Now, Voyager: Classic Film Scores of Max STEINER mp3 downloadTitle: Now, Voyager: Classic Film Scores of Max STEINER
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Max Steiner was the epitome of the classic Hollywood film composer, which makes him an ideal candidate for inclusion in conductor Charles Gerhardt's series of "Classic Film Scores" albums of recordings with the National Philharmonic Orchestra. Steiner started out in film in 1930, at the dawn of the sound era, and wrote hundreds of scores into the early '60s, retaining his initial sensibility, in which music, as it might have in the silent era, needed to do a lot of dramatic work.
Now, Voyager: The Classic Film Scores of Max Steiner. There are no selections from the Newman album, CAPTAIN FROM CASTILE, or the Raksin album and other than Newman's Fox Fanfare, there is no music by either of those composers on this disc. Track 17, the Original Main Title from Peyton Place, although left off the original CD release of the Waxman album, SUNSET BOULEVARD, has been included on a re-release.
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Steiner's dynamic orchestral score to King Kong (1933) changed the rules in Hollywood. Here are themes from that classic plus The Informer (1935), The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936), Four Wives (1939), Now, Voyager (1942), Since You Went Away (1944), Saratoga Trunk (1945), The Big Sleep (1946), Johnny Belinda (1948) and The Fountainhead (1949). Manufacturer: RCA Release date: 1 March 2011 EAN: 0886978127020 UPC: 886978127020.
This is another of the Classic Film Score series originally released in the 1970s. This one, devoted to Max Steiner scores, was originally RCA Red Seal LP, ARL1-0136. It includes music from his three Academy Award-winning scores. Steiner scored some 300 films; of these, 155 written over thirty years, were composed for Warner Bros. The best of these are now committed to disc and this album includes some of his most impressive. Steiner was a master of the art of capturing a film’s atmosphere, heightening its drama and manipulating the emotions of its audience
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Released by Scannan Film Classics in 1998 (SFC1502) containing music from Spencer's Mountain (1963), Parrish (1961), Ice Palace (1960), The Dark At The Top Of The Stairs (1960), The Hanging Tree (1959), The FBI Story (1959), The Flame And The Arrow (1950), Johnny Belinda (1948), Life With Father (1947), Mildred Pierce (1945), Now, Voyager (1942), Sergeant York (1941). Scannan Film Classics (SFC1502). Conducted by Kenneth Alwyn. Performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Format: CD. Music From. 16. First Love Scene (from Now Voyager).
Max Steiner won an Academy Award for his score for the film; yet, unlike the films for which he received his other two Awards - The Informer (1935) and Since You Went Away (1944) - Now, Voyager had not been heavily commended in other categories in the selection process. Steiner's approach, in the majority of scores, was to capture the elements of the film's story in a number of musical themes, with a broad vocabulary of melody and instrumentation which matched the range of story genres for which he composed.