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Sherlock (Soundtrack from the TV series)

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This collection offers nearly an hour of original score music selected from the first three series of the Benedict Cumberbatch BBC show Sherlock. Composed by David Arnold and Michael Price, produced and arranged by Dominik Hauser, and performed by Meridian Studio Ensemble, the electro-orchestral instrumentation updates Baroque chamber music much like the show updates the legendary sleuth. Atmospheric, wordless female vocals call on a few of the tracks, such as "The East Wind" from His Last Vow, and the drum kit-fortified opening theme is included.


Born: 23 January 1962 in Luton, Bedfordshire, England

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Film composer David Arnold seems to have risen to prominence with unnerving swiftness, but this is in fact an illusion, as Arnold spent many years paying his dues by writing scores for English television and documentary film projects, many of them produced or directed by his lifelong friend Danny Cannon. In between times, Arnold tried out for the Clash and the Waterboys, but failed to get the gigs. Cannon made the move to feature directing with the 1993 film The Young Americans, tapping Arnold to...
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