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Murder at the Symphony

Michael Møller, Christine Nonbo Andersen, Kira Skov, Christina Åstrand
Danish National Symphony Orchestra
Sarah Hicks

A dangerous concert experience with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra...

The music performed at the concerts were soundtracks from blood dripping stories, movies and TV series such as Psycho, Vertigo, The Silence of the Lambs, Twin Peaks and the Godfather.

”Murder at the Symphony” is an original production by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Conceptual design and executive producer: Nicolai Abrahamsen


Nikko Weidemann, Mario Kamien, Tom Tykwer: Babylon Berlin, zu Asche, zu Staub; Bernard Herrmann: Vertigo, Prelude, Psycho - The Madhouse - the Murder; Nick Cave: Where the wild roses grow; Nino Rota: The Godfather, Orchestral suite; Richard Rodney Bennett: Murder on the Orient express, Waltz; Johnny Greenwood: There will be blood, Open Spaces; Angelo Badalamenti: Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with me, Sycamore trees, Twin Peaks: Laura Palmer's Theme, Twin Peaks: Twin Peak's Theme; Nicklas Schmidt: A Conspiracy of Faith; Leonard Cohen: True Detective, Nevermind; Hans Zimmer: The Da Vinci Code, Chevaliers de Sangreal; Choir of Young Believers: Broen, Hollow talk; Max Bruch: Violin Concerto, solo intro; Hans Zimmer: Sherlock Holmes, Discombobulate


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Orchestral Music
80 mins
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