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The Rains of Ranchipur / Seven Cities of Gold / The Blue Angel

The Rains of Ranchipur / Seven Cities of Gold / The Blue Angel

Limited Edition of 1,000 Copies
Kritzerland

Release Date: November 20, 2012

Conducted by Lionel Newman

Format: CD

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Disc 1: The Rains of Ranchipur
1. Main Title / Lahore Station
2. Allan and Edwina / Goodnight / Ranchipur
3. En Route / The Palace / The Terrace
4. American Mission
5. A Visitor / You're Nice / Fern Inquires /
6. Before Dinner
7. Dholak Geet
8. On the Terrace
9. Art Gallery
10. Edwina
11. Safti and Edwina
12. Allan Wounded
13. Pavilion
14. Tom and Fern
15. This Means You
16. You Need This Strength
17. Adoani's Party
18. Balcony
19. Realization
20. Goodbye, Edwina (End Title)
21. Main Title / Lahore Station (stereo)
22. Theme (stereo)
23. Safti and Edwina (stereo)
24. Pavilion (stereo)
25. End Title (stereo excerpt)

Disc 2: Seven Cities of Gold / The Blue Angel
1. SEVEN CITIES OF GOLD: Main Title
2. The Coach
3. Headquarters
4. Commissary
5. Expedition
6. Encounter
7. Decision
8. José and Serra
9. Sandstorm
10. The Miracle
11. Saved
12. Plague
13. The Consecration
14. Portola's Departure
15. Tell Them to Come
16. Digueño Village
17. He Will Choose You
18. At the Mission
19. Camp Day
20. José and Ula
21. Portola Returns
22. Prayer and Hilltop
23. Death of Ula
24. Sacrifice
25. Sabotage
26. Departure
27. End Title
28. Señorita Carmelita (source)
29. THE BLUE ANGEL: Main Title—Falling in Love / Germany 1950
30. Prof Rath
31. Classroom
32. Varblondjet
33. Botany Field Trip #1 / Absent Minded Professor
34. Strange Awakening / The Kiss
35. Rejection
36. Three Years Gone / Return to Lenzburg
37. Botany Field Trip #2
38. Finale
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From the Manufacturer

Kritzerland is proud to present a new limited edition soundtrack–three great scores on one 2-CD set: The Rains of Ranchipur / Seven Cities of Gold / The Blue Angel with music composed by Hugo Friedhofer.

Hugo Friedhofer could do anything. From noirs, to romance, to fantasy, to drama, to lighter fare, he simply was one of the greatest film composers in history. His work for Twentieth Century Fox was especially impressive and from the mid-1950s to the end of that decade he would deliver one incredible score after another in just about every genre.

Beautifully photographed in Cinemascope and color, The Rains of Ranchipur had Oscar-nominated special effects, and a stunningly beautiful Hugo Friedhofer score, filled with glorious themes, some exotic, some heartbreaking, some majestic–a true Friedhofer classic. Ranchipur had only about thirteen minutes of its music previously released, in stereo, due to the deterioration of the original mag tracks–that was really all that could be salvaged. Since that release, other sources showed up, and while those were mono, it is finally possible to present almost the entire score complete–all that's missing is about seven minutes of cues that are thematically covered in other cues.

For Seven Cities of Gold, once again Hugo Friedhofer provided a score that perfectly captured the drama, the characters, and the flavor of the film. Spanish rhythms, grand themes, and fantastic orchestral colors are the order of the day. Seven Cities of Gold was previously released on Varese Sarabande and has been out of print for some time. For this release, Mike Matessino has completely remixed the score and found two short unreleased cues–the resulting sound is spectacular in that incredible Fox stereo.

In The Blue Angel, since some of the film takes place in a cabaret nightclub, the film has a few musical numbers and includes the great song, "Falling in Love Again" by Frederick Hollander with English lyrics by Sammy Lerner (used in the original film of The Blue Angel). Friedhofer's actual score is brief (eighteen minutes) and we've included all of it. Naturally, he interpolates "Falling in Love Again," but there's also classic Friedhofer scoring and it's just his usual great work. This is the film score's world premiere release.

The Rains of Ranchipur / Seven Cities of Gold / The Blue Angel is limited to 1,000 copies only.

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