Scott’s uniquely moving and shiver inducing voice has been heard on literally hundreds of films. John Williams wrote a 5 minute solo specifically for her in the score for Spielberg’s film “Munich”. She was the featured vocalist and co-lyricist for the John Debney score to the film “The Passion of the Christ”. She was the featured vocalist and songwriter for the Disney film “The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe”., and will again appear on the new “Prince Caspian”.
While her film work was gaining momentum, Scott was busy honing her craft as an artist in her own right. She recorded and produced four critically acclaimed CDs of her solo work Two of which were named album of the year by New Age Voice. She was the featured vocalist and co-writer for Paul Schwartz’ RCA releases “State of Grace (I and II) and “Earthbound”, all of which spent more than 10 weeks on Billboard’s Top Ten list. Scott has toured the world as both a solo artist and a featured vocalist for Paul Schwartz, John Debney, Harry Gregson Williams, performing with a 100 piece symphony orchestra one night and accompanying her own singing on piano, guitar, harmonium and dulcimer the next. Early on, Scott made a decision to use her voice as an instrument of healing no matter the context in which it appeared.
This continues to be her main focus. Not only is Scott producing material as a solo artist now, she has recently collaborated with the Danish group Bliss and will appear on 6 tracks of their upcoming EMI release in May. Scott and Greg Ellis have formed a duo called Biomusique which will release their debut on Kosmic Music on May 13th. Biomusique will be touring quite a bit this summer.
Ellis and Scott will also be joining the earthy and joyful group Medicine Drum (Chris Decker) on their summer 2008 tour. The fall will see a new solo Lisbeth Scott release in the works now, as well as a new film scored by Scott and Greg Ellis, who also produced the score. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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