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SILED4833 The Witness For The Prosecution

The Witness For The Prosecution
The Witness For The
Prosecution

Paul Englishby


In his soundtrack Paul strived to create a distinctive sound. He succeeded in producing a musical world that complements and underlines the emotional and key plot developments. Live musicians and electronically manipulated textures bring a timeless quality to the sound. Paul explains: “In one scene you hear a gramophone record playing. I’ve taken that, reversed it and slowed it down so that when you see the dead body for the first time, the record that’s been playing can be heard warped and backwards which signals to the audience that something’s wrong. This mixed with the orchestra gives the programme a unique sound, rather than sounding like a period score.”

Paul Englishby writes music for diverse media – Film, Theatre, TV, Dance and the Concert Hall. Paul is best known for his Emmy Award winning jazz inflected music to David Hare’s Page Eight, his heart pounding music for BBC’s The Musketeers, his beautiful orchestral score to the OSCAR Nominated An Education (screenplay by Nick Hornby), the BAFTA nominated music for the BBC’s Luther series starring Idris Elba, as well as his many scores for the Royal Shakespeare Company with whom Paul is an Associate Artist. His recent scores include Decline and Fall for BBC 1, The Tempest for the RSC, the film A Royal Night Out directed by Julian Jarrold and the plays The Audience and Skylight, which were smash hits in the west end and on Broadway.

1 Opening
2 Backstage
3 Romaine
4 Let Me Call You Sweetheart
5 Murder
6 Mayhew
7 Memory of their Son
8 Describe the Evening
9 Did He Seduce Her?
10 He’s All I’m Thinking About
11 He Didn’t Come Back
12 To Court
13 Hang
14 Investigating
15 Who’s There?
16Witness Theme
17 Battlefield
18 What Do You Know?
19 You Came Home
20 Truth
21 Revenge
22 She’s a Liar
23 Your Hands
24 Mimi
25 Guilty
26 Hail Mary
27 Revealed
28 For You
29 The End
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