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 Posted:   May 30, 2021 - 9:52 AM   
 By:   cody1949   (Member)

Speaking of Kenyon Hopkins, I love the rural inspired score he did for Elia Kazan's WILD RIVER in 1960. Wonderful film also.

 
 
 Posted:   May 30, 2021 - 10:20 AM   
 By:   Stefan Schlegel   (Member)

Does anyone here know the small Universal Western BLACK BART from 1948? It was scored by several composers like Leith Stevens, Friedhofer, Salter and Sawtell. And the dance pieces for Yvonne De Carlo were written by Skinner (who received a special credit for them in the filmĀ“s Main Title).
The so-called "Saboteur Acetate Disc 2" in the University contains the tracks "Yvonetta - Vocal" and "Yvonetta - Comb."
Who do you think is meant with that name "Yvonetta"? Well, it is quite funny, but I have found out that it must have been the pet name of Yvonne De Carlo who was not only an actress, but also a dancer and singer. And her Flamenco dance in BLACK BART can be found on this disc - first you get the rehearsal test of her voice on side A and then the actual dance - also sung by Yvonne De Carlo - on side B which can be heard in this sequence of the Western (on the acetate the piece is a bit longer and has a duration of about four minutes):


 
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