2CELLOS go to the movies for their new album Score, bringing their unique sound and style to the most popular melodies ever written for classic and contemporary movies and television.
Score opens with an arrangement of Ramin Djawadi's Game of Thrones Main Title theme, in which the stirring sound of cellos announces each of what may be the most eagerly awaited episodes in contemporary television.
Themes that drove some of the biggest epics in movie history are also featured in fresh new treatments – such as favorite Oscar-winning themes from James Horner's score for Titanic ("My Heart Will Go On"), John Williams' score for Schindler's List and as well as "For the Love of a Princess" from Braveheart (James Horner).
The vocal beauty of the cello's sound is a perfect match for a brace of romantic themes. These include the Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer song "Moon River" from Breakfast at Tiffany's; Ennio Morricone's beautiful theme for Cinema Paradiso, Nino Rota's love theme for The Godfather; Francis Lai's Oscar-winning theme from Love Story; Hans Zimmer's theme from Rain Man; and Stanley Myers' haunting "Cavatina" heard in The Deer Hunter.
2CELLOS have forged a signature style that breaks down the boundaries between genres of music, from classical and film music to pop and rock.
Starting in March 2017, 2CELLOS will be doing a big world tour. For this 2017 tour they will be bringing an extra string section along so they can do justice to the new tracks from the Score album.
180 gram audiophile vinyl
PVC protective sleeve
Brand new album
The band is doing a big world tour in 2017
First pressing of 1.000 numbered copies on white vinyl
Side A 1. Game of Thrones Medley 2. May it Be (Lord Of The Rings) 3. For the Love of a Princess (Braveheart) Side B 1. Love Story 2. Cinema Paradiso 3. Moon River (Breakfast At Tiffany's) 4. Love Theme from The Godfather Side C 1. My Heart Will Go On (Titanic) 2. Rain Man Theme 3. Cavatina (The Deer Hunter) 4. Malena Side D 1. Schindler's List Main Theme 2. Titles from Chariots of Fire 3. Now We are Free (Gladiator)