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DISC: 1

1. Babylon Berlin: Zu Asche, Zu Staub
2. Vertigo: Prelude
3. Psycho: The Madhouse - the Murder
4. Where the Wild Roses Grow
5. The Godfather: Orchestral Suite
6. Murder on the Orient Express: Waltz
7. There Will Be Blood: Open Spaces
8. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Sycamore Trees
9. Twin Peaks: Laura Palmer's Theme - Twin Peaks' Theme
10. A Conspiracy of Faith
11. True Detective: Nevermind
12. The Da Vinci Code: Chevaliers de Sangreal
13. Broen: Hollow Talk
14. Sherlock Holmes: Discombobulate

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A dangerous concert experience with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. Murder at the Symphony is next in line in their conceptual series, with another exciting concert full of mystery, thrill and popular film music. The Danish National Symphony Orchestra manages to merge the boundaries between classical music and film music like hardly any other orchestra. Discover soundtracks from blood dripping movies and TV series such as Psycho, Vertigo, The Silence of the Lambs, Twin Peaks and Babylon Berlin. It includes an extraordinary interpretation of the hit single Where the Wild Roses Grow, the most successful single release by Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds feat. Kylie Minogue. It also features the theme song Open Spaces from movie drama There will be Blood scored by Radiohead's lead guitarist and keyboardist Johnny Greenwood. The concert includes soundtracks from hit composers such as Leonard Cohen, Hans Zimmer, Bernard Herrmann and Nino Rota.