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KORNGOLD: Captain Blood / STEINER: The Three Musketeers / YOUNG: Scaramouche

Composer(s):
Artist(s) Kaufman, Richard, Conductor • Brandenburg Philharmonic Orchestra
Period(s) 20th Century
Genre Classical Music
Category Film and TV Music
Catalogue 8.557704
Label Naxos
Quality   320kbps
Album Price
 
CD
USD 9.99
 

 
MP3
USD 6.99
 

 

   




Review By Brentwood Gazette,April 2012

Naxos has just reissued at bargain price a collection, Captain Blood And Other Swashbucklers (Naxos 8.557704). Performed by the Brandenburg Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Richard Kaufman, the 1994 Berlin recording still sounds vivid as it highlights tracks from four swashbuckling films and classic movie scores by Miklos Rozsa, Victor Young, Erich Korngold and Max Steiner. Each composer has become a legend in the history of movie music, and any one who delights in that history needs this album from films such as Scaramouche and The Three Musketeers. © 2012 Brentwood Gazette



Review By Andy Cooper,Leader-Post,January 2007

Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland went from bit players to overnight megastars in this 1935 pirate caper.

This recording, by the Brandenburg Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Richard Kaufman, includes almost 20 minutes of thrilling music from the film by Austrian composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold.

You can almost feel the swish of cutlass and roar of ship's cannon in the fine score.

The 65-minute CD also includes music from three other costume capers: The King's Thief (Miklos Rozsa), Scaramouche (Victor Young) and The Three Musketeers (Max Steiner).



Review By Andy Cooper,Leader-Post,January 2007

Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland went from bit players to overnight megastars in this 1935 pirate caper.

This recording, by the Brandenburg Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Richard Kaufman, includes almost 20 minutes of thrilling music from the film by Austrian composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold.

You can almost feel the swish of cutlass and roar of ship's cannon in the fine score.

The 65-minute CD also includes music from three other costume capers: The King's Thief (Miklos Rozsa), Scaramouche (Victor Young) and The Three Musketeers (Max Steiner).



Review By Andy Cooper,Leader-Post,January 2007

Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland went from bit players to overnight megastars in this 1935 pirate caper.

This recording, by the Brandenburg Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Richard Kaufman, includes almost 20 minutes of thrilling music from the film by Austrian composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold.

You can almost feel the swish of cutlass and roar of ship's cannon in the fine score.

The 65-minute CD also includes music from three other costume capers: The King's Thief (Miklos Rozsa), Scaramouche (Victor Young) and The Three Musketeers (Max Steiner).








 

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