ARC Music Tracks Feature in New Indiana Jones Movie - Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

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The long awaited and eagerly anticipated new instalment of Steven Spielberg's blockbuster "Indiana Jones" movies is finally coming to our cinemas this spring - and it features Russian folk music from ARC Music album Best of Russian Folk Songs, EUCD1146.

ARC Music album in new Indiana Jones film

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

The long awaited and eagerly anticipated new instalment of Steven Spielberg's blockbuster "Indiana Jones" movies is finally coming to our cinemas this spring - and it features Russian folk music from ARC Music album Best of Russian Folk Songs, EUCD1146.

"Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" is set to be a smash hit, with original actor Harrison Ford reprising the eponymous lead role nearly 20 years after the last film was made in 1989. The all star cast also includes Oscar winning screen siren Cate Blanchett, Oscar winning actor Jim Broadbent, British icons John Hurt and Ray Winstone, and actress Karen Allen, who starred in the very first of the series, Raiders of the Lost Ark.

The ARC Music tracks that will be heard in the movie are popular Russian folk songs by the Balalaika Ensemble "Wolga". The unique sounds of the balalaikas and the strong deep voices of the Russian singers truly express the culture of Russia through this beautiful music.

Because the ARC Music catalogue comprises such a wide variety of authentic music from around the world, it has already been employed by the movie and television industries as an extensive resource. Albums from their catalogue have also featured in Steven Spielberg's epic "Munich", the internationally acclaimed latest James Bond "Casino Royale", and most recently the action-packed film "The Kingdom", to name just a few. For more information, visit the website, ARC Music Productions.

Don't miss seeing Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull when it's released in a cinema near you - it's going to be a rollercoaster ride of a film.

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