Hinterland / Y Gwyll
The internationally acclaimed detective drama inspired by the communities and landscapes of Wales.
"Surely one of the loveliest soundtracks to grace a crime drama."
the original television soundtrack
Hinterland / Y Gwyll is an internationally acclaimed detective drama inspired by the communities and landscapes of Wales. The series is filmed in English and Welsh versions across the coast, countryside and streets of Abersytwyth. With the third series now in production, the drama is broadcast and available on demand internationally by broadcasters including Netflix, the BBC, S4C and DR.
The title theme and all other music is by John Hardy Music.
A new version of the Hinterland / Y Gwyll title theme, for solo harp...
Watch the music video for The World Keeps Turning, from the Hinterland / Y Gwyll soundtrack album
Hinterland / Y Gwyll comes back to BBC Four, with series 2 starting at 9pm on Saturday 23rd April...
We've made a creative new music app in collaboration with the BBC, where you create your own soundtrack to a clip from Hinterland.
The second series of Hinterland starts on BBC One Wales on Wednesday 23rd December. This bilingual version will be shown on.
the slightly scary but very exciting process of creating, from scratch, a sophisticated and tightly composed soundtrack...
Exactly half way through the massive but thrilling task of creating all the music for the new Welsh drama series Hinterland - Y Gwyll, colleagues at John Hardy Music have been...
"A thoroughly stylish production... (a) stirring score”
"A haunting soundtrack"
★★★★☆ "Streets ahead in terms of subtlety and sustained moodiness"
"It's a corker... there was a sense of capriciousness and subtle menace woven right through the production"
"Elegant, intelligent and infused with melancholy, Hinterland is reminiscent of Inspector Morse at its best."
"The most hotly-anticipated Welsh-language television event in years... dark, brooding and mysterious."
"The music also uses subtle melodic tones to perfectly convey the mood throughout."
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