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‘Hannibal’ Season 2 Soundtrack Available Today, Music By Critically-Acclaimed Composer Brian Reitzell

“Brian Reitzell’s score for ‘Hannibal’ is the greatest TV scoring job since Angelo Badalamenti’s ‘Twin Peaks.'” Matt Zoller Seitz (Film & TV critic, RogerEbert.com, NYmag.com,  author

Hannibal Season 2 (Original Television Soundtrack)
Volume 1 and Volume 2 are available today on iTunes.  Download the critically-acclaimed music by Composer Brian Reitzell.  The CD for Season 2 will be available on September 23.  Stay tuned for NBC’s Hannibal when it returns in early 2015!

Download The Albums!

Hannibal Season 2 Soundtrack Volume 1: iTunes | Pre-order CD
Hannibal Season 2 Soundtrack Volume 2: iTunes | Pre-order CD


Preview Season 2 Tracks:

Lakeshore Records: Hannibal (Original Television Soundtrack) Season Two Music By Brian Reitzell

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‘Houdini’ Score By John Debney On Lakeshore Records, History Channel Miniseries On Labor Day!

Lakeshore Records is pleased to announce the release of Houdini (Original Television Soundtrack), the soundtrack album to the History® television miniseries starring Academy Award-winning actor Adrien Brody.  Houdini airs over two nights beginning September 1.

Houdini Original Score is by Academy Award-nominee John Debney.  The album is available digitally on Tuesday, August 26, and the CD will be available on September 30. 

Lakeshore Records: Houdini (Original Television Soundtrack)

Houdini stars Academy Award-winning actor Adrien Brody (The Grand Budapest HotelThe Pianist) as the famous escape artist, Harry Houdini, and Kristen Connolly (House of Cards, The Cabin in the Woods) plays his wife, Bess.  History® is known for delivering top-rated historical-themed documentaries and series such as the Academy Award-winning Gettysburg and the Emmy Award-winning Hatfields & McCoys (scored by John Debney and Tony Morales).  Tune in to Houdin for this two-night television event, airing on Labor Day, September 1 at 9/8c on History®.

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