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 Posted:   Feb 12, 2020 - 4:24 PM   
 By:   MusicUnite   (Member)

Alas, I lost this set (or the digital files, to be precise) in my harddisk crash two years ago, BUT....I still found the information in an old txt-file! Now I'm not sure if this is the same set you have, MusicUnite, but here goes anyway:
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Thor and Ron, thank you so very much for your quick responses. To add to the confusion, my recording has 16 tracks, although I suspect that some of them may just be a case of my friend editing them into separate cues.

The only film represented on those discs that I have seen is Separate Tables. It should be easy enough to synch those tracks, but the others are another matter. Actually, Force of Evil might be easy enough to locate.

Thanks for your assistance,

Jay

 
 
 Posted:   Feb 13, 2020 - 3:08 AM   
 By:   Stefan Schlegel   (Member)


Thor and Ron, thank you so very much for your quick responses. To add to the confusion, my recording has 16 tracks, although I suspect that some of them may just be a case of my friend editing them into separate cues.


I have the double LP myself and you are completely right with those 16 tracks. Thor did just not add side A of the first LP when he mentioned only 11 tracks. Side A of the first LP has 5 additional tracks and is dedicated to "Music for Animated Films".
So these are all the 16 tracks of the two LPs:

"'A Sound Idea' Music For Animated Films"
A1 Scott Bradley (Excerpt)
A2 David Raksin (Giddyap Excerpt)
A3 David Raksin (Unicorn In The Garden Excerpts)
A4 David Raksin (Unicorn In The Garden Complete)
A5 David Raksin (Madeline Complete)

"David Raksin: A Composer In Hollywood"
B1 Force Of Evil - "First Kiss"
B2 Force Of Evil - "Bottom Of The World" (Original Uncut Version)
B3 Carrie - "Finale" (Original Uncut Version)
B4 Carrie - "Come With Me"
B5 Carrie - "Come With Me" (With Dialogue)

"David Raksin: A Composer In Hollywood"
C1 Separate Tables - "Verkehte Nacht"
C2 Separate Tables - "It Made Me [Sic]"
C3 Separate Tables - "Unravelled Knight"
C4 Separate Tables - "Too Soon"

"David Raksin: A Composer In Hollywood"
D1 The Redeemer -"Prologue"
D2 The Redeemer - "Crucifixion And Epilogue"

 
 
 Posted:   Feb 13, 2020 - 9:22 AM   
 By:   lacoq   (Member)

Not sure if it's been mentioned, but it's worth noting that the same Library of Congress book that has the Raksin essays, also has a wonderful detailed essay on the music score to Disney's 1942 Bambi. It goes into deep detail on who contributed what to that classic score, with printed music examples and illustrations.

 
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