Prospero's Books - Soundtrack - Technical


  • Produced by David Cunningham
  • Engineer: Michael J. Dutton
  • Assistant engineer: Dillon Gallagher (PRT), Chris Brown (Abbey Road Studios)
  • Mixed by Michael J. Dutton, Michael Nymam, and David Cunningham at PRT Studios and Abbey Road Studios
  • Edited at Abbey Road Studios by Peter Mew
  • Art Direction: Ann Bradbeer
  • Photography: Marc Guillamot
  • Design: Creative Partnership
  • Artist representative: Don Mousseau
Michael Nyman
Michael Nyman Band
  • Gabrielle Lester
  • Catherine Thompson
  • Kate Musker
  • Tony Hinnigan
  • David Roach
  • Simon Haram
  • Andrew Findon
  • Nigel Barr
  • Dave Lee
  • Steve Sidwell
  • Martin Elliott
  • Sarah Leonard
Other people
  • Alexander Bălănescu
  • John Harle
  • Chris Laurence
  • Ann Morfee
  • Jonathan Carney
  • Madeleine Mitchell
  • Jamie Talbot
  • Georgina Born
  • Marjorie Dunn
  • Beverley Davison
  • Barry Guy
  • John Greaves
  • Andrew Shulman
  • Michael Thompson
  • Richard Watkins
  • John Metcalfe
  • Christian Forshaw
  • Ute Lemper
  • Marie Angel
  • Hilary Summers
  • Omar Ebrahim
  • David Cunningham
  • Molly Nyman
  • Decay Music
  • 'The Masterwork' Award Winning Fish-Knife
  • Michael Nyman
  • The Draughtsman's Contract
  • The Cold Room
  • The Kiss and Other Movements
  • A Zed & Two Noughts
  • And Do They Do/Zoo Caprices
  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat
  • Drowning by Numbers
  • La Traversée de Paris
  • The Cook The Thief His Wife & Her Lover
  • Out of the Ruins
  • La Sept
  • String Quartets 1–3
  • Prospero's Books
  • The Michael Nyman Songbook
  • The Hairdresser's Husband
  • The Essential Michael Nyman Band
  • Time Will Pronounce
  • The Piano
  • Michael Nyman for Yohji Yamamoto
  • The Piano Concerto/MGV
  • À la folie
  • Live
  • Noises, Sounds & Sweet Airs
  • Carrington
  • The Diary of Anne Frank
  • After Extra Time
  • The Ogre
  • Enemy Zero
  • Concertos
  • Gattaca
  • The Suit and the Photograph
  • Strong on Oaks, Strong on the Causes of Oaks
  • Practical Magic
  • Ravenous
  • Wonderland
  • The Commissar Vanishes
  • Nabbie's Love
  • The End of the Affair
  • The Claim
  • String Quartets 2, 3 & 4/If & Why
  • Facing Goya
  • 24 Heures de la vie d'une femme
  • Sangam: Michael Nyman Meets Indian Masters
  • The Actors
  • Man and Boy: Dada
  • The Piano Sings
  • The Libertine
  • The Composer's Cut Series Vol. I: The Draughtsman's Contract
  • The Composer's Cut Series Vol. II: Nyman/Greenaway Revisited
  • The Composer's Cut Series Vol. III: The Piano
  • Six Celan Songs • The Ballad of Kastriot Rexhepi
  • Acts of Beauty • Exit no Exit
  • Nyman Brass
  • Love Counts
  • Mozart 252
  • 8 Lust Songs: I Sonetti Lussuriosi
  • The Glare
  • Acoustic Accordions
  • Collections
  • The Composer's Cut Series Vol. IV: Vertov Sounds
Albums to which
Nyman contributed
(as composer
and/or performer)
  • Recent English Experimental Music
  • The Pavilion of Dreams
  • From The Kitchen Archives - New Music New York 1979
  • The Sensual World
  • Saxophone Works
  • John Harle's Saxophone Songbook
  • Piano Circus
  • The Contemporary Trumpet
  • Taking a Line for a Second Walk
  • Plus que Tango
  • Visions
  • First & Foremost
  • An Eye for a Difference
  • Pick It Up
  • Meeting Point: The Saxophone Concertos of Nyman, Heath and Torke
  • Twentieth-Century Blues: The Songs of Noel Coward
  • Generation Sex
  • The Golden Section
  • Faces
  • Ahn-Plugged
  • Groovebox
  • Moving On
  • Mozart/Webern
  • The Heart Asks Pleasure First/The Promise
  • Anohito no Waltz
  • In Re Don Giovanni
  • Enemy Zero Piano Sketches
  • Michael Nyman
  • Pure Moods
  • The Very Best of Michael Nyman: Film Music 1980–2001
  • Man on Wire
Additional operas
  • Tristram Shandy
  • Letters, Riddles and Writs
  • Vital Statistics
  • La Princesse de Milan
film scores
  • Vertical Features Remake
  • The Falls
  • Brimstone and Treacle
  • Ballet Mécanique
  • Monsieur Hire
  • Mesmer
  • Katie and Orbie
  • Titch
  • Act Without Words I
  • Man with a Movie Camera
  • Nathalie...
  • À propos de Nice
  • A Cock and Bull Story
Major individual
  • Memorial
  • MGV
  • Les Disques du Crépuscule
  • Minimalist music
  • Systems music

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