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Max Steiner - King Kong/This Is Cinerama/Death of a Scoundrel album mp3

Max Steiner - King Kong/This Is Cinerama/Death of a Scoundrel album mp3
Film Music,Soundtracks
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    Max Steiner
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    King Kong/This Is Cinerama/Death of a Scoundrel
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    Film Music,Soundtracks
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King Kong: King Kong Theatre March. 12. King Kong: Kong inale. 13. This Is Cinerama: Opening & Closing Themes - Cinerama Philharmonic Orchestra/Louis Forbes. 15. Death Of A Scoundrel: Opening & Closing Themes - RKO Radio Pictures Orchestra/Max Steiner. 16. Death Of A Scoundrel: Mother Mother - RKO Radio Pictures Orchestra/Max Steiner. 17. Death Of A Scoundrel: Stephanie - RKO Radio Pictures Orchestra/Max Steiner

This Is Cinerama (Merrian C. Cooper/Cinerama, 1952). This Is Cinerama : Our National Parks & Monuments. Death Of A Scoundrel (RKO Radio Pictures, 1956). Death Of A Scoundrel : Opening & Closing Themes. Re-named re-issue of 1996 release 'Max Steiner ‎– At The Movies - Label "X" ‎– ATM CD 2005' (Max Steiner - At The Movies). Codice a barre e altri identificatori.

Death of a Scoundrel is a 1956 film written, directed and produced by Charles Martin and starring George Sanders, Yvonne De Carlo, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Victor Jory and Coleen Gray. This film and The Falcon's Brother are the only two to feature real-life lookalike brothers George Sanders and Tom Conway, who portray brothers in both pictures. The movie's music is by Max Steiner and the cinematographer is James Wong Howe.

King Kong: The Return of Kong. National Philharmonic Orchestra. This Is Cinerama: Our National Parks and Monuments. Cinerama Philharmonic Orchestra. Death of a Scoundrel: Opening & Closing Themes. RKO Radio Pictures Orchestra. Death of a Scoundrel: Mother, Mother. Death of a Scoundrel: Stephanie. 18. Death of a Scoundrel: Waltz. 19. Death of a Scoundrel: Kelly Blues.

His musical credentials are without doubt. He was born in Vienna, his grandfather was a musical impresario, his godfather was Richard Strauss, he studied for a time with Gustav Mahler, and in his film music he used Richard Wagner's method based on leitmotifs. This is Cinerama - a documentary film by King Kong director Merian C. Cooper, featuring lots of wide-screen aerial photography over various landmarks of the US landscape. Now, Voyager - oscar-winning and widely acclaimed. Among many albums of music by Max Steiner, we can readily recommend the compilation double album named after his most famous film Gone with the Wind. Individual soundtracks of note include the following

Get this album or track at: 1:09. 2. A Fateful Meeting. Get this album or track at: 4:16. This is also the problem with the film - but the time it ends, you feel as though you've had sensory overload for three hours! With two hours of music missing from the album, and the short time in which to do it, this CD is actually a very good representation of the music in the movie. There are a lot of pieces missing that I would have liked to hear (the bug sequence, Ann's sacrifice to Kong, and more), but this is a very solid album that is sure to grow on you after you see the film.

Fleischer); All Mine to Give ( The Day They Gave Babies Away ) (Reisner); Death of a Scoundrel (Martin). Band of Angels (Walsh); Escapade in Japan (Lubin), China Gate (Fuller). Steiner was also one of the most prolific of all film composers, famed for going with extremely little sleep while completing major projects, including the three hours and twenty minutes of music for Gone With the Wind.

The Story of King Kong. The Story of King Kong. Max Steiner (May 10, 1888 – December 28, 1971) was an Austrian composer who achieved legendary status as the creator of hundreds of classic American film scores. As a child he was astonishingly musically gifted, composing complex works as a teenager and completing the course of study at Vienna's Hochschule fuer Musik und Darstellende Kunst in only one year, at the age of sixteen. He studied under Gustav Mahler and, before the age of twenty, made his living as a conductor and as composer of works for the theater, the concert hall, and vaudeville.


Cinerama Philharmonic Orchestra - Orchestra
Louis Forbes - Conductor
John Steven Lasher - Liner Notes
National Philharmonic Orchestra - Orchestra
RKO Radio Pictures Orchestra - Orchestra
Alan Silvestri - Composer
Ed Spyra - Design
Fred Steiner - Conductor
Max Steiner - Conductor, Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 King Kong, film score~Main Title; A Boat in the Fog Max Steiner 3:56
2 King Kong, film score~Forgotten Island; Jungle Dance Max Steiner 4:56
3 King Kong, film score~The Sea at Night Max Steiner 2:30
4 King Kong, film score~Aboriginal Sacrifice Dance Max Steiner 4:03
5 King Kong, film score~Entrance of Kong Max Steiner 4:23
6 King Kong, film score~The Bronte; Log Sequence Max Steiner 4:40
7 King Kong, film score~Cryptic Shadows Max Steiner 1:52
8 King Kong, film score~Kong; The Cave Max Steiner 9:36
9 King Kong, film score~Sailors Waiting Max Steiner 1:37
10 King Kong, film score~The Return of King Max Steiner 4:15
11 King Kong, film score~King Kong Theatre March Max Steiner 1:35
12 King Kong, film score~Kong Escapes; Aeroplanes; Finale Max Steiner 4:51
13 This Is Cinerama, film score~Our National Parks & Monuments Max Steiner 6:15
14 This Is Cinerama, film score~End Credits Alan Silvestri Max Steiner 1:31
15 Death of a Scoundrel, film score~Opening & Closing Themes Max Steiner 4:11
16 Death of a Scoundrel, film score~Mother Mother Max Steiner 2:56
17 Death of a Scoundrel, film score~Stephanie Max Steiner 1:54
18 Death of a Scoundrel, film score~Waltz Max Steiner 1:24
19 Death of a Scoundrel, film score~Kelly Blues Max Steiner 3:38