Henry Mancini - Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? [Original Soundtrack] mp3 downloadPerformer: Henry Mancini
Title: Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? [Original Soundtrack]
Style: Instrumental Pop,Mood Music,Orchestral/Easy Listening
Location: Anvil Studios, Denham Bucks
Size MP3 version: 1601 mb
Size FLAC version: 1186 mb
Size WMA version: 1798 mb
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Henry Mancini - Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? [Original Soundtrack] mp3 download
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Theme from Who Is Killing the Great . Associated Performer: Original Soundtrack
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Henry Mancini. Listen on Apple Music. 1. Theme from Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
Artist: Henry Mancini Title Of Album: Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? Year Of Release: Label: RCA Victor - Legacy Genre: Contemporary Jazz, Classical, Score, Soundtrack . The rest of this pleasant album continues with the faux-classical theme, with Mancini alluding to Bizet, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, and Handel, as well as the usual - for a mystery - suspenseful, haunting orchestral rumblings. They Hang Chefs, Don't They? (1:56) 07. Bombes Away, Natasha In Venice (Natasha's Theme) (2:13) 08. Natasha's Theme (Piano Solo - Henry Mancini) (2:20) 09.
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Henry Mancini – Theme from Who Is Killing the Great Chefs o. :16. Henry Mancini – Late Night Call The Gathering. Henry Mancini – The Final Feast. Henry Mancini – The Moveable Feast.
Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?, released in the . as Too Many Chefs, is a 1978 comedy mystery film directed by Ted Kotcheff and starring George Segal, Jacqueline Bisset and Robert Morley. It is based on the novel Someone is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe by Nan and Ivan Lyons. The chefs are each killed in a manner reflecting their most famous dishes (for example, the lobster chef is drowned). The film was co-produced by the . Italy, France and West Germany.
Henry Mancini Theme from Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? 2:22. Henry Mancini - 1978 Who's killing the great chefs of Europe? (LPRip) 14 - End Title (Natasha's Theme).
Henry Mancini’s score for 1978’s WHO IS KILLING THE GREAT CHEFS OF EUROPE? occupies a fertile territory in the composer’s working career. Situated between a diverse mix of action, comedy, and dramatic movies – a trio of PINK PANTHER films, SILVER STREAK, 10, and Peter Sellers’ THE PRISONER OF ZENDA – GREAT CHEFS serves up a melodic musical menu of zesty flavors and satisfying tastes. Henry Mancini’s score for 1978’s WHO IS KILLING THE GREAT CHEFS OF EUROPE? occupies a fertile territory in the composer’s working career. This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging. View more - View less
Classic Mancini - The Classic Film Scores of Henry Mancini. Kaleidoscope - Premiere Recordings of Masterworks for Guitar Duo. You Must Remember This, Too - Classic Film Music Arranged for Guitar. Cross Creek: Theme from the Motion PIcture for Flute and Guitar (Leonard Rosenman). Whose Life Is It Anyway - Theme for Solo Guitar (Arthur B. Rubinstein).
Availability: Out of stock. For this very slight George Segal/Jacqueline Bisset comedy-mystery, Mancini wrote a charming little theme tune in the style of Bach or Mouret, setting the classical European air quite nicely, thank you. It's not usually included in his compilations or regarded much at all, but it deserves another listen. Influenced By Henry Mancini.
|Who is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?|
|1||Theme From Who is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (Main Title) Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||2:22|
|2||Well Done Louis Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||2:26|
|3||Pesce! Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||3:07|
|4||Bombe Richelieu (Natasha's Theme) Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||1:46|
|5||Italian Soup Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||2:19|
|6||They Hang Chefs, Don't They? Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||1:53|
|7||Bombes Away / Natasha in Venice (Natasha's Theme) Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||2:11|
|8||Natasha's Theme Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||2:15|
|9||The Movable Feast Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||1:11|
|10||Late Night Call / The Gathering (Theme from Who is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?) Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||2:16|
|11||Fiery Finale (Who is Killing The Great Chefs of Europe?) Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||4:18|
|12||The Final Feast / The Confession Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||3:22|
|13||Natasha's Theme (End Title) Henry Mancini||Henry Mancini||2:23|
CreditsDick Bogert - Engineer
Jessie Buchanan - Reissue Package Design
Bryon Davis - Executive Reissue Producer
Chas Ferry - Mastering
Randall Larson - Liner Notes
Henry Mancini - Arranger, Composer, Conductor, Performer, Primary Artist
Cary E. Mansfield - Executive Reissue Producer
National Philharmonic Orchestra - Orchestra
Jimmy O'Neal - Assistant Mastering Engineer
Bill Pitzonka - Art Direction, Executive Reissue Producer
Joe Reisman - Producer
Eric Tomlinson - Engineer