Limited Edition of 1,000 Copies
Kritzerland (KR 20028-4)
Release Date: September 9, 2014
Conducted by Irvin Talbot
|1.||THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE: Main Title|
|3.||Sad Reunion / Overland Stage|
|4.||Sweet Genevieve / Saloon Music|
|5.||Music of the Bars|
|6.||A Shapely Student* / A Rose for Hallie*|
|7.||Whiskey Bottle / Tom's Adios|
|8.||The Pen and the Sword**|
|9.||After Election – Part 1 & 2 / Peabody's Shadow|
|10.||Carmela / Jarabe Tapatio / Shinbone Saloon|
|11.||Tears and Tenderness**|
|12.||Longhorne Brass Band / Longhorne Bugle Band|
|13.||Longhorne is Nominated / Stoddard is Nominated|
|14.||Tom Shot Liberty|
|15.||The Last of Tom|
|16.||Cactus Rose Again* / Finale**|
|17.||BONUS TRACKS: Mexican Celebration / Saloon Piano Sweetener|
|18.||Utility Drum Track|
|19.||DONOVAN'S REEF: Main Title|
|20.||Ship Ahoy / Haleakaloha / Donovan's Departure|
|21.||Pulchritudinous Plumbing / Governor's Guests / Gilhooley on Shore / What Andre Sees|
|22.||Zamboanga / Yankee Doodle (Trad.)|
|23.||Not Wanted / A Drenched Amelia|
|24.||Vintage Bathing Suit / Beauty Incognito|
|25.||Pax / Goddess of the Campaign / Canoe Ahoy|
|27.||Introduction to Waipio / Silent Night (F. Gruber)|
|29.||Accepting the Family|
|30.||Choo-Choo (Blow the Man Down) (Trad.) / Frere Jacques (Trad.) / Gilhooley's Reef (Blow the Man Down) / Pupu O Ewa (Trad.) and Finale|
|31.||BONUS TRACKS: Pupu O Ewa (Trad.)|
|32.||A Song of Old Hawaii (Johnny Noble and Gordon Beecher)|
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Cyril Mockridge provided the score to The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance and a great score it is, filled with original themes as well as some source music that's beautifully arranged into the fabric of the score. Ford asked for a nod to Alfred Newman's "Ann Rutledge Theme" from Young Mr. Lincoln, because he felt it evoked lost love. It's a short score, but one cannot imagine the film without it.
For Donovan's Reef, Mockridge mostly uses traditional Hawaiian music for his themes, but it all works perfectly in the film, giving it an authentic Hawaiian flavor and keeping the frolicsome nature of the film moving right along. There are also some very lovely themes as the score goes along, and it's just a delightful pastiche for a delightful pastiche of a film.
This is the world premiere release for both The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance and Donovan's Reef, all taken from various elements in the Paramount vaults. Some of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance is in stereo, some in mono. All of Donovan's Reef is in stereo. So, here are two wonderful world-premiere scores by Cyril Mockridge. As the Duke would say in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valancelisten up, Pilgrim.
This release is limited to 1000 copies only.
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