|4.||Nite Time Carnival||4:18|
|5.||Calliope (Mr. Dark Theme)||2:34|
|9.||Come On (Alternate)||3:19|
|11.||Young Miss Foley||1:12|
|12.||Music Box (Ending 3) And Cooger||0:43|
|14.||You'll Live Forever||3:09|
|16.||Funeral March – Version 2 (Mr. Dark Theme)||2:00|
|17.||The Library (Revised)||2:44|
|18.||The First Witch||2:48|
|19.||2nd Dust Witch||0:44|
|20.||Hall Of Mirrors||4:42|
|23.||SCORE ALTERNATES: Come On (Original)||1:09|
|24.||Music Box (Ending 1)||0:31|
|25.||Music Box (Ending 2)||0:34|
|26.||Funeral March – Version 1 (Mr. Dark Theme)||2:24|
|27.||The Library (Original)||1:47|
|28.||End Credits – Alternate (With Harmonica Intro)||3:44|
|29.||SOURCE MUSIC: Band – First Parade||2:42|
|30.||Band – 2nd Parade||1:18|
|31.||Calliope – Frenzied Tonal Music||2:27|
|32.||Calliope – Low Pedal Notes||1:22|
|33.||Calliope Collage (Includes Mr. Dark Theme)||4:33|
|Total Album Time:||73:07|
Regarding Henry / Something Wicked This Way Comes (Unused Scores)Universal Records (2786036)
Released: November 14, 2011
Format: CD (64 min)
From the Manufacturer
For Something Wicked This Way Comes, composer Georges Delerue was overtly excited by the opportunity to write one of his first large-scale, Hollywood fantasy scores for a huge orchestraa score that could handle Gothic and avant-garde elements along with his trademark lyricism. In the course of two weeks, he wrote over 50 minutes of musicbrash, exotic and at times demented, but grounded by a sweet melody for childhood innocence. Director Jack Clayton was delighted.
Delerue's score deftly complements the suggestive shadows and quiet evilas well as the sadness and sweetness of the father/son relationship at its heart. The film's moralistic themes, mysterious carnival attractions and intimate humanity inspired him to fill his score with gut-rattling calliope material, Gallic lyricism, a sparkling music-box tune, a heightened funeral march, solemn drama and classic Hollywood suspense. By most accounts, however, Clayton's understated, slightly claustrophobic film simply wasn't scary, or big, or fantastical enough, resulting in the film's editing, special effects, and music given a serious overhaul. For Delerue, scoring the picture was quite a journey, one that ultimately led to the most disappointing moment in his careerthe score went completely unused.
This presentation is sourced from the recently discovered complete 2˝ 24-track scoring session masters, stored in the Disney vaultsunlabeled. This amazing find allowed Intrada to newly mix into digital stereo, including every sequence Delerue wrote for the film. This included several cues recorded prior to major postproduction changes that were, themselves, dropped from the then-existing cut of the film.
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