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Music from Macbeth

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Music from Macbeth

Music from Macbeth
Film score by Third Ear Band
Released 1972
Recorded Air Studios, London, 1971
Genre Progressive rock
Length 43:42
Label Harvest Records (original release)
BGO Records (1990 reissue)
Blueprint Records (reissue)
Producer Andrew King and Third Ear Band
Third Ear Band chronology
Abelard and Heloise
Music from Macbeth

Music from Macbeth is a 1972 album by progressive-rock band Third Ear Band. It consists of the soundtrack from Roman Polanski's 1971 film Macbeth, an adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Macbeth.

Track listing

  1. "Overture" – 4:20
  2. "The Beach" – 1:54
  3. "Lady Macbeth" – 1:47
  4. "Inverness: Macbeth's Return/The Preparation/Fanfare/Duncan's Arrival" – 5:00
  5. "The Banquet" – 1:21
  6. "Dagger and Death" – 2:49
  7. "At the Well/The Princes's Escape/Coronation/Come Sealing Night" – 3:03
  8. "Court Dance" – 2:28
  9. "Fleance" – 4:02
  10. "Grooms' Dance" – 4:21
  11. "Bear Baiting" – 1:10
  12. "Ambush/Banquo's Ghost" – 2:27
  13. "Going to Bed/Blind Man's Buff/Requiescant/Sere and Yellow Leaf" – 3:04
  14. "The Cauldron" – 2:39
  15. "Prophesies" – 1:53
  16. "Wicca Way" – 1:24

(All compositions by Bridges, Sweeney, Minns, and Buckmaster.)


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