Andrew Pearce’s Cinema Symphony is a huge passionate work that immediately came across as one big ode to the most epic symphonic scores of the 20th Century
— Mikael Carlsson - Moviescore Media
One to be applauded for combining the sound of Hollywood with the world of classical material
— Thomas Kiefner - Main Titles
It is a dazzling treat for the ears, beautifully constructed, epic in nature
— Michael Beek - Editor, Music from the Movies
One of the best albums I’ve heard all year
— Erik Woods - Radio Producer, Cinematic Sound
Elegy is a tranquil and reflective piece written for solo violin and chamber orchestra. The violin echoes strains of love lost and a gypsy type flavour in this lament. Miriam has a wonderful tone and conveys the feelings of the piece nicely
— Thomas Kiefner - Main Titles
Elegy for Violin and Orchestra from Cinema Symphony. This is the first time Moviescore Media has released a non soundtrack. Stunning symphonic debut from composer Andrew Pearce, it’s partially homage but assembled as a fresh and unique work that becomes the composer‘s own. Uniformly excellent material performed by the Royal Scottish National orchestra under José Serebrier. Wide dynamics and credible soundstage. This cut is a full-fledged romantic violin piece that will tear your heartstrings. Beautiful work by soloist Miriam Kramer and a keeper that is becoming well worn.
— 6Moons Audio Review
 RSNO Cello section recording 2nd movement of CINEMA SYMPHONY, August 2007, Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow.

RSNO Cello section recording 2nd movement of CINEMA SYMPHONY, August 2007, Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow.