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Jun 29 11 8:16 AM
Doug if you go at time 0 : 45 : 50 there is the Madame Bovary waltz by Rozsa conducted by John Wilson, is possible hear the concert yet for some dayshttp://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0124s2j
Jul 3 11 6:43 AM
Tuesday, July 19 2011 Switzerland. Baselgia. 20.15. Kirche Sent. CELLO RECITAL, François Barro.
July 20 2011 Spain. Ubeda International Film Music Festival: Opening Festival Concert Symphonic Band: Agrupación Musical Ubetense (AMU) - Patio del Hospital de Santiago.
July 31 2011 Colorado. USA. Hitchcock In Paradise. 7:30 pm. Center for the Arts. Jens Georg Bachmann, Music Director.
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September 8 2011 Bergen (Norway). Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester, cond. Andrew Litton
September 9 2011 Oslo (Norway) Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester, cond. Andrew Litton
September 10 2011 Cedar Rapids. Iowa, USA. Orchestra Iowa. 7:30 p.m., front lawn at Brucemore, 2160 Linden Dr. SE, Concert details
September 11 2011 Bern, Switzerland. Kultur-casino Grosser Saal. Thomas Herzog cond the Berner Symphony Orchestra.
September 13 2011 (Tues) Pittsburgh. USA. 12:30 pm AUSTRIAN, CZECH, HUNGARIAN AND RUSSIAN COMPOSERS. ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 5801 Hampton Street, Highland Park.
18 September 2011 . Glasgow, Scotland. Ben-Hur, Double Indemnity. BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by John Wilson. Focuses on the music of Bernard Herrmann as a tribute in his centennial year and includes music from his contemporaries. Programme to be confirmed
23 September 2011 . Germany. Kaarst Night at the Movies. Galerie im Rathaus, Am Neumarkt, Kaarst, 20.00 - ca. 22.00 Uhr, Junge Sinfonie Kaarst. Galerie im Rathaus Kaarst ihre erste Kaarst Night, in diesem Jahr der Filmmusik gewidmet.
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Sep 4 11 2:22 AM
John Fitzpatrick wrote:Hmm. What is it about Rach 3? That was the piece that Lorin Maazel chose to accompany the Rozsa Violin Concerto when the NY Philharmonic finally got around to performing the latter.Where is this Rach 3 ? I can not find in the September list. However the fact that Lorin Maazel have make something with the Rozsa's work is for me a news, can you give more detail about this old concert of Maazel. For the conductors of today better known in Italy I knew already the performance with Rozsa's work by Zubin Mehta, because already Rumon Gamba or Mariusz Smolij in Italy for a certain public I think are unknown--Maazel and Mehta in Italy are most popular
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Sep 19 11 2:15 AM
"Music To Be Murdered By"
concert review by
John Wilson, the current "enfant
terrible" of British conductors, was in Glasgow yesterday (Sunday 18th
September 2011) to conduct "Music
To Be Murdered By" a varied selection of Bernard Herrmann, Alfred
Newman, Miklos Rozsa, David Raksin, Richard Rodney Bennett and Constant Lambert
film music with the Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
The rousing "Overture"
from "North By Northwest",
started off this marvellous concert and showed what both the orchestra and
conductor were capable of. Then a short suite from "Laura" (David Raksin) gave us another side of film
music, soft, sweet and completely entrancing. More Herrmann next with the "Prelude", "Nightmare"
and "Love Scene" from the
Hitchcock/Herrmann collaboration "Vertigo",
superbly played with just the right amount of tension and tempo.
to "All About Eve", Alfred
Newman's 1950 Twentieth-Century Fox classic film score followed and then
pianist Ben Dawson joined Wilson and the SSO to perform brilliantly the "Concerto Macabre" - the climax to Herrmann's spine-tingling score from "Hangover Square”. The first act
finale was "Parade of the
Charioteers" from "Ben
Hur”, Miklos Rozsa's masterpiece - the orchestra and Wilson brought the
house down with this rousing and spectacular performance.
More Herrmann started Part 2 - "Prelude, "Murder" and "Finale” from
Just the right amount of brio and flair showed the appreciative audience just what
a great conductor John Wilson is - he nailed this suite with consummate ease.
He might have been channelling Bernard Herrmann here - one of the best
performances of this music I have heard.
A suite from "Anna
Karenina", Constant Lambert's underrated score from the 1948 British
film came next and Wilson told the audience that Bernard Herrmann had
originally recorded this for a Decca Album, "Great
British Film Music". Then the thrilling "Main Title" from "Marnie"
gave us more classic Herrmann and the concert concluded with the Christopher
Palmer adapted Herrmann suite from "Taxi Driver” and Richard Rodney
Bennett's "Overture" and "Waltz" from the 1974 movie "Murder On the Orient Express"
for orchestra, piano and - fire extinguisher! (Simulated steam noise for the
engine in this well-played piece.)
The afternoon was a great addition to Bernard Herrmann's
centennial - and the almost-full auditorium at Glasgow's City Hall proved that
the audience certainly appreciated Herrmann, the Scottish Symphony Orchestra
and conductor John Wilson, whose love of film and film music gave us a
performance to treasure - and remember.
Sep 19 11 4:51 AM
siriami wrote:The first act finale was "Parade of the Charioteers" from "Ben Hur”, Miklos Rozsa's masterpiece - the orchestra and Wilson brought the house down with this rousing and spectacular performance.Thanks for the review siriami. Being a performance far from London I dont think that Alan and Doug or other was present. Well Wilson brought the house down with this Rozsa's score, for have an example of the power also the old Romans brought the House (of Hur) but with a different method and less kindness
Sep 19 11 10:38 AM
Sep 20 11 1:54 AM
Hank V wrote:Oh! Did they not do the Double Indemnity Suite?true but the programme was in waiting of confirmation, however, in effect Double Indemnity had more links with the some score of Herrmann in programme respect the piece from Ben Hur
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Sep 20 11 9:06 AM
siriami wrote: the Lambert "Anna Karenina", which was a lot better than I remembered it to be! I agree with you, good the work and Wilson, you can hear yet this suite of Lambert with Wilson here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t76F4N2o2RA
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