Charles Gerhardt - The Spectacular World Of Classic Film Scores: 20 Highlights From The Best-Selling RCA Series album flac
|Fanares For Motion Picture Studios||1:27|
|Star Wars: Main Title||5:40|
|Captain Blood: Overature||2:58|
|Now, Voyager: Love Scene And Finale||2:42|
|Gone With The Wind: Polka||1:05|
|Elizabeth And Essex: Elizabeth's Theme||1:53|
|The Caine Mutiny: March||2:33|
|Citizen Kane: Salammbô's Aria||4:32|
|Knights Of The Round Table: Scherzo: Hawks In Flight||1:17|
|Objective, Burma!: Parachute Drop||2:16|
|The Guns Of Navarone: Prelude||2:20|
|Julius Caesar: Overature||4:30|
|Peyton Place: Original Main Title||3:22|
|The Thing (From Another World): Suite||10:33|
|King Of The Khyber Rifles: The Attack On The Mountain Stronghold||3:11|
|Salome: The Dance Of The Seven Veils||5:02|
|ARL1-2792||Charles Gerhardt||The Spectacular World Of Classic Film Scores: 20 Highlights From The Best-Selling RCA Series (LP, Comp)||RCA||ARL1-2792||US||1978|
|RL 42005||Charles Gerhardt, National Philharmonic Orchestra||Charles Gerhardt, National Philharmonic Orchestra - The Spectacular World Of Classic Film Scores (LP, Comp)||RCA Red Seal||RL 42005||UK||1976|
|2792-2-RG||Charles Gerhardt||Spectacular World Of Classic Film Scores (CD, Album, Comp)||RCA Victor||2792-2-RG||US||1991|
Charles Gerhardt, National Philharmonic Orchestra - The Spectacular World Of Classic Film Scores (LP, Comp). Spectacular World Of Classic Film Scores (CD, Album, Comp).
From the album "Lost Horizont' The Classic Film Scores of Dimitri Tiomkin" Charles Gerhardt National Philarmonic Orchestra 1976 RCA Limited, Records Division, RCA House, Curzon Street, London W1 Vinyl № RL 42317 RCA Red Seal.
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Spectacular World of the Classic Film Scores. 20th Century Fox With Cinemascope Extension. Charles Gerhardt, National Philharmonic Orchestra. Dance of the Seven Veils.
20th Century Fox With Cinemascope Extension.
Album · 1974 · 15 Songs. Charles Gerhardt & The Ambrosia Singers. 6. The Love of the Princess (From "the Thief of Bagdad"). Song of the Jungle (From "the Jungle Book"). Charles Gerhardt, National Philharmonic Orchestra & The Ambrosian Singers.
Charles Gerhardt conducts these works lovingly and with great authority. He and producer George Korngold are to be greatly thanked for creating this series with RCA as a way to preserve the great film music of the Thirties and Forties for future generations with good stereo sound that brought out the full orchestral splendor of the compositions. There wasn't much in the way of film music recordings in those days anyway. Even Gone With the Wind had no sound recording, but of course those were the days of 78 RPM records. This is a new remastering of the original 1990 CD's and they not. The big sleep is the best. Purchased the album for this one track and was not disappointed.
Classic Film Scores: Captain Blood. Classic Film Scores: Bette Davis.
This is a list of the best-selling albums by year in the United States. Billboard magazine began publishing year-end lists for album sales in 1956. Until 1991, the Billboard album chart was based on a survey of representative retail outlets that determined a ranking, not a tally of actual sales. Weekly surveys and year-end charts by Billboard and other publications such as now defunct Cash Box magazine sometimes differed
Classic Film Scores National Philharmonic Orchestra Charles Gerhardt. In october 2010 and 2011, RCA issued thirteen cfs disks in superb transfers from analog masters. For more information on these reissues, please check here. Gerhardt had plans to continue the series including The Women (Classic Film Scores for the Great Hollywood Actresses), Dodge City (Classic Film Scores for Westerns by Max Steiner), Frankenstein (Classic Film Scores for Horror Films), and Things to Come (Classic Film Scores for Science Fiction Films) as well as separate LPs for music of Victor Young, Elmer. A beautifully played suite of music from the most famous film ever made. It is amazing that music of this quality and effectiveness could have been composed in such a short time - three months.
Exactly what the best film scores from this age are supposed to do. Though a bit on the nose, this swirling, manic take on the subject matter also work as a brilliant piece of music in its own right. Hitchcock and Bernard Herrmann were constant collaborators and this was one of their best soundtracks. From the Johan Strauss waltz ‘The Blue Danube’ to avant-gardist György Ligeti and, most famously, Richard Strauss’ tone poem ‘Also Sprach Zarathustra’, Kubrick catapulted these composers back into the spotlight and made these classic pieces forever synonymous with his iconic film. 20: Halloween (1978). John Carpenter is a man to be reckoned with. When people hear this music they start looking around every corner and hiding the steak knives. It’s threatening and catchy, and, like the villain in the film, feels as if it will never stop. 19: Blade Runner (1982).