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October 28, 2008


The First Olympics: Athens 1896Bruce Broughton's Emmy Award-winning score for the 5-hour TV miniseries chronicling the origin of the modern Olympics has been made available for the first time thanks to Intrada Records.

This spectacular 2-CD set features the full score on CD 1 and a plethora of bonus tracks on CD 2 that include original source music, marches, bugle calls, a string trio, and a special "producer's demo" with unique mixes of seven cues made from the 24-track elements.

A true master of fanfares and sweeping themes, Broughton creates a memorable and dramatic backdrop for the acclaimed miniseries starring David Ogden Stiers and David Caruso. Both CDs are presented in dynamic stereo from the original Sony Pictures masters of Bruce Broughton conducting the Sinfonia of London.

For more information, to hear audio samples from the CD, or to purchase, please visit the Intrada website. This release is limited to 2000 copies!


Articles & Interviews
Bruce Broughton : La Musique Derrieère La Magie – Le légendaire compositeur revient sur sa collaboration avec le Roi de la Pop sur "Moonwalker" (Bruce Broughton: The Music Behind the Magic – The legendary composer returns to his collaboration with the King of Pop on "Moonwalker")
Interview by Richard Lecocq for Invincible
Down Under with Rescuers composer Bruce Broughton
by Jérémie Noyer
for Animated Views
Music in the Parks
by Lori Elias
Reprint courtesy of Celebrations Magazine
Bruce's Back Yard
An exclusive sit-down with Film Score Monthly by Tim Curran and Saul Pincus
Bruce Broughton: The Great Prince of Bambi II's Music
An Interview with Animated Views by Jérémie Noyer
20 Questions
An Interview with Mathieu Alvado
for TraxZone

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