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Merlin's Apprentice

Merlin's Apprentice

Limited Edition of 500 Copies
KeepMoving Records (KMRCD 021)

Release Date: 2005

Format: CD

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Track Listing

1. Main Title / I Must Have Answers 3:28
2. The Meaning Of Camelot 2:12
3. Rats Like You 0:37
4. Thieves Are The Worst Kind 2:10
5. Jack Escapes The Square 1:15
6. Grail Will Not Return 1:36
7. The Grail Appears 1:46
8. Replant The Dream 1:52
9. The Heart Of Camelot 2:02
10. Lost Ring Found 1:33
11. They Don't Knight Women 1:48
12. I've Sworn An Oath 1:04
13. Test Of Your Willings 1:25
14. Camelot's Last Hope 0:55
15. Future Of Camelot 1:53
16. Foul Love 2:52
17. Redemption 0:59
18. Honor Not Glory 1:25
19. Flashback To Lawrence Young Arthur 2:20
20. Show Me 0:46
21. Merlin's Son 2:37
22. We Have Magic To Do 1:27
23. You're My Son 1:13
24. Finding Strength 1:38
25. Death Of A Father 2:16
26. Come Away With Me 0:46
27. Weston Bonds With Jack 3:43
28. Jack Drowns His Guilt 2:41
29. Jack's Underwater Vision 1:05
30. Graham Defends Camelot 1:43
31. Lovers' Kiss 1:50
32. The Lady Returns 0:49
33. A Proposal Refused 1:34
34. Brianna's Deceit 4:10
35. Invitation To The Dark Side 1:19
36. Graham's Farewell 2:07
37. In The Service Of Weston / The Grail Revealed 2:38
38. Stain Be Gone 1:09
39. Rauskaug's Revenge 1:05
40. Madness Undone 2:50
41. Bulding New Camelot 2:11
42. Land Of The Dead 2:19
43. End Credits 2:04
  Total Album Time: 79:12

From the Manufacturer

Directed by David Wu, the series features original music by Canadian composer Lawrence Shragge. The director/composer duo's other credits include Snow Queen, Webs, Son of the Dragon and Iron Road. Shragge's music combines live musicians (strings, all solo instruments) with a simulated orchestra in order to bring the audience innocence, wonder and magic from this post-Arthurian adventure.

Featuring brand new themes for major characters and a haunting composition for the Grail itself, KeepMoving Records' new CD collects together the best cues from the two part mini-series with a special focus on highlighting the live musicians who participated in the score. Liner notes by Gergely Hubai discuss the series, the score and the collaborations of David Wu and Lawrence Shragge based a new interview with the composer.

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