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Here are the most epic scores in modern cinema. Filled with sweeping string sections and thunderous percussion, this is the perfect playlist for saving the world, preparing for battle, or staring up in awe at something miraculous.
In an industry dominated by a few A-list composers, these artists and their dramatic, modern film scores stand at the vanguard; cool and provocative music from cool and provocative films.
Here are some recent and memorable film scores from powerhouse composers like Hans Zimmer, Howard Shore and Thomas Newman.
Highlights from the greatest film scores of all-time, as determined by the American Film Institute.
What do Daft Punk, Neil Young, and David Byrne have in common? They all make music for films. These tracks were composed by accomplished pop or rock artists who have transitioned into the world of film scoring.
From the sumptuous '50s through the swinging '60s to the funky, sexy '70s, European soundtrack composers were at the cutting edge of film music. Explore this sometimes campy, often beautiful musical world, where the music was often better than the movies.
Evocative soundtrack cues and original songs from Italian genre cinema of the '60's, '70s and '80s -- a playlist for ruthless gunfighters, rogue cops, super spies, zombies, cannibals, and sexy go go girls.
Italy has produced some of wildest, scariest horror films ever, and their soundtracks prove equally outré and terrifying. Listen to some of the best cues from these Italian "giallo" classics.
Here are the most revered, referenced, and beloved film scores from some of Hollywood's most legendary composers.
These creepy and ominous textures from contemporary horror films and video games will provoke the worst kind of fear.
When you're fighting a daunting foe, nothing beats bold orchestral backing. Well, except maybe the occasional stirring electronic setting. These epic movie tracks are perfect for heading into a massive life-or-death battle.
Soundtrack your (fantasy) football memories in glorious slow-motion with these classic Hollywood and NFL Films soundtracks.
Geek out these highly energetic and foreboding scores from your favorite superhero movies.
Wendy Carlos and Vangellis' synthesized scores for classic films like "A Clockwork Orange" and "Blade Runner" helped to inspire the birth of popular electronic music, whose superstars recently began returning the favor with their own film scores.
Save the world. Get the girl. Make a quip. These pounding, adrenaline-soaked scores from the most iconic action films of the past twenty years will get your blood pumping.
A collection of the greatest Western movies scores, from Hollywood's Golden Age to the Spaghetti Westerns of the '60s, and even some from modern-day classics.
Music from and inspired by the James Bond film series, the classic film scores of John Barry, and the works of original Bond author Ian Fleming.
While "The Artist" looked back to Hollywood's silent film era (1920s), the film's composer, Ludovic Bource, drew inspiration from the composers of Hollywood's Golden Age (1930s-'50s).
A collection of original scores created for video games. From the more simplistic motifs of Donkey Kong to the full blown orchestral sounds of Gears of War.
In honor of Friday, July 13th, here are the hair-raising, spine-tingling, and blood-curdling scores of the most iconic horror movies ever made. Mwahahaha!