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CHAN 10806

The Film Music of Miklos Rozsa
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When incidental music was written by composers such as Grieg, Mendelssohn, Sibelius and Beethoven, it performed essentially the same role as the film music of Georges Auric, for example. The highly successful series restores many of these scores to their original version and even records music that, in the end, never made it to the big screen.


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CHAN 9774
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