Bond 25 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
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- 1James Bond Theme (From 'Dr. No')03:19
- 2From Russia With Love (From 'Russia With Love')03:19
- 3Goldfinger (From 'Goldfinger')02:26
- 4Thunderball (From 'Thunderball')02:32
- 5You Only Live Twice (From 'You Only Live Twice')02:56
- 6On Her Majesty's Secret Service (From 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service')01:53
- 7Diamonds Are Forever (From 'Diamonds Are Forever')03:08
- 8Live And Let Die (From 'Live And Let Die')02:50
- 9The Man With The Golden Gun (From 'The Man With The Golden Gun')02:35
- 10Nobody Does It Better (From 'The Spy Who Loved Me')02:45
- 11Moonraker (From 'Moonraker')02:59
- 12For Your Eyes Only (From 'For Your Eyes Only')03:00
- 13All Time High (From 'Octopussy')03:56
- 14A View To Kill (From 'A View To Kill')02:16
- 15Living Daylights (From 'The Living Daylights')02:04
- 16Licence To Kill (From 'Licence To Kill')02:55
- 17Goldeneye (From 'Goldeneye')02:53
- 18Tomorrow Never Dies (From 'Tomorrow Never Dies')02:58
- 19The World Is Not Enough (From 'The World Is Not Enough')02:58
- 20Die Another Day (From 'Die Another Day')03:01
- 21You Know My Name (From 'Casino Royale')03:52
- 22Another Way To Die (From 'Quantum of Solace')03:27
- 23Skyfall (From 'Skyfall')03:59
- 24Writing's On The Wall (From 'Spectre')04:01
- 25No Time To Die (arr. Orchestra) (From 'No Time To Die')04:02
Info for Bond 25
Bond 25 is an album of all 25 Bond themes throughout the decades, expertly reimagined for the first time and performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
It celebrates all 25 iconic films in the Bond franchise. The album includes a brand new orchestral arrangement of Hans Zimmer and Billie Eilish’s No.1 single ‘No Time To Die (Theme)’.
The album, recorded in 2019 by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios, includes brand new arrangements of the 25 iconic title themes including From Russia With Love, Diamonds Are Forever, Live And Let Die, GoldenEye and Die Another Day, spanning nearly 60 years of cinema and track-listed chronologically from 1962’s Dr. No to 2020’s No Time To Die.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Andrew Skeet, conductor
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
As the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary, its mission to enrich lives through orchestral experiences that are uncompromising in their excellence and inclusive in their appeal, places the RPO at the forefront of music-making in the UK and internationally. Typically performing approximately 200 concerts each season and with a worldwide audience of more than half-a-million people, the Orchestra embraces a broad repertoire that enables it to reach the most diverse audience of any British symphony orchestra. Whilst artistic integrity remains paramount, the RPO is unafraid to push boundaries and is equally at home recording video game, film and television soundtracks and working with pop stars, as it is performing the great symphonic repertoire.
The RPO collaborates with the most inspiring artists and is thrilled to welcome its new Music Director, Vasily Petrenko, from August 2021. His appointment stands as a major landmark in the Orchestra’s history, signalling its determination to broaden the audience for orchestral music while enhancing its reputation as one of the world’s most versatile ensembles. Vasily Petrenko made his debut with the RPO at London’s Royal Albert Hall in March 2016 delivering a powerful interpretation of Mahler’s Symphony No.2, ‘Resurrection’. His rapport with the Orchestra’s players has been reaffirmed with subsequent London performances, and forthcoming plans include a series of Mahler’s choral symphonies at the Royal Albert Hall, the great works of English composers at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, and tours to Germany and leading European festivals.
In addition to the Orchestra’s annual season of concerts in London’s Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall and its home Cadogan Hall, the RPO is a respected cultural ambassador and enjoys a busy schedule of international touring, performing in the world’s great concerts halls and at prestigious international festivals. The RPO is recognised as being the UK’s most in-demand orchestra, an accolade that would have pleased Sir Thomas Beecham, who founded the RPO in 1946. His mission was to lead a vital revival of UK orchestras after World War II and form an ensemble that comprised the finest musicians in the country. The Orchestra has since attracted a glittering list of principal conductors, including Rudolf Kempe, Antal Doráti, Walter Weller, André Previn, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Yuri Temirkanov, Daniele Gatti and Charles Dutoit.
The RPO aims to place orchestral music at the heart of contemporary society, collaborating with creative partners to foster a deeper engagement with communities to ensure that live orchestral music is accessible to as inclusive and diverse an audience as possible. To achieve this, in 1993 the Orchestra launched RPO Resound, which has grown to become the most innovative and respected orchestral community and education programme in the UK and internationally.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has always been entrepreneurial and in 1986 it was the first UK orchestra to launch its own record label. The RPO has gone on to embrace advances in digital technology and now achieves nearly thirty million downloads of its recorded music each year. The Orchestra is increasingly active online (www.rpo.co.uk) and on social media (@rpoonline) providing audiences with the opportunity to engage with the RPO and enjoy ‘behind-the-scenes’ insights.
Passion, versatility and uncompromising artistic standards are the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s hallmarks, and as it looks forward to an exciting future with its new Music Director, Vasily Petrenko, it will continue to be recognised as one of the world’s most open-minded, forward-thinking and accessible symphony orchestras.
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