The Little Wizard (Marc Timón Barceló & Miguel Cordeiro)

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The score for The Little Wizard represents an excellent collaboration between two up and coming composers and I have no doubt that it serves as great background music for the movie. (Melissa Minners, G-Pop)

Nominated for the Jerry Goldsmith Award at the International Film Music Festival in Cordoba as well as the Spanish Film Music Critics Award, the original orchestral score for the Spanish family animation The Little Wizard is a truly outstanding and impressive achievement by up and coming composers Marc Timón Barceló and Miguel Cordeiro. Any fan of big, classical and thematic film music will love this score which features a striking main theme in waltz meter, many exciting action scherzos and an abundance of engaging melodic writing. Purely orchestral with additional choral colours in places, this score deservers an international audience although the film itself has only been released in Spain so far.

The film premiered at the San Sebastian International Film Festival in September and gets its theatrical release in Spain on November 15. Enjoy one of the best film scores of the year!

MMS13017/KRONCD027 • THE LITTLE WIZARD (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Music Composed by MARC TIMÓN BARCELÓ and MIGUEL CORDEIRO
Release date (digital): November 26, 2013
Release date (CD): November 26, 2013

TRACK LIST

1  The Little Wizard (Main Theme) 2:43
2 The Wickedness of Bishop Juan 2:32
3 Naughty Tricks 1:34
4 The Vikings Attack 1:32
5 Destreza: The Northern Girl 2:26
6 Snow Spell 3:42
7 The Adventures of Sorcerer Verdial 2:30
8 Kids Game 1:40
9 The Best Kept Secret 1:50
10 Vanesa: The Goose With the Green Scarf 1:42
11 The Escape 1:20
12 Sarah’s Poisoned Witchcraft 2:20
13 Auto-da-fé 3:16
14 The Trap 1:50
15 The Final Battle 3:00
16 Dubidoso’s Mother 2:58
17 The Strength of the Goldfinches 3:28
18 The Little Wizard 1:00

    The Little Wizard (Marc Timón Barceló & Miguel Cordeiro)