Sunday Concert: BBC Proms 2011 – Film Music Night – YouTube

By  | July 21, 2013 | 3 Comments | Filed under: Concerts

Critics are often very snooty about film scores. God knows why, quite a bit of the twentieth centuries best  music was composed for films. (Scroll forward to 0:03:33 if you want to dive right in without being bothered with the announcers intro). Enjoy :-)

markfromireland


  • 0:03:33 - Prelude to The Man Who Knew Too Much - Bernard Herrmann
  • 0:09:13 - Psycho Suite - Bernard Herrmann
  • 0:20:10 - Cinema Paradiso - Ennio & Andrea Morricone
  • 0:26:20 - Henry V - William Walton (arr. Muir Mathieson)
  • 1:04:20 - Star Wars - John Williams
  • 1:12:11 - Schindler's List - John Williams
  • 1:17:28 - Hedwig's theme from Harry Potter - John Williams
  • 1:24:40 - Norwegian Wood - Jonny Greenwood (arr. Robert Zeigler)
  • 1:36:44 - Murder on the Orient Express Suite - Sir Richard Rodney Bennett
  • 1:49:00 - Love Theme from Out of Africa - John Barry
  • 1:53:17 - The Music of James Bond - John Barry & David Arnold
  • 2:06:50 - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - Ennio Morricone

Video Source: BBC Proms 2011 - Film Music Night – YouTube  Published on 2 Sep 2012 by

Performers: BBC Concert Orchestra Conductor: Keith Lockhart

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3 Responses to Sunday Concert: BBC Proms 2011 – Film Music Night – YouTube

  1. Victoria July 21, 2013 at 4:05 AM

    I remember many nights when I was young, going to sleep while listening to the LP recording of Olivier's Henry V with Sir William Walton's score. What a wonderful memory, thank you!

    • markfromireland July 23, 2013 at 2:32 PM

      Did you have a fancy record player which would lift the stylus arm once the end of the recording was reached or did you have an ordinary record player which went 'lump, lump, lump' until you did it yourself? Either way I'm glad to have reminded you of happy times.

      mfi

      • Victoria July 23, 2013 at 6:20 PM

        *Peal of laughter!*. Both, and we children were strictly forbidden use of the fancy one. We had to undergo a fearsome rite of passage before we were allowed access :)

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