Score Music Description

A score is original music written specifically to accompany a dramatic presentation, such as a movie, television program, play, or video game. In the case of a medium recorded on film or video, the written score may be recorded and used as part of the soundtrack, which also includes dialogue and/or sound effects. Alternatively, the written score may be re-recorded for release to the public, so that the released recording is separate from the soundtrack. For example, John Williams's Star Wars is a score used as a film soundtrack. Franz Waxman's The Bride Of Frankenstein is a newly recorded version of the original score, and is not a film soundtrack. Cecil Payne's The Connection was written as the score for a play.

Find the film that the albums are associated with on Filmogs and add a link to the soundtrack or score on the Film page. For example: Jackie Brown on Filmogs and Discogs


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