Garbo: The Spy (Fernando Velázquez)

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SCORE NOMINATED FOR THE INTERNATIONAL FILM MUSIC CRITICS ASSOCIATION AWARD FOR ‘BEST DOCUMENTARY MUSIC’

Acclaimed composer Fernando Velázquez’ score for Edmon Roch’s exciting documentary about “The Man Who Saved the World” – counterspy Joan Pujol, also known as Garbo – is a beautifully engaging chamber jazz score which is built around an infectious main theme.

Velázquez builds his variations around this theme with a small jazz combo and a small chamber orchestra, resulting in a score that is as quirky and unique as the film’s main character himself. The album also features a couple of songs by RiP and also Velazquez’s own song ‘Mars in Ball” with the composer himself on vocals.

MMS10013 • GARBO: THE SPY (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Music Composed by FERNANDO VELÁZQUEZ
Release date: July 13, 2010

TRACK LISTING

1 The Man Who Saved the World 1.34
2 Garbo: The Spy 1.58
3 Spanish Civil War 1.30
4 Don Quijote 0.47
5 Lisbon Lies 1.23
6 Malta Siege 2.31
7 The Nazi Menace 1.15
8 The Illusive Spy 2.02
9 The Early Years: Barcelona 1.35
10 The Net in Motion 3.30
11 My Contribution to Humankind 0.59
12 Garbo’s Vivace 1.39
13 Operation Dream 1.44
14 Network of Spies 1.09
15 Assignment: Venezuela 2.00
16 Road to Caracas 1.19
17 Peccatoribus (Non Est Qui Adjuvet) 4.00
18 Nihil Sum 5.55
19 Mars in Ball 2.04
20 End Credits: Garbo’s Theme 4.52

    Garbo: The Spy (Fernando Velázquez)