Globus Music

Globus (music)

Globus (sometimes under the name Immediate Music) is the commercial name of a mix of producers, musicians and vocalists from the prominent movie trailer music production company Immediate Music. The lead composers are Yoav Goren and Jeffrey Fayman.

Globus was launched in 2006 in response to an influx of requests to Immediate Music to make their distinctive, rousing orchestral cues available to the general public by means of a conventional CD release.

Globus' live world premiere took place in The Grand Hall, Wembley, London, on 26 July 2006 and an album was released in August of that year. Feeder's Mark Richardson is featured on drums.

Epicon

Epicon is Globus' debut album and was released in the UK only in 2006. The album was distributed in the United States in August 2008. The "Live at Wembley" DVD was made available for purchase on July 29 2008.

Track listing and source tracks

  1. "Preliator" - source track "Lacrimosa"
  2. "Mighty Rivers Run" - source track "Where Mighty Rivers Run"
  3. "Prelude (On Earth As In Heaven)" - source track "Prelude"
  4. "Spiritus Khayyam" - source track "Spiritus Sancte" and "Spiritus Elektros"
  5. "La Coronacion" - source track "Coronation"
  6. "Europa" - source track "Electric Romeo"
  7. "Diem Ex Dei" - source track "Lucius Dei"
  8. "Orchard Of Mines" - source track "Serenata"
  9. "Crusaders Of The Light" - source track "Crusade"
  10. "Madre Terra" - source track "Holy"
  11. "Illumination" - source track "Euphrates"
  12. "Take Me Away" - source track "Armed by Faith"
  13. "Sarabande Suite (Aeternae)" - source track "Angel Terreste", "Redeemer" and "Strength and Honor" - largely based on Leonard Rosenman's film arrangement of G.F. Handel's "Sarabande" for the motion picture "Barry Lyndon" (1975)
  14. "Porque Te Vas (Globus Version)"

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