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Her Alibi

Her Alibi

Intrada (Special Collection Vol. 283)

Release Date: August 12, 2014

Conducted by Georges Delerue

Format: CD

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1. Main Title 2:15
2. Wild Source 3:01
3. Enter Nina 2:36
4. Nina 0:51
5. True Confessions 1:27
6. Welcome Home 1:25
7. Dinner With Nina 1:44
8. The Knife 2:29
9. Nina Tries To Escape 1:48
10. Shopping For Knives 0:59
11. Chase 1:29
12. The Haircut 2:54
13. Bow And Arrow Run 2:08
14. Bow And Arrow Run)(Alternate) 2:09
15. The Dream Sequence 2:05
16. The Book Store 2:58
17. The Scissors 0:55
18. Nina's Passion 1:34
19. Poison Panic 2:05
20. The Dead Cat 1:01
21. Panic In Motion (Alternate) 3:08
22. Nina Leaves 0:40
23. Another Dead Roach 0:15
24. End Credits 5:08
25. THE EXTRAS: Poison Panic 0:41
26. Wild Strings 0:42
27. Romanian Music 0:48
28. CIRCUS MUSIC: Circus Brass Band Fanfare 2:25
29. Circus Brass Band Fanfare (Alternate No. 1) 2:56
30. Circus Brass Band Fanfare (Alternate No. 2) 2:34
31. Calliope No. 1 2:43
32. Calliope No. 2 2:47
33. Circus Accordion 2:45
34. Solo Fiddle 0:33
35. Circus Organ No. 1 3:15
36. Circus Organ No. 2 1:39
37. Waltz Theme 1:07
38. Theme No. 2 0:54
39. The Tuba 0:20
40. Wild Drums 2:48
41. Wild Harmonica (Alternate) 1:05
42. Wild Harmonica 1:26
  Total Album Time: 78:32

From the Manufacturer

Prior to scoring Her Alibi, composer Georges Delerue had done his share of romantic comedies with elements of mock suspense and romantic music came as naturally to him as breathing. For Her Alibi he wrote a sincere romantic theme for Nina, the heart of the score, as well as a mischievous melody for Blackwood's detective avatar, some lighthearted danger music for the Romanian bad guys, and several other melodic ideas and set-pieces for a rich work that complements the film's comedy but also imbues it with a real sense of exoticism and romance. It would be one of five projects Delerue ultimately collaborated on with director Bruce Beresford.

To present all of this music, Intrada was given access to the original session mixes made in December 1988, contained on four rolls of 1/4" 15 ips two-track stereo tape and vaulted in pristine condition by Warner Bros. The album contains a complete body of previously unreleased (and in many cases, unheard) Georges Delerue compositions of the finest quality, filling a major gap in his available oeuvre.

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