Release Date: July 8, 2013
Conducted by Laurence Rosenthal
|3.||The Room / Pepe Tail||1:10|
|4.||Piano Source #2 / Piano Source #1||1:16|
|5.||Piano Source #2A||0:52|
|6.||Westford's Toast / Thunderstorm / Head On - Part 1||1:59|
|7.||Head On - Part 2||1:42|
|8.||Pepe's Suicide - Part 1||1:40|
|9.||Pepe's Suicide - Part 2 / Westford Murdered||2:51|
|10.||Escape To Bonn||2:28|
|13.||Claudia / Dein Vater||1:58|
|14.||Street Shoot-out / Miller Dies||1:00|
|15.||In The Streets||2:18|
|16.||Roth Tails / Park Meeting||0:44|
|18.||Brady Remembers / Bao Dvan's Story||4:09|
|19.||The Hunters - Part 1||4:27|
|20.||The Hunters - Part 2 / In The Crosshairs||2:34|
|Total Album Time:||40:00|
Laurence Rosenthal's score to the 1989 telefilm The Forgotten serves as a powerful example of one of Rosenthal's greatest strengths as a film composer: his ability to write music that not only fits the action, but speaks with great clarity to the underlying truth of the characters. The characters are tortured individuals in wrenching circumstances, and Rosenthal's music does not shy away from this. But he places their suffering into a broader contextone that honors their sacrifice without resorting to sentimentality or nationalism. While the entire scorewith its elegant main theme and variety of dramatic cuesbears noting, the score also features some of Rosenthal's most exciting and energetic action sequences, including staccato figures for woodwinds and propulsive percussion including xylophone.
The complete score is presented here from the pristine stereo 15-ips 1/4" masters.
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