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The Film Music of Richard Addinsell

The Film Music of Richard Addinsell

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2003

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2002

Artists:

BBC Philharmonic


Rumon Gamba


Martin Roscoe

piano†

Chethams Chamber Choir


Manchester Cathedral Choir



Venue:

Studio 7, New Broadcasting House, Manchester

12 & 13 February 2002

Producer:

Brian Pidgeon


Mike George



Engineer:

Stephen Rinker



Record Label
Chandos Movies

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Film & TV Music

Total Time - 78:56
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The Film Music of Richard Addinsell

   
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RICHARD ADDINSELL

(1904-1977)
  premiere recordings (Except tracks 4, 9, 10, 14, 15 & 18)  
 

Suite from 'Goodbye, Mr Chips'

10:24  
  (reconstructed by Philip Lane)  
1 Main Titles and School Song* 3:22
2 In the Mountains 5:34
3 Finale* 1:28
4 

Warsaw Concerto from 'Dangerous Moonlight'†

8:25
  (arr. Ray Douglas)  
 Martin Roscoe piano†
 

Suite from 'Love on the Dole'

12:43  
  (reconstructed by Philip Lane)  
5 Main Titles/Sally Awakes 4:20
6 Courting Couples 4:42
7 Blackpool Outing 1:53
8 End Titles 1:47
   
 

From 'Blithe Spirit'

9:54  
  (reconstructed by Philip Lane)  
9 Prelude 5:01
10 Waltz 4:53
   
 

Suite from 'The Black Rose'

7:43  
  (reconstructed by Philip Lane)  
11 Main Titles and Opening Scene 2:07
12 In the Empress's Palace 2:50
13 The Black Rose Theme 2:45
   
14 

Suite from 'Scrooge'*

13:59
  (arr. Steve Bernstein)  
15 

Overture: 'Tom Brown's Schooldays'

7:40
  (reconstructed by Philip Lane)  
 

From 'The Admirable Crichton'

5:40  
  (reconstructed by Philip Lane)  
16 Polka and Galop 1:43
17 Waltz Sequence 3:57
   
 

From 'Out of the Clouds'

 
  (arr. Robert Sharples)  
18 The Flame Tango 2:30
  79:50      
   
 Rumon Gamba
   
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''this is a fine, beautifully played and recorded celebration of Addinsell's underrated contribution to British Film.'
BBC Music Magazine

'At least six of the tracks on this album are premiere recordings, which, like most of this music has been painstakingly and obviously lovingly reconstructed by ear from the 'celluloid' by Philip Lane. Fascinating sleeve notes complete the usual high standard and give a brilliant taster of Richard Addinsell's outstanding music. A must for all fans of the film music of the 1940s and 1950s.'
Music from the Movies

'It's by no means just nostalgia, of course, that makes Addinsell's film music well worth exploring and this generously-filled CD is undoubtedly the best single-CD selection now available.'
Gramophone

''the BBC Philharmonic outplays Alwyn's Royal Ballet Sinfonia, and Chandos' recording and presentation (multiple choirs, a booklet with stills and excellent booklet notes by Philip Lane, glorious engineering) create a more sumptuous (that is to say, cinematic) effect.'
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