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The Film Music of Alan Rawsthorne

Work details

Suite from 'The Captive Heart'
arr. Gerard Schurmann

1'37"/3'12"/2'04"/2'04"/1'54"/3'39"/1'53" - TT 18'23"
Main Titles from 'West of Zanzibar'
arr. Philip Lane

3'21"
Main Titles and Nocturne from 'The Cruel Sea'
arr. and orch. Philip Lane

4'52"
From 'Where No Vultures Fly'
arr. and orch. Philip Lane

1'31"/4'27"/4'21" - TT 10'21"
From 'Uncle Silas'
arr. and orch. Philip Lane

2'41"/3'18"/0'40" - TT 6'41"
Main Titles and Emergency from 'Lease of Life'
arr. Gerard Schurmann

2'44"
Three Dances from 'The Dancing Fleece'
arr. and orch. Philip Lane

3'16"/4'50"/3'40" - TT 11'48"
Suite from 'Burma Victory'
arr. Gerard Schurmann

3'03"/3'43"/2'08"/3'18" - TT 12'14"
Saraband and Carnival from 'Saraband for Dead Lovers'
arr. Gerard Schurmann

4'11"

 

Artist details

BBC Philharmonic
Rumon Gamba
, conductor

 

Recording details

Recording dates: 30 April - 1 May 1999
Venue: New Broadcasting House, Manchester, UK
Executive Producer: Mike George
Recording Producer: Ralph Couzens
Sound Engineer: Stephen Rinker
Editor: Rachel Smith
Copyright: 2000 Chandos Records Ltd
Pressing: 2000 Chandos Records Ltd

Chandos CHAN 9749 DDD Stereo
TT - 73'15"

 

Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: John Belcher (in English)
French translation: Marie-Stella Pâris
German translation: Bettina Reinke-Welsh
Front Cover: Photograph of Jack Hawkins from 'The Cruel Sea' © Canal+ Image UK Ltd, reproduced with kind permission of Mrs Doreen Hawkins
Back Cover: Photograph of Rumon Gamba by Sasha Gusov
Design: Sean Coleman
Typesetting: Dave Partridge
Booklet editor: Finn S Gundersen
Credits: Financial support from the Rawsthorne Trust. Scores and parts for 'The Cruel Sea' supplied courtesy of Silva Screen Records Ltd

 

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