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After starting out as member of Kenneth Branagh’s repertory company, Scotsman Patrick Doyle is one of today’s most in-demand film composers.
From the moment that Much Ado’s sunny, joyful overture strikes up, Doyle’s life-affirming music establishes itself as one of the great soundtracks of the 1990s. As in Branagh’s Henry V, the composer also makes an appearance in the film - as a solo vocalist, performing the haunting ‘Pardon Goddess of the Night’ and ‘Sigh No More Ladies.’ An essential addition to any soundtrack collection.
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