• The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses

    Film music soundtrack by Dan Jones.

    The epic score to the BBC’s critically-acclaimed Shakespeare film series, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Sophie Okonedo, Judy Dench and Hugh Bonneville, by multi award-winning composer Dan Jones. Including performances by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

    “Sublime”
    Euan Ferguson, The Observer

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  • Album Credits

    Music for the BBC TV series The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses by Dan Jones

    Music by Dan Jones
    Label: Wave Theory Records
    Album date: June 2016
    Recording dates: July-October 2015

    Recording studios: BBC Hoddinott Hall, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, UK
    Orchestral arrangements performed by BBC National Orchestra of Wales
    Recording engineer: Huw Thomas
    Conductor: Elizabeth Purnell
    Orchestrated by: Ben Foskett and Elizabeth Purnell
    Music Preparation: Vic Fraser
    Assistant Recording Engineers, Cardiff: Simon Smith, Dyfan Rose and Andrew Smillie.

    Additional music recorded at:
    Jones Studios. Bristol, UK.
    CNSO Studios. Prague, Czech Republic.
    Strongroom Music Studios. London, UK
    Location recordings. Cardiff, UK

    Additional music performed by:
    Violin soloist: Roger Huckle
    Shawm soloist: Ian Harrison
    Boy Trebles: Zachary Lambert, Dylan Oshneoi (directed by Dominic Neville), Tommaso Kelly (directed by Scott Price)

    Music mixed and edited at Jones Studios, Bristol, UK.
    Sound Engineer: Roberto Morlán Gómez
    Music Production Associate: Simon Birch
    Additional Music Editing: Lee Cole
    Music Production Assistant: Carlo Ippolito
    Mastered at Optimum Mastering Studios. Bristol, UK.
    Mastering Engineer: Shawn Joseph
    Album preparation: Roberto Morlán Gómez

    Special thanks to:
    Dominic Cooke, Rupert Ryles Hodges, Gareth Neame, Sam Mendes, Pippa Harris, Nick Brown and all at Neal Street.