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Soundtracks and Original Cast Recordings

Film scores, soundtracks and original cast recordings from Broadway musicals and films set in or relating to the Middle Ages. Cover art may vary.

  • BraveheartBraveheart: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    James Horner, Composer

    1996 Academy Award nominee for Best Dramatic Score, this is one of composer James Horner's most accomplished works. Utilizes the full range of the London Symphony Orchestra, the Choristers of Westminster Abbey, and a small ensemble of traditional folk instrumentalists.

  • Camelot - Broadway CastCamelot - 1960 Broadway Cast
    Frederick Loewe, Composer

    1961 recording of the classic Broadway cast – Julie Andrews, Robert Goulet and Richard Burton – from when Camelot opened in 1960. Features a beautiful score with some of the most beloved songs in the musical repertoire, written by the team of Lerner & Loewe.

  • Camelot - Motion Picture SoundtrackCamelot: 1967 Motion Picture Soundtrack
    Frederick Loewe, Composer

    Unique interpretation of one of Lerner and Loewe's best scores, with cast members Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave making the roles of King Arthur and Guinevere their own.

  • DragonheartDragonheart: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    Randy Edelman, Composer

    Sweeping score with light-hearted moments creates a musical picture for the listener. The main theme is considered one of the best ever composed. Highly recommended.

  • First KnightFirst Knight: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    Jerry Goldsmith, Composer

    Filled with the kind of music that evokes the pride and pageantry of knightly times from rousing battle songs to poignant love theme.

  • A Knight's Tale - Film ScoreA Knight's Tale: Original Motion Picture Film Score
    Carter Burwell, Composer

    Mixes, jigs, choirs and fanfares performed on orchestral and electric instruments. Note this is the film score – not the soundtrack that contains modern-day rock songs.

  • The Fellowship of the RingThe Fellowship of the Ring: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    Howard Shore, Composer

    Oscar-winning epic score revolving loosely around a brief, heroic brass theme, encompasses centuries of dramatic music with a sense of mystery and magic. Rich choral passages interspersed throughout. Includes two tracks by Enya.

  • The Two TowersThe Two Towers: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    Howard Shore, Composer

    Rich ethnic textures are explored in this score featuring fiddles, log drums, and wood xylophones along with orchestral themes and choral selections, including Gollum's Song, performed by Emiliana Torrini.

  • The Return of the KingThe Return of the King: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    Howard Shore, Composer

    Sweeping orchestral masterpiece performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, featuring James Galway, Renee Fleming. Includes Into the West performed by Annie Lennox.

  • Robin Hood Prince of ThievesRobin Hood, Prince Of Thieves: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    Michael Kamen, Composer

    The perfect blend of romance and action is artfully shown in this score, which will certainly remain rather prized for its innovative new instrumentation and orchestration-the basis for much modern film music. Includes the Bryan Adams hit, Everything I Do, I Do It For You.

  • Monty Python And The Holy GrailMonty Python And The Holy Grail
    Monty Python

    More than a soundtrack, this CD collects the best moments from the classic film, many of which are just as funny to hear as to watch. Contains several segments that don't appear in the film.

  • Willow SoundtrackWillow: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    James Horner, Composer

    Lush, magical and majestic, this score is hailed by many fans and critics as Horner's greatest adventure score. Performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, with the addition of period-evoking instruments such as the pan flute.