Yoda Remixed (Feel the Force)

From the creator of the Symphony of Science comes this rather entertaining Yoda remix. Who would have know that Yoda was so musical?

Rocky IV: The Musical

Here’s yet another masterpiece from the guy who brought us Terminator 2: The Opera, Conan: The Musical, and Predator: The Musical. Enjoy “Drago, Yo, You Killed Apollo!” from Rocky IV.

Fear of the Dark

It sure has been a while since I’ve posted something, much less any music, so here’s Van Canto’s cover of Iron Maiden’s Fear of the Dark. This cover is from their 2008 album Hero, and is arguably better than the original. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9KcMPGlZ_s Hero is available from record stores, iTunes, and Amazon.

Le Wrath di Khan

I posted this short video a long time ago, but it has since mysteriously disappeared from YouTube, so I see no reason to not post it again. 🙂 This video requires no introduction, unless you’ve never seen Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan.

Latin Disco Jaws

I noticed this gem yesterday hiding in my old university’s music library. Yep, it’s a Jazz arrangement of themes from the score for Jaws 2, by John Williams, set in a “Latin Disco Feeling.” Sure, I could probably find some recordings of it, but I think it’s more fun to just imagine the famous Jaws […]

Death is the Road to Awe

Darren Aronofsky is a masterful filmmaker, and The Fountain is no exception, but I can’t image what his films would be like without the emotional scoring of Clint Mansell. Death is the Road to Awe pretty much encompasses the depth of the entire score and slowly builds in intensity towards the film’s climax. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihF_aXi-Huk The […]

Anima Mechanicae

Just a few days ago, Sarah premiered her latest string quartet piece, Anima Mechanicae: Soul of the Machine, “dedicated to the computers and robots of the future, who long to dream as the humans do.” You can hear the full composition in the video below. In case you’re wondering, Sarah is the violinist closest to […]

Prospero’s Magic

I’m generally a pretty big fan of Michael Nyman, but for some reason I find the original soundtrack from Prospero’s Books to be a bit thin, which is why I was glad to find a full orchestral rendition of a few pieces by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in an album that was released to feature […]