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24-Oct-2003 - By popular demand, Film Score Monthly has assembled The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Volume 2 (1964-68), a second volume of great spy music. This 2CD set draws on music from all four seasons of the series, including nearly a half-hour of previously unreleased Jerry Goldsmith cues, plus music by Lalo Schifrin, Nelson Riddle, Gerald Fried, Morton Stevens, Walter Scharf, Robert Drasnin and Richard Shores, most in crisp-sounding mono, but more than a half-hour in stereo.
In the Golden Age Classics series, this premiere CD of The Brothers Karamazov features the complete underscore plus bonus tracks of source music. Composer Bronislau Kaper provided the film with a rich and varied dramatic score, drawing upon gypsy melodies but also Prokofiev as a symphonic model for 19th century Russia. The CD is entirely in monaural sound (save one source cue), as it was recorded.
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