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Doctor Who: Ghostlight - Remastered & Expanded

Doctor Who: Ghostlight - Remastered & Expanded

Silva Screen

Release Date: August 26, 2013

Format: CD

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1. Doctor Who (Opening Theme) (Ron Grainer) 0:55
2. The Madhouse 3:53
3. Redvers, I Presume? 0:44
4. Uncharted Territory 1:42
5. Heart of the Interior 2:20
6. Gwendoline 0:23
7. The Fang of a Cave Bear 0:19
8. Enter Josiah 0:30
9. Indoor Lightning 1:40
10. Nimrod Observed 1:03
11. Time to Emerge 1:25
12. Burnt Toast 1:42
13. Ace's Adventures Underground 4:38
14. Where Is Mamma? 0:44
15. Loss of Control 3:35
16. The Way to the Zoo 1:55
17. The Hungry Inspector 0:34
18. The Memory Teller 1:52
19. Lighting the Touchpaper 1:12
20. Homo Victorianus Ineptus 1:21
21. Out of the Shadows 4:04
22. Light Enlightened 1:58
23. Tropic of Perivale 2:17
24. Tricks of the Light 4:32
25. Judgement In Stone 2:21
26. Requiem 5:05
27. Passing Thoughts 1:25
28. Doctor Who (Closing Theme) (Ron Grainer) 1:18
29. The Madhouse (Alternative) 3:46
30. ALTERNATIVES: Redvers, I Presume? 0:26
31. Uncharted Territory 1:37
32. Heart of the Interior 2:19
33. Gwendoline 0:22
34. The Fang of a Cave Bear 0:19
35. Enter Josiah 0:30
36. Indoor Lightning 1:39
37. Nimrod Observed 1:03
38. Time to Emerge 1:08
39. Burnt Toast 1:36
40. Ace's Adventures Underground 1:31
  Total Album Time: 71:43

From the Manufacturer

Mark Ayres' dark and mysterious synth score to Marc Platt's 3-part TV series with Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor.

Originally released on Silva Screen Records in 1993, in this new version Ghost Light is freshly re-mastered from the original analogue stereo master tapes with consecutive cues combined into longer tracks. Also included are additional tracks previously omitted and the complete initial "demo" version of the music for Part One. The album presents the score in story order.

Though the score features small themes and motifs, the musical narrative relies on "sounds" rather than "themes." The composer juxtaposes the tender sound of strings, harp, clarinet with native drums and unearthly sounds of pipes, distorted gong, organ and choir.

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