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Here are a few of our favourite highlights showcasing the legendary Boosey & Hawkes catalogue. From Disney blockbusters to indie classics and global brand campaigns, with some fierce remixing thrown in for good measure; the music of Boosey & Hawkes continues to soundtrack some of the most stunning visual works produced by the film and advertising industries.

Boychoir, Official Trailer (Worldwide Release), Jenkins.

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A staple work for most choirs across the world, Jenkin’s “Adiemus” draws us into the life of a choir boy in the this 2015 feature film.

Canon, "Come And See" Ad (U.K.), Khachaturian.

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Khachaturian’s universally recognised “Sabre Dance” adds an extra punch to Jonathan Glazer’s ferocious visual spectacle.

Audi, "Audi Duel" Ad (U.S.), Paganini.

A beautifully delicate rearrangement of Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini by Tom Hodge.

Plan B, "Ill Manors" Music Video (Worldwide Release), Shostakovich.

Following Peter Fox's lead, Plan B's sample of Dmitri Shostakovich's  Leningrad Symphony No. 7 is a brilliant rework of a masterpiece, utilising Shostakovich's ominous composition to capture the cultural animosity of a turbulent moment in Britain's recent past.  

Not On The High Street, Ad (U.K), Shostakovich.

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Shostakovich’s Jazz Suite No. 2 has a mysterious allure and cheeky undertones which accompany this sweet homage to Father's Day.

Birdman, Feature Film (Worldwide Release), Rachmaninoff.

The pairing of Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2 in E Minor and Michael Keaton’s flight take us delicately soaring the streets of New York with him.

Moonrise Kingdom, Feature Film (Worldwide Release), Britten.

Wes Anderson’s childhood love of Britten is sonically stamped all over this indie hit, with The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra and Friday Afternoons steering the viewer through the captivating narrative.

BMW, Ad (Spain), Stravinsky.

In this BMW Campaign, Stravinsky meticulously guides his orchestra through sublime final moments of Pulcinella's Overture, mirroring BMWs standards of excellence and precision, making for a classically stylish result.

Frozen, Feature Film (Worldwide Release), Fjellheim.

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It only seems fitting that a Norwegian composer would land himself on the ice with one of Disney’s best loved heroines to date. 

NS&I, "It's Rewarding Doing The Right Thing" Ad (U.K.), Copland.

It’s first outing in UK advertising for 30 years, Copland’s epic Fanfare for the Common Man celebrates the small acts of kindness that make heroes out ordinary people in this NS&I campaign. 

Nike, "I Am The Rules" Ad (U.K.), Shostakovich.

Nike's 2010 U.K. campaign "I Am The Rules" used "Alles Neu" by Peter Fox who first sampled Dmitri Shostakovich's Leningrad Symphony No 7. 

Warsteiner, "Get The Real Thing" Ad (Germany), Jenkins.

This isn’t the first time Karl Jenkins’ "Palladio" has been brought to our screens, but it never ceases to add something fresh and impactful as it does here in Warsteiner’s “Get The Real Thing” campaign.

Beef Council, "The Invitation" Ad (U.K.), Aaron Copland.

Beef Council continue to use this iconic work by American composer Aaron Copland as the sonic theme to their long running campaign.

Lloyds TSB, "For The Journey" Ad (U.K.), Kats-Chernin.

One of the UK's longest running sync placements, "Eliza's Aria" taken from Elena Kats-Chernin's ballet Wild Swans was on our screens for over 7 years!  Sountracking Lloyds TSB since 2007, this placement is from the 2012 Summer Olympic Games.

Johnny Walker, "Keep Walking" Ad (Worldwide Release), Jenkins.

Karl Jenkin’s “In Caelum Fero” adds an intensity and drive to the narrative of Johnny Walker’s “Keep Walking” campaign.