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Miklos RozsaFedora ... LP
Varese, 1977. Near Mint- ... $9.99
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Miklos RozsaMiklos Rozsa Conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ... LP
Polydor (UK), 1976. Near Mint- ... $1.99
Includes selections from Knight Without Armour, Tribute To A Badman, Asphalt Jungle, Moonfleet, Double Indemnity, Lust For Life, and Men Of The Fighting Lady. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has unglued seams.)

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Miklos RozsaMiklos Rozsa Conducts His Great Film Music – Rozsa/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ... LP
Polydor (UK), 1975. Near Mint- ... $5.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes original insert.)

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Sabu/Miklos Rozsa/Brian EasdaleWorld Of Sabu – Jungle Book/Thief Of Bagdad/Black Narcissus ... CD
El (UK), 1940/1942/1946. New Copy ... $3.99
This guy's neither the Sabu who played congas on Blue Note, nor the long-haired hard rocker from later years – but Selar Shaik Sabu, an early Indian film star heard here on a dramatic recording from the 40s! The core part of the CD features a young Sabu reading selections from Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book with backings composed by Miklos Rozsa – sort of a pre-Disney version of the material, set to a relatively serious score. The remainder of the CD doesn't feature Sabu – but includes a reading of The Thief Of Bagdad by Hugh Gray, with backings again by Rozsa – and the score to Black Narcissus, composed and conducted by Brian Easdale. CD

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✨✧ Miklos RozsaProvidence ... LP
Pathe (France), 1976. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A beautiful later score from the legendary Miklos Rosza – a masterpiece that draws on all of his many years in film, yet serves things up with a more subtle approach than before! There's a sense of space here that we don't always hear in Rosza – almost a pausing between the notes, creating a sense of reflection that really expands the gentle sentiment of the tunes – while still building to a bit of drama at a few key moments. Nothing here is overdone at all – and the soundtrack is a great reminder that in the serious film score world, away from the hits, the mid 70s could be a very golden period! Titles include "Providence", "Sonia Et Le Saint Suaire", "Feuillages", "Poursuite", and "Valse Crepusculaire". LP, Vinyl record album
(US pressing on DRG, in a black cover, with light wear and a sticker on back..)
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Elmer BernsteinBackgrounds For Brando ... LP
Dot, Late 50s. Near Mint- ... $2.99
A rare session recorded by Elmer Bernstein in tribute of Marlon Brando's key 50s appearances in film! The album is not so much a soundtrack, as it is a collection of tracks from Brando films – written by Franz Waxman, Leith Stevens, Miklos Rozsa, Dimitri Tiomkin, and others – all redone by Bernstein in a style that links together disparate themes nicely. The album features variations on themes from the films The Men, Guys & Dolls, On The Waterfront, Viva Zapata, Sayonara, and Streetcar Named Desire. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousMusic From The Films Of Marlon Brando Vol 1 – 1951 to 1955 ... CD
El (UK), Early 50s. New Copy ... $3.99
An amazing look at the early years of Marlon Brando's career through the music used in his films – some of it very "Brando-esque", some of it quite different indeed! Much of the CD is filled with the sort of dramatic scores heard in Brando's more serious dramatic roles – Alex North's scores from Streetcar Named Desire ("Streetcar", "Four Deuces", "Blanche", "Mania) and Viva Zapata ("Main Title"), Miklos Rozsa's music for Julius Caesar ("Caesar's Procession"), and Leonard Bernstein's "On The Waterfront Suite". But other tracks really break format – and include 4 jazz-based numbers from The Wild One ("Hot Blood", "Blues For Brando", "Windswept", and "Chino"), driving tunes composed by Leith Stevens and played by Shorty Rogers – as well as 4 more vocal (!) performances from Guys & Dolls ("I'll Know", "If I Were A Bell", "A Woman In Love", and "Luck Be A Lady")– material that isn't often compiled, and which features a rare example of Brando in a musical! CD

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