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THE RED HOUSE

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Musique composée par MIKLOS ROZSA

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2 CDs

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World premiere all-new recording of masterful Miklos Rozsa score for 1947 Delmer Daves film from George Agnew Chamberlain tale of passion and deception, love and murder, starring Edward G. Robinson, Lon McCallister, Julie London. Rozsa fans have asked us to record this one for years, now they get their wish. Charles Gerhardt recorded 12-minute suite in 1975, offering taste of involved, complex and colorful score. Splendid Gerhardt sound inspired producer Kevin Kaska (who expertly reconstructs entire score) to seek same crisp, detailed sound from Royal Scottish National Orchestra & Winchester Cathedral Chamber Choir... plus composer's beloved ghostly sound for haunted suspense, the theremin. Rozsa's score plays in roughly equal parts sumptuous romance, sinister suspense, violent murder, sunny outdoors, grim seclusion, even the dark human subconscious. You name the emotion, Rozsa captures it. Love theme is widely-spaced, yearning line while dark main theme for titular house, while also widely-spaced, is angled, hard-edged. In fascinating turn of events, perhaps more than with any other score, Rozsa both looks backwards towards aggressive film noir voice while looking forward to rich, sweeping harmonic vernacular of upcoming costume epics, period scores. Results are musically profound. Highlights are many: tender violin solo during "Meg Asks Questions", haunting theremin tones hovering above "The Accusation", florid woodwind runs glistening as "Nath Explores The Woods", modal harmonies of "Graduation Present" that suggest later BEN-HUR, searching material and angelic voices that surge forth during "Meg Finds The Red House", agitated, violent action of "Teller Shoots At Meg", ghostly women's voices with theremin during climactic confrontation... the list goes on and on. Then, when Rozsa and film finish, dynamic score comes to powerful end with glorious, fortissimo major-key coda. One of the great film score endings. Powerful! Rozsa authorities Dan Robbins, Frank DeWald offer scholarly commentary in handsome booklet. Note: complete score would not fit on one CD and we refused to cut precious bars down to fit. As such, musically appropriate spot to change discs was made with Rozsa's musical architecture in mind. (In other words, CD 1 is considerably longer than CD 2.) But we are keeping price same as similar single disc releases! Paul Talkington, Paul Wing nurture entire recording with Kevin Kaska while Dan Robbins consults. Intrada proudly releases album under their Excalibur brand of classic film score re-recordings. Allan Wilson conducts Royal Scottish National Orchestra, gives Rozsa fans one of the greats.

CD 1
01. Main Title And Narration
02. The Morgan Farm
03. The New Hired Hand
04. Oxhead Wood Mystery
05. Screams In The Night
06. Pete's Strange Knowledge
07. The Barn
08. Nath Explores The Woods
09. Meg Asks Questions
10. Attack In The Woods
11. The Accusation And The Conspiracy
12. Search In The Woods
13. Swimming
14. Sunday Dinner
15. Pete Threatens Meg
16. Meeting In The Woods
17. Crossing The Stream
18. Pete Warns Teller
19. Prayer Sequence
20. Graduation Present
21. Meg Finds The Red House
22. Teller Shoots At Meg
23. Pete's Grief
24. Meg's Accident
25. Nath And Meg
26. Ellen Denounces Pete
27. Teller And Nath Fight


CD 2
01. Who Was Jeanie?
02. Ellen Goes To The Woods
03. Ellen's Death
04. Pete's Confession
05. Ride To The Red House And The Red House
06. Pete's Death And End Title

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