Limited Edition of 1,200 Copies
Intrada (Special Collection Vol. 37)
Release Date: October 9, 2006
Conducted by Georges Delerue / Leonard Rosenman
|1.||THE PICK-UP ARTIST: New York||5:22|
|2.||A Thing of Beauty||4:22|
|7.||Together At Last||0:50|
|8.||SHERLOCK HOLMES IN NEW YORK: Main Title||1:23|
|14.||Irene and Sherlock||4:53|
|15.||Finale & End Credits||1:36|
|16.||Main Title (Film Version)||1:03|
|Total Album Time:||54:39|
Two 20th Century Fox world premieres! Georges Delerue features in signature melodic style with 1987 James Toback romantic drama with Molly Ringwald, Robert Downey, Jr. Delerue opens, closes with gently sunny melody for flute over strings, harp. In between are haunting themes for piano, strings plus ideas using composer's trademark melancholy string gift. In contrast, "The Loss" offers rolling tune for cellos over guitar, soft drums in smooth quasi-lounge guise.
Richard Rodney Bennett joins director Boris Sagal in mystery finding Sherlock Holmes in New York, starring Roger Moore, John Huston, Patrick Macnee. Winning tale inspires Bennett to support with symphonic work both rollicking, sinister. Main theme plays as swirling, classical-ish rondo for full orchestra. Bennett also offers unusally rich solo writing for cello, violin ("Irene") plus more complex ideas for mystery, evil sequences.
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Released: March 13, 2001