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From the upbeat, rousing strains of the relevant parts of the Citizen Kane score (whence the CD takes its name, as the name of Kane's first newspaper acquisition), through the aria from Salaambo in the Susan Alexander section of the movie, you progress to the wistfully nostalgic music from The Magnificent Ambersons.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Your typical Bernard Herrmann score. Actually, this is the kind of musical atmosphere I was hearing in my mind while reading . cott Fitzgerald's novel on which this movie is based. There are shades of Vertigo's quiter moments interspersed throughout. The "main title" was not written by Herrmann. Of the forty-nine original feature film scores, eighteen, more than one-third of the total were written for films made at 20th Century-Fox.
Composed By – Bernard Herrmann (tracks: A1 to B2). Conductor – Muir Mathieson (tracks: A1 to B2). Notes. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. This release includes a number of 'bonus' tracks featuring music from other Hitchcock productions. Other Versions (5 of 17) View All. Cat.Great release, but last few tracks on side 2 don't convey the same classy atmosphere as the rest of the album. Otherwise a good pressing. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 22 For Sale from €1. 0.
It was not released as an album until 1975, when composer Bernard Herrmann conducted a recording with the National Philharmonic Orchestra. Psycho (Original Motion Picture Score) Q&A. Composer Bernard Herrmann. Writers Bernard Herrmann. More Bernard Herrmann albums. Taxi Driver: Original Soundtrack Recording.
Composed by Bernard Herrmann. I" letter soundtracks. Inquirer, The Передняя обложка. Composed by. Bernard Herrmann. Published by. Preamble. Album was composed by Bernard Herrmann and was released on January 1, 1992. Soundtrack consists of 17 tracks tracks with duration over more than hour. Album was released by Preamble. Furthermore, it's inexpensive. Godzilla: King of the Monsters Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Gris original soundtrack. Katana Zero Original Soundtrack.
bernard herrmann conducting the london philharmoni battle of neretva (original soundtrack recording). bernard herrmann elmer bernstein the royal philh bernard herrmann film scores (from citizen kane to taxi driver).
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|1||–John Steven Lasher||Celluloid Fanfare I: Bernard Herrmann||0:48|
|Citizen Kane (RKO, 1941)|
|2||–Bernard Herrmann||I. Suite "The Inquirer"||6:52|
|3||–Bernard Herrmann||II. Theme & Variations (Breakfast Montage)||3:18|
|4||–Bernard Herrmann||III. Salaambo's Aria
Soprano Vocals – Rosamund Illing
|The Magnificient Ambersons (RKO, 1942)|
|5||–Bernard Herrmann||I. Theme & Variations (I-V)||6:23|
|6||–Bernard Herrmann||II. First Nocturne
Soloist, Violin – Neville Tawell*
|7||–Bernard Herrmann||III. Second Nocturne
Soloist, Cello [Violoncello] – Henry Wenig
|Day The Earth Stood Still (TCF, 1951)|
|8||–Bernard Herrmann||I. Lincoln Memorial||1:19|
|9||–Bernard Herrmann||II. Arlington Cemetery||1:42|
|The Kentuckian (UA, 1955)|
|10||–Bernard Herrmann||I. Suite||19:22|
|Williamsburg # The Story Of A Patriot (Doc., 1956)|
|11||–Bernard Herrmann||I. Overture (Exit Music)||2:36|
|Night Digger (M-G-M, 1971)|
|12||–Bernard Herrmann||I. Suite
Soloist, Harmonica – Tommy ReillySoloist, Viola [Viola D'Amore] – Rosemary Green
|Battle Of Neretva (Commonwealth-United, 1971)|
|13||–Bernard Herrmann||I. Prelude||2:34|
|14||–Bernard Herrmann||II. Chetniks' March||1:47|
|15||–Bernard Herrmann||III. Partisan March||1:30|
|16||–Bernard Herrmann||IV. Victory! (Finale)||2:33|
|Sisters (American International, 1972)|
|17||–Bernard Herrmann||I. Cake Death||3:36|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fifth Continent Music Corp.
- Copyright (c) – Fifth Continent Music Corp.
- Published By – Fifth Continent Music Corp.
- Published By – Bourne Co.
- Published By – EMI Robbins Catalog Inc.
- Published By – Cromwell Music
- Published By – Famous Music Publishing
- Recorded At – Olympic Studios
- Recorded At – Allan Eaton Studios
- Engineered At – CMS Digital
- Engineered At – EMI Studios 301
- Mastered At – CMS Digital
- Recorded At – Barking Town Hall
- Recorded At – St Giles' Cripplegate
- Recorded At – West Ham Central Mission, London
- Recorded At – Anvil Recording Studios
- Mixed At – Barking Town Hall
- Mixed At – St Giles' Cripplegate
- Mixed At – West Ham Central Mission, London
- Mixed At – Anvil Recording Studios
- Adapted By [Ed.] – C Palmer* (tracks: 10), J Lasher* (tracks: 2, 12, 17)
- Art Direction, Artwork [Mezzotint & Colour Concept] – John Lasher*
- Compilation Producer [Cd Produced By], Executive Producer – John Lasher*
- Composed By – Bernard Herrmann (tracks: 2 to 17), John Steven Lasher (tracks: 1)
- Conductor – Bernard Herrmann (tracks: 12 to 17), Fred Steiner (tracks: 10), Tony Bremner (tracks: 1 to 9, 11)
- Design, Layout – Luke Design
- Edited By [Digital Tape Editing & Assembly, Cms Digital] – Robert Vosgien
- Edited By [Digital Tape Editing & Assembly, Studios 301] – Leon Zervos
- Liner Notes – John Lasher*, Royal S. Brown
- Orchestra – National Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: 10), Australian Philharmonic Orchestra* (tracks: 1 to 7, 11), London Philharmonic Orchestra* (tracks: 13 to 16), Sessions Of London Orchestra* (tracks: 12), London Studios Orchestra* (tracks: 17), Royal Philharmonic Orchestra* (tracks: 8, 9)
- Recorded By [Analog Recording Engineers], Mixed By [Remix Engineers] – Bob Auger (tracks: 10, 12 to 16), Eric Tomlinson (tracks: 17)
- Recorded By [Digital Recording Engineers] – Keith Grant (tracks: 1 to 9, 11), Robin Gray (tracks: 1 to 9, 11)
NotesTracks 1, 2, 11, 12: Premiere Recording
Album production credits:
Analog Recording & Remix: Barking Assembly Hall, London ("Battle of Neretva"); St. Giles Cripplegate, The Barbican, London ("Night Digger"); Westham Central Mission, London ("The Kentuckian"); Anvil Studios, Denham ("Sisters")
Digital Recording: Olympic Studios, London ("Day the Earth Stood Still"); Allan Eaton Studios, Melbourne ("Celluloid Fanfare I"; "Citizen Kane"; "The Magnificient Ambersons", "Williamsburg-The Story of A Patriot")
Digital Tape Editing & Assembly: CMS Digital, Studios 301
Cover Art: "Benny at Thirty" (photographer unknown, © 1941). Mezzotint & Colour Concept: © 1992 by John Lasher.
Special Thanks: Tony Bremner, Sidney Herman, Norma Herrmann, Chris Husted.
Fifth Continent Music Corp. (AMCOS); (2-4) Bourne Company (ASCAP); (5-7) Bourne Company (ASCAP); (8-9) EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. (ASCAP); Famous Music Publishing, Inc (ASCAP); Copyright Control (MSPS); (13-16) Copyright Control (MCPS); Copyright Control (MCPS).
Compilation © ℗ 1992 Fifth Continent Music Corp. (FCMC)
Manufactured & Printed in USA. Recorded in Australia & EEC.
[CD label:] Compilation ℗ & © 1992 FCMC
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (on sticker, scanned): 091772178929
- Barcode (on sticker, text): 0 91772 17892 9
- Matrix / Runout: D5042 PRCD 1789 ·
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L129
- Mould SID Code: iƒpi 2308
- Other (SPARS Code): ADD