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DAVID ARNOLD & MICHA - SHERLOCK: MUSIC FROM SERIES 3

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  • Audio CD (March 4 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: eOne Music
  • ASIN: B00HDOF5E2
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #30,653 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Great music that takes you right back to favourite scenes
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xb3e82e64) out of 5 stars 29 reviews
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
By Valerya Couto - Published on Amazon.com
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If you love the series, then surely you've noticed the wonderful musical score infused within every episode. Season Three of Sherlock contains almost as much drama and excitement as season two (my favorite) and the musical soundtrack is no different. After I listened to it, I was itching to re-watch the series for the umpteenth time. Every track reminded me and made me visualize the accompanying scene but this time, with perfect clarity, I can solely focus on the beautiful music and not be distracted by what's onscreen.

It starts out fast and contagious with 'How It Was Done', continues with melancholy tracks like 'Floating Dust' and concludes episode one with the powerfully dramatic 'Lazarus'. Episode two feature lighter tracks such as 'Stag Night', darker ones like 'Major Sholto' and a lovely violin solo for 'Waltz for John and Mary'. Then we arrive at episode three, the darkest of all which include nearly all my favorite tracks on the entire album. My favorites here are the mournful 'Redbeard', 'Addicted To A Certain Lifestyle', a brilliant, ominous track called 'Appledore' and the concluding and sorrowful, 'The East Wind'.

I can't even guess how many times I've listened to this album, whether at work or in my car.(I don't listen at home anymore as my husband gives me a look whenever I even try it now...) It never gets old. David Arnold and Michael Price do a fantastic job, as they have done for Seasons One and Two. I hope their collaboration continues for Sherlock's future. I highly urge anyone who loves and admires Sherlock to try this album out. I can't imagine anyone would be disappointed!
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HASH(0xb402c030) out of 5 stars Best out of the 3 March 7 2014
By D. A. Jennison - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this program and the soundtrack that goes with it. This soundtrack has a lot more techno-style music. If you just can't get enough Sherlock, this soundtrack is for you.
HASH(0xb39d1cf0) out of 5 stars "Sherlock" Season Three, Again the Game's On March 12 2014
By G M. Stathis - Published on Amazon.com
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Season Three of “Sherlock” is now old news. It had been viewed in the UK before Christmas, and has now run its three new episodes on PBS on this side of the Atlantic. Why, one might ask, did it take so long to release the music from this season? The new episodes are first rate, not without surprises and a season-ending mind twister, and the entire canon, well so far, is now available on Blu-ray. And while we had to wait for Silva America, the music by David Arnold and Michael Price for season three is already something quite familiar, and it is an edgier and maybe more hip approach, utilizing familiar themes and motifs from earlier episodes to great effect. It is also quite good. The Arnold/Price main theme for Holmes and Watson has become something of the recognized musical standard (apologies to Hans Zimmer). The entire project seems to just get better and better, save for the fact that we are limited to a bare three adventures a year (true, they are about ninety minutes), the writing is solid, the acting is first rate, and the production values are very good. It is fun, engaging, and leaves us wanting more. The final soundtrack by Silva is well produced with good packaging…but why the wait?
HASH(0xb39dda98) out of 5 stars His Last Vow Music: Emmy Winner, and No Wonder Aug. 20 2014
By Mz Paws - Published on Amazon.com
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Well, is it any wonder that David Arnold and Michael Price won an Emmy (at the "early" Emmies") for the soundtrack to "His Last Vow?" The music to the entire THREE series is subtle yet bold, contemplative yet vigorous, a musical reflection of the characters and situations in which they find themselves. The mixed use of traditional instruments and electronics is executed with care, and some of the themes are astonishingly beautiful. That some of the themes repeat is a musical device to "push the plot" and create recognition in viewers. After all, how many songs, how many symphonies, how many ANYTHING musical does not use repetition of theme or rhythm to create a foundation to "ground" the listener. Yes, some of the tracks are short -- but again, this reflects the exciting, fast-moving plot and the astonishing speed of Sherlock, himself, as he and John charge through their "ridiculous adventures" (to quote a certain Best Man's speech). Five stars for the composers and for the amazing instrumentalists who perform what is sometimes extremely delicate and sometimes quite bombastic music for Sherlock. Keep the show coming, please -- and the music!
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By karoline edtinger - Published on Amazon.com
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Another beautiful soundtrack by David Arnold and Michael Price. All the emotions of Sherlock series 3 compressed in 73 min.


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