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ORIGINAL FILM MUSIC THEMES: Things to Come (1936-1947)


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ORIGINAL FILM MUSIC THEMES: Things to Come (1936-1947)

Bliss, Arthur

  March (Things to Come)
1.   March 00:03:41
2.   Ballet for children 00:03:30
3.   Melodrama - Attack 00:02:49
4.   Melodrama - Pestilence 00:02:05
5.   The World In Ruins 00:02:39
6.   Epilogue 00:02:26

Addinsell, Richard

  Warsaw Concerto
7.   Warsaw Concerto 00:08:12

Williams, Charles

  The Night has Eyes (The Night has Eyes)
8.   'The Night has Eyes' 00:03:19

Rosenthal, Ted
Morey, Larry, lyricist(s)

  Bambi - Selections (Bambi)
9.   Medley 00:05:45

Bath, Hubert

  Cornish Rhapsody (Love Story)
10.   'Cornish Rhapsody' 00:06:07

Brodszky, Nicholas

  Themes from the film The Way To The Stars
11.   Themes from the film The Way To The Stars) 00:06:37

Williams, Charles

  The Dream of Olwen (While I Live)
12.   'The Dream of Olwen' 00:03:51
13.   'While I Live' 00:04:19

Rózsa, Miklós

  Spellbound Concerto (Spellbound)
14.   Spellbound Concerto 00:03:58

Total Playing Time: 00:59:18

Addinsell, Richard; Bath, Hubert; Bliss, Arthur; Brodszky, Nicholas; Rosenthal, Ted; Rózsa, Miklós; Williams, Charles

Morey, Larry

Bath, Hubert; Bliss, Arthur; Mathieson, Muir; Williams, Charles; Yorke, Peter

Charles Williams Concert Orchestra; London Symphony Orchestra; Peter Yorke Concert Orchestra; Queen's Hall Light Orchestra; Two Cities Symphony Orchestra

Cohen, Harriet; Dulay, Arthur; Kentner, Louis

Label: Naxos Nostalgia

Genre: Nostalgia

Period: 20th Century; Contemporary

Catalogue No: 8.120597

Barcode: 0636943259726

Distribution Note(s):

Not available in the United States due to possible copyright restrictions

Physical Release: 02/2002

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