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FSM's February releases
16-Feb-2004 - Film Score Monthly's new limited edition CDs feature a doubleheader from British composer Frank Cordell, Khartoum (1966) and Mosquito Squadron (1969). The CD is entirely in stereo. Khartoum features Cordell's re-recorded LP tracks (faithful to the film orchestrations) with a bonus track of exit music from the film itself. Mosquito Squadron is from an LP assembly that was prepared by United Artists Records but never before released.
Alfred Newman not only wrote the score for the 1937 Selznick version of The Prisoner Of Zenda, but his original score was also adapted by Conrad Salinger and conducted by Johnny Green for the 1952 production. This CD features the complete recording for the 1952 version (master tapes do not survive for Newman's 1937 recording), in the best possible monaural sound.
For more info and ordering, visit Film Score Monthly.

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