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The Golden Voyage of Sinbad

The Golden Voyage of Sinbad

Intrada (Special Collection Vol. 349)

Release Date: March 14, 2016

Conducted by Miklos Rozsa

Performed by
The Rome Symphony Orchestra

Format: CD

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Disc 1: 1974 Album / Complete Score Part - 1
1. 1974 ALBUM: Prelude 1:31
2. Arrival Of The Homunculus 2:42
3. The Dream 1:16
4. The Storm 1:57
5. Marabia Beach 1:25
6. Koura's Pursuit 1:49
7. The Destiny 2:48
8. Night Time 3:06
9. The Siren 3:24
10. The Chart 4:44
11. Making Of The Homunculus 2:46
12. Temple Of The Oracle 3:17
13. Escape From The Temple 2:44
14. Sinbad Discovers Koura 1:52
15. Sinbad Fights Kali 3:27
16. Fountain Of Destiny 2:28
17. The Centaur And The Gryphon 3:58
18. Death Of The Centaur 1:35
19. Koura's End 3:41
20. Sinbad's Decision 3:48
21. COMPLETE SCORE - PART 1: Main Title 1:33
22. Homunculus Drops Tablet On Sinbad's Ship 2:42
23. Sinbad's Dream 1:16
24. Storm (Koura Calls)/Marabia 3:16
25. Koura Chases Sinbad To Vizier's City 1:50
26. Koura's Castle/Vizier Receives Sinbad Into Palace 1:31
27. Vizier – Sinbad Enter Lower Chamber 0:46
28. Lower Chamber (2 Tablets & Map) 2:28
29. Belly Dance (Sinbad's Ship) 0:34
30. Lower Chamber (Homunculus Explodes) 1:29
31. Sinbad In Hakim's Market 1:01
32. Sinbad Throws Hakim's Bodyguard 0:30
33. Sinbad Meets Margiana / Vizier - Margiana Board Sinbad's Ship 3:42
34. Haroun Appears On Deck 0:42
  Disc Time: 77:38

Disc 2: Complete Score - Part 2 / Extras
1. COMPLETE SCORE - PART 2: Koura – Sinbad's Ship At Night / Sinbad – Margiana In Cabin 6:01
2. Koura Guides Siren To Chart 3:22
3. Sinbad And Crew Fight Siren 4:43
4. Haroun's Lute 0:22
5. Lemuria – Part 1 & Part 2 1:07
6. Making Homunculus 2:43
7. Sinbad – Koura Land On Lemuria 3:13
8. Lute Stinger / Sinbad Arrives At Temple / Medium Speaks 3:46
9. Oracle Appears / Oracle Speech / Oracle Disappears 3:27
10. Koura Lights Fuse And Temple Explodes 0:23
11. Escape From Temple Of The Oracle 2:42
12. Green Men Capture Koura 0:48
13. Koura To Green Men's Temple 0:56
14. Kali Walk Dance 1:52
15. Koura Challenges Sinbad To Fight Kali / Kali Fight / Green Men Put Margiana In Pit 5:06
16. Green Men Put Margiana In Pit / Horn (Green Men) 2:19
17. Centaur Appears 2:37
18. Koura's Prayer Brings Down Rocks 2:40
19. Koura Enters Cave / Fountain Of Destiny 2:28
20. Koura Praying By Fountain 0:35
21. Centaur Attacks Sinbad 5:28
22. Sinbad Fights Invisible Koura / Crown Of Many Riches And End Title 7:21
23. EXTRAS (THREE-CHANNEL STEREO SESSION MIXES): Vizier – Fanfare (Early Unused Take) 0:10
24. Koura's Castle/Vizier Receives Sinbad Into Palace (Complete) 1:59
25. Vizier – Sinbad Enter Lower Chamber (Complete) 0:47
26. Belly Dance (Sinbad's Ship) 0:34
27. Sinbad In Hakim's Market 1:02
28. Haroun's Lute 0:24
29. Lute Stinger 0:05
30. Sinbad And Crew Fight Siren 4:43
31. Lemuria – Part 1 & Part 2 1:07
32. Making Homunculus 2:43
  Disc Time: 77:33
  Total Album Time: 155:11

From the Manufacturer

Originally issued as a single disc, this score was sourced from the only available element at the time, a stereo copy of the vinyl LP. A few years later, Prometheus reissued this LP program and added a second disc containing the mono stems as edited to picture for release, again from the only available sources.

For this go around, Intrada offers the CD premiere of the first-generation stereo album masters produced by United Artists Records for release in 1974 and recently located in storage vaults in Italy, courtesy Sony Music. In addition to presenting the album from the original masters, Intrada includes the complete score as well, this time drawn from restored stereo music stems and also from surviving 1/2" three-channel stereo scoring session masters, 1/4" two-channel stereo mixes and 35mm full-track transfers. Although the LP program runs a generous 55 minutes, this new stereo program of the complete score runs nearly 90 minutes, all included on this 2-CD set.

Miklós Rózsa's score is lush and exotic, clearly from the pen of Rózsa, yet he fashioned something darker and perhaps subtler than his first foray into the realm of fantasy.

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