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Camelot (A Starz Original Series)


Download links and information about Camelot (A Starz Original Series) by Mychael Danna, Jeff Danna. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to World Music, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 48:46 minutes.

Artist: Mychael Danna, Jeff Danna
Release date: 2010
Genre: World Music, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 24
Duration: 48:46
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No. Title Length
1. Camelot Main Titles (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:35
2. Kay's Vision of His Father (featuring Adam Klemens) 2:59
3. Gawain and Arthur Duel (featuring Adam Klemens) 0:56
4. Justice Compared (featuring Adam Klemens) 2:55
5. Coronation of King Arthur (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:43
6. Drowning of Excalibur (featuring Adam Klemens) 3:52
7. Lady Ector's Funeral (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:48
8. Riding To Camelot (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:27
9. Sword of Destiny (featuring Adam Klemens) 0:39
10. Be My Light (featuring Adam Klemens) 3:19
11. Morgan and the Nun (featuring Adam Klemens) 0:41
12. Arwen's Tale of the Fire (featuring Adam Klemens) 2:02
13. The Great Hall At Camelot (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:46
14. View From the Battlements (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:14
15. The Beach (featuring Adam Klemens) 2:56
16. The Nun Arrives (featuring Adam Klemens) 0:58
17. Did They Spare Her? (featuring Adam Klemens) 3:13
18. Death of Guinivere's Father (featuring Adam Klemens) 2:27
19. Morgan's Council (featuring Adam Klemens) 2:24
20. A Village Protected (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:58
21. Court At Pendragon (featuring Adam Klemens) 2:30
22. Souls of the Departed (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:45
23. Merlin's Story of the Sword (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:55
24. Kay Arrives At His Father's House (featuring Adam Klemens) 1:44



2011’s historical/fantasy/television drama Camelot, which was based around the Arthurian legend and promised to "redefine the classic medieval tale of King Arthur,” featured music composed by brothers Mychael and Jeff Danna, both of whom shared a pedigree that was equally steeped in contemporary and traditional folk and classical music. Similar in tone and scope to Trevor Morris' Emmy-winning score for the Showtime TV series The Tudors, the Danna siblings blended early music with the lush orchestrations of modern-day film composition, resulting in a deeply atmospheric, Celtic, and new age-inspired collection of music that managed to hold up extremely well on its own.