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Akhnaton - One Deity - Herrmann* & Newman* - Their Classic Film Score For ;The Egyptian; (CD)

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  1. HERRMANN / NEWMAN: Egyptian (The) NA INFORMATION. Studio and Surround are all formatted in FLAC. Lossless is available in FLAC and ALAC (For Mac).
  2. While at CBS, Herrmann met Orson Welles, and wrote or arranged scores for radio shows in which Welles appeared or wrote, such as the Columbia Workshop, Welles's Mercury Theatre on the Air and Campbell Playhouse series (–), which were radio adaptations of literature and film. He conducted the live performances, including Welles's famous adaptation of H. G. Wells's The War of .
  3. The CD of the Soundtrack by Herrmann and Newman is superb, and is every bit as fresh and melodic as it was in when it accompanied / complimented the film. The 11 tracks by Alfred Newman are highlighted to indicate their different origins when compared to the bulk of the work by Bernard Herrmann, but the whole CD just blends into a seamless work, almost in the style of a tone poem/5(20).
  4. Feb 02,  · The FSM CD of the original music tracks relates the collaboration between composers Alfred Newman and Bernard Herrmann: Zanuck wanted Newman, head of Fox's music department, to score the film. Newman was already involved in the music for "No Business Like Show Business," and ultimately Herrmann was selected to score the film.
  5. THE EGYPTIAN: The Deluxe Edition Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Music Composed by Alfred Newman and Bernard Herrmann Our celebration of Bernard Herrmann's th birthday (June 29) continues with one of the most important and unique assignments of his career.
  6. Varese Sarabande VSD Country United States Format CD Release Date UPN Also contains music from.
  7. This is the first digital recording of the legendary score, a unique onetime collaboration between two of the greatest artists who ever composed music for the cinema: Alfred Newman and Bernard Herrmann. With rich orchestral colors and complex orchestrations and chorus, the music reflects the "long ago and far away" feel of the film/5(21).
  8. OCLC Number: Notes: Recorded and reconstructed by John Morgan. "First digital recording of the film score"--Insert. Compact disc. Program notes (11 p.: ports.) on insert in container.

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