Lara scores with London Symphony Orchestra...
Eidos announced that yesterday, Lara Croft conducted the London Symphony Orchestra in the recording of the soundtrack for The Angel Of Darkness. Evidences inside.
Friday, July 19, 2002
(Posted: Friday, July 19, 2002, 3:33PM GMT)
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- In a strange and original press release, Eidos announced that the soundtrack of Tomb Raider: The Angel Of Darkness, the new instalment of the top selling franchise, is being recorded at the Abbey Road studios in London. And Jill de Jong, Eidos' "official" real life Lara, attended yesterday the recording of the soundtrack, bringing inspiration to the London Shympony Orchestra.
She was accompanied by the composers of the soundtrack, Martin Iveson and Peter Connelly, musicians and sound designers at Core Design. Martin Iveson named John Williams and Danny Elfman as exceptional soundtrack composers who have influenced his work.
“To bring together one of the world’s most famous heroines and one of the world’s best orchestras in such a famous setting as the Abbey Road studios has been incredible,” said Peter Connelly.Click here
to see a few photos of Lara at the Abbey Road studios.