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Genghis Khan

Genghis Khan

Kritzerland (KR20017-7)

Release Date: January 18, 2011

Conducted by Muir Mathieson

Format: CD

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Track Listing

1. March Of The Mongols (Main Title Theme) 02:10
2. Always Your Hand (Love Theme) 02:28
3. Escape From Slavery 01:49
4. The Long Road To The Great Wall 02:57
5. Bath A La Chinese 02:53
6. Parade Of The Mongol Horde 02:27
7. Return To Peking 03:47
8. The Emperor Of China 05:00
9. The Great Battle 03:09
10. Death Of Genghis Khan 02:30
11. Finale - March Of The United Mongols 01:11
12. The Yesugai Battle 01:26
13. The Love Theme 00:46
  Total Album Time: 32:33

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Helping the film enormously is the grand, robust, and adventure-filled score of Dusan Radic. A Yugoslavian composer born in 1929, Radic had previously scored many films in his home country, as well as being very prolific in the classical world, but became known in America with two 1960s films The Long Ships and, a year later, Genghis Khan, both of which thankfully received LP releases. Those LP releases were must-haves for those who loved and collected soundtracks back then. The score of Genghis Khan is real old-fashioned movie music music in classic adventure mode with themes galore, whether a heroic march or a beautiful love theme. Radic's music propels the film from scene to scene, which helps the pace of the two-hour plus film immeasurably. It's a shame Radic didn't continue to work on American films.

The original soundtrack release of Genghis Khan was on Liberty Records. For this first release on CD we've used the original album masters housed in the vaults at Capitol/EMI. Although there was both a mono and stereo LP release, both were, in fact, mono a stereo release simply never existed we present the CD in mono as it was recorded. We also include two bonus tracks formerly available only on an overseas pressing of the LP soundtrack. It is a treat to bring the music of Dusan Radic and Genghis Khan to a new generation of soundtrack fans just as with the film (they don't make 'em like that anymore), so it is with Dusan Radic's score they don't write 'em like that anymore.

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