|Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack: Series 3|
|Artist:||Murray Gold & Ben Foster|
|Release date:||5 November 2007|
|Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack||Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack: Series 4|
Doctor Who - Original Soundtrack: Series 3 featured soundtrack music from Doctor Who's third series plus The Runaway Bride and Voyage of the Damned, by Murray Gold, with music conducted by Ben Foster with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. The inclusion of "The Stowaway" from Voyage of the Damned served as a preview, as this soundtrack was released before that special was televised. A suite from Voyage of the Damned appeared on the following soundtrack release, Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack: Series 4.
Track listings Edit
- All The Strange, Strange Creatures (The Trailer Music)
- Martha's Theme
- Drowning Dry
- The Carrionites Swarm
- Gridlocked Cassinis
- Evolution Of The Daleks
- My Angel Put the Devil in Me (Performed by Yamit Mamo)
- Mr Smith And Joan
- Only Martha Knows
- Smith's Choice
- Just Scarecrows To War
- Miss Joan Redfern
- The Dream Of A Normal Death
- The Doctor Forever
- Blink (Suite)
- The Runaway Bride
- After The Chase
- The Futurekind
- The Master Vainglorious
- Martha's Quest
- YANA (Excerpt)
- This is Gallifrey: Our Childhood, Our Home
- Martha Triumphant
- Donna's Theme
- The Stowaway (Performed by Yamit Mamo)
- The Master Tape
- Abide with Me
- Included with the CD were pictures of the tenth incarnation, Tallulah, Martha Jones, Dalek Jast, a Scarecrow, a Weeping Angel, Donna Noble and the Master. The booklet also included an introduction by Julie Gardner and notes on each track by Murray Gold the composer of the music.
- "My Angel Put the Devil in Me" is performed by Yamit Mamo on this CD rather than Miranda Raison who originally sung it in TV: Daleks in Manhattan. Yamit Mamo also sings "The Stowaway".
- The only track on this album not written by Murray Gold is the hymn "Abide with Me".
- The total run time for the CD was 74 minutes and 36 seconds.
- The opening track was used in the introduction to an edition of the BBC science documentary series, "Horizon". The edition was called "Do You Know What Time It Is?" and first broadcast on 2nd December 2008.
- Lecturer Andrew Lound uses tracks 6 and 15 in his audio-visual presentation entitled "A Starry Night to Remember - Astronomy and the Titanic." (Murray Gold is listed in the presentation's credits).
See also Edit
- Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack
- Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack: Series 4
- Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack: Series 4- The Specials
- Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack: Series 5
- Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack: A Christmas Carol
- Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack: Series 6