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Scores Film Music Grade 5 to 8

The Entertainer - Trio de Sax - JOPLIN S.

The Entertainer (Saxophone trio)

Scott Joplin

Trio de Saxophones


The Entertainer - Trio de Cuivres - JOPLIN S.

The Entertainer (Brass Trio)

Scott Joplin

Trio de Cuivres


Talijanska - Orchestre d'Harmonie - TRADITIONEL ITALIEN


Traditionnel Italien

Orchestre d'Harmonie


Six sax, ça sonne - Ensemble de Saxophones - RIBAULT M.

Six sax, ça sonne !

Mickaël Ribault

Ensemble de Saxophones


Sarabande - Orchestre d'Harmonie - HAENDEL G. F.

Sarabande (Concert Band)

Friedrich Haendel

Orchestre d'Harmonie


Sailor Hornpipe - Quatuor à Cordes - TRADITIONNEL ANGLAIS

Sailor Hornpipe (String Quartet)

Traditionnel Anglais

Quatuor à Cordes


Pirates des Caraïbes - Orchestre d'Harmonie - BADELT K.

Pirates of the Caribbean

Klaus Badelt

Orchestre d'Harmonie


Le Code d'Honneur - Orchestre d'Harmonie - CHAMPCLOS D.

Le Code d'Honneur

David Champclos

Orchestre d'Harmonie


Lakme - Le Duo des Fleurs - Ensemble à Géométrie Variable - DELIBES L.

Lakme - Flower Duet

Léo Delibes

Ensemble Variable


La Belle et le Bête - Quatuor Cuivres - MENKEN Alan

Beauty and the Beast (Brass Quartet)

Alan Menken

Quatuor de Cuivres


A film score (also called background music, soundtrack, film music, film music or incidental music) is original music written specifically to accompany a film. The score is part of the film's soundtrack, which usually includes pre-existing music, dialogue and sound effects, and includes a number of orchestral, instrumental or choral pieces calledcues, which are timed to begin and end at specific points in the film to enhance the dramatic and emotional narrative impact of the scene in question. Scores are written by one or more composers, under the direction of or in collaboration with the film's director or producer, and are then usually performed by an ensemble of musicians - most often an orchestra or band, instrumental soloists and choristers or singers - and recorded by a sound engineer.

Film scores encompass a wide variety of musical styles, depending on the nature of the films they accompany. The majority of scores are orchestral works rooted in Western classical music, but many scores are also influenced by jazz, rock, pop, blues, new-age music, and a wide variety of ethnic and world music styles. Since the 1950s, an increasing number of scores have also included electronic elements, and many scores written today feature a mixture of orchestral and electronic instruments.

Since the invention of digital technology and audio sampling, many modern films have been able to use digital samples to imitate the sound of live instruments, and many scores written today include a mix of orchestral and electronic instruments.Since the invention of digital technology and audio sampling, many modern films have been able to use digital samples to mimic the sound of live instruments, and many scores are created and performed entirely by the composers themselves, using music composition software.

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