Album · 1990 · 8 Songs. The Harbor of Bagdad (From "the Thief of Bagdad"). 3. Proccesion (From "the Thief of Bagdad"). 4. Eternal Love (From "the Thief of Bagdad"). 5. Gallop of the Flying Horse (From "the Thief of Bagdad"). 6. Dance of the Silvermaid (From "the Thief of Bagdad"). 7. The Marketplace of Basra (From "the Thief of Bagdad").
Bagdad Harbour was a misnomer by Rózsa as the city has no harbor. We see a vibrant and busy street life, which is supported by the distinctly ornate oriental auras of the Bagdad Theme. Soon we come upon a blind Ahmad and his dog (Abu) begging for alms. For 76 years Rózsa’s The Thief of Bagdad has been one of the long sought Holy Grails of film scores. This album features the complete score, which includes over 70 minutes of previously unrecorded music, an additional 30 minutes of bonus material as well as a new premier recording of The Love of the Princess for Violin and Orchestra performed by Lucie Svehlova. The recording under the skillful baton of Nic Raine and City of Prague Symphony Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus, with the Mid Hertfordshire Youth Choir, is pristine, offering dynamic 24-Bit 96kHz digital sound.
Miklos Rozsa - Proccesion (From "The Thief of Bagdad") 02:41. Miklos Rozsa - Eternal Love (From "The Thief of Bagdad") 04:44. Miklos Rozsa - Gallop of the Flying Horse (From "The Thief of Bagdad") 01:40. Miklos Rozsa - Dance of the Silvermaid (From "The Thief of Bagdad") 03:14. Miklos Rozsa - The Marketplace of Basra (From "The Thief of Bagdad") 03:02. Miklos Rozsa Conducts His Epic Film Scores - Miklos Rozsa. The Miklós Rózsa Collection: Music For Guitar - Gregg Nestor, Miklos Rozsa, Raymond Burley, WILLIAM KANENGISER.
Miklós Rózsa (Hungarian: ; 18 April 1907 – 27 July 1995) was a Hungarian-American composer trained in Germany (1925–1931), and active in France (1931–1935), the United Kingdom (1935–1940), and the United States (1940–1995), with extensive sojourns in Italy from 1953. Best known for his nearly one hundred film scores, he nevertheless maintained a steadfast allegiance to absolute concert music throughout what he called his "double life.
Complete your Miklós Rózsa, Elmer Bernstein, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Saltarello Choir collection.
The Thief of Bagdad (1940 film). The Thief of Bagdad is a 1940 British Technicolor Arabian fantasy film, produced by Alexander Korda, directed by Michael Powell, Ludwig Berger, and Tim Whelan, with additional contributions by Korda's brothers Vincent and Zoltán and William Cameron Menzies. It was distributed in the US and the UK by United Artists.
CreditsElmer Bernstein - Conductor
Miklós Rózsa - Primary Artist
|1||Main Title - Harbour Scene||Miklós Rózsa|
|2||I Want to Be a Sailor||Miklós Rózsa|
|4||Abu and Achmad||Miklós Rózsa|
|5||Abu's Song||Miklós Rózsa|
|6||Love Song/The Pool/Princess and the Princess||Miklós Rózsa|
|7||Sultan's Toys||Miklós Rózsa|
|8||Galop of the Flying Horse||Miklós Rózsa|
|9||Storm at Sea||Miklós Rózsa|
|12||Skeleton Room/Duel With the Spider/Return||Miklós Rózsa|
|13||Blue Rose/Fight an Dcapture of Achmad||Miklós Rózsa|
|14||Golden Tent||Miklós Rózsa|
|15||Abu to the Rescue/Death of Jaffar/Finale||Miklós Rózsa|