The Wicker Tree
Silva Screen (SILCD1374)
Release Date: July 10, 2012
Conducted by John Scott
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
|Disc 1: Score by John Scott|
|6.||Drive To The Inn||2:48|
|7.||May Queen's Dress||2:30|
|9.||Minerva Of The River||3:55|
|11.||Lolly In Love||1:00|
|12.||Beth And Steve||3:42|
|13.||Son Of A Bitch Cowboy||1:33|
|14.||Butler And Cat||1:57|
|16.||Morning Of The Sacrifice||2:08|
|18.||Hunt The Laddie||5:10|
|19.||Preparing The May Queen||2:07|
|20.||Arrival At The Castle||0:57|
|21.||The Laddie's Throne||1:52|
|24.||Death Of Lachlan||3:58|
|25.||Wicker Tree Burns||1:00|
|26.||Take Me To Heaven||2:16|
|Disc 2: Songs by Keith Easdale|
|1.||The Wicker Tree Song||2:07|
|2.||I Know Where I'm Going||2:22|
|5.||Trailer Trash Love||2:45|
|6.||The Braes Of Balquhidder||1:49|
|7.||The Fruity Song||2:25|
|8.||Power In The Blood||2:07|
|9.||Time's Passing Frame||2:02|
|10.||The Wicker Tree Song||2:07|
|Total Album Time:||85:35|
The story of two devout Christians who become enmeshed in the strange ways of a Scottish community, the music and songs are once more a driving force of the film's story, much like its predecessor John Scott's music career extends to over sixty years of writing and composing.
As an arranger, conductor and musician his work appears on many classic 1960s hits, not least playing flute on The Beatles' You've Got To Hide Your Love Away and lead sax on Goldfinger.
He is a celebrated classical composer and has conducted many of the world's leading orchestras including The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra who perform The Wicker Tree score.
Traditional Scottish artist and composer, Keith Easdale, provides songs that propel the story and he was present throughout the production to supervise the music which has been described as the spine of the film.
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