Doctor Who Theme - 52 Years

THIS. This fan edit gets it right. Many have tried to create the comprehensive “every era” musical mix but there’s always been something a little off, some transition not quite managed, some key change never quite compensated properly. THIS one is darned-near flawless. Enjoy Gwylock’s handiwork!

John Debney | “Mary goes to Jesus” (from the soundtrack of “The passion of the Christ”).

You do NOT have to be a religious person (I’m not) to appreciate the supreme beauty of music. Listen to this part of the soundtrack of “The Passion of Christ”…

home | an instrumental mix dedicated to hogwarts [listen]

a journey to hogwarts - nicholas hooper | the story continues - james hannigan | incantus magicus - john debney | the wardrobe - harry gregson-williams | the stag - patrick doyle | day - jeremy soule | ron and hermione kiss, love theme (deathly hallows fanmade soundtrack) - isaias garcia | fawkes the phoenix - john williams | the living sculptures of pemberley - jean-yves thibaudet | wander snow - jeremy soule | fireside dance - danny elfman | feast of starlight - howard shore | elwynn forest - tracy bush | to catch an owl - james hannigan | harry in winter - patrick doyle | surreal - ryan stewart | die moldau - smetana | harry’s sacrifice - alexandre desplat | harry and ginny love theme (deathly hallows fanmade soundtrack) - isaias garcia | the friends - nicholas hooper | a new beginning - alexandre desplat | hogwarts’ hymn - patrick doyle | poison love - claseria | mischief managed! - john williams | leaving hogwarts - john williams

2015 DCI World Class Music Selections

The Academy- A Step In Time (Step In Time and other selections from the Mary Poppins soundtrack)

Blue Devils- Ink (Dark Forest by David Glyde, Sweeney Todd by Stephen Sondheim, Mad Hatter’s Tea Party by Gordon Goodwin, I Like You by GOT7, Children Will Listen by Stephen Sondheim, Last Midnight by Stephen Sondheim)

Blue Knights- Because (Because by The Beatles, Rush by Bocook Shah Jackson, Apres Moi by Regina Spektor, I’m Alive by Adam Watts, Fly to Paradise by Eric Whitacre

Blue Stars- Side Show (Entrance of the Gladiators by Julius Fucik, The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze by Gaston Lyle & Alfred Lee, I Will Never Leave You by Henry Krieger & Bill Russell, Send in the Clowns by Stephen Sondheim, Carnivale by Jeff Beal, Original music - by Richard Saucedo, Ian Grom, John Mapes)

Bluecoats- Kinetic Noise (Shaker Loops by John Adams, Electric Counterpoint by Steve Reich, Woods by Bon Iver, Gene Takes a Drink by Michael Gordon, The Animated Description of Mr. Maps by The Books, Dense - by Univers Zero)

Boston Crusaders- Conquest (Game of Thrones Main Title by Ramin Djawadi, Conquest by Alfred Newman, Palladio by Karl Jenkins, Take What is Ours by Brian Tyler, Five Variants From Dives & Lazarus by Ralph Vaughan Williams, The Battle by Hans Zimmer, Original Music - by Ryan George and Ellis Hampton)

The Cadets- The Power of Ten (Symphonic Movement by Vaclav Nelhybel, Symphony No. 10 in E minor, Op. 93 (mvmnt ii and iv) by Dmitri Shostakovich, Mulholland Drive/Love Theme by Angelo Badalamenti)

Carolina Crown- Inferno (Gates of Hell by Thom Hannum and Tony Nunez, Dies Irae by Giuseppe Verdi, Symphony for Organ and Orchestra by Aaron Copeland, Adagio in G Minor by Remo Giazotto, Symphony No. 9 by Ludiwig van Beethoven)

The Cavaliers- Game On (Fetes from Nocturnes by Claude Debussy, Macrotus by James Newton Howard, On The Shoulders of Giants by Peter Graham, Run Boy Run by Woodkid, Symphony No. 8: Finale by Anton Bruckner)

Colts- And A Shot Rings Out (Man With The Golden Arm by Elmer Bernstien, Lex by Michael Daugherty, Science Fiction by Christian McBride, Moanin’ by Charles Mingus, original musc by Chuck Naffier and David Nelson, Lay Me Down by Sam Smith)

Crossmen- Above and Beyond (Fly To Paradise by Eric Whitacre, Jubal Step by Wynton Marsalis, One Day I’ll Fly Away by Will Jennings, Butterfly by Rajaton)

Jersey Surf- Sun Surfing (Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles, Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me by Elton John, Wipeout by The Surfaris, Good Vibrations by The Beach Boys)

Madison Scouts- 78th and Madison (NYC by Strouse, Gotta Dance by Brown, Good Morning  by Brown, Got Rhythm by Gershwin, Moses Supposes by Eden, The Boy Next Door by Martin, Traffic Jammin’ by Tyzik, Get Happy by Arlen, Happy Days are Here Again by Ager)

Oregon Crusaders- Midnight Garden (Cinderella Suite by Sergei Prokofiev, Who Is She by Patrick Doyle, Pumpkin Pursuit by Patrick Doyle)

Pacific Crest- The Catalyst (Scythian Suite by Sergei Prokofiev, Final Fantasy, by Uematsu, Enjoy The Silence by Depeche Mode, Angels in the Architecture by Frank Tichelli)

Phantom Regiment- City of Light (I Love Paris by Cole Porter, Horoscope by Constant Lambert, Claire De Lune by Claude Debussy, An American in Paris by George Gershwin, Symphony Number 3 by Camille Saint-Saens)

Santa Clara Vanguard- The Spark of Invention (Virus Attack by Amin Bhatia, Original work based on Invention No.13 in A Minor by JS Bach, Paul Rennick, Sandi Rennick, JD Shaw, Pure Imagination by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra by John Corigliano)

Spirit of Atlanta- Out of the Ashes (Taras’ Theme by Max Steiner, Southern Harmony by Donald Grantham, Full Pull Cage Match by Scott Mcallister, Harmonium: Wild Nights by John Adams, Original Music by William Pitts, Ben Pyles and Greg Tsalikis)

The Troopers- Wild Horses (Dreamer by John  Debney, Open Spaces by Robert W Smith, Wild Horses by Natasha Bedingfield, Adrenaline City by Adam Gorb)

Evan Almighty - John Debney

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Never saw the film, but really liked the score. John Debney is one of my favorite composers, and I have yet to hear a severely disappointing score from him. Therefore the music for “Evan Almighty” was a mixture of grandiose, “homey”, and comedic (as expected), but the grandiose aspect was obviously the most frequent. With that said, the official album art shouldn’t even be looked at when listening to this fantastic score; which is why I made an alternative - like the undeserving cover of the “inspired by” soundtack, but with a more “ancient” feel - I think it’s appropriate for the music.