Various ‎– The Red Shoes: Music From The Films Of Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger (The Archers) 1941-1951

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CD41 Publishing Ltd ‎– CD41-002
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1 Archers Indent 0:04
49th Parallel
2 Prelude
Written-By – Ralph Vaughan-Williams*
3:10
3 Epilogue
Written-By – Ralph Vaughan-Williams*
4:16
A Matter Of Life And Death
4 Prelude/This Is The Universe
Conductor – Charles Williams (11)Orchestra – The Queen's Hall Light OrchestraWritten-By – Allan Gray
5:03
5 The Waiting Room/Washed Ashore
Written-By – Allan Gray
1:33
6 Prelude/Stairway To Heaven
Written-By – Allan Gray
4:08
An Airman's Letter To His Mother
7 Narrative By Sir John Gielgud 3:08
The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp
8 Prelude
Written-By – Allan Gray
1:50
9 War Starts At Midnight
Written-By – Allan Gray
1:47
10 Commando Patrol
Orchestra – The SquadronairesWritten-By – Allan Gray
2:42
A Canterbury Tale
11 Prelude
Written-By – Allan Gray
2:14
12 Toccata And Fugue In D Minor
Organ – Albert SchweitzerWritten-By – JS Bach*
8:48
The Red Shoes
13 Prelude
Conductor – Sir Thomas BeechamOrchestra – The Royal Philharmonic OrchestraWritten-By – Brian Easdale
3:52
14 Ballet Music
Conductor – Sir Thomas BeechamOrchestra – The Royal Philharmonic OrchestraWritten-By – Brian Easdale
12:47
Black Narcissus
15 Prologue
Written-By – Brian Easdale
1:47
16 Composed Sequence
Written-By – Brian Easdale
5:25
Gone To Earth
17 Prelude
Written-By, Conductor – Brian Easdale
1:21
18 The Tryst
Written-By, Conductor – Brian Easdale
2:38
19 The Hunt
Written-By, Conductor – Brian Easdale
1:07
The Small Black Room
20 Composed Sequence
Written-By – Brian Easdale
1:40
21 Epilogue
Written-By – Brian Easdale
0:52
Tales Of Hoffman
22 Orchestral Tuning
Conductor – Sir Thomas BeechamOrchestra – The Royal Philharmonic OrchestraWritten-By – Jacques Offenbach
2:58

Notes

Track 3 recorded September 1946 and released on London T5053
Track 4 recorded 1946 and originally released on Columbia DX 1320
Track 10 originally released on Decca (F 8354)
Track 12 recorded December 1935 and released on HMV 565. CAX 7716. 7714.
Tracks 13 and 14 originally released 1948 on Columbia DX 1597/8.
Track 16 released on Rank FM18

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