As the composer of over 200 film scores, Maurice Jarre has written for many iconic films including Doctor Zhivago, A Passage to India, Ryan’s Daughter, Witness, Ghost, Jesus of Nazareth, Fatal Attraction, The Man Who Would Be King and The Longest Day. The Theme from LAWRENCE OF ARABIA is one of the most famous and well-known pieces of film music ever composed and this critically acclaimed recording features over 50 minutes of the original score from the David Lean epic including over 20 minutes of music not featured on the original 1962 soundtrack album. Played by The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Tony Bremner.
The Silva Screen Music Group is a London based independent record company, which is home to one of the world’s leading film and television specialist soundtrack labels, Silva Screen Records. Founded by music devotee Reynold D’Silva in 1986, the group has a catalogue of over 800 titles and in excess of 10,000 master recordings, with offices in New York, Paris and Mumbai.