Miklos Rozsa* - Spellbound Concerto (Vinyl)


1951

Miklos Rozsa* - Spellbound Concerto (Vinyl)

Hungarian-born concert and film composer Miklos Rózsa collaborated only once with Alfred Hitchcock, on the David O. Selznick-produced Spellbound (). In fact, the word "collaboration" may be an overstatement: according to Rózsa’s witty autobiography A Double Life, the men met only twice during the entire production.

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Vinyl Records by Rozsa, Miklos - Rozsa, Miklos,Concerto For Violin & Orchestra,Quo Vadis,Concerto For Violin & Orchestra,Ben Hur,Spellbound,King Of Kings,Ben Hur,Young Bess,Ben Hur,Quo Vadis,Spellbound,Knights Of The Round Table,King Of Kings / Ben Hur / El Cid,Quo Vadis,A Time To Love A Time To Die,Immortal Film Music,Thief Of Bagdad,Knight Without Armour / Tribute To A .

 · Miklós Rózsa (18 April – 27 July ) was a Hungarian-American composer trained in Germany (–), and active in France (–), England (

 · Miklós Rózsa - Spellbound ConcertoCarolina Eyck, Theremin SoloistMusic from Copland HouseCaramoor Center for Music and the ArtsJRoni Gal-ed, oboe.


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  1. SPELLBOUND rather cheats the novice buyer wanting the piano concerto, but the love theme, weird theremin and skiing music are here intact, Dr. Rozsa scoring deftly to accompany the unfilmed dream sequence designed by Salvador Dali--and Miss Bergman covered in ants, a keen artistic concept/5(8).

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