Film Fest Gent announces recording of 'Carter Burwell: Music for Film' album

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News 08 Aug 2018
In line with tradition, a selection of the World Soundtrack Award's main guest's music will be recorded and released for the annual 'Music for Film' album. Some of Carter Burwell's most captivating scores will be recorded on August 20-22 in Flagey's legendary Studio 4, performed by Brussels Philharmonic and conducted by Dirk Brossé. The live recording will include exclusive and unpublished tracks from 'The Spanish Prisoner' and 'Olive Kitteridge'. It will be the first compilation album of Burwell's film scores ever released, licensed by Silva Screen Records and recorded, mixed & mastered by MotorMusic.

The presale of the album will start on August 8 on the Film Fest Gent and World Soundtrack Awardswebsites. Buyers of the World Soundtrack Awards will have the opportunity to buy an autographed copy of the album for €15 when ordering tickets for the concert. After September 15th, the album can only be purchased through Film Fest Gent's webshop for €20.

Tracklist 'Carter Burwell: Music for Film'

'Mildred Pierce': Opening Titles
'True Grit': River Crossing / 'Talk About Suffering / The Wicked Flee
'Twilight': Bella's Lullaby
'Carol': Opening
'A Serious Man': A Serious Man
'Being John Malkovich': Puppet Love
'Anomalisa': Overture
'In Bruges': Prologue / Medieval Waters
'Miller's Crossing': End Credits
'The Man Who Wasn't There' The Trial of Ed Crane
'Fargo': Fargo, North Dakota
'Hail Caesar 5:00 AM / Hail Caesar
'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri': My Dear Anne /
Billboards on Fire
'The Founder': Flags and Steeples
'Goodbye Christopher Robin': Drawing Pooh
'The Spanish Prisoner': The Spanish Prisoner
'Gods and Monsters': Friend?
'Olive Kitteridge': Olive Opening
'Wonderstruck': Silent Whispers / Little Girl, Big City

On October 17th, the World Soundtrack Awards will welcome Carter Burwell as honorary guest, known for his compelling scores and his unique collaborations with some of the world’s most respected filmmakers such as the Coen Brothers and Todd Haynes. Brussels Philharmonic, conducted by Dirk Brossé and Carter Burwell, will perform the original scores accompanied by film clips on the big screen.

18th World Soundtrack Awards with Carter Burwell
Brussels Philharmonic conducted by Dirk Brossé
October 17th 2018 - Capitole Ghent

Tickets available here