incidental music

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music composed to accompany the action of a drama or to fill intervals between scenes

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Clausen, who composed the Fox animated show's incidental music, was told that the show was looking for "a different kind of music" moving forward, according to Variety .
The BMG acquisition itself comprises incidental music from the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary, series six, seven and eight, and the series seven Christmas special.
Incidental Music for Yo-Yo Ma also has its origins in Williams's time in Darmstadt, where he was able to initiate performative collaborations with avant-garde composers associated with the famous international summer courses there.
The second half of the program features UO student Karsten Topel mann and is based on Dmitri Shostakovich's incidental music for a 1932 production of "Hamlet.
He also composed oratorios, ballets, orchestral works, incidental music, piano pieces, songs and other music.
Sir Patrick Moore will have been smiling benevolently from above when the introductory chords of Sibelius's incidental music to Maeterlinck's play, Pelleas and Melisande, rang out as At The Castle Gate became the theme music to the BBC's The Sky at Night.
During the 20012002 academic year he lived and studied in Berlin and Leipzig as the recipient of a DAAD grant in music, during which time he wrote incidental music to David Mamet's "Duck Variations," which was performed throughout Berlin by the theater group Heimspieltheater.
The migrant writer's preoccupation with second-language competence in Incidental Music belies this novel's utterly controlled composition.
As a composer of incidental music and musical drama productions, Pone collaborated with the famous Liberated Theatre, an avant-garde stage that played a crucial role in the development of modern Czech drama, and later on with the National Theatre in Prague.
Speaking to Radio Times, Hall, 62, also responded to older viewers who hate incidental music in dramas and nature programmes.
The following afternoon, over at Birmingham Town Hall, Benjamin and OOTS will team up again for the Schumann concerto, this time flanked by Mendelssohn's Incidental Music to a Midsummer Night's Dream, and the Italian Symphony.
The variety of incidental music and tracks covering all genres ensures that the right style of music is always presented to you where and when you require it the most.
Sadly it's also got the things I've come to hate in Spooks - the incidental music composed by people who've had too much Lucozade and not enough fresh air, the duller-than-a-dayold-sandwich Dimitri and ridiculous lady spook Erin Watts in her four-inch heels.
A quartet of musicians, including local favorite Kit Craig, will provide pre-show music and incidental music throughout the evening.
Boyce would surely have loved Royal Ascot; he was widely regarded as one of the most important of English composers and wrote the incidental music for William Shakespeare's The Tempest, Romeo And Juliet and The Winter's Tale.