(1936 - )
'Carl Davis has made an astonishing impact on music in Britain. He has performed an integral role in the reappraisal of silent film classics, the raising to hitherto unheard of standards of the once humble television theme tune, and now as a conductor/composer in the world of symphonic music.'
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News & Reviews
Carl Davis’s epic score for the 1927 silent film of Napoléon is not only the longest ever composed, but also widely celebrated as one of the finest scores of its type. Read more
Carl Davis's 'The Last Train to Tomorrow,' about the transportation of Jewish children to England in 1938-9, recieves a standing ovation and great praise from critics. Read more