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  1. THE FIRST 100 COPIES ARE SIGNED BY JOE KRAEMER! (Check your retailer!) Caldera Records is proud to present the new score for the motion picture “Sunrise” from 1927, directed by F.W. Murnau, featuring music by Joe Kraemer, commissioned by the Dallas Chamber Symphony. Featuring enormous stylized sets in order to create an idealized view of the world, “Sunrise” tells the story of three characters with no real names given. The Man and The Wife had been living happily on their farm until the appearance of The Woman From The City, who seduced the husband prior to the beginning of the story. In order to get rid of the farm that is tying The Man to country life, The Woman From The City convinces him to get rid of The Wife by staging a boating accident. When The Man realizes he is unable to commit the deed, The Wife flees to the City. He follows her and they rediscover their love for each other in the exotic world of the City. In 2016, Joe Kraemer got the chance to prove himself as a masterful composer for silent film when he was commissioned by the Dallas Chamber Orchestra to write an original score for Murnau’s masterpiece. In terms of the overall picture, Kraemer shares his inspirations: “I created themes for each of the major characters and concepts in the film, and then used those themes to carry out the plot of the film. It is a highly programmatic composition. I was influenced by composers like Copland, Gershwin, and Strauss. Additionally, I had just finished a three-week stay in Austria when I began writing the score, and I was very influenced by the culture I experienced in the wonderful town of Baden.” The score had its world premiere, live-to-picture, in Dallas in October 2016, where it was conducted by Richard McKay. It had a second performance in August 2017 in Baden, Austria, where Kraemer himself conducted it live-to-picture with members of the Synchron Symphony Orchestra. A few weeks after the live performance, the orchestra reconvened at the Synchron Stage in Vienna to record selections from the score for this CD release. The 26th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai, an exclusive audio commentary by the composer, and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Joe Kraemer Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Sunrise 1. Sunrise (2:23) 2. The Train Sequence (1:50) 3. The Other Woman (2:15) 4. Whistle (1:52) 5. The Husband Sneaks Away (3:26) 6. The Marsh Sequence and City Song (4:27) 7. Gathering Reeds (2:27) 8. To Bed (2:23) 9. Off to the City (2:16) 10. The Dog Scene (2:47) 11. A Man Posessed (4:34) 12. City Arrival (1:36) 13. Buying Flowers (2:28) 14. The Wedding Scene (3:26) 15. Traffic Jam (2:02) 16. Pictures in a Window (1:19) 17. The Photo Session (2:01) 18. Antics in the Studio (2:41) 19. Night in the City (2:22) 20. Pig on the Loose (3:53) 21. The Dance (2:54) 22. Storm at Seam (4:24) 23. Salvation (4:53) 24. Finale (1:43) Bonus: 25. Audio Commentary by Joe Kraemer (13:09) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/sunrise-joe-kraemer For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/sunrise/gallery/soundtracks/
  2. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “That Good Night” from 2017, directed by Eric Styles, featuring music by Guy Farley. The film, based on the stage play by N.J. Crisp, tells the story of Ralph, a successful writer whose life is full of regrets. With a curious personality that’s both charming and rude, Ralph has built a number of “love him or hate him” relationships over his life – unfortunately, his family seems to fall into the latter group. Now in his seventies and terminally ill, Ralph sets out two goals before entering that good night: he wants to mend his relationship with long-abandoned son Michael and also make sure that he is not a burden to his much younger second wife, Anna. “That Good Night” marks the last screen performance of John Hurt who passed away in January of 2017. Hurt is joined by Charles Dance and Sofia Helin in a stellar cast. The music for “That Good Night” was written by Guy Farley (“Modigliani”, “Maria di Nazaret”). Farley provided an elegant underscore, recorded with a small orchestra of strings, woodwinds, harp, piano, and world instruments such as a Cavaquino, Spanish guitars, an accordion and ethnic percussion which capture the Mediterranean flavour of the Portuguese Algarve, while the chamber orchestra works its magic on the emotional element of the story. The score, one of Farley’s best to date, is filled with memorable themes and motifs that are both uplifting and touching, paying tribute to the character’s struggles and the film’s hopeful message. The 24th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Guy Farley Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke That Good Night 1. That Good Night (2:22) 2. The Horizon (1:41) 3. The Villa (1:57) 4. Reynaldo (2:14) 5. Try Harder (1:28) 6. I Love Portugal (1:16) 7. The Fee (1:49) 8. An Injection (1:36) 9. Call Your Dad (2:05) 10. Terminal (2:37) 11. Birth (3:07) 12. How Soon? (0:54) 13. You’re Despicable! (1:46) 14. John, Michael and Cassie (2:46) 15. Symposium (1:05) 16. His Beloved Rolex (1:21) 17. You Can Be So Nasty (1:22) 18. Trust Me (2:32) 19. October (1:45) 20. We Call it ALS (1:07) 21. A Grandfather! (1:37) 22. Reformed Character (0:55) 23. Death and Poetry (1:28) Bonus: 24. Audio Commentary by Guy Farley (6:45) For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/that-good-night/ For an exclusive 5 min audio clip please visit: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/that-good-night-guy-farley
  3. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “The Italian Key” from 2011, directed by Rosa Karo. The film tells the story of 19-year old Cabella who receives a mysterious key as her only inheritance from her recently deceased uncle. The girl decides to literally unlock the secrets of her past by moving to a run-down villa in Italy. She slowly makes friends with three sisters and also befriends the ghost of a nine-year-old chimney sweeper named Angelo who died in the house long ago. Together with her new friends, Cabella starts to learn more about her mysterious past as she also rediscovers her “joie de vivre”… The music for “The Italian Key“ was written by Tuomas Kantelinen who is also the producer of the film and the husband of its director. Since the film has a vintage look about it is meant to be an old-finished film in many respects, Kantelinen decided to pay tribute to that musically by delivering a romantic score for orchestra, filled with several themes and motifs that describe the characters and their surroundings. Like the film, the music is charming, sunny and optimistic without lacking the depth the subject matter requires. After six years, the music for “The Italian Key” finally receives its well-deserved release as one of the best works of Tuomas Kantelinen. The 21st CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and an elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Tuomas Kantelinen Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke The Italian Key 1. Prologue (4:16) 2. Alexander's Piano (1:45) 3. Chiara's Theme (2:26) 4. Max's Theme (1:49) 5. Beginning (1:35) 6. Everyone's Lost Someone (5:55) 7. Beautiful Gestures (1:28) 8. Sister's Pizzicato (2:30) 9. Angelo's Goodbye (3:31) 10. Mother's Tears (3:05) 11. Twins (4:00) 12. Cabella (1:34) 13. Alexander's Piano Variation (1:45) 14. Daydream Swimming (4:30) 15. Ghost Boy (1:05) 16. How Do You Mend a Broken Heart (1:36) 17. In This Life (1:45) 18. Sunflower Field (3:25) 19. Epilogue (4:17) Listen to a 5 min clip here: For more information please visit our homepage: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/the-italian-key/
  4. Caldera Records is proud to present George Kallis’ original score for the motion picture “The Black Prince” from 2017, directed by Kavi Raz. The films tells the touching and exhilarating story of Maharaja Duleep Singh, the last king of Punjab before its British annexation. After the First Anglo-Sikh War, the king sees himself torn between his own country and England and struggles to regain his own kingdom. The title role of the Maharaja is portrayed by Punjabi poet and singer Satinder Sartaaj who delivers a strong performance in the film that also stars Jason Flemyng and Amanda Root. One of the main stars of the film is the music, composed and conducted by George Kallis who has composed music for over 20 films and Emmy and BAFTA award-winning TV programs. With this colourful and highly entertaining score, highlighting tender moments and fierce action, Kallis delivers one of his strongest efforts to date. The score showcases several memorable themes and leitmotifs, such as a main theme for the Maharaja, a theme for his mother and for his first wife, with several other motifs which portray Punjab and its characteristics. There are delicate elements of ethnic music in the score but with its soaring orchestral concept “The Black Prince” has its own universal language that connects all countries. The music was recorded in Hungary, conducted by the composer himself. The 20th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music composed and conducted by George Kallis Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke The Black Prince 1. Opening Titles (3:19) 2. First Trip to India (2:21) 3. The Painting (3:20) 4. Holland Park (1:59) 5. Mother (3:06) 6. Arur Singh Captured (2:45) 7. No Passage to Punjab (1:24) 8. Back to England (2:17) 9. I Know Your Destiny (2:08) 10. The Prophecy (2:35) 11. The Bird (1:49) 12. Dr. Logan Passes (2:32) 13. First Meeting (3:14) 14. Treason! (2:35) 15. I Am Not a Prince (2:10) 16. Letters Intercepted (1:58) 17. Marriage Proposal (1:27) 18. Travelling to Paris (0:42) 19. Assassination Attempt (2:09) 20. Rest in Peace Bamba (1:46) 21. My Childhood (1:44) 22. The Sword of the Maharaja (2:39) 23. Death and Coronation (3:07) Bonus: 24. Audio Commentary by George Kallis (4:39) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/the-black-prince-george-kallis For more information visit our homepage: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/the-black-prince-2/
  5. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “A Esmorga” from 2014, directed by Ignacio Vilar. Eduardo Blanco Amor’s novel of the same title is one of the most well known books in Galician language, but although it was already written in 1959, it took 55 years until a film based on the book was made in the Galician language with Galician actors. The book and therefore the film tell the story of three struggling men and accompanies them for 24 hours while they roam through the city, visit the pubs and brothels, before they find their tragic end. The film was a major hit with audiences and critics and became the most successful Galician film to date. Now, three years later, Caldera Records pays tribute to its achingly beautiful score by Zeltia Montes. The Spanish composer, who recently made headlines with her score for the documentary “Frágil Equilibrio”, has been very influenced by the music of Arvo Pärt and it clearly shows in this score. The music was written for a piano only to convey a sense of intimacy to the music and therefore the film, performed by Zeltia Montes herself. She delivers three key themes which are not only memorable in themselves but also receive several variations throughout the melancholy, minimalist score which is Montes’ most personal of all her works. It was high time to make this stirringly emotional and tragic score available on CD. The 19th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed by Zeltia Montes Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke A Esmorga 1. Opening Credits A Esmorga (1:50) 2. I Won’t Hurt You (4:56) 3. Dark Object of Desire (3:37) 4. Taking Care of My Love (1:54) 5. Though My Chest Walls Were Burning (3:48) 6. Tribal Call (2:11) 7. Looks that Say It All (2:05) 8. Impossible Love (1:39) 9. Raining in the Bridge and in the Heart) (3:34) 10. Temptation (1:38) 11. When Love Hurts (2:44) 12. As if I Remembered Them From the Other Shore of Death (3:39) 13. Tragic Destiny (4:42) Bonus : 14. Audio Commentary by Zeltia Montes (11:59) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/a-esmorga-zeltia-montes For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/a-esmorga/
  6. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “Adam Resurrected” from 2008, directed by Paul Schrader and starring Jeff Goldblum, Willem Dafoe and Derek Jacobi. Goldblum stars as Adam Stein, a clown who is sent to a concentration camp in WWII. There he meets Commandant Klein, played by Willem Dafoe, whose dog Stein pretends to be by behaving like an animal. After the war, Stein is sent to a mental asylum where he meets a young boy who pretends to be a dog. This encounter brings back old memories for Stein which will haunt him forever. The film is based on a novel by Yoram Kaniuk and was directed by none other than Paul Schrader, the enfant terrible of the New Hollywood and the man behind the scripts for “Taxi Driver” and “Raging Bull”. The music was written by Gabriel Yared who delivered one of his most unusual and daring works and also one of his most satisfying. Yared, who won an Oscar for his work on “The English Patient”, wrote the score for an orchestra but later abandoned the idea to create a score which wouldn’t make the film into a schmaltzy melodrama. Instead, the composer used a solo piano, solo violin, solo guitar and solo cello to come up with the right tone for the film. These instruments are accompanied by electronic textures, bringing back memories of Yared’s earliest scores from the 80s which are developed further here. The French-Libanese musician melts the sorrowful main theme of the film, beautifully played by Bogdan Vacarescu, with sometimes harrowing and sensual electronic counterpoints, fusing score and source music and thus delivering one of his most original and complex works which is deeply touching even outside the film. The music was recorded at Abbey Road in London and is now available for the first time on CD. The 18th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Orchestrated by Gabriel Yared Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Adam Resurrected 1. Main Theme (6:57) 2. Tel Aviv (1:03) 3. Gina (1:46) 4. Adam Gets Bit (1:50) 5. Laughter (2:04) 6. Life and Death (3:08) 7. Adam and Gina on the Rooftop (2:06) 8. Desert (1:23) 9. Wolfie’s Story (1:38) 10. Shooting Rex (2:12) 11. Berlin 1950s (0:55) 12. Stand Up Dog (2:59) 13. Adam and Gina in Bed (2:11) 14. Boy Tries to Stand Up (0:50) 15. At the Graveside (2:48) 16. Adam Hallucinates (3:52) 17. Adam and Davey (1:08) 18. Epilogue (1:29) 19. Haifa Arrival (1:07) 20. Adam’s Idea (2:13) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/adam-resurrected-gabriel-yared For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/adam-resurrected/
  7. C6017 Caldera Records is proud to present the “Guy Farley Film Music Collection”, representing a selection of four soundtracks composed by Guy Farley. Included are “Anthropoid” (2016), “Tula: The Revolt” (2013), “Irish Jam” (2006) and “Dot.com” (2007). No compilation can highlight the versatility of the British composer as well as this one: For “Anthropoid”, Farley wrote a moving choral piece, while “Tula: The Revolt” shows his sure symphonic hand for romantic melodies and aggressive action. “Irish Jam” is a colourful score featuring influences from Irish folklore and “Dot.com” is a lively composition for small orchestra and solo instruments such as guitar and harmonica, portraying the joie de vivre of village life in southern Europe. All four scores are bound together by their catchy melodies and transparent orchestration, making Farley one of the most inspired British musicians who can always be trusted to deliver high-quality work. Caldera has already released three CDs with the Farley's works, “Secret Sharer”, “Maria di Nazaret” and “Modigliani”. This new CD is not only a celebration of our relationship, but also a celebration of great music. As a bonus, we included an exclusive audio commentary by the composer where he talks about his work. The 17th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas with new, exclusive photographs taken by Madeleine Farley. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Guy Farley Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Anthropoid 1. Dulce et Decorum Est (3:35) Tula: The Revolt 2. Theme (1:38) 3. Sign From God (1:28) 4. Fire! (2:36) 5. My Brothers (1:36) 6. Onslaught (3:32) 7. Speranza's Theme (1:35) Irish Jam 8. My Love (2:07) 9. Michael and Maureen (1:28) 10. Cliffs of Ballywood (0:52) 11. Maureen's Story (1:21) 12. Cillian's Gig (1:29) 13. Ivy Leaf (1:58) 14. Morning Dew (2:45) 15. Careful Da (1:04) 16. Longstrom Pony (1:33) 17. Over the Hills (2:16) 18. I Love You Jimmy (1:58) 19. Kathleen Speaks (1:18) 20. The Kiss (0:49) Dot.com 21. Title Theme (2:52) 22. Village Life (1:39) 23. Victor Alone (1:16) 24. The Vote (1:24) 25. Sleep Outside! (1:26) 26. All's Quiet Until... (1:36) 27. Pedro and Elena (2:49) 28. Who Wrote That? (1:33) 29. The Fight (2:20) 30. Village Dance (1:17) 31. Celebrations (1:15) 32. All's Well That Ends Well (1:54) 33. Peace At Last (2:48) Bonus 34. Audio Commentary by Guy Farley (8:45) Listen to a 5 min clip here: SoundCloud Buy the CD here: Music Box-Records (France) http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/guy-farley-film-music-collection/ https://www.facebook.com/CalderaRecords/
  8. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture The Welts (Pregi) from 2004, directed by Magdalena Piekorz and starring Michal Zebrowski and Agnieszka Grochowska. The Polish movie tells the tale of Wojciech who was mistreated by his father at a young age and as a result becomes increasingly troubled when growing up. Although he does not want to repeat the same mistakes his father did, he has problems connecting to people. Then he meets Tania, his chance for redemption. But will he be able to solve his problems and become somebody who can not only love but who can also be loved by others? The music for the directorial debut by Magdalena Piekorz was composed by Adrian Konarski, a highly regarded musician for films, theater and concert in his native Poland. These Polish roots are evident in his music, bearing resemblance to work of his native countryman Wojciech Kilar in their melodic inspiration, thematic development and transparent arrangements. Performed by a small orchestra with haunting instrumental solos for piano and woodwinds, the music for “The Welts” is full of melancholy and yet offering a glimpse of hope for the troubled character of the movie. Konarski works with several themes and motifs such as a love theme which receives its variations throughout the score. Furthermore, Caldera presents several other works by Adrian Konarski, mounting to a running time of 80 minutes in total: Drowsiness and Citizen are two other elegiac scores for movies by Magdalena Piekorz, performed by orchestra and soloists such as a mesmerizing soprano. Several other pieces also assembled on this compilation were written by Konarski for different projects, offering a vast variety of melodies and styles. As a bonus, we included an exclusive audio commentary by the composer where he talks about his work. The 16th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. The Welts 1. Love Scene (2:43) 2. Prologue (1:18) 3. Music is Healing (1:22) 4. Pigeons (0:57) 5. Windmills and Holy Figures (1:52) 6. Street in the Rain (1:20) 7. Confession (1:12) 8. Escape From Home (1:11) 9. Impossible Escape (1:31) 10. Cave (2:43) 11. Childhood (3:56) 12. Wojciech and Tania (1:22) 13. Returning Home (1:33) 14. Telephone Call to Editorial Office (1:13) 15. The Welts (2:32) 16. Confession of Love (2:11) 17. Mountains (1:24) 18. Inscription on a Mirror (2:18) 19. Final Credits (3:14) Drowsiness 20. Cooking of Hallucinogenic Herbs (1:24) 21. Drowsiness (2:09) 22. Cello (0:57) 23. Ashes to the Sky (2:04) 24. Final Credits (3:47) Obywatel 25. Echo of Her Voice (2:19) 26. Why Me – Why Only Me? (1:52) 27. Beautiful Sweet Epic Reflection (2:28) 28. Woman From the Dark (2:06) 29. Theme of Journey (3:08) 30. Existence no Existence (1:42) 31. Charming and Moving (3:01) 32. Close-Ups (3:38) 33. People Like Pigeons (2:19) 34. Eugeniusz Bodo Lumiere Magique (2:06) 35. Soaring Dreams (3:35) Bonus: 36. Audio Commentary by Adrian Konarski (3:35) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/caldera-september-release Buy the CD here: http://www.musicbox-records.com/fr/cd-musiques-de-films/3921-the-welts.html http://www4.screenarchives.com/title_detail.cfm/ID/32140/THE-WELTS-PREGI/
  9. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “Under Suspicion” from 1991, directed by Simon Moore and starring Liam Neeson, Laura San Giacomo and Kenneth Cranham. Neeson plays a former cop who now works as a private investigator whose main job it is to collect evidence of adultery for his clients who wish to settle divorce cases. Neeson’s character runs into trouble soon though when he orders his wife to go to a hotel room with a well known painter in order to take photographs of the two and sell them to the wife of the painter. Things get nasty when the pair is shot death – and one of the prime suspects is: the investigator himself. Christopher Gunning delivered one of his darkest, most brooding scores which at times evokes the spirit of Bernard Herrmann’s well known and much celebrated style to underscore suspense and enhance the already dangerous situations in the film’s scenes. Gunning wrote several themes and motifs, notably a love theme for Neeson’s and Giacomo’s characters which receives its variations throughout the whole score. The highlight of the score is undoubtedly the famous hanging sequence for which the composer wrote a 7 minute piece which builds steadily until it collapses at its climax and makes your adrenalin rush through your body. Deservedly, Gunning won an Ivor Novello Award for his work on “Under Suspicion” in 1991. This is the third entry of a Gunning score in the Caldera catalog. As a bonus, we included an exclusive audio commentary by the composer where he talks about his work. The 15th CD release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed, Orchestrated and Conducted by Christopher Gunning Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Produced by ITV Recorded at Lansdowne Recording Studios, CTS Studios Wembley Under Suspicion 1. Opening Title (0:45) 2. Murder (2:58) 3. Murder Part 2 (1:03) 4. Tony in Danger (2:06) 5. Under Suspicion (1:01) 6. Meeting After Dark (1:00) 7. Growing Suspicion (1:51) 8. Suspicion and Romance (5:24) 9. Love – but did he do it? (4:04) 10. A Difficult Liaison (2:28) 11. Another Murder (1:26) 12. Knotty Questions (2:02) 13. Important New Evidence (1:08) 14. Frank Racing to the Hanging (7:24) 15. Tony and Angeline (2:51) 16. Tony and Angeline’s Doubts (1:12) 17. Closing Title (3:52) Bonus: 18. Brighton (3:52) 19. Audio Commentary by Christopher Gunning (3:20) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/under-suspicion-christopher-gunning For more information please visit our homepage: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/under-suspicion/gallery/soundtracks/
  10. Caldera Records is proud to present its newest CD with a deluxe edition of “Modigliani” by Guy Farley.”Modigliani” is probably the best known score by the British composer whose scores “Secret Sharer”, “Maria di Nazaret” and “L’uomo che sognava con le aquile” were already released on Caldera. Indeed, the score for the 2004 movie by Mick Davis starring Andy Garcia has a special place in the heart of its composer and is without doubt his richest work as it combines sensual symphonic compositions, ethnic music and arrangements of songs by Sasha Lazard. The main theme from “Modigliani” is a favourite of many soundtrack fans and probably Farley’s most beloved composition to date. The soundtrack was released ten years ago by Milan Records but the CD sold out quickly and can be found rarely on eBay and only for high prices. Because of that, we not only decided to re-release the score but also to give it a special treatment. The CD features a different presentation of the score than the Milan CD as we were never happy with the sequencing of it. Furthermore, it offers lots of special bonuses and a running time of over 70 minutes. The 14th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Bonus Features - different sequencing than the Milan CD - including several cues never released before - an extensive essay by the films director Mick Davis about working with Guy Farley - an arrangement for violin and piano as written score - a new recording of the key themes for cello and piano, recorded at AIR Studios in London - the handwritten score for the main theme included in the booklet - an audio commentary by Guy Farley - complete new mastering resulting in better audio quality - the first 100 copies are signed by Guy Farley, every retailer (who wanted them) has a certain amount available as indicated on their website Music Composed and Conducted by Guy Farley Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Recorded at AIR Studios London Orchestrated by Andrew Pearce Theme from Modigliani Arrangement for cello and piano Cello: Josephine Knight Piano: Huw Watkins Modigliani 1. Jeanne’s Death (1:40) 2. The Hat (1:39) 3. Ancient Law (0:53) 4. Unfit Mother (1:43) 5. Opening Titles (1:07) 6. Confession (1:20) 7. To Renoir (1:35) 8. No Eyes (1:05) 9. 5000 Francs (1:30) 10. You’re Gonna be Hung (0:48) 11. The Competition (1:08) 12. Never Again (1:19) 13. Opium Den (1:54) 14. Sleep Modi Sleep (1:50) 15. Wait for Me (1:33) 16. My Empty Life (2:06) 17. Am I Dying (1:28) 18. To Hospital (1:19) 19. It’s Wonderful (1:39) 20. Rich Beyond Belief (3:48) 21. Opium Trip (3:11) 22. Call the Police (4:19) 23. Work in Progress (1:38) 24. Baptism (0:49) 25. Picasso’s Party (1:28) 26. Sanie Cu Zurgalai (2:07) 27. Chilvatu (1:22) 28. The Meat Burglary Tango (0:49) 29. Ode to Innocence (4:51) 30. Angeli (6:01) Bonus: 31. Main Theme for Cello and Piano (4:53) 32. Audio Commentary by Guy Farley (14:00) http://www.musicbox-records.com/en/cd-soundtracks/3518-modigliani.html http://www.rosebudbandasonora.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=1_432&products_id=22416 For more information visit our homepage: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/modigliani/
  11. Caldera Records is proud to present a two CD set with works by beloved composer Abel Korzeniowski. Before he rose to fame with scores like “A Single Man” and “Penny Dreadful”, the Polish born musician wrote several compositions for stage plays in his home country. Among them were “I Served the King of England” (2003), “The Odyssey” (2005), “Kafka” (2001), “Antigone” (1996) and “The Tempest” (2003) which celebrate their premiere release on this set. Excerpts from some of these works were previously released on a digital promo by the composer. The works presented here show the wide variety of styles Korzeniowski applies due to his incredible talent. “I Served the King of England” is one of his most original scores with a distinctive Eastern European flavour due to the use of a hammered dulcimer and accordion. “The Odyssey” is something completely different altogether, evoking ancient Greek music mixed with modern Western influences, using traditional as well as medieval instruments while “Kafka” is probably the quirkiest music ever written by its composer – and yet surprisingly sorrowful and dark at times. “Antigone” is as experimental as “Kafka”; written for choir, the complex music is certainly demanding for the singers but rewarding to listen to with its unusual harmonies, counterpoints and motifs which are not obvious at first. “The Tempest” is more traditional in that sense and immediately accessible with its elegant melodies and interesting musical colors. If you either like Korzeniowski because of his biggest successes like “A Single Man” or if you are just discovering this composer, this CD set is the perfect accompaniment for you: a most diverse collection which presents treasures to discover for everybody. As a bonus, we included an exclusive interview with the composer where he talks about his work. Due to the length of the interview, it is not included on the actual CD but can be downloaded on the interview via a link provided. Furthermore, we printed examples of the written score for “Antigone” in the booklet. The 13th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed, Orchestrated and Conducted by Abel Korzeniowski Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke CD 1 I Served the King of England 1. Danube River (3:32) 2. Dumka (4:29) 3. Tango (3:49) 4. Cenacle (3:39) 5. Slava (5:11) The Odyssey 6. Odysseus’ Theme (4:17) 7. Athena (1:36) 8. Circe (5:33) 9. Maenads (3:34) 10. The Cows of Helios (1:44) 11. Penelope’s Theme (1:27) 12. Sirens (2:12) 13. Orgy (2:10) 14. The Trojans (5:27) CD 2 Kafka 1. Memoirs (4:17) 2. Dance Obscene (3:05) 3. Amalia (3:15) 4. Intermezzo (2:53) Antigone 5. Stasimon I (4:06) 6: Stasimon II (5:34) 7. Stasimon III (3:02) 8. Stasimon V (5:09) The Tempest 9. Song of Time (3:42) 10. Dance of Tempest (2:07) 11. Arliel’s Dance (3:16) 12. Ding-Dong (3:46) 13. Ariel’s Tears (3:59) 14. Song of Light (2:07) 15. Dance of Fertility (2:37) 16. Dance of Love (1:18) 17. Love Theme (0:29) 18. Song of Time II (3:45) Bonus: Interview with Abel Korzeniowski (22:04) For further details, please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/abel-korzeniowski-early-works/
  12. Winner of the IFMCA Best Documentary Score 2011 Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the American documentary The Wind Gods from 2011, composed by Pinar Toprak. The movie chronicles the 10 year quest of famous entrepreneur Larry Ellison who set sail with his ‘Oracle’ to win the America’s Cup and therefore bring the prestigious sailing prize home to the US after it had been won by foreigners in the past years. The documentary which is both an adventure, an insight into the mindset of the well-known billionaire and a love letter to sailing, is narrated by Jeremy Irons and features the magnum opus by its composer Toprak. The Turkish-born musician delivered a grand, sweeping and epic score which shows how exciting the music for a documentary can be: filled with several memorable themes, a detailed orchestration and a lot of swashbuckling action, the music brims with masculine forces and female sensibilities. Deservedly, Toprak was awarded the IFMCA award (International Film Music Critics Association) for Best Documentary Score in 2011 and trumped out prestigious colleagues like George Fenton and Patrick Doyle for their efforts that year. This is no surprise: recorded with the 70+ piece Hollywood Studio Symphony conducted by Jerome Leroy, The Wind Gods is a vivid, thematic and diverse score worthy of the biggest Hollywood epics. As a bonus, we included an exclusive audio commentary by the composer where she talks about his work. The twelfth CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. 1. The Wind Gods (2:50) 2. First Race 1851 (5:52) 3. Ellison vs. Bertarelli (1:06) 4. The Best Man To Steer The Boat (2:04) 5. Childhood (1:52) 6. We Are The American Team (1:02) 7. There Is No Second Place (1:39) 8. Jimmy And His Father (1:04) 9. The Final Race (3:30) 10. It Was Personal (2:07) 11. The America’s Cup is America’s Again (2:17) 12. What’s At Stake (1:05) 13. The Trophy (1:33) 14. Dreams Are To Pursue (1:15) 15. One Australia (1:26) 16. The 12 Minute Cue (12:18) 17. A Noble Defeat (1:26) 18. Dreams Are To Pursue II (2:40) Bonus: 19. Audio Commentary by Pinar Toprak (2:54) Listen to a 5 min clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/the-wind-gods-pinar-toprak For more information visit our homepage: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/the-wind-gods/gallery/soundtracks/
  13. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the television movie Maria di Nazaret from 2012, directed by Giacomo Campiotti. The two part movie was a huge success in Italy as it recounts the story of Jesus’ mother Maria and accompanies her throughout the life of the son of God until his death on the cross. Maria was played by internationally acclaimed actress Paz Vega who rose to fame after her role in the Adam Sandler movie Spanglish. The music for Maria di Nazaret was written by British composer and conductor Guy Farley (Secret Sharer, Modigliani) who delivers probably his most diverse score to date, featuring lush orchestral melodies for orchestra and choir as well as female vocals and solos for ethnic instruments, played by Tony Hinnigan (Braveheart). Additionally, we included another score by Farley on the CD: L’uomo che sognava con l’aquile was written for an extensive Italian television production with Terence Hill which gathered raving reviews after its premiere in 2006. Also, we present a bonus cue with the much beloved track Reunited from the Jean Claude van Damme movie Wake of Death which receives its premiere release here. The tenth CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Maria di Nazaret 1. Maria’s Theme (1:29) 2. Maria – Titles (2:11) 3. The Serpent (1:39) 4. Mary’s Journey (1:40) 5. Shepherds (2:04) 6. The Game (2:19) 7. Elizabeth’s Dance (2:12) 8. Maria at Prayer (2:40) 9. Anger and Apparition (2:11) 10. A Place to Stay (2:12) 11. Israel (1:19) 12. Birth (2:56) 13. The Census (2:08) 14. Magi (1:39) 15. Premonition (1:44) 16. My Son (2:03) 17. Lost and Found (2:13) 18. Denial (2:26) 19. 39 Lashes (4:19) 20. The Cross (2:36) 21. Calvary (4:11) 22. He Will Live (1:21) 23. Memories (2:02) 24. End Titles – Maria’s Theme (1:42) Wake of Death 25. Reunited (2:27) L’uomo che sognava con l’aquile 26. Titles (2:33) 27. To the Mountains (1:10) 28. Roberto Explores (1:10) 29. Rocco and Roberto (2:08) 30. At Home (1:15) 31. Roberto’s Theme (2:01) 32. Return (2:19) 33. To the Mayor (1:34) 34. Animals Away (1:51) 35. Money Rolling in (1:12) 36. Celebrations (1:50) Bonus Track: 37. Audio Commentary by Guy Farley (3:17) Listen to an audio clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/mary-of-nazareth-guy-farley First Reviews: "This is a score not to be missed at any cost. It should be cherished and universally loved. It’s the type of score that I thought was just a part of the past, but turns out there’s hope for our younger generations too if more scores like this is allowed to be released. Needless to say, this is a stunning score that ticks all the right boxes. Buy this CD and a box of tissues and you’ll be a happy camper." http://www.soundtrackgeek.com/v2/soundtrack-review-maria-di-nazaret/ "“Maria di Nazaret” is one of the most intimate and beautiful score I’ve heard in a while. The subtle and melodic piano strokes are like drops of rain in the desert. You almost can’t believe they are real. The female choral parts give me shivers and the ambient moments are soft and intense like a prayer. Guy Farley wrote a musical fairytale that I just want to put in a glass globe and have with me all the time. I stand by the two names I mentioned in the beginning: this is a score John Barry would have written after a meeting with Ennio Morricone and it’s amazing to find a composer worthy of that legacy. Get this score and welcome it into your life…" http://www.soundtrackdreams.com/2015/07/soundtrack-review-maria-di-nazaret-guy-farley-2012/ For more information visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/maria-di-nazaret/gallery/soundtracks/
  14. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the movie Belle du Seigneur from 2011, directed by Glenio Bonder. The movie is based on the famous book of the same title by Albert Cohen who writes about a troubled love affair in Switzerland during the 1930s. Cohen portrays Solal, who starts an affair with the beautiful Ariadne, the protestant wife of one of his employees. The forbidden passion and the political dealings prior to World War II create an unbearably tense atmosphere both on paper – and on film. The tense atmosphere can be experienced in the music by Gabriel Yared as well. The Oscar-winning composer (The English Patient, The Talented Mr. Ripley) wrote a delicate, elegant and intimate score for symphony orchestra which is built around a fragile waltz which serves as the main theme of the soundtrack. The theme is surrounded by sorrowful string adagios, catchy melodies for solo instruments such as the clarinet and the piano as well as inspired suspense passages which Yared uses for demanding solo passages with complicated rhythms. Enjoy one of the most hauntingly beautiful scores by the Lebanese-born composer for the first time ever on CD. As a bonus, we included an insightful interview with the musician who talks about his career and his approach to film music in general. The eighth CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Belle du Seigneur 1. Générique Début (2:19) 2. Solal Déguisé (2:19) 3. Solal & Isolde (1:42) 4. Danse (6:15) 5. Maison Stresa (1:15) 6. Isolde (1:38) 7. Le Bal (5:01) 8. Retrouvailles Solal & Ariane (1:12) 9. Arrivée Mariette (0:57) 10. Ariane Sur L'Ile (3:45) 11. Cheval Plage (1:42) 12. La Valse (3:22) 13. Ariane (4:06) 14. Ile (1:39) 15. Mystères (3:19) 16. Générique Fin (3:44) Bonus: 17. Interview with Gabriel Yared (14:24) Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalderaRecords The CD can be ordered here: http://www.soundtrackcorner.de/belle-du-seigneur-p6714.htm?osCsidX=22f4cb5e27137361337cd5596906998a http://www1.screenarchives.com/title_detail.cfm/ID/28837/BELLE-DU-SEIGNEUR/ http://www.musicbox-records.com/fr/cd-bandes-originales/1597-belle-du-seigneur.html
  15. Listen to a five minute audio-clip here: http://images.sae-cdn.com/media/28539-18981.mp3 Caldera Records is proud to present to original scores by Spanish composer Alfonso de Vilallonga for the first time on CD: Transsiberian is a tough, edgy thriller by acclaimed director Brad Anderson (The Machinist, The Call) which was well-received by both critics and audiences alike. The movie stars Emily Mortimer and Woody Harrelson as a couple who travels from China to Moscow only to get involved in a dangerous drug smuggling crime, making their holiday to a fight for survival. For Transsiberian, Vilallonga wrote a moody, dark and yet at times surprisingly tender and melodic score for orchestra and solo-musicians like the cello which is featured prominently with virtuous solos. Coupled with Transsiberian is the music for the well-known Spanish production Princesas about the friendship of two prostitutes and their struggle in both their lives and their profession. Vilallonga provides them with a tender main theme which receives its variations throughout the whole score with solos by piano, violin, cello, clarinet and accordion. Vilallonga, whose most famous project is the silent black and white-movie Blancanieves, is at the top of his game with these two original works which deserve to be heard on CD. As with every release of Caldera Records, the album features an exclusive audio commentary by the composer who talks about his career and his musical approach. The seventh production of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Transsiberian 1. Vladivostok (2:22) 2. All Aboard (1:22) 3. Walk and Talk (3:00) 4. Bad Girl Past (1:11) 5. Church Kiss (1:45) 6. Heroin (1:43) 7. I Will Keep an Eye (0:50) 8. You Can Never Go Back (1:12) 9. Problems With the Truth (1:54) 10. Irkutzk (0:58) 11. I Will Still Love You (0:50) 12. Let's Go Chase (5:10) 13. I Need to See Her (1:21) 14. Abby's Dream (1:48) Princesas 15. Spilled Coffee (1:06) 16. Cuchillos (1:32) 17. Hotel (1:01) 18. Maltratada (2:37) 19. Cuento (Original) (2:30) 20. Voluntario (2:07) 21. Cuento (Mar) (1:46) 22. Analisis (Guitarra) (2:26) 23. Cuento (Aeropuerto) (2:31) 24. Cuento (Final) (2:00) 25. Cuento (Cuerda) (1:59) 26. Cuento (Piano) (1:54) Bonus: 27. Audio Commentary by Alfonso de Vilallonga (6:51) The CD can be ordered here: http://www.soundtrack-club.net/content/product_info.php?products_id=6742&osCsid=49f5d19463aea716913720c632d139c9 http://www1.screenarchives.com/title_detail.cfm/ID/28539/TRANSSIBERIAN-PRINCESAS/ http://www.soundtrackcorner.de/transsiberian-p6664.htm?osCsidX=17b4a4f47d107637db832906acdcda16 http://www.rosebudbandasonora.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=19595 http://www.musicbox-records.com/fr/cd-bandes-originales/1442-transsiberian.html
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