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The following people composed the incidental music for Doctor Who from An Unearthly Child to the 1996 telemovie. From Series 1 (2005) to Series 10 (2017), incidental music was composed by Murray Gold. From Series 11 (2018) onwards, the incidental music has been composed by Segun Akinola.

Incidental Music Composers for Doctor Who Edit

Season 1 Edit

  • An Unearthly Child - Norman Kay / Three Guitars Mood 2 - Derek Nelson & Arthur Raymond
  • The Daleks - Tristram Cary
  • The Edge of Destruction - Stock Music:
    • Musique Electronique: Mood Three - Eric Siday
    • Musique Electronique: Space Agitato [Looped] - Eric Siday
    • Musique Electronique: Anaesthesia - Eric Siday
    • Strangers In The Fog - The New Concert Orchestra (Alan Langford) [Not listed on PasB]
    • Musique Electronique: Conflict No. 2 - Eric Siday
    • The Day The Sky Fell In [Slow] - Desmond Leslie
    • Musique Concrète Pt. 2 - Buxton Orr
    • Gong (Apparently from Tristram Cary's Marco Polo score - Unconfirmed)
    • NOTE: This story features two cues by Desmond Leslie - Both come from "The Day the Sky Fell In" and this track is correctly listed on the PasB. Panini's 'Doctor Who - The Complete History' oddly claims these two cues are from separate sources - "The Stranger" and "The Stranger's Gift." This is incorrect - While those tracks both contain sections that were reused for "The Day the Sky Fell In," neither of those tracks actually appear themselves.
  • Marco Polo - Tristram Cary; Also 2 tracks from The BBC Sound Library:
    • At the Palace Gates - Louis P. T. Chen
    • A Merry Old Gentleman's Song - Louis P. T. Chen
  • The Keys of Marinus - Norman Kay
  • The Aztecs - Richard Rodney Bennett
  • The Sensorites - Norman Kay
  • The Reign of Terror - Stanley Myers

Season 2 Edit

  • Planet of Giants - Dudley Simpson
  • The Dalek Invasion of Earth - Francis Chagrin
  • The Rescue - Tristram Cary (Reused from The Daleks Score)
  • The Romans - Raymond Jones
  • The Web Planet - Stock Music - Les Structures Sonores:
    • Rapsodie de Budapest - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Moelle de Lion - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry) [Not listed on PasB]
    • Pieces Nouvelles - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Sonatine - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Marche - Les Structures Sonores (Daniel Ouzounoff)
    • Suite - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Spontanéité - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry) [Not listed on PasB]
    • Quatuor Pour Trois - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry) [Not listed on PasB]
    • [Also "Servo Robot Music" by Brian Hodgson and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop which is reused as a part of Hodgson's score for The Wheel in Space. There are 4 Electronic Cues, also presumably by Brian Hodgson and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop - This is unconfirmed]
  • The Crusade - Dudley Simpson
  • The Space Museum - Stock Music:
    • Musique Electronique: Threat Attack [Played both at normal speed & slowly] - Eric Siday
    • Musique Electronique: Space Time [Slow] - Eric Siday
    • Synchro-Sting 16 - Trevor Duncan
    • Aliens [Slow] - Erik Nordgren [Wrongly listed as "Bathysphere" on PasB]
    • Dramatic Bridges Pt. 2: Unseen Danger - The Telecast Orchestra (Denis Rycoth)
    • Musique Electronique: Space Agitato [Slow] - Eric Siday
    • Asyndeton - Roberto Gerhard
    • Synchro-Sting 14 - Trevor Duncan
    • The Ultra Sonic Perception: Ultimate - Eric Siday
    • Mutations 1 (c): Background [Slow] - Trevor Duncan
    • The Ultra Sonic Perception: Suspended Animation - Eric Siday [Wrongly listed as "Moonscape" on PasB]
    • World of Planets - The Hilversum Radio Orchestra (Jack Trombey)
    • Astronautics Suite: Pt. 1 (Main Theme) - Erich Sendel
    • The Ultra Sonic Perception: The Laboratory 1 [Slow] - Eric Siday
    • Musique Electronique: Mood 7 [Slow]- Eric Siday
    • Six Short Dramas Pt. 3: Disaster and Tension - Roger Roger & his Champs Elysees Orchestra (Roger Roger)
    • Musique Concrete Pt. 2 - Buxton Orr
    • Astronautics Suite: Pt. 3 - Erich Sendel
    • Scene Shifts 12 (a) - Don Banks
    • Off Center: Dark Pursuit - The New Concert Orchestra (Frank Talley)
    • Dramatic Brass Chords - Wolf Droysen
    • Off Center: Off Center - The New Concert Orchestra (Frank Talley)
    • Off Center: Quicksand - The New Concert Orchestra (Frank Talley)
    • Off Center: Panic in the Streets - The New Concert Orchestra (Frank Talley)
    • Kaputt - Desmond Leslie
    • Jeux D'Ombres [Slow] - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry) [Not listed on PasB - This single tone accompanies the establishing shot of Skaro]
    • NOTE: All tracks (bar "Jeux D'Ombres") came from 78 RPM Library Records (several were played slow at 45 RPM). The track "Space Age B.2" is listed on the PasB sheets; This is a typo for "Space Agitato." On the PasB, tracks that are composed by Frank Talley wrongly misspell his name as "Frank Tailey." The following tracks are listed on the PasB sheets but do not appear in the story:
      • Off Center: Atoms And Mushrooms - The New Concert Orchestra (Frank Talley)
      • Bathysphere - Erik Nordgren
      • The Ultra Sonic Perception: Moonscape - Eric Siday
      • Brass Chords, Staccato Ending - Wolf Droysen
      • Sting Tintabuloid 1 - Desmond Leslie
  • The Chase - Dudley Simpson
  • The Time Meddler - Charles Botterill (Percussion Music); Also Stock Music, in order of appearance:
    • The Ultra Sonic Perception: Suspended Animation - Eric Siday
    • Mediaeval Drama Pt. 3 (a) ("Tension and suspense") - Lawrence Leonard & his Orchestra
    • Dramatic Tableaux: Nirvane - Paul Gerard (Dennis Farnon)
    • Secundae Vesperas in Nativitate - Choir der Monche der Benediktiner (The Monk uses this for the faked monk chants in the monastery)
    • November Fog - Peter Hope
    • Scorched Earth - Trevor Duncan [Incorrectly listed as "Scorches Earth" on PasB]
    • Mediaeval Drama Pt. 2 (c) ("Short Sting - Slow Build-Up To End Chord") - Lawrence Leonard & his Orchestra
    • Twelve-Tone Links: Group C, No. 7 - Harry Dexter
    • Twelve-Tone Links: Groups E, No. 12 - Harry Dexter
    • Musique Electronique: Magnetic Field - Eric Siday
    • Musique Electronique: Mood Seven - Eric Siday
    • Meteoroids - Roberto Gerhard

Season 3 Edit

  • Galaxy 4 - Stock Music - Les Structures Sonores:
    • Sonatine - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Mister Blues - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Rapsodie De Budapest - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Pieces Nouvelles - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Marche - Les Structures Sonores (Daniel Ouzounoff)
    • Suite - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Spontanéité - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Moelle de Lion - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry)
    • Altitude 10.000 - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry & Roger Simon) [Not listed on PasB]
    • Toccata Toccarde - Les Structures Sonores (Jacques Lasry) [Not listed on PasB]
    • Synchro-Sting 17 - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB]
    • [Invention A 2 Voix En Ré Mineur by Les Structures Sonores (Jean-Sébastien Bach & Jacques Lasry) is listed on the PasB but is not used]
  • Mission to the Unknown - Stock Music - Trevor Duncan:
    • Synchro-Sting 15 - Trevor Duncan
    • Synchro-Sting 5 - Trevor Duncan
    • Synchro-Sting 6 - Trevor Duncan
    • Synchro-Sting 7 - Trevor Duncan
    • Synchro-Sting 9 - Trevor Duncan
    • Synchro-Sting 11 - Trevor Duncan
    • Synchro-Sting 12 - Trevor Duncan
    • Synchro-Sting 2 - Trevor Duncan
    • Synchro-Sting 3 - Trevor Duncan
    • Synchro-Sting 8 - Trevor Duncan
    • [Specific Sychro-Stings by Trevor Duncan are not listed on PasB]
  • The Myth Makers - Humphrey Searle
  • The Daleks' Master Plan - Tristram Cary
  • The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve - Stock Music - Pierre Arvay:
    • Illustrations No. 4: Hunted Man - Pierre Arvay
    • Illustrations No. 4: Frightened Man - Pierre Arvay
    • Illustrations No. 4: Little Prelude - Pierre Arvay
    • Illustrations No. 4: Breath Of Fire - Pierre Arvay [Not listed on PasB]
  • The Ark - Tristram Cary (Reused from The Daleks Score) / Drumdramatics 11 (b): Tympani Beats - Robert Farnon
  • The Celestial Toymaker - Dudley Simpson
  • The Gunfighters - Tristram Cary, Donald Cotton & Rex Tucker
  • The Savages - Raymond Jones
  • The War Machines - Stock Music (The opening drum cue at the start of each episode of the story is still unidentified) :
    • The Mood Modern: Frantic Fracas - Johnny Hawksworth
    • The Mood Modern: The Eyelash - Johnny Hawksworth
    • The Mood Modern: Beat to Begin - Johnny Hawksworth
    • The Mood Modern: Browbeater - Johnny Hawksworth
    • The Mood Modern: Latin Gear - Johnny Hawksworth
    • The Mood Modern: Rhythm N' Beat - Johnny Hawksworth
    • Musique Electronique: Hypnosis - Eric Siday
    • Synchro-Stings 16 - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB]
    • Asyndeton - Roberto Gerhard [Not listed on PasB]
    • [All tracks by Johnny Hawksworth are played as background music in the Inferno club]

Season 4 Edit

  • The Smugglers - No Incidental Music Used
  • The Tenth Planet - Stock Music - Chappell Recorded Music Library:
    • Music for Technology Pt. 1 - Roger Roger & his Champs Elysees Orchestra (Walter Stott)
    • Drama in Miniature Pt. 2 (a): Time for the Reaper - The Wind & Percussion Ensemble (John Denis - Pseudonym for Dennis Farnon)
    • Power Drill - The Wind & Percussion Ensemble (Douglas Gamley)
    • Space Adventure Pt. 2 [Played both at normal speed & slowly] - The Norman Ramin Orchestra (Martin Slavin)
    • Machine Room - The Wind & Percussion Ensemble (Douglas Gamley)
    • Drumdramatics No. 6 (e) ("Xylophone Gathering Speed, Ending With Drum Crash & Vibes Chord") - Percussion Ensemble (Robert Farnon)
    • Drumdramatics No. 7 (a) ("Vibes & Tymps Crash") - The Percussion Ensemble (Robert Farnon)
    • Space Adventure Pt. 3 - The Norman Ramin Orchestra (Martin Slavin)
    • NOTE: Blast Off by Roger Roger & his Champs Elysees Orchestra is listed on the PasB but is not used; The track was planned to be used over the opening captions of Episode 1 but in the finished episode, this sequence is music-free. In 2000, a Soundtrack Album was released by Ochre Records for The Tenth Planet. This album listed the majority of the tracks used in The Tenth Planet and also included a few incorrect tracks; These incorrect tracks were:
      • Blast Off! - Roger Roger & his Champs Elysees Orchestra
      • Space Adventure Pt. 1 - The Norman Ramin Orchestra (Martin Slavin)
      • Drama in Miniature Pt. 2 (b): Chase the Man Down - The Wind & Percussion Ensemble (John Denis - Pseudonym for Dennis Farnon)
      • Drumdramatics No. 7 (b-g) - The Percussion Ensemble (Robert Farnon)
      • Drumdramatics No. 10 (a-e) - The Percussion Ensemble (Robert Farnon)
  • The Power of the Daleks - Tristram Cary (Reused from The Daleks & The Daleks' Master Plan Scores)
  • The Highlanders - BBC Sound Library: The Battle of Waternish (Pibroch) - Seumas MacNeill - [Three drum cues in Episode 1 are still unidentified]
  • The Underwater Menace - Dudley Simpson
  • The Moonbase - Stock Music; Also some cues reused from The Daleks Master Plan. Some brief cues are still unidentified. The others, in order of appearance:
    • Musique Electronique: Anaesthesia - Eric Siday [Mistakenly listed as "Sabre Dance" on PasB for Episode 1]
    • Musique Electronique: Hypnosis [Slow] - Eric Siday
    • Electronic Sound Pictures: Group Shapes (c): Arcs - Desmond Briscoe
    • Asyndeton - Roberto Gerhard [Not listed on PasB]
    • Musique Electronique: Threat Attack [Slow] - Eric Siday [Not listed on PasB - A small section of this is used as the throbbing sound of the Gravitron]
    • Growing Menace (from The Daleks Master Plan) - Tristam Cary [Not listed on PasB]
    • Space Adventure Pt. 3 - The Norman Ramin Orchestra (Martin Slavin)
    • Space Adventure Pt. 2 [Played both at normal speed and slowly] - Norman Ramin Orchestra (Martin Slavin)
    • Sting III (from The Daleks Master Plan) - Tristam Cary [Not listed on PasB]
    • The Ultra Sonic Perception: Moonscape - Eric Siday
    • The Victim III (from The Daleks Master Plan) - Tristam Cary [Not listed on PasB]
    • The Ultra Sonic Perception: Suspended Animation - Eric Siday
    • Musique Electronique: Conflict No. 1 - Eric Siday
    • The Ultra Sonic Perception: Ultimate - Eric Siday [Not listed on PasB]
    • Synchro-Sting 13 - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB]
    • Synchro-Sting 16 - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB]
    • Synchro-Sting 10 - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB]
    • Symphony for Chromatic Octograms - Desmond Leslie [Not listed on PasB]
    • Sting I (from The Daleks Master Plan) - Tristam Cary [Not listed on PasB]
    • Aliens [slow] - Erik Nordgren [Not listed on PasB - Plays at the same time as Electronic Sound Pictures: Group Shapes (c): Arcs by Desmond Briscoe in Episode 4]
  • The Macra Terror - Dudley Simpson / Muzak - John Baker (Originally composed for the Out of the Unknown episode "Time in Advance")
  • The Faceless Ones - Library Music:
    • Unidentified Low Frequency Electronic Tones (40" sequence, looped)
    • Unidentified Mid-Frequency Electronic Stings
    • High Frequency Electronic Stings (Re-used from Journey Into Space)
    • Fantasy in Orbit: Pacific Dawn - Tom Dissevelt
    • BBC Sound Library: Hindu Funeral Drumming - John Levy
    • BBC Sound Library: Nigerian Drums - Composer Unknown
  • The Evil of the Daleks - Dudley Simpson / Young Beat: Mexican Beat - The International Studio Group (Jack Trombey) [Played on Bob Hall's radio in episode 1]

Season 5 Edit

  • The Tomb of the Cybermen - Stock Music. 4 Electronic cues (or altered Brass cues) from Episode 2 and the Underground Chamber music are still unidentified. The others, in order of appearance:
    • Telecineradio: Univers Sidéral [Played both at normal speed and quickly] - Paul Bonneau & his Orchestra
    • Astronautics Suite: Pt. 2 - Erich Sendel
    • Synchro-Sting 15 - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB]
    • Desert Storm - The Crawford Light Orchestra (Heinrich Feischner)
    • Synchro-Sting 13 [Slow] - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB]
    • Synchro-Sting 14 [Slow] - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB]
    • Synchro-Sting 2 - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB]
    • Synchro-Sting 6 - Trevor Duncan [Not listed on PasB - Plays on top of Synchro-Sting 2]
    • Sting Tintabuloid 1 - Desmond Leslie [Not listed on PasB]
    • Palpitations - The Westway Studio Orchestra (John Scott) 
    • Eerie Vaults - Steve Race [Not listed on PasB]
    • The Ultra Sonic Perception: Galaxy - Eric Siday
    • Off Center: Dark Pursuit - The New Concert Orchestra (Frank Talley)
    • Space Adventure Pt. 3 - The Norman Ramin Orchestra (Martin Slavin)
    • Off Center: Off Center - The New Concert Orchestra (Frank Talley)
    • Astronautics Suite: Pt. 1 (Main Theme) - Erich Sendel
    • Musique Electronique: Hypnosis - Eric Siday [Not listed on PasB]
    • Dramatic Brass Chords - Wolf Droysen [Not listed on PasB]
    • Space Adventure Pt. 2 - The Norman Ramin Orchestra (Martin Slavin)
    • The Ultra Sonic Perception: Suspended Animation - Eric Siday
    • Off Center: Panic in the Streets - The New Concert Orchestra (Frank Talley)
    • Off Center: Quicksand - The New Concert Orchestra (Frank Talley) [Not listed on PasB - Played briefly on a close up shot of a Cybermat in Episode 3]
    • Space-Time Music Pt. 1 [Slow] - The Westway Studio Orchestra (Wilfred Josephs)
    • Telergic - Roberto Gerhard
    • NOTE: In 1997, a Soundtrack Album was released by Via Satellite Records for Tomb of the Cybermen. This album missed many tracks used in Tomb of the Cybermen and also included a few incorrect tracks; These incorrect tracks were:
      • Space Adventure Pt. 1 - The Norman Ramin Orchestra (Martin Slavin)
      • Astronautics Suite: Pt. 3 - Erich Sendel
      • Astronautics Suite: Pt. 4 - Erich Sendel
      • Astronautics Suite: Pt. 5 - Erich Sendel
      • Astronautics Suite: Pt. 6 - Erich Sendel
      • Astronautics Suite: Pt. 7 - Erich Sendel
      • Space-Time Music Pt. 2 - The Westway Studio Orchestra (Wilfred Josephs)
      • Space-Time Music Pt. 3 - The Westway Studio Orchestra (Wilfred Josephs)
      • Space-Time Music Pt. 4 - The Westway Studio Orchestra (Wilfred Josephs)
  • The Abominable Snowmen - BBC Sound Library:
    • Morning Prayer - Monks of the Sakya Sect
    • Offering to God of Sakya - Monks of the Sakya Sect
  • The Ice Warriors - Dudley Simpson
  • The Enemy of the World - Stock Music - Béla Bartók:
    • The Miraculous Mandarin (Pt. V "The Mandarin Enters") - The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Rolf Reinhardt)
    • Music for String Instruments, Percussion and Celesta (Pt. IV "Allegro Molto") - The RIAS Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Ferenc Fricsay)
    • Music for String Instruments, Percussion and Celesta (Pt. II "Allegro") - The RIAS Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Ferenc Fricsay)
    • The Miraculous Mandarin (Pt. III "Second Seduction Game") - The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Rolf Reinhardt)
    • Music for String Instruments, Percussion and Celesta (Pt. III "Adagio") - The RIAS Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Ferenc Fricsay)
    • NOTE: The PasB only states that "The Miraculous Mandarin" & "Music for String Instruments, Percussion and Celesta" and not the specific sections that are used in Enemy of the World. The following tracks are the sections of music from these 2 classical ballets which weren't used in the story - All composed by Béla Bartók:
      • Music for String Instruments, Percussion and Celesta (Pt. I "Andante Tranquillo") - The RIAS Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Ferenc Fricsay)
      • The Miraculous Mandarin (Pt. I "Beginning") - The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Rolf Reinhardt)
      • The Miraculous Mandarin (Pt. II "First Seduction Game") - The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Rolf Reinhardt)
      • The Miraculous Mandarin (Pt. IV "Third Seduction Game") - The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Rolf Reinhardt)
      • The Miraculous Mandarin (Pt. VI "Dance Of The Girl") - The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Rolf Reinhardt)
      • The Miraculous Mandarin (Pt. VII "The Chase") - The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (Conducted by Rolf Reinhardt)
  • The Web of Fear - 5 Assorted Electronic Stings by Brian Hodgson & the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Also Stock Music:
    • Music for String Instruments, Percussion and Celesta (Part III "Adagio") - The RIAS Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Ferenc Fricsay (Béla Bartók)
    • Lunar Probe: Andromède - François Bayle [Wrongly listed as "Lunar People"]
    • Space-Time Music Pt. 2 - The Westway Studio Orchestra (Wilfred Josephs)  
    • Space-Time Music Pt. 3 - The Westway Studio Orchestra (Wilfred Josephs)  
    • Palpitations - The Westway Studio Orchestra (John Scott)  
    • Impending Danger - The European Sound Stage Orchestra (Syd Dale)
    • Spine Chillers 1 (a) - Edwin Braden
    • Space Adventure Pt. 2 - The Norman Ramin Orchestra (Martin Slavin)
  • Fury from the Deep - Dudley Simpson
  • The Wheel in Space - Brian Hodgson / Tranquil Scene - Moneta Eagles [Played when the TARDIS is showing the pleasant images on the screen in Episode 1]

Season 6 Edit

Season 7 Edit

  • Spearhead from Space - Dudley Simpson
  • Doctor Who and the Silurians - Carey Blyton
  • The Ambassadors of Death - Dudley Simpson
  • Inferno - Stock Music; 2 cues are still unidentified. The others, in order of appearance:
    • Souls in Space - Nikki St. George (Brian Hodgson)
    • Crazy Sounds No. 4 - Cecil Leuter (Roger Roger) [Not listed on PasB]
    • Attack of the Alien Minds - Nikki St. George (Brian Hodgson) [Not listed on PasB]
    • The Delian Mode - Delia Derbyshire
    • Battle Theme - Nikki St. George (Brian Hodgson)
    • Mysterious Pt. 1: Omen of Fear [Slow] - The Telecast Orchestra (Denis Rycoth) [Not listed on PasB]
    • Gothic Submarine - Li De La Russe (Delia Derbyshire) & Nikki St. George (Brian Hodgson) [Not listed on PasB]
    • Blue Veils And Golden Sands - Delia Derbyshire
    • Build Up To... - David Vorhaus
    • Cosmic Sounds No. 5 - Georges Teperino [Not listed on PasB]
    • Homeric Theme - Nikki St. George (Brian Hodsgon)
    • Time Capsule - Nikki St. George (Brian Hodgson) [Not listed on PasB - Played briefly near the end of Episode 6 when the TARDIS is starting to power up. This Stock Music track is exactly identical to a track Brian Hodgson composed for The Wheel in Space, titled "Alien Ship Music"]

Season 8 Edit

Season 9 Edit

Season 10 Edit

Season 11 Edit

Season 12 Edit

Season 13 Edit

Season 14 Edit

Season 15 Edit

Season 16 Edit

Season 17 Edit

Season 18 Edit

Season 19 Edit

Season 20 Edit

Season 21 Edit

Season 22 Edit

Season 23 - The Trial of a Time Lord Edit

Season 24 Edit

Season 25 Edit

Season 26 Edit

Television movie Edit

Series 1-10 Edit

  • Next time… trailers
  • In Series 5 (2010) stock music was used in several "Next time…" trailers (DWMSE 27). The trailers for The Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone, The Vampires of Venice, Amy's Choice, The Hungry Earth, Cold Blood, The Lodger and The Pandorica Opens used combinations of the following pieces:
    • "Graveheart" by Mel Wesson, Bruce Fowler, Steve Kofsky & Hans Zimmer, Album: Directors Cuts: Outros [DCD047]
    • "Accelerometer" by Mel Wesson, Bruce Fowler, Steve Kofsky & Hans Zimmer, Album: Directors Cuts: Outros [DCD047]
    • "Cello Sub Marine" by Mel Wesson, Album: Directors Cuts: Drones [DCD011]
    • "Thunderland" by Nick Phoenix, Album: Directors Cuts: Drumscores [DCD018]
    • "Peak & Destroy" by Hans Zimmer, Steve Kofsky, Bruce Fowler & Mel Wesson, Album: Directors Cuts: Rises [DCD028]
    • "Orchestral Swell D" by Bart K Hendrickson, Carrie Harry & Dirty Dick, Album: Directors Cuts: Swells [DCD048]
    • "Choir Orchestral Swell D" by Bart K Hendrickson, Carrie Harry & Dirty Dick, Album: Directors Cuts: Swells [DCD048]
    • "Ear of God" by Mel Wesson, Bruce Fowler, Steve Kofsky & Hans Zimmer, Album: Directors Cuts: Rises [DCD028]
    • "Beat to Death" by Dirty Dick, Carrie Harry & Bart K Hendrickson, Album: Directors Cuts: Intros [DCD040]
    • "Implode" by Dirty Dick, Carrie Harry & Bart K Hendrickson, Directors Cuts: Outros [DCD047]

Series 11 and 12 Edit

Incidental Music Composers of Torchwood Edit

 Series 1 Edit

Murray Gold and Ben Foster were credited for the music in series 1, with the exception for Everything Changes and Cyberwoman where only Murray Gold was credited.

Series 2 & Series 3 - Children of Earth Edit

  • Ben Foster
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