I seriously just started crying my eyes out while watching Doctor Who at the Proms.

hushsoundislove:

I seriously just started crying my eyes out while watching Doctor Who at the Proms. 

Vincent’s music is just so beautiful… 

GAH. 

BBC America to air Doctor Who Prom (2010) as part of their DW Marathon this weekend.
So we were looking at the BBC America lineup for the Doctor Who Marathon this weekend when we came across this bit:

BBC America is going to air the 2010 Doctor Who Prom on American television! (and they didn’t tell us probably b/c we would have yelled and danced and sang like one of those impossible scenes from Glee where they all do a musical number in the middle of the cafeteria and everyone is just there but if it happened in real life the whole thing would just feel a bit put on and hawkward — that’s what it would be like. Wait a sec… we wrote this in the post? This wasn’t in a tag? Oh this is just hawkward as well.)
Anyway, it’s on at 10am Saturday on BBC America.
For info on what the Doctor Who Prom is, we consulted the website known as ‘Please read: a personal appeal from' (aka Wikipedia):

The Doctor Who Prom 2010 was a concert showcasing incidental music from the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, along with classical music, performed as part of the BBC's Proms series of concerts. The concert was performed on 24 and 25 July 2010 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and was hosted by actors Matt Smith, who portrays the Doctor, and Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, who play his companions.

BBC America to air Doctor Who Prom (2010) as part of their DW Marathon this weekend.

So we were looking at the BBC America lineup for the Doctor Who Marathon this weekend when we came across this bit:

BBC America is going to air the 2010 Doctor Who Prom on American television! (and they didn’t tell us probably b/c we would have yelled and danced and sang like one of those impossible scenes from Glee where they all do a musical number in the middle of the cafeteria and everyone is just there but if it happened in real life the whole thing would just feel a bit put on and hawkward — that’s what it would be like. Wait a sec… we wrote this in the post? This wasn’t in a tag? Oh this is just hawkward as well.)

Anyway, it’s on at 10am Saturday on BBC America.

For info on what the Doctor Who Prom is, we consulted the website known as ‘Please read: a personal appeal from' (aka Wikipedia):

The Doctor Who Prom 2010 was a concert showcasing incidental music from the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, along with classical music, performed as part of the BBC's Proms series of concerts. The concert was performed on 24 and 25 July 2010 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and was hosted by actors Matt Smith, who portrays the Doctor, and Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, who play his companions.

My poor iPhone is going to need a lot of charging this week

slippingandsliding:

The Doctor Who series 6 soundtrack; Murray Gold, you beautiful genius.

It will be played until I am literally sick of it, which will be a long time away if ever.

(Source: amazon.com, via dontbesodroopy)

Walking to someone’s classroom to give her a USB cable feels infinitely more awesome if you are listening to “I Am The Doctor.”

zmyaro:

#likeatimelord

thefaceofboe-ties:

Every single person who is involved with Doctor Who is a part of the fandom.

(Source: themovieman)

@murraygold  What kind of slag-muffin leaves the house with this much chest on show? twitpic.com/7hcb9x

  What kind of slag-muffin leaves the house with this much chest on show?

(Source: teapartieswithdragons)

Reblogging for the evening edition…
doctorwho:

@murraygold: If you want a particular track to be on the S6 Doctor Who soundtrack, tweet @JakeJackson preferably with a link. Finishing up. 

@JakeJackson : Re Who album. If you can  give me an episode and rough timing, will be your bestest pal. I won’t  have time to reply to tweets, sorry.

Reblogging for the evening edition…

doctorwho:

@murraygold: If you want a particular track to be on the S6 Doctor Who soundtrack, tweet @JakeJackson preferably with a link. Finishing up.

@JakeJackson : Re Who album. If you can give me an episode and rough timing, will be your bestest pal. I won’t have time to reply to tweets, sorry.

@murraygold: If you want a particular track to be on the S6 Doctor Who soundtrack, tweet @JakeJackson preferably with a link. Finishing up. 

@JakeJackson : Re Who album. If you can  give me an episode and rough timing, will be your bestest pal. I won’t  have time to reply to tweets, sorry.

@murraygold: If you want a particular track to be on the S6 Doctor Who soundtrack, tweet @JakeJackson preferably with a link. Finishing up.

@JakeJackson : Re Who album. If you can give me an episode and rough timing, will be your bestest pal. I won’t have time to reply to tweets, sorry.

Doctor Who Fan Orchestra: “This Is Gallifrey / Vale Decem”

The Doctor Who Fan Orchestra are proud to present their second collaboration: “This Is Gallifrey” & “Vale Decem” by Murray Gold.

MP3 file download: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8058374/DWFO%20-%20This%20Is%20Gallifrey%20-%20Vale%2…

The Doctor Who Fan Orchestra invites musical fans of Doctor Who to take part in an online collaborative celebration of Murray Gold’s music. Participants submitted recordings for this work from August to October.

The next piece will be “Rose’s Theme / Doomsday”. To take part, look out for instructions in the upcoming advertisement! :)

violinistbaka:

Violin cover of “I Am the Doctor”

FINALLY FINISHED THIS asdfghjkl;’

NEW (half)SEASON, WHOOT!!!

murraygold: I’m hoping if I twirl around and throw furniture the hurricane will think I’m one of them and spare me.

murraygold: I’m hoping if I twirl around and throw furniture the hurricane will think I’m one of them and spare me.

(via teapartieswithdragons)

reddenim :: Day Seventeen :: What songs would appear in your Doctor Who mixtape?

reddenim:

30 Days of Summer Break Doctor Who :: Day Seventeen :: What songs would appear in your Doctor Who mixtape?

  1. All the Strange, Strange Creatures
  2. Doctor Who Theme (2005-2007)
  3. Donna’s Theme
  4. The Sun’s Gone Wibbly
  5. The Greatest Story Never Told
  6. The Dream of a Normal Death
  7. Doomsday
  8. Vale Decem
  9. Martha’s Theme
  10. Signora Rosanna Calvierri
  11. This is Gallifrey: Our Childhood, Our Home
  12. Hidden Track: Big Bang 2

(via reddenim-deactivated20130503)

UKpiano - I am the Doctor

Me playing this wonderful piece from the soundtrack to the more recent BBC series 5 of Doctor Who, composed by Murray Gold.

This arrangement is my own and learnt purely by ear. The performance, as with all my performances on Youtube, is played straight/live with no before or after editing whatsoever, the strings sound you hear is just dual voiced with piano for effect, but still played at same time as the actual grand piano voice, so there is no added parts to the performance.

I cant remember the last time I had so much fun with a piece or had so much enjoyment from learning a piece and practicing it, cant say the same for performing it in front of a camera as I get nervous and have to concentrate even harder not to slip up and make mistakes. I always feel I lose some of the fun through recording, but its the only way other people obviously can get to hear me playing, so its worth it :)

Thanks for listening, hope you enjoy this as much as I did learning and playing through it.

(Source: rachelzane)

Doctor Who Fan Orchestra presents “I Am The Doctor”

The Doctor Who Fan Orchestra are proud to present their first collaboration: “I Am The Doctor” by Murray Gold.

MP3 file download


The Doctor Who Fan Orchestra invites musical fans of Doctor Who to take part in an online collaborative celebration of Murray Gold’s music. Participants submitted recordings from late Spring through to early Summer.

PLEASE NOTE: Before anyone asks, no, I’m afraid I can’t give you sheet music so your school orchestra or similar can play the music. This is for copyright reasons.
I will ignore any such requests. Thank you for understanding!

Arranged and co-ordinated by Stephen Willis
Assistant Co-ordinator: Robin LaPasha

List of participants:

Rachel Adcock
Kyle Aikman
Elliot Beagley
Tom Boulton
Claire Bourdon
Micaela Burney
Dylan Cargill
Sharon Evans
Miriam Fuchs
Jaclyn Goodson
Tim Goodson
Benton Gordon
Maddy Hayes
Sage Kaplan-Goland
Sam Kaplan-Goland
Resilda Lala
Kostya LaPasha
Robin LaPasha
Jalen Lee
Nicole Maneth
Conal McGinley
Graeme Mealey
Margot Northcott
Mitch Paw
Louisa Robison
Jeremy Rodgers
Rebecca Rodgers
Melissa Rowlands
Conor Skelton
"Tei"
Chris Thurtle
Henry Truong
Isaac Vanderark
"ViolinistBAKA"
Lucy Webb
Stephen Willis

Thanks to Danny Stewart for Delia Derbyshire sample in intro.

The next piece will be “This Is Gallifrey / Vale Decem”. To take part, look out for instructions in the upcoming advertisement! :)

Thanks to all participants!

(Source: aniawho)




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