- 1. Opening 1.28 624 plays
- 2. I'll Take Your Bloody Peas, So 0.17 334 plays
- 3. Are You Getting Your Curragh Ready, So? 0.53 337 plays
- 4. The Most Boring Oul Fecker In Ireland 0.33 278 plays
- 5. The Cripple Fella'd Only Be A Minor Role 0.27 227 plays
- 6. We'll See Cripple Billy Again One Day, Won't We Kate? 0.18 205 plays
- 7. You've Gotten Awful Cocky For A Boy With Egg Running Down His Gob 0.37 206 plays
- 8. Farewell Father And Mother Too 0.34 202 plays
- 9. 'Tis Only To Sleep It Is That I'm Going, 'Tis Only To Sleep 0.56 202 plays
- Go to track Better To Get A Normal Fella That Can Act Crippled Than A Crippled Fella Who Can't Fecking Act10. Better To Get A Normal Fella That Can Act Crippled Than A Crippled Fella Who Can't Fecking Act 0.58 202 plays
- 11. Back.. For Good 0.36 229 plays
- 1. Opening, Darkroom (Excerpt) 1.45 2293 plays
- 2. Finsbury Park 1966 (Excerpt) 0.37 1414 plays
- 3. Congo (Excerpt) 0.41 1207 plays
- 4. Bodies In The House (Excerpt) 0.41 1068 plays
- 5. Vietnam (Excerpt) 0.39 1016 plays
- 6. Battle Aftermath (Excerpt) 0.40 915 plays
- 7. Beirut (Excerpt) 0.31 981 plays
- 8. Landscapes (Excerpt) 0.46 1051 plays
Alex Baranowski is a composer and alumni of Paul McCartney’s LIPA.
His collaboration with Mercury winning band The xx was recently performed by the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra along with the band, and broadcast live on Radio 1 and the BBC’s red button.
Feature films include the twice BAFTA nominated McCullin released by Artificial Eye in January 2013 directed by Jacqui Morris and produced by the British Film Company and James Gay-Rees (Senna).
At London’s Royal National Theatre he was composer for Sir Nicholas Hytner’s Hamlet; Rupert Goold’s Earthquakes in London; and collaborated with electro duo Underworld as music associate for Danny Boyle’s Frankenstein (nominated best sound design at the 2012 Olivier Awards). Both Hamlet and Frankenstein were broadcast live to cinemas for NT Live.
Other recent projects have included Ballet Black at the Royal Opera House; Salt Root and Roe for the Donmar (nominated Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre 2012 Oliviers); Othello at the Sheffield Crucible with The Wire actors Dominic West and Clarke Peters; and The Merchant of Venice at the RSC (working with Adam Cork) set in Las Vegas with Patrick Stuart.
Alex works from his own studio in London.