Complete your Richard Rodney Bennett collection. Richard Rodney Bennett, Royal Opera House Orchestra, Covent Garden - Murder On The Orient Express (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album).
Album · 2003 · 10 Songs. More By Richard Rodney Bennett. See All. Orchestral Jazz. Holst: The Planets (Version for 2 Pianos). Witchcraft - The Songs of Cy Coleman.
Richard Rodney Bennett's score for the Sidney Lumet adaptation of Agatha Christie's whodunit Murder on the Orient Express is a complicated, varied orchestral work reflecting the shifting tones and large cast of characters in the movie. Things are always changing in the music, just as they do onscreen, as viewers try to make sense out of the unusually broad panorama of suspects investigated by master detective Hercule Poirot on a snowbound train in Yugoslavia in the 1930s
Richard Rodney Bennett. Released January 21, 2003. Murder on the Orient Express (Original Soundtrack Recording) Tracklist. 1. Overture and Kidnapping Lyrics. About Murder on the Orient Express (Original Soundtrack Recording). This is the soundtrack album for the 1974 film version of Murder on the Orient Express. Richard Rodney Bennett’s score for the film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Dramatic Score and won a BAFTA Award. The soundtrack was not released as a recording until 2003. Murder on the Orient Express (Original Soundtrack Recording) Q&A.
Album was composed by Richard Rodney Bennett and was released on January 21, 2003. Soundtrack consists of 10 tracks tracks with duration over about 40 minutes. Album was released by DRG RECORDS. Richard Rodney Bennett. 3. The Orient Express. 4. The Body, Remembering Daisy. 6. Princess Dragomiroff. 8. Prelude to Murder.
Producer Richard Goodwin secured film rights for Murder on the Orient Express from author Agatha Cristie, determined to create a glamorous star-studded film that was gay in spiri. soufflé. This long sought album was reissued by Quartet Records in memory of Sir Richard Rodney Bennett who passed away on 24 December 2012. The music was sourced from the original EMI album master and provides much better quality than the original LP release. Despite being written in 1974, this is in reality a classic Golden Age score.
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