|2.||When Did She Arrive? / The Tour||4:26|
|3.||Solon Evangelical Methodist||0:26|
|4.||My Rumble Seat Gal||1:04|
|6.||Visiting the Webbers||2:55|
|7.||Sister Rita's Idea||0:39|
|8.||What about your responsibility to the Children?||1:25|
|10.||Coming in Sisters||3:36|
|11.||Monsignor Nicholson Arrives / I Sleep in the Convent||2:27|
|12.||Do You Want Me to Leave?||1:51|
|13.||I love You Sister||0:45|
|14.||Praying with Erna||1:24|
|16.||Your Sins Are Forgiven||2:58|
|17.||There's Nothing Human About You!||0:53|
|18.||The Letter and the Fire||4:20|
|19.||Rita Declares Her Love for Father Brian||4:40|
|20.||Mrs. Shandig's Confession / Peace Be With You Father / End Credits||6:31|
|Total Album Time:||46:20|
From the Manufacturer
Gold's music is as earnest as the lead characters' compulsion toward doing what is proper, and as passionate as their refusal to deny their feelings for one another. The main theme is treated with sublime elegance and orchestral poignancy. A second recurring theme is the tune introduced in "My Rumble Seat Gal," an authentic-sounding early 20th Century Dixieland-styled song written by Gold with lyrics by Jeanette Keller. As Rivard and Rita's attempts to keep their feelings in check and their behavior proper, the tone of the music turns darker.
The Runner Stumbles was Ernest Gold's last really great dramatic feature film score. Significantly, working with producer/director Stanley Kramer for one last time let Gold return full circle to the kind of music he felt best at.
Mastering by James Nelson at Digital Outland. The booklet includes liner notes by author Randall Larson, including insights from composer Ernest Gold himself, taken from an interview with the composer conducted by Larson towards the end of his career. This release is limited to 1500 units.
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