Musique composée par Nelson Riddle
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What does it take for Paris to Sizzle? Well, add one part William Holden, one part Audrey Hepburn, appearances by Noel Coward, Tony Curtis and Marlene Dietrich, a screenplay by George Axelrod (Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Manchurian Candidate), and direction by Richard Quine, a delectable score by Nelson Riddle, and you have a recipe for Sizzle indeed. And yet critics were, for the most part, dismissive. It’s hard to imagine why when watching it now, which is probably why it has a legion of fans who understand and appreciate the spoofery and the star wattage of Holden and Hepburn. In fact, the film is like a frothy, sparkling glass of champagne, a cream puff, and a real delight.
Helping to bring the film to effervescent life is the eclectic and fun score by Nelson Riddle. One can only imagine that Riddle had a field day with this score, getting not only to underscore the film proper, with its gorgeous themes, but also to underscore the movie parodies and to create some wonderful source cues. His main romantic theme is one of his best, and the score is kind of the poster child for how to write a great score for a comedy. It’s a delight from start to finish and a perfect example of what nobody did better than Riddle.
For this release, for the first time ever, we present the entire score on CD 1 (including the wonderful Fred Astaire vocal on “That Face”), all beautifully restored by Chris Malone from all the elements in the Paramount Pictures vaults. On CD 2 we present alternates and bonus tracks, followed by the original Reprise LP soundtrack presentation – the complete score and the album presentation are in sparkling stereo.
So, take a trip to the City of Light and prepare to be entranced and captivated by Nelson Riddle’s wonderful score to Paris When it Sizzles.
Paris When it Sizzles is limited to 1000 copies only.
THE COMPLETE SCORE
Main Title (short version)
Woman in Black/Marlene à la Mode
Meyerheim Main Title
Sizzling Waltz No. 1
Sizzling Waltz No. 2/They Danced – Flip/
Enter the Mysterious Stranger/Amusing Musette
Tango No. 1
Flip for Rick/Amusing Musette
The Dissolve/Bois Bounce/Saccharine Strings/
Flip to Typewriter
Gabrielle Flips to Fancy/The Second Waltz/Dracula/Western Chase/Staggered
That Face (vocal by Fred Astaire)
Back to the Bois/Valse de Paree
Sting for Guitar/Who’s Got the Napkin/To the Studio/To Fran Studio
The Office/ Chase Across the Lot/
Idol Eyes/Bedroom Set
Tape Recorder to Order
Pull the Trigger/Parchesi
Bathtub Idea/French Bubble Bath/That Kiss/
To the Party
Bastille Cha-Cha No. 1
Party Twist No. 1
Party Fox Trot
Touch of Tenderness
Forgotten Cage/Clock Spin/Searching for Gabrielle
Bastille Cha-Cha No. 2
Party Twist No. 2
Big Waltz/Gabrielle/Happy Ending/Finale)
ALTERNATES AND BONUS TRACKS
Main Title (film version)
Main Title (early version)
Meyerheim Main Title (film version)
Square Chase (film version)
Flip Out of Square
The Second Waltz
Western Chase (without sweetener)
Stealing the Film (alternate)/French Bubble Bath (alternate)
To the Party
Le Marseillaise/Bastille Day March
Happy Ending/Finale (without sweetener)
THE ORIGINAL ALBUM PRESENTATION
Main Title and Theme – Gabrielle
Tango de Paris
French Bubble Bath
Good Night Gabrielle
Valse de Paree
Bastille Cha Cha Cha
Touch of Tenderness
La Valse Grande/Happy Ending (End Title)