Quartet Records presents the soundtrack album of a new score by Goya Award-winning composer Pascal Gaigne (HandiaLoreakEl faro de las orcasEl olivo) for the supernatural horror fantasy directed by Pauk Urkijo Alijo and produced by Alex de la Iglesia.

In a small town in Álava, ten years after the First Carlist War in 1833, a government commissioner named Alfredo investigates an event that takes him to a sinister smithy in the forest, where a dangerous and lonely blacksmith named Patxi lives. The villagers tell dark stories about him related to robberies, murders and demonic pacts-until by the chance, an orphan girl named Usue manages to sneak into the mysterious smithy and uncover the terrible truth behind Patxi the Blacksmith.

Pascal Gaigne provides a 77-minute big symphonic big tour-de-force score, almost operatic, written for full orchestra and chorus (with subtle electronic effects). One of the composer’s most special scores-performed by the Bratislava Symphony Orchestra under the baton of David Hernando Rico-it will surprise his many fans with its change of style.

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