The Fall of the House of Usher – 8th title in the Optical Music Series.
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In The Nursery – 1961 – new albumJuly 21, 2017
1961 is a special year.
Not only is it a rare strobogrammatic number (the next will be 6009) but it is also the birth year of the twin brothers Nigel & Klive Humberstone.
For their new studio album, In The Nursery have taken inspiration from the historic, literary and personal events of 1961.
Artist: In The......
ITN to perform The Fall of the House of Usher live at BIFFOctober 10, 2016
European Premiere of ITN’s new live score @ WGT 2016May 6, 2016
Bach InterpretationsAugust 24, 2015
In 2004 In The Nursery were invited to compose and perform their own interpretations of works by JS Bach for the ‘Bach Alternative Compositions on Historical Basis’ event in Leipzig.ITN578 ITN564 ITN1067 Intro / Overture & Saraband ITN1067 Overture 2 ITN1067 Overture 3 / Reprise & Finale ITN1067 Rondeau
The original and unreleased studio recordings are now available to download exclusively......
The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari – the full scoreJuly 16, 2015
In The Nursery have made available the full score of their seminal soundtrack The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari – first released on CD in 1996.
The digital album release features a number of tracks omitted from the original CD plus re-edited cues – all designed to synchronise with DVD versions of the film (Eureka Classics......
Stone BruisesJuly 16, 2015
In The Nursery continue their collaborations with Simon Beckett. They were asked by the author to create a special piece of music to help promote his new standalone thriller Stone Bruises.
The work can be purchased as a high quality lossless download at the In The Nursery Bandcamp page....
The Fall of the House of UsherJuly 1, 2015
In The Nursery’s new score is designed to accompany Jean Epstein & Luis Bunuel’s 1928 interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic tale of paranoia and suspense. Polish-born director Jean Epstein was heavily influenced by French Impressionism, as well as the conventions of German Expressionism. The Fall of......