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Just a short note to let everyone know what is going on with our 15CD set, Miklos Rozsa Treasury.

Wait -- don't look for it at SAE! It's not there. Because it's not out yet. It will be ready to ship around Dec. 10-15 and we will start taking orders at that time.

It's limited to 2,000 copies, $179.95.

The online notes are mostly up, feel free to poke around and whet your appetite. If you find any boo boos, post them here and we'll fix. (At least two the pages are as yet inactive; we know about that already. They're not done.)

In case you are thinking about producing a soundtrack CD box set...they are more work than you think!

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Hi I'm from Switzerland and I'm a great collector of the great music of Miklos Rozsa. I hope you understand my English ;-)
I'm very happy that you will release this great Rozsa-Box, but I didn't understand why you put so a lot of FSM-Releases in the box which are still avaiable?
I miss music like The Killers, Brutal Force and Naked City or some music of Sodom and Gomorrah. Why is it necessary to put King of Kings two times...
But I think this will be still a very great release and a big work for you :-D - thank you very much!

I didn't understand why you put so a lot of FSM-Releases in the box which are still available?

The list in the left-hand column at http://www.filmscoremonthly.com/notes/rozsa_at_mgm.html is not the list of the box contents, but rather a Rózsa overview of the 1949-1968 period. Note that some titles are red and hyperlinked and some are not. The list of titles in the actual box is in the right-hand column.
I hope I got that right.

Liner Note Errors:

In another thread, someone noted that the page for "King of Kings (FSM)" includes a copy of the LP cover for "The Apartment."

Also, on the page for "Ivanhoe" the "Total Time" for the track selections is incorrect. It reads 5:56 and should read 11:33.

I call myself a true film score fan, though I know little about Rozsa, so this HUGE box set is a blessing for folks like me who want to dive in to his composing pool and do some discovering. I'm quite excited for this release of material I know little to nothing about.

I call myself a true film score fan, though I know little about Rozsa, so this HUGE box set is a blessing for folks like me who want to dive in to his composing pool and do some discovering. I'm quite excited for this release of material I know little to nothing about.


There's so much other awesome Rozsa stuff from FSM and others. Knights of the Round Table/The King's Thief might be my favorite FSM Rozsa?

I call myself a true film score fan, though I know little about Rozsa.

Hmmm...I think we have a contradiction in terms here. :)

I still wish Quo Vadis could be released on its own for those not in position to get a Rosza collection.

I didn't understand why you put so a lot of FSM-Releases in the box which are still available?

The list in the left-hand column at http://www.filmscoremonthly.com/notes/rozsa_at_mgm.html is not the list of the box contents, but rather a Rózsa overview of the 1949-1968 period. Note that some titles are red and hyperlinked and some are not. The list of titles in the actual box is in the right-hand column.
I hope I got that right.


Hi

Thanks for your note - but please show the right-hand column. That will be the releases of the cds, I think. So when you show these ones, you will see that some of these items are still avaiable on FSM or on the web.

"I call myself a true film score fan, though I know little about Rozsa........."

Therefore, you are wrong.

From http://www.filmscoremonthly.com/notes/rozsa_at_mgm.html, I take it that this is the actual contents of the BOX:

* Madame Bovary
* The Red Danube
* The Miniver Story
* The Asphalt Jungle
* East Side, West Side
* The Light Touch
* Quo Vadis (music & effects)
* Quo Vadis (archival music)
* The Story of Three Loves
* Young Bess
* All the Brothers Were Valiant
* Knights of the Round Table
* Crest of the Wave
* Beau Brummell
* Something of Value
* Crisis
* Tip on a Dead Jockey
* Library Re-recordings
* King of Kings (FSM)
* King of Kings (Rhino)
* El Cid
* Ivanhoe
* Lust for Life
* The V.I.P.s
* Great Movie Themes
* The Power

The CDs pictured below that list ("Also at FSM") are not included in the box.

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