from my favorite era of the show were released, I knew I had to have them. Murray Gold really has a knack for creating unique soundtracks that put the audience in just the right mood for whatever's happening on the show, be it happy, sad, scary, or triumphant. The music really makes the show sound more like a Hollywood movie, rather than just a TV series.On this compilation, some of my favorite tracks include:-"Gridlocked Cassinis" (a quirky, day in the life theme, to accompany the show's funnier moments)-"The Futurekind" (an extremely fast paced, catchy piece of chase music)-and "Donna's Theme" (another calmer, day in the life piece, that gives off the vibe of strolling down fifth avenue)If you're a fan of the show, and/or are a lover of music and movie soundtracks, you definately need to check out this compilation. Murray Gold is, no doubt, the unsung hero of making Doctor Who even more epic than it already is.5Better than I expected.For the recent Doctor Who series, I thought the music was exceptional. This soundtrack does not have the actual TV Show theme carried on from the earlier Doctor Who's but for me that's okay. The themes used in the current series is well done and reprised here on the soudtrack beautifully.I like to collect soundtracks and pull the best mood tunes off and burn them on a CD R. I use these mood CD's to inspire colors when I paint landscapes and sunsets etc.I found that there are suprisingly more unique themes here than I ever thought would be.4More beautiful than the first CDDoctor Who: Series Three, in my opinion, is one of the most beautifully scored television seasons. The fact that it's scored with a full orchestra, like Series One and Two, is truly a treat for the ears; but Mr. Gold's music within Series Three has grown right along with the new series. It's thrilling, bittersweet and poignant.The opening track, 'All the Strange, Strange Creatures,' will sweep you up and make you impatient, to the point of finger drumming, for Series Four!The main reason I bought it was for the music from the final three episodes of Series Three, which is absolutely gorgeous and heart-pounding. 'This is Gallifrey: Our Childhood, Our Home,' is particularly moving, especially in light of how Series Three ended. Mr. Gold's score for our favorite Time Lord's recalling of his lost home planet carries within it all of the mystery and allure that any fan could imagine; and on this soundtrack, it's an extended version, with an almost child-like, fairy-tale refrain in the middle.The waltz-like 'Martha's Theme' and 'Martha Triumphant,' variations of which played throughout Series Three, are beautiful compositions, which capture the personality and presence of Martha perfectly. 'Donna's Theme,' captures the quirkiness of Catherine Tate's character, which we'll be seeing more of in Series Four.Overall, if you liked the soundtrack to Series One and Two, well, you're gonna LOVE this! Mr. Gold has exceeded himself and, in my mind, has cemented himself as one of the great modern composers of (dare I say it?!?) contemporary classical music. Incidental though it may be, there is nothing incidental about it!5Even better than the firstThe reason this soundtrack is impressive is because it completely stands on its own. Here in America, what they call a "soundtrack" tends to be a collection of songs that very often have absolutely nothing to do with the show. It's refreshing to hear this beautifully crafted music; the artist's love for his work is palpable. There is nothing boring or pompous here, as some people might think because of the use of a full classical orchestra. This is lively music that tells a story with notes, and even if you've never seen Doctor Who, you'll be moving your feet to many of these tracks, and be totally moved by others.5SoundtrackI listen to soundtrack's more then any other type of music. It should not be a surprise then when I say I had listened to Doctor Who's soundtracks back in the 1980's too. The show has come a long way since then, These soundtracks today are far (far) better. You won't regret the purchase as you listen to some classical sounding theme one moment about The Runaway Bride and laugh with understanding of how annoying it would have been for you; and then "This Is Galifrey: Our childhood, Our Home" theme will play and if you are like me, remember the original episodes and regret that today's writers killed-off the Timelords (for what reasoning brought them to do that?). If you actually watch the program, today's Doctor Who music will sending you back to a scene and may make you laugh (or some other emotion) -- I cannot say this happened to me when I listened to the original soundtracks of Doctor Who back in the early days. If I had to rate the 80's Doctor Who soundtrack's, it would be, I like it.5The great music is one of the things that distinguishes the new Dr. WhoIn comparing the new Dr. Who to the older series, many people talk about the improvements in the writing, the production values (sets, costumes, etc.), and the overall acting (many of the earlier Doctors were played by good actors, but the same couldn't always be said for many of the other characters). But one area that really is key to what makes the new Dr. Who so good is the music. In the earlier Dr. Who series, the music, apart from the title theme, wasn't very memorable; it was pretty generic TV music. The all changed with the new series, however. Starting with series 1, the music got better. Now, with series 3, it's gotten better still. The series 3 soundtrack is one of the best soundtracks of the year.The music works very well to enhance the series, portaying a range of emotions, helping create a sense of wonder in places, and really setting the whole tone of the series. A few tracks, in particular, are worth calling out:"All the Stange Strange Creatures" establishes both an action pace and at the same time a sense of awe. It works through several variations, using various instruments, and is one of the best pieces on the album."A Dream of a Normal Death" and "The Doctor Forever" also are awe inspiring (the use of human voice in the "The Doctor Forever" is marvelous). They also help capture something in the new Dr. Who that wasn't present in the older shows: a sense of loss, a sense that even a happy ending can have a touch of tragedy about it.This continues on what may be the best track on the album, "This Is Gallifrey: Our Childhood, Our Home," which establishes both a longing as well as a thrilling sense of wonder.Finally, it's worth mentioning the very Danny Elmanesque "The Gridlocked Cassinis" and "Donna's Theme," both of which are quite playful, interjecting a lot of fluffy fun into the album.I could go on. Almost all the tracks are good, and most are quite memorable. As I said earlier, this is one of the best soundtracks of the year.5A must-have for any Whovian. But Beware of Weeping Angels. XDI bought this along with The Original soundtrack for seasons/series 1, 2, and 4 and I love all 3 of them. The music of Murray Gold is bloody fantastic. My favorites on this album include the jazzy, almost Pink Panther-esque "Donna's Theme, The showtune "My Angel Put The Devil in Me" and the romantic dance song "The Stowaway" from the 4th series christmas special, Voyage of the Damned. If you are a fan of Current Who and the 3rd series, you should definately buy this.The CDs came individually shrink-wrapped and were brand-new, with no scratches, and had all their peices. Each came with insert book with music notes by Murray GoldA little warning for Whovians, however. There is a picture of a Weeping Angel on page 13 of the book insert in the CD, and, as some of you will already know, "any image of an angel becomes itself an angel." XD5Purchased for personal useThe work of Murray Gold and the BBC orchestra has provided many classic moment for the Doctor. Having them on disc was a must!5
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