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All I Want for Christmas

All I Want for Christmas

Intrada (Special Collection Vol. 366)

Release Date: November 29, 2016

Conducted by Bruce Broughton

Format: CD

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1. On The Street 1:03
2. Meet Michael 0:49
3. At The Museum 1:08
4. Station Goodbye 0:26
5. What're We Gonna Do? 0:48
6. I'm Getting Married 0:49
7. Going To Macy's 2:35
8. Ethan And Hallie 0:25
9. The Snowball Ploy 2:18
10. Thickening The Plot 1:04
11. Working Out Perfectly 0:36
12. Tony In The Truck 1:58
13. Way To Go, Hal! 0:40
14. All I Want Instrumental (David Foster/Linda Thompson) 1:43
15. Favorite Adventure 0:46
16. Together Again 1:40
17. Playing In The Snow 2:40
18. The Christmas Gift (Revised) 3:38
19. Thank You, Santa! 3:42
20. THE EXTRAS - INSTRUMENTAL SOURCE: Mall Medley (Traditional, Arranged by Don Nemitz) 3:15
21. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) 2:05
22. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Felix Mendelssohn, Arranged by Bruce Broughton) 1:22
23. Waltz Of The Flowers (Pyotr Illich Tchaikovsky) 0:46
24. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Hugh Martin/Ralph Blaine, Arranged by Don Nemitz) 2:09
25. ADDITIONAL MUSIC: The Santy Song Piano Solo 2:43
26. Pet Shop 0:13
27. The Christmas Gift 3:20
  Total Album Time: 44:41

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For this Christmas season, Intrada presents an expanded edition of Bruce Broughton's holiday-spirited score to Paramount's 1991 film All I Want For Christmas. Broughton gave the film a traditional theme-and-variations score, anchored in a sweet, lyrical melody that transcends the yuletide context. The composer delivered a feast of snow, scampering mice and familial antics that just seemed to call for a Tchaikovsky-flavored accompaniment. The score highlights an effervescent mix of piano, sleigh bells, glockenspiel, celesta, triangle, upper woodwinds and vibraphone, as well as more dramatic—even exuberant—sequences for full orchestra. Broughton also wrote a puppy-love theme, picked tenderly on acoustic guitar with contemporary keyboard accompaniment. A song album was released on Curb Records in 1991 featuring six selections from Broughton's score as well as vocals. To present all of Broughton's forty minutes of score, Intrada newly transferred and mastered the digital scoring masters, courtesy of Paramount Pictures, mixed directly to two-track stereo by Armin Steiner as each cue was being recorded. As is customary for this engineer, the resulting audio is crisp and clean, with astonishing detail and rich dynamic range.

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