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Queenie

Queenie

Intrada (Special Collection Vol. 304)

Release Date: December 11, 2014

Conducted by Georges Delerue

Format: CD

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1. Main Title (Alternate) 1:53
2. Main Title 1:52
3. Opening 1:45
4. Part Black 1:08
5. Dressing Indian 1:42
6. Movie Source 1:37
7. Escape From Teacher 0:52
8. Into Temple 2:42
9. Riot 3:07
10. Five Years Later 1:13
11. Queenie To Burton's 1:40
12. Burton And Queenie 3:28
13. Prunella Finds Burton 1:00
14. You're Going Home 1:25
15. London Bridge 1:51
16. Looking For Work 2:02
17. Queenie's Act No. 1 2:53
18. Part One End Credits 1:33
19. To The Truth 0:52
20. Walk In The Rain 2:00
21. Transition 1:51
22. Rape 3:24
23. Love Montage 1:54
24. Driving To David's 0:57
25. Screen Test 0:35
26. I Need You 0:39
27. Arrival In India 4:17
28. Following Vicky 0:46
29. Reunited With Vicky 2:44
30. She Shouldn't Be Here 1:04
31. Prunella Finds Queenie 1:06
32. I'll Miss You 1:05
33. Letter From Lucien 1:05
34. Queenie And Vicky 1:28
35. Queenie By Window 0:53
36. David III In Bed 1:47
37. She's My Wife 3:13
38. Old Letters 4:47
39. Flashback Montage 1:09
40. Finale 2:55
41. Part 2 End Credits 1:04
42. Queenie's Act No. 2 2:54
  Total Album Time: 78:12

Contributed Review

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December 26, 2014

One of the more striking elements of Queenie is its score by Georges Delerue. His musical signatures–the boundless energy, that razor-sharp psychological acuity, and an unsurpassed romantic lyricism, as described by Julie Kirgo in her liner notes– are on lavish display in his score for Queenie, which is instantly recognizable as classic Delerue. The film's setting in India allowed him to introduce some rich new colorings to his music, particularly in the string and percussion departments. Sitars and tablas–or sound-alikes–are significant components of this score, along with bowed string instruments and struck bass.

The score is presented here from the original session masters stored at 20th Century Fox in pristine condition, primarily in stereo with a few tracks taken from the 3-track split mono elements mixed by Mike Matessino so that they blend seamlessly into the stereo program. The album also includes an alternate main title that serves as an overture to the album.


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