Ah, for Shallcross' score, you'll either have to see him perform it live or get hold of a copy from him (as it's not with any video/dvd releases)- he's just Brecon's resident silent film composer, who does the rounds at venues in England too. We were lucky he lived there! Neil Brand is easily the best known silent composer in the UK, linked with the BFI (and accompanied the silents in Paul Merton's TV series). He tends to improvise more than Paul, is a more natural pianist, but Paul has a knack for matching the music very closely with the specific image, sequences and moments. He's mainly written for piano. Silent composers must get to know the films as intimately as anyone. He's very methodical, but with no loss of charm. I'm a musical dunce but i did convince him to alter his opening sequence for Potemkin!