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Sherlock: Music from Series 3 (Original Television Soundtrack)

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Three seasons on, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss’ playful BBC reinvention of Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary Victorian detective has become an international sensation. But while Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman have garnered much acclaim for their quirky contemporary takes on Holmes and Watson, the muscular musical contributions of composers David Arnold and Michael Price are responsible for much of the show’s nervy edge and frequently off-camber emotional aura. Anchored by the driving club beats of “How It Was Done” (which interpolates their memorable waltz of a main theme as screaming metal guitar riff), Arnold and Price use the season’s unlikely developments to infuse their often-dark electro-organic musical tapestry with eclectic new colors and dry wit. The aggressive “John Is Quite a Guy” even manages to channel the show’s instant-classic theme into Led Zep-“Kashmir” territory with tongue (presumably) in cheek, while a melancholy solo violin offers up a traditional “Waltz for John and Mary” that Doyle himself might have enjoyed.

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Ridiculously Excited!!

The score of this season has surpassed those of the other two, and the others were incredible as well. Really happy and waiting not-so-patiently for this to come out =]


Sherlock is one amazing show. I have the first two soundtracks, and according to the previews, they just keep getting better and better (along with the show)!


Again David Arnold and Michael Price create a score that not only enhances the writing and the acting, but they do so in a way that adds additional layers and depths. "Addicted to a Certain Lifestyle" continues to slay me as it is so full of the confusion and despair that John is feeling when he realizes nothing is what he thought it was ...not even his own needs.


Born: January 23, 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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