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The Black Prince
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


Composer: George Kallis
Label: Caldera Records
Release Date: 06 June 2017

Caldera Records release George Kallis’s original score for the motion picture The Black Prince from 2017, directed by Kavi Raz. The films tells the touching and exhilarating story of Maharaja Duleep Singh, the last king of Punjab before its British annexation. After the First Anglo-Sikh War, the king sees himself torn between his own country and England and struggles to regain his own kingdom...

George Kallis (93 Days; Albion: The Enchanted Stallion; Gagarin: First in Space) delivers another incredible collection of themes with his score for The Black Prince. The album contains 24 tracks (56 min, 17 sec), with the final track, as collector's of Caldera releases will have come to expect, being an interview with the composer (4 min, 37 sec). In this instance, rather than an interview, Kallis provides an audio commentary on his work here.

Kallis rarely disappoints, and I'd argue that of all his album's we've reviewed to date, this is his strongest yet. It's full of emotionally charged, melancholic themes that make it an essential character in the film.

Pretty much, from start to finish, this is a flawless, beautiful album that never disappoints. There's no filler, background music here, this is all grade A quality material. It's emotional, melancholic and downright beautiful. This is one album you'll get years of listening pleasure out of.


Darren Rea

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