FILMUSIK: The Grand Duel
Philipp Wermeer has been framed for the murder of a powerful figure known as The Patriarch. Wermeer escapes, but the three Saxon brothers, sons of The Patriarch, have arranged for a large bounty on Wermeer’s head. Clayton is a grizzled ex-sheriff stripped of his office in Jefferson after refusing to acknowledge Wermeer’s guilt. During a series of fire-fights, Clayton contrives to help Wermeer escape from attacks of bounty-hunters. Together, the two make their way to Jefferson, where they can confront the three powerful Saxon brothers, and reveal the surprising truth about who killed The Patriarch.
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The Grand Duel
plays music that evokes 1960s Italian-made Western films. Formed in 2005 by six musicians, including members of
The Brian Jonestown Massacre
set out to re-capture the haunting, violent atmosphere illustrated in classic films such as
A Fistful of Dollars
Once Upon a Time in the West
’s orchestral sound is created by combining the sounds of Native American flutes, trumpets, keyboards, a male choir, timpani and melodic whistling, all rounded out with dueling drums and guitars. On stage,
can include as many as fourteen musicians.