DR WHO 50th ANNIVERSARY PROMS - LONDON 2013

November 23, 2013 – 7:23 am

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Dr Who 50th Anniversary Proms [no label, 2CD]
Ben Foster (conductor)
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
London Philharmonic Choir

Live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK; July 13, 2013. Excellent digital radio broadcast. Presented by Louise Fryer.

The 50th anniversary episode of Dr Who, The Day Of The Doctor, will be broadcast in the UK and various parts of the world on November 23, 2013.

Here’s one for all Dr Who fans… May The Tardis land near you!

Doctor Who returns to the Proms to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the popular BBC series. As well as showcasing Murray Gold’s music from the past eight years, the concert also journeys back to the early days of Doctor Who and the groundbreaking work of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Featuring special guests from the series, big screens and a host of monsters ready to invade the Royal Albert Hall.

Thanks to RamesesII who recorded the show and shared the tracks at Dime.

Lineage:
Digital Radio Broadcast (BBC 3) > line in > pockettrak w24 > 16 bit wave file > USB transfer to pc > split into tracks with CDWav > TLH conversion to flac level 8
Broadcast codec: mp2 bitrate: 192kbps

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (224 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Introduction 4:09 (7.0MB)
Track 102. The Madman With A Box - Composer: Murray Gold 3:12 (5.4MB)
Track 103. I Am The Doctor – Composer: Murray Gold 5:14 (8.8MB)
(featuring Matt Smith’s speech from The Pandorica Opens)
Track 104. The Doctor and Clara Outside The Royal Albert Hall 1:41 (2.8MB)
Track 105. The Doctor and Clara Arrive In The Orchestra At The Royal Albert Hall 2:24 (4.0MB)
Track 106. Carmen Suite No. 2 - Habenera - Composer: Georges Bizet 2:10 (3.6MB)
Track 107. Madame Vastra and Strax 2:46 (4.6MB)
Track 108. The Companions Suite (Rose, Martha, Donna and Amy) - Composer: Murray Gold 7:25 (12.5MB)
Track 109. Strax 1:02 (1.7MB)
Track 110. Cyber Shard - Composer: Murray Gold 5:09 (8.7MB)
Track 111. Madame Vastra and Strax 1:58 (3.3MB)
Track 112. The Toccata From Toccata And Fugue In D Minor, BMW 565 - Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach 4:17 (7.2MB)
Track 113. The Final Chapter Of Amelia Pond - Composer: Murray Gold 6:38 (11.1MB)
Track 114. Madame Vastra and Strax 1:37 (2.7MB)
Track 115. The Rings Of Akhaten - Composer: Murray Gold 8:35 (14.4MB)

The Soundworld Of Dr Who (19 mins, arbitrarily split for easier access)
Track 116. Soundworld - Part 1 7:51 (13.2MB)
Track 117. Soundworld - Part 2 11:24 (19.1MB)

The Soundworld Of Dr Who was first broadcast on July 13, 2013. Doctor Who enthusiast/BBC presenter Matthew Sweet and guests look back over 50 years of the BBC series. Recorded at the Royal College of Music.

Disc 2
Track 201. Introduction 2:59 (5.0MB)
Track 202. All The Strange, Strange Creatures - Composer: Murray Gold 3:49 (6.4MB)
Track 203. The 11th Doctor Matt Smith 1:41 (2.8MB)
Track 204. The Impossible Girl - Composer: Murray Gold 4:04 (6.8MB)
Track 205. Jenna Coleman (The Doctor’s Companion Clara Oswald) 1:25 (2.4MB)
Track 206.  La Fille Aux Cheveux De Lin (The Girl With The Flaxen Hair) - Composer: Claude Debussy 3:00 (5.0MB)
Track 207. The 5th Doctor Peter Davison 2:49 (4.7MB)
Track 208. Classic Doctor Who Medley - Arranger: Mark Ayres 8:14 (13.8MB)
Track 209. Madame Vastra and Strax Introduce Doctor Who ‘Create A Soundtrack’ Competition Winners 1:50 (3.1MB)
Track 210. Senior Competition Winners’ Soundtrack - Gabe Stone and Matthew Owen 1:54 (3.2MB)
Track 211. Junior Competition Winners’ Soundtrack - William Davenport and Jordan Picken 1:37 (2.7MB)
Track 212. First There Were Daleks - Composer: Murray Gold 8:39 (14.5MB)
Track 213. Carole Ann Ford (The First Doctor’s Granddaughter Susan Foreman) 3:14 (5.4MB)
Track 214. The Name Of The Doctor - Composer: Murray Gold 7:57 (13.4MB)
Track 215. The Doctor and Clara 1:14 (2.1MB)
Track 216. Song For Fifty - Composer: Murray Gold (World Premiere) 11:22 (19.1MB)
Track 217. The Doctor and Clara 1:45 (2.9MB)
Track 218. Vale Decem - Composer: Murray Gold 3:47 (6.3MB)
Track 219. The Doctor Who Theme - Composer: Ron Grainer 1:48 (3.0MB)
Track 220. Outro 1:43 (2.9MB)

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  1. 13 Responses to “DR WHO 50th ANNIVERSARY PROMS - LONDON 2013”

  2. Thanks, bigO!

    By NAMoosedog on Nov 23, 2013

  3. since theres never been a styx or reo speedwagon item posted on bigo i figured i would post this here so ppl see it -

    http://ultimateclassicrock.com/styx-reo-speedwagon-tornado-benefit/

    By darth on Nov 24, 2013

  4. why, darth, why? I’m not seeing any connection here.

    By atrabilious on Nov 24, 2013

  5. good question. the only people who would care are fans of the bands who live near the arena.

    By barth on Nov 24, 2013

  6. the only people who would care about an reo speedwagon show are those with ktel records at the front of their collection.
    In other words,tin eared morons.

    By gary lee on Nov 24, 2013

  7. To paraphrase X, darth is desperate, get used to it.

    By The Painfully Obvious Truth on Nov 24, 2013

  8. for darth and other tin earred tuna.

    tp://www.spirit-of-metal.com/discographie-groupe-REO_Speedwagon-type-Albums-l-pt.html

    By gary lee on Nov 24, 2013

  9. darth doesn’t actually care about music, just hoards it.

    By The Painfully Obvious Truth on Nov 25, 2013

  10. there actually is a direct link between the Dr Who show, REO Speedwagon and Styx: in an earlier episode, the Doctor goes back in time to prevent the birth of REO Speedwagon and Styx, but when the moment presents itself, the Doctor ponders whether he morally has the right to end an entire race of REO Speedwagon and Styx, no matter how evil they are. Or was that the Daleks?

    By E on Nov 26, 2013

  11. darth is actually a dalek (something very bothersome and just keeps showing up much to everyone’s disgust).

    By datdemdar on Nov 27, 2013

  12. I like Daleks better.

    By datdemdar on Nov 27, 2013

  13. Dartheks do not answer human questions

    By Darthek on Nov 28, 2013

  14. this reads like an unreleased captain beefheart monologue, lmao!

    By barth on Dec 4, 2013

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