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Fannibal Alert! NBC Hannibal June 8th Panel Discussion Feat. Showrunner Bryan Fuller, Brian Reitzell’s Score Launches on Bandcamp!

NBC “Hannibal” showrunner Bryan Fuller will join a panel discussion (via Skype) for Split Screens Festival’s Hannibal — “The Wrath of the Lamb” event!  Fuller will speak on the final season of Hannibal” and Brian Reitzell’s score which was recently brought to life via the Alarm Will Sound ensemble on the concert stage, following the theatrical screening of the series finale on Thursday, June 8 (9 p.m.)  at the IFC Center!  More info. and get tickets here.

And, due to popular demand, a second event has been added at 7:30 p.m., with Hannibal cast member Raul Esparza (“Dr. Frederick Chilton”) in person!  This event, Hannibal — “The Number of the Beast Is 666”, will lead into the 9 pm. screening event with Bryan Fuller, so don’t miss out!  Get tickets here.

In honor of this event, Lakeshore Records is making all three seasons of Brian Reitzell’s unforgettable score available for the very first time on Bandcamp for high-quality, digital download and streaming, beginning with Hannibal, Season 1 Volume 1.  All six volumes from Season 1 through 3 will be released throughout the day, so keep an eye out!

The live concert performance was held on May 10 and May 13 (St. Louis and New York City, respectively), and you can listen to the concert below thanks to WQXR.  

 

Thrilled to be a part of @splitscreenstv! Matt Marks will represent Alarm Will Sound in a panel discussion. He will talk about our work with Brian Reitzell to bring the score to #Hannibal to life on the concert stage.⠀ ⠀ ———————————⠀ From Split Screens TV:⠀ ⠀ A special theatrical screening of the finale of NBC’s “Hannibal,” a nightmare fantasy from Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies) that reinterpreted Thomas Harris’ novels through the eyes of an expressionist, polymorphous sensualist. Reworking much of the plot of Harris’ Red Dragon, but in a more hallucinatory way than in earlier film versions, the finale builds to an orgiastic release of pent-up intellectual and sexual energy so intense that viewers may need a cigarette and a towel afterward.⠀ ⠀ Fuller will join the audience via Skype to discuss the finale, the legacy of his cult classic, his new Starz series American Gods, and what a hypothetical fourth season of “Hannibal” would look like. A panel of New York-based Fannibals will discuss the legacy of the show, including its impact on popular art.⠀ ⠀ In person: Leila Taylor, Creative Director at the Brooklyn Public Library; novelist @RobWHart1 (New Yorked, The Woman from Prague); composer @MattMarksMusic of Alarm Will Sound; illustrator and author Janice Poon, food stylist for Hannibal and author of Feeding Hannibal; Dr. Lori Morimoto, independent scholar of fan studies; (via Skype) Hannibal creator and executive producer Bryan Fuller (@bryanfullergram).⠀ ⠀ ——————————–⠀ #AlarmWillSound #SplitScreensFestival #Hannibal #Fannibals #NewMusic #SoundWorlds #BryanFuller #BrianReitzell

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For this performance, AWS members Chris Thompson, Matt Marks and Alan Pierson, along with composer Christopher Stark arranged electronic selections from Brian Reitzell’s score to Hannibal.

 

Year End Special: Lakeshore Loves Vinyl Spins The Best Soundtracks – Listen!

For the past half-year, Lakeshore Records has been supplying us with fantastic behind-the-scenes podcasts featuring interviews with many different composers talking about their latest work. Hosted by Tony Giles, these podcasts have been a real addition to the web site offering unique perspectives that aren’t often translated through the written word.  – Score Keeper, Birth.Movies.Death

Take a trip down memory lane with Tony Giles (host of The Damn Fine Cast and our Lakeshore Loves Vinyl guru), who spins a curated set of Lakeshore Records vinyl released in 2016 — we may be biased — but boy is this playlist good.  There aren’t enough words to describe all the emotions that go into hearing Tony’s selections from each album.  It’s been a truly amazing year of soundtrack releases at Lakeshore Records and we thank you for sticking by us on this musical journey.  So sit back, relax, and hear the full podcast exclusively at Birth.Movies.Death!

Featured Music: Lakeshore Loves Vinyl 2016 Podcast Playlist
1 KMC014  – Synchronicity
2 Baskin – Baskin
3 Wayward Pines Theme/Suite – Wayward Pines
4 Overture – Anomalisa
5 Four Doomed Men Ride Out – Bone Tomahawk
6 Rustin Parr – Blair Witch
7 End Titles – Don’t Breathe
8 Stranger Things Theme Extended – Stranger Things
9 Bill Harper – Mr Robot
10 Memories – Captain Fantastic
11 Love Crime – Hannibal Season 3
12 Daniel – Camino
13 Prologue/Tuyo – Narcos
14 Don’t Tell Sarah – Swiss Army Man
15 – September – The Nice Guys

Exploring Brian Reitzell’s Delicious Hannibal Collection

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Hannibal (Original Television Soundtrack)
Brian Reitzell

There is, and has been, a lot said about Brian Reitzell‘s score for Bryan Fuller‘s take on Thomas Harris‘ enigmatic Dr Hannibal Lecter.

Whilst I’m sure many of you are already more than familiar with the TV shows title character through one of his previous incarnations, I believe that this has been the first time, musically, that the character has really been brought to life. This is not to say that any of the previous musical accompaniments have been wrong or disingenuous, I’m just stating, from my own point of view, that Reitzell’s decadent, dark ambient, orchestral, confrontational and yet highly listenable score, really evokes the character of Lecter, in my humble opinion.

From the very beginning of Volume One, you know that you’re listening and experiencing something unlike anything you have probably ever heard before. To say this was a daring and visionary move would be an understatement: the music like the character of Dr Hannibal Lecter himself is intrinsically complex, thoughtful, daring and also something to be fearful of. Please don’t let my last statement put you off, I am merely saying the score for Hannibal covers almost every gamut of musical emotion and will only leave you wanting more!

Throughout the duration of the shows three season run, the music featured grew and adapted as did each of the main characters. One of my favourite tracks is season three’s ‘The Great Red Dragon’ a three part piece which includes the vocal track ‘Allelujah’ sung by Micha Luna. Season Three also includes the two standouts ‘Snake Charmer’ with vocals by Marc Almond and the Season Three finale ‘Love Crime’ featuring Siouxsie Sioux, one of the most emotionally gripping finales I’ve ever witnessed.

The scores for Hannibal are all available now on CD and Digital with the Vinyl being handled by our wonderful partners Invada Records. Each of the three seasons is split over two double LPs housed in a gatefold sleeve, featuring images from the show + liner notes. The vinyl also comes in two variations, either black or colored vinyl, depending on your taste, they also all come with a digital download card so you can take Hannibal everywhere you go.

If I’ve whetted your appetite for a musical palate cleanse I would highly recommend stating from Volume One and working your way forward. In saying that, each season is a true delight and a collection of music I shall be listening to for many years to come.

-L.L.V.

Download The Albums Here on [ITUNES] [S1V1] [S1V2] [S2V1] [S2V2] [S3V1] [S3V3] Stream A Sample on [SPOTIFY] [S1V1] [S1V2] [S2V1] [S2V2

Vinyl Details:
Season One Vol 1 [USA] [UK] Vol 2 [USA] [UK]
$25.00 (color) $23.00 (black) / £22.99 (color) £21.99 (black)
Each double LP will be housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with Hannibal Executive Producer David Slade providing rare photography from his personal collection.
Each LP will come with a download card.

Vinyl Details:
Season Two Vol 1 [USA] [UK] Vol 2 [USA] [UK]
$25.00 (color) $23.00 (black) / £22.99 (color) £21.99 (black)
Each double LP will be housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with Hannibal Executive Producer David Slade providing rare photography from his personal collection.
Each LP will come with a download card.

Vinyl Details:
Season Three Vol 1 [USA] [UK] Vol 2 [USA] [UK]
$29.00 (color) $28.00 (black) / £24.99 (color) £22.99 (black)
Each double LP will be housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with Hannibal Executive Producer David Slade providing rare photography from his personal collection.
Each LP will come with a download card.

Hannibal (Original Television Soundtrack)
Brian Reitzell

Season One Volume 1
1. Aperitif
2. Amuse-Bouche
3. Potage
4. Oeuf
5. Coquilles
6. Entree
7. Sorbet

Season One Volume 2
1. Fromage
2. Trou Normand
3. Buffet Froid
4. Roti
5. Releves
6. Savoreux

Season Two Volume 1
1. Kaiseki
2. Sakizuke
3. Hassun
4. Takiawase
5. Mukozuke
6. Futamono
7. Yakimono

Season Two Volume 2
1. Su-Zakana
2. Shiizakana
3. Naka-Choko
4. Ko No Mono
5. Tome-Wan
6. Mizumono
7. Bloodfest (From Mizumono)

Season Three Volume 1
1. Bach Goldberg Variation Aria Pt 1
2. Antipasto
3. Primavera Pt 1
4. Primavera Pt 2
5. Primavera Pt 3
6. Secondo Pt 1
7. Secondo Pt 2
8. Secondo Pt 3
9. Snake Charmer (feat Marc Almond) from Aperitivo
10. Contorno
11. Dolce Pt 1
12. Dolce Pt 2
13. Digestivo Pt 1
14. Digestivo Pt 1
15. The Great Red Dragon Pt 1
16. Allelujah (Mozart) from The Great Red Dragon
17. The Great Red Dragon Pt 2

Season Three Volume 2
1. And the Woman Clothed with the Sun… Pt 1
2. And the Woman Clothed with the Sun… Pt 2
3. And the Woman Clothed with the Sun… Pt 3
4. And the Woman Clothed in Sun Pt 1
5. And the Woman Clothed in Sun Pt 2
6. And the Woman Clothed in Sun Pt 3
7. And the Woman Clothed in Sun Pt 4
8. …And the Beast from the Sea
9. The Number of the Beast is 666…
10. And the Woman Clothed in Sun Pt 4
11. The Wrath of the Lamb Pt 1
12. Bach Goldberg Aria Pt 2 / The Wrath of the Lamb Pt 2
13. Love Crime Film Version (feat Siouxsie Sioux) from The Wrath of the Lamb

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Throwback Thursday: Brian Reitzell’s Acclaimed Score To NBC’s ‘Hannibal’ Series

Hannibal Season 1-3 Soundtracks

In this edition of Throwback Thursday, we feature composer Brian Reitzell’s score to Hannibal, the acclaimed NBC television series starring Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy.  As part of our month-long celebration of horror soundtracks, we’re serving up all three seasons of score, released on Lakeshore Records.

The soundtracks are available now on digital, CD and vinyl. See below for links and video album previews!

WATCH:

Where to buy:

Season 1:

Digital V1 | Digital V2 | CD V1| CD V2 | Vinyl

Season 2:

Digital V1 | Digital V2 | CD V1 | CD V2 | Vinyl

Season 3:

Digital V1 | Digital V2 | CD V1 | CD V2 | Vinyl

Lakeshore Records Congratulates Our Partners on their Emmy Nods! Eight Shows Earn 22 Nominations!

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The Emmy nominations were announced on July 14, and eight shows with Lakeshore Records releases were named on the list, three of those shows receiving best music nominations, for a total of 22 nominations in all!  Best music nominees are: Mr. Robot: Mac Quayle (Best Dramatic Score), Narcos: Rodrigo Amarante (Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music), and Bates Motel (Vinyl Release): Chris Bacon (Best Dramatic Score)!

Other shows include: Cartel Land (A&E), Confirmation (HBO), Grace And Frankie (Netflix), Hannibal (NBC), and Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight For Freedom (Netflix).  See the expanded list below.

The complete list of Emmy nominations are available at Emmys.com.

The 68th Emmy® Awards, including the star-studded Red Carpet preshow, will telecast from The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Sunday, September 18th (7:00-11:00 p.m. ET/4:00-8:00 p.m. PM PT) on ABC.

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