Silva Screen have announced details and the tracklisting for next month’s release, Doctor Who – The 50th Anniversary Collection: Original Television Soundtrack. The 4CD set features music from every Doctor’s era of Doctor Who and is released on Dec 12. Check out the details below:

The most comprehensive collection of soundtracks from Doctor Who ever assembled, this 4 CD set is a musical journey
through time and a fascinating insight into the history and development
of television music from experimental beginnings to today’s hugely
popular orchestrated scores by Murray Gold.

DISC ONE 1963 – 1974

THE FIRST DOCTOR – WILLIAM HARTNELL
An Unearthly Child (1963)
The Daleks (1963)
The Edge Of Destruction (1964)
The Keys Of Marinus (1964)
The Chase (1965)
Galaxy 4 (1965)
The Daleks’ Master Plan (1965)
The Gunfighters (1966)
The Tenth Planet (1966)

THE SECOND DOCTOR – PATRICK TROUGHTON
The Macra Terror (1967)
The Tomb Of The Cybermen (1967)
The Web Of Fear (1968)
Fury From The Deep (1968)
The Wheel In Space (1968)
The Dominators (1968)
The Mind Robber (1968)
The Invasion (1968)
The Krotons (1968)
The Seeds Of Death (1969)
The War Games (1969)


THE THIRD DOCTOR – JON PERTWEE
The Mind Of Evil (1971)
The Claws Of Axos (1971)
The Sea Devils (1972)
The Mutants (1972)
Frontier In Space (1973)
Death To The Daleks (1974)
Planet Of The Spiders (1974)

DISC TWO 1974 – 1984

THE FOURTH DOCTOR – TOM BAKER
The Ark In Space (1975)
Revenge Of The Cybermen (1975)
Terror Of The Zygons (1975)
The Android Invasion (1975)
The Brain Of Morbius (1975)
The Seeds Of Doom (1976)
The Masque Of Mandragora (1976)
The Invasion Of Time (1978)
The Leisure Hive (1980)
Full Circle (1980)
The Keeper Of Traken (1981)
Logopolis (1981)


THE FIFTH DOCTOR – PETER DAVISON
Castrovalva (1982)
Four To Doomsday (1982)
Earthshock (1982)
Mawdryn Undead (1983)
The Five Doctors (1983)
Warriors Of The Deep (1984)
Resurrection Of The Daleks (1984)
The Caves Of Androzani (1984)

DISC THREE 1984 – 1996

THE SIXTH DOCTOR – COLIN BAKER
The Twin Dilemma (1984)
The Mark Of The Rani (1985)
The Two Doctors (1985)
Timelash (1985)
Revelation Of The Daleks (1985)
The Trial Of A Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet (1986)
The Trial Of A Time Lord: Terror Of The Vervoids (1986)
The Trial Of A Time Lord: The Ultimate Foe (1986)

THE SEVENTH DOCTOR – SYLVESTER McCOY
Time And The Rani (1987)
Delta And The Bannermen (1987)
Dragonfire (1987)
Remembrance Of The Daleks (1988)
The Greatest Show In The Galaxy (1988)
Battlefield (1989)
The Curse Of Fenric (1989)
Survival (1989)

THE EIGHTH DOCTOR – PAUL MCGANN
Doctor Who – The Television Movie (1996)

DISC FOUR 2005 – 2013

THE NINTH DOCTOR – CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON
The End Of The World (2005)

THE TENTH DOCTOR – DAVID TENNANT
Doomsday (2006)
The Runaway Bride (2006)
Smith And Jones (2007)
Gridlock (2007)
The Sound Of Drums / The Last Of The Time Lords (2007)
The Stolen Earth / Journey’s End (2008)
The End Of Time (2009)

THE ELEVENTH DOCTOR – MATT SMITH
The Eleventh Hour (2010)
The Beast Below (2010)
A Good Man Goes To War (2011)
The Wedding Of River Song (2011)
A Christmas Carol (2010)
Asylum Of The Daleks (2012)
The Angels Take Manhattan (2012)
The Bells Of Saint John (2013)
The Rings Of Akhaten (2013)

Music by: RON GRAINER / DELIA DERBYSHIRE / TRISTRAM CARY /
DUDLEY SIMPSON / DON HARPER / CAREY BLYTON / MALCOLM CLARKE / GEOFFREY
BURGON / PETER HOWELL / PADDY KINGSLAND / ROGER LIMB / JONATHAN GIBBS /
ELIZABETH PARKER / DOMINIC GLYNN / KEFF MCCULLOCH / MARK AYRES / JOHN
DEBNEY / MURRAY GOLD

Special Sound by: BRIAN HODGSON & DICK MILLS, BBC RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP

Thanks to Silva Screen

 

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Cameron K McEwan was the first owner and site editor of Blogtor Who since its creation in May 2008 until Dec 2015. A lifelong Doctor Who fan, Cameron has also written two books, The Who’s Who of Doctor Who and Doctor Who: The Big Book of Lists, and directed a film all about Doctor Who fans throughout the years, Who’s Changing - An Adventure In Time With Fans. Cameron also contributes TV and film news and reviews to BBC Radio London, Metro, Digital Spy, New York Observer and Den of Geek. He lives in London with his one trousers.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Eccleston's is pathetic. There are plenty of other choices to choose from. Dalek, Father's Day, Empty Child/Doctor Dances, and of course Bad Wolf/Parting of the Ways.

  2. To be fair, Rings of Akhaten *was* a musical episode in a way so it's unsurprising to see it here whatever you think of it.
    But really, I must agree with the Eccleston comment. Is that it?

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