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New Franz WaxmanBride Of Frankenstein (1993 Rerecording Of 1935 Film Score) ... CD
Silva, 1993. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Kenneth Alwyn. CD
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New Franz WaxmanMy Geisha ... LP
RCA, 1962. Used ... Out Of Stock
Shirley MacLaine as a geisha? Weirder things have certainly happened on screen – but the film still definitely stands out as one of the odder 60s cinematic moments! Fortunately, Franz Waxman scores the whole thing with enough of a serious air to offset the silliness – and actually, his soundtrack here almost stands perfectly well enough on its own – even without the story on the screen! There's a nice mix of sprightly and exotic to the music – although Waxman often gives things enough of a blue tinge to keep the score away from any comedy cliches, too – a surprisingly great balance that really makes the whole thing a delight throughout. Titles include "Goodbye Lover", "Arrival In Tokyo", "Koto Theme", "Call Me Paul", "Lucy's Arrival", and "One Fine Day". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has tape and peeling on the spine, and some pen and a promo ink stamp on back.)