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|–||Title Music From A Clockwork Orange||2:21|
|–||The Thieving Magpie (Abridged)||5:57|
|–||Theme From A Clockwork Orange (Beethoviana)||1:44|
|–||Ninth Symphony, Second Movement - Abridged||3:48|
|–||March From A Clockwork Orange (Ninth Symphony, Fourth Movement - Abridged)||7:00|
|–||William Tell Overture - Abridged||1:17|
|–||Pomp And Circumstance March No. 1||4:28|
|–||Pomp And Circumstance March No. IV - Abridged||1:33|
|–||Overture To The Sun||1:40|
|–||I Want To Marry A Lighthouse Keeper||1:00|
|–||William Tell Overture - Abridged||2:58|
|–||Suicide Scherzo (Ninth Symphony, Second Movement - Abridged)||3:07|
|–||Ninth Symphony, Fourth Movement - Abridged||1:34|
|–||Singin' In The Rain||2:36|
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This is the best sounding version on the cassette format. I believe this one was the last cassette edition released at the time of writing. I just wish they used the original white background for the cover poster art instead of blue. Other than that, the music sounds great.
The copy I have has a white CD Jacket and the design is slightly different mine features a woman in a bikini kneeling in the triangle.
Edited 11 months ago
referencing Uhrwerk Orange (LP, Album) WB 46 127
My favourite track on the entire soundtrack is the Theme from Clockwork Orange ( Beethoviana ). It sounds absolutely wonderful. I just found this first edition by chance. It sounds really good and shows you what vinyl was capable of in the early 70s. [ Playing this using an Ortofon 2M Black cartridge ]
Largely it's an album that is better in the context of the film, but alone it works quite well, with classic pieces from Beethoven, Elgar, and Rossini, that while firmly standards, nevertheless evoke the film (for better or for worse!) Wendy Carlos' pieces are truly great here, from her Title Music, to the sadly truncated "Timesteps" (which fortunately is available in its complete form on the companion soundtrack). It is a little weird to think while listening to this that it is essentially a soundtrack to rape and violence. But it was the juxtaposition that made it work so well and gave incredible pathos to those tragic moments on screen.
This record is a nice piece of history to have as far as electronic music goes. The heavy adaptations of synths to classical music were a sign of changing of the times as this came on the heels of Moog's explosion into relevancy.
En het moet "Gioachino Rossini" zijn, met één enkele c.
An excellent album for a variety of fun to listen to, classical music and neo-interpretations of classical music. Entertaining to listen to, especially if, like Alex, you LOVE Beethoven! Although it is nearly a 50 year old soundtrack, it is ageless.
This pressing has white labels. This is a 1980s pressing.
Grey Warner labels entered use in 1978, so the release date is incorrect.
Who/what group performed the pieces on this soundtrack *not* credited to Carlos, Kelly, or Eigen (in other words, who performs the classical portions credited only to their composers)?