Intrada (Special Collection Vol. 232)
Release Date: April 15, 2013
Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith
|1.||THE DETECTIVE: The Detective Main Title||1:37|
|3.||The School Dance||0:44|
|4.||A New Love||1:07|
|5.||A Family Affair||1:57|
|7.||The Ball Game||0:33|
|10.||The Safe Cracker||1:59|
|13.||VON RYAN'S EXPRESS: Meet Von Ryan||0:29|
|14.||Entrance To Compound||2:32|
|15.||Ryan Walks Forward||0:45|
|17.||The Trek Begins||0:54|
|21.||Welcome To Rome||1:47|
|22.||Farewell To Rome||0:47|
|23.||A New Crew||0:44|
|24.||The Love Birds||0:53|
|26.||The Clock Watcher||2:40|
|27.||Dead End Part 1||1:38|
|28.||Dead End Part 2||0:51|
|29.||German Control Center||1:56|
|31.||THE EXTRAS: Welcome To Rome (Mono Version)||1:51|
|33.||Fire Sale (Alternate Take)||4:14|
|Total Album Time:||51:00|
Up first on this sparkling release is one of Jerry Goldsmith's grittier scoresThe Detective. Goldsmith attacks this lurid material with intelligence and restraint, beginning with a main title theme that displays superb muscularity: soaring trumpet, layered with a dirty, buzzing guitar line and crying strings.
For Von Ryan's Express, composer Goldsmith's sparse score adds striking color to the film, with suspense, comedy, and sheer drama. Goldsmith signatures are everywhere: the combination of racing piano and low strings, the electronic decorations melded with pizzicato strings, heartbeat percussion and insinuating vibes, the trumpet-led variation on a theme, the sprightly recurring march and its triumphant if wistful restatement at the end. All packed into a tight 26-minute score.
With a couple of exceptions in Von Ryan's Express, both scores are presented in stereo from the original elements stored at 20th Century Fox and debut in complete form.
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Released: March 15, 2013
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