Recent and very clever reinterpretations of Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective of Baker Street, Sherlock Holmes, by Guy Richie and PBS/BBC (and a yet to be seen reincarnation on NBC) may leave some purists to wonder what the gods have wrought, but overall have provided inventive entertainment. And this can be said of the musical scores that have proven to be important parts of the productions. Hans Zimmer put together two remarkable scores for the Warner Brothers' films with an unexpected jauntiness that fits Robert Downey, Jr. (and Jude Law as Dr. Watson) like a medical glove. But wait, here comes David Arnold of James Bond fame ably assisted by Michael Price for the PBS series "Sherlock" and, well, the game's afoot! It is good stuff! Two albums have been released by Silva America for the two seasons of "Sherlock" and they are as good as the programs (splendid scripts and outstanding acting especially by Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman) they were written for. Some may quibble that is there is some resemblance between some of the music of Arnold/Price and Zimmer, two solid and yes jaunty themes, which is likely odd coincidence more than anything else but taken as a whole this is a surprisingly good collection of music from a remarkable series. If anything Arnold has found a new niche and has surpassed, in some ways, his work on the 007 films. Initially, one might argue that the music for the first season and recording is better than that for the second but that would show an under appreciation of the very fine music for Irene Adler and the second season's opener "A Scandal in Belgravia," perhaps the best episode thus far. There is a good deal of musical repetition but that is the nature of this kind of production, but it all works on screen and in the two recordings. Sadly, Arnold's talents will be missing from the latest Bond epic because of his work with the London Olympics (too bad he could not have found a way to do both), but season three of "Sherlock" is coming and it is greatly anticipated. Nicely produced and adequately packaged by Silva.