“Brian Reitzell’s score for HANNIBAL is the greatest TV scoring job since Angelo Badalamenti’s TWIN PEAKS.” – Matt Zoller Seitz, editor-in-chief at rogerebert.com, and the television critic for NYMag.com.
Lakeshore Records is pleased to announce our collaboration with Brian Reitzell, composer of NBC’s critically acclaimed series, Hannibal, starring Hugh Dancy, Caroline Dhavernas, Laurence Fishburne and Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter. Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack albums for both Season One and Season Two of the TV series.
Brian Reitzell is well known as the go-to Music Supervisor and musical collaborator on the films of Sofia Coppola such as Lost In Translation, The Virgin Suicides, Marie Antoinette and The Bling Ring. He is also known for his unique work as a composer on the films 30 Days of Night and Starz’s television series Boss featuring rare performances by Mark Holis (Talk Talk) and Jim James (My Morning Jacket) as well as a reworking of “Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down” by Robert Plant and Band Of Joy.
In addition to his current television score work on Hannibal, Mr. Reitzell scored Watch Dogs a video game/soundtrack for Ubisoft Games, and released a solo album titled Auto Music through Norwegian label Smalltown Supersound.
Hannibal Season One, Volumes 1 & 2 will be available digitally on Tuesday, August 5th. Hannibal Season Two, Volumes 1 & 2 will be released digitally on Tuesday, September 2nd, just in time for the Hannibal Season Two DVD release on Tuesday, September 9th. CD release dates and track listings will be announced shortly!
Read about more soundtrack composers on Lakeshore Records’ Composer Interviews page.
I have added screen captures of Hugh’s scenes from the animated film Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return to our photo archive. Hugh voices the character Marshal Mallow in the film. It releases to DVD and Bluray August 26, 2014. You can pre-order it on amazon here or purchase the soundtrack in which Hugh sings the song Even Then on amazon here.
In Focus: Acting
“You can never perfect what we do…It’s that constant pursuit of the unobtainable which is kind of magic really and should keep us motivated to try better.”
Watch as Benedict Cumberbatch, James McAvoy, Colin Farrell, Jim Broadbent & Hugh Dancy offer their advice for aspiring actors.
I have added two additional episode stills from 2.11 Kō No Mono to our photo archive. Thank you to farfarawaysite.com for the images.