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LP released: Jan 25, 2019

Tracklisting:
1. Red Mist (Part 1)
2. Through The Corridors (At Dusk)
3. Erik Satie - Sarabande No.3 (Excerpt 1)
4. Erik Satie - Sarabande No.3 (Excerpt 2)
5. Crack The Code (Part 1)
6. Going To The Sun
7. Crack The Code (Part 2)
8. Cold Stone Floor
9. The Confidante
10. Crack The Code (Part 3)
11. The Host
12. Through The Corridors (At Dawn)
13. Chamber
14. Piano Concerto In E Minor
15. Going To The Sun (Flute Solo)
16. Satie's Sarabande (Tilt-a-whirl Version)
17. No Words Formed
18. The Mirror
19. Ricochet
20. Fountain
21. The Host 2
22. The Mirror Dance
23. Red Mist (Part 2)
24. The Promise
25. A Secret World Of Our Own
SOUNDTRACK, RACHEL ZEFFIRA
ELIZABETH HARVEST: ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK (LIMITED CLEAR VINYL)
Label: INVADA
Cat No: INV211LP
Barcode: 5051083140607
Packaging: LP (0.3 g)

Limited CLEAR Vinyl LP pressing of Rachel Zeffira's (Cat's Eyes) score to Sebastian Gutierrez's 'Elizabeth Harvest'.

Zeffira's Elizabeth Harvest score contains elements of all of her musical influences, from her choral and orchestral arranging to her oboe solos and contemporary songwriting. Erik Satie's sarabande becomes an underlying musical theme, which gradually becomes more unhinged as the score progresses.
Other characters feature yet more experimental themes, where pieces were chopped, rebuilt and manipulated.

The vinyl is housed in a deluxe spined sleeve with beautiful artwork put together by Marc Bessant, and comes complete with printed insert and digital download card.
The score is pressed on clear vinyl.

Rachel Zeffira is a talented oboe player, soprano soloist and multi instrumentalist known for her work with the Victoria Symphony Orchestra and with Faris Badwan (The Horrors) in Cat's Eyes.
Together the pair scored Peter Strickland's 'The Duke Of Burgundy', which won the 2015 European Film Award for best composer.
She is also the first female composer to be nominated for an Ivor Novello award.

Elizabeth Harvest is a stylised sci-fi thriller, gothic love story and existential mystery which follows newlywed Eizabeth (Abbey Lee) and her brilliant scientist husband (Ciaran Hinds) and their magnificent mountain estate.
Slowly, Elizabeth begins to realise she may no be exactly who she thinks she is.
The truth and its repercussions are beyond anything she could have imagined.