DOCTOR WHO Season 9 Soundtrack

March 28, 2018

WHOVIAN Season 9 Soundtrack Box is set for April 27 – Also: Murray Gold is Stepping Down from Scoring DOCTOR WHO 

Silva Doctor Who S9 soundtrack

Silva Screen Records Announces they will release the DOCTOR WHO Season 9 soundtrack on April 27, 2018, both digitally and on CD. This edition will be generally available but is limited in number.  A Limited Edition CD version includes an additional booklet with Stuart Manning poster images and slipcase; while the Standard Edition is the same as the Limited only without the slipcase and additional booklet. Both editions will contain a 20-page booklet. Once the Limited Edition runs out, only the Standard Edition will be available. This all-encompassing four part collection features general cues on discs one and two, the complete score from the season’s penultimate episode “Heaven Sent” on disc three, and disc four will contain music from the Christmas Special, “The Husbands of River Song.”  The musical content is the same in both editions.  Discs 1 and 2 contain selected tracks from each episode of the 9th series; Disc 3 contains selections from “Heaven Sent,” the episode, and Disc 4 contains music from the Christmas Special, “The Husbands of River Song.”

There is no word yet when a soundtrack for Season 10, which completed its run with last December’s Christmas Special, will be arriving.

For more information and the full track list, click here


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DOCTOR WHO Composer Murray Gold to Step Down

Murray Gold

Murray Gold – Photo by Richard Ecclestone (Navymaroon)-Flickr

Silva Screen also announces that five-time BAFTA nominee Murray Gold recently confirmed that he is stepping down from composer duties on DOCTOR WHO after 12 years of providing some of the finest music to be heard on contemporary television. The Season 9 soundtrack also happens to mark the 12th Silva Screen release of Gold’s music from the 2005 revival onwards and underlines the breadth of Gold’s composing skill across over two and a half hours of music. 



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