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By Luigi Palombi
By Luigi Palombi. By John Stepan Zamecnik, Manuel De Sica, Erik Satie (1866-1925), Arthur Honegger (1892-1955), Darius Milhaud (1892-1974), Georges Auric (1899-1983), Hans Werner Henze (1926-), Dave Grusin, Franco Mannino (1924-), and Oscar Peterson. Classical. CD. Dynamic #DYN-CDS7805. Published by Dynamic (NX.DYN-CDS7805).
Item Number: NX.DYN-CDS7805
Yesterday I was in the realm of shadows. If you knew how strange it is! (...) You see them roar with laughter... yet you cannot hear a sound. Writer Maksim Gorky's comment on the first Russian screenings of the Lumiere brothers' films shows how the need was immediately felt, in cinema, for sound and a musical element to accompany the moving images. This album traces the soundtrack's birth and gradual development from a simple comment to a language in its own right through the "voice" of a protagonist that was "within and without," the piano, for which numerous original scores and transcriptions by renowned composers were written.