With the thermometer pointing to the minus zone, here's the very appropriate Battle on the Ice from Eisenstein's 1938 Alexander Nevsky. Is this the best movie score ever written?
If you're thinking it sounds remarkably good for its age, that's because the sound has been remastered to incorporate a 1995 re-recording of Prokofiev's score by Yuri Temirkanov and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra (one of the few recorded versions of the full movie score). Sadly the only DVDs available use the original olde crackly recording instead.
For the more widely-recorded cantata (a condensation and rearrangement of the full score) my money goes on Claudio Abbado's thrilling LSO recording.