Elmer Bernstein - Report To The Commissioner (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) mp3 album
Over The Hump (Stereo). 25. –Elmer Bernstein. Mastered By – Erick Labson.
Legendary composer/conductor Elmer Bernstein provided scores for some of Hollywood's greatest dramas (Cecil B. DeMille's Ten Commandments, The Magnificent Seven) but he was equally at home playing the straight man to comedy classics like Animal House, Airplane, and Ghostbusters. In 1980 he took on the Ivan Reitman military spoof Stripes with the utmost seriousness, crafting a rousing Patton-esque march that registered as one of his more memorable cues. The composer used his work on the Steve McQueen classic The Great Escape as a template for Stripes.
The late Elmer Bernstein is a true virtuoso of talent and different genres. Here, the period-drama of director Martin Scorsese (Taxi driver, The Departed), Bernstein draws us the picture of love, suffering, denial, and lifelong longing. The music is simply perfect, sensitive, sensual, one of the best of this magnificent composer. When the opera appears in the tracks, it's impossible don't be devastated!
Listen to Police Station, Conclusion from Elmer Bernstein's The Rat Race (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Bernstein was born in New York City, NY, United States. During his childhood he performed professionally as a dancer and an actor and won several prizes for his painting. He gravitated toward music by his own choice at the age of twelve, at which time he was given a scholarship in piano by Henriette Michelson, a Juilliard teacher who guided him throughout his entire career as a pianist.
Elmer Bernstein (April 4, 1922 – August 18, 2004) was an American composer and conductor who is best known for his film scores. In a career that spanned more than five decades, he composed "some of the most recognizable and memorable themes in Hollywood history", including over 150 original movie scores, as well as scores for nearly 80 television productions
Released September 14, 1993. The Age of Innocence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Tracklist. 1. Madame Olenska Lyrics. Bernstein’s brooding score borrows some of the opulence of 19th-century orchestral music without sacrificing the composer’s angular modern edge. The Age of Innocence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Q&A. Producers Elmer Bernstein & Emilie A. Bernstein. Writers Elmer Bernstein & Johann Strauss I. More Elmer Bernstein albums. Far From Heaven (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Walk on the Wild Side. Show all albums by Elmer Bernstein. The Age of Innocence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
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|2||–Elmer Bernstein||Main Title||1:12|
|5||–Elmer Bernstein||3M3 / 4M1||2:39|
|6||–Elmer Bernstein||Know It||1:44|
|7||–Elmer Bernstein||Big Stick||3:07|
|8||–Elmer Bernstein||No Way Out||2:35|
|9||–Elmer Bernstein||False Time||2:42|
|10||–Elmer Bernstein||Street Walk||2:40|
|11||–Elmer Bernstein||Bo’s Walk||0:55|
|12||–Elmer Bernstein||Times Square Gospel||2:46|
|13||–Elmer Bernstein||Post Time||0:41|
|14||–Elmer Bernstein||Watch And Wait||1:32|
|15||–Elmer Bernstein||Joey’s Chase||3:08|
|16||–Elmer Bernstein||Stick Chase||3:45|
|19||–Elmer Bernstein||Save Bo||1:22|
|23||–Elmer Bernstein||Source (Stereo)||3:06|
|24||–Elmer Bernstein||Over The Hump (Stereo)||2:54|
|25||–Elmer Bernstein||10M1 (Stereo)||2:55|
|26||–Vernon Busch*||Loving You Gets Better With Time
Composed By – Jeffrey Marmelzat, Spencer Proffer, Vernon Busch*
|27||–Vernon Busch*||Frame Of Mind
Composed By – Vernon Busch*
Composed By – Vernon Busch*
- Composed By, Conductor – Elmer Bernstein (tracks: 1 to 25)
- Edited By [Music Editor] – Robert Tracy
- Mastered By – Erick Labson
- Producer [Album] – Robert Townson
NotesLimited Collector's Edition of 1500 copies.
Sleeve notes incorrectly list Vernon Burch as “Vernon Busch”. Tracks 26, 27 and 28 were originally released in 1975 on Vernon Burch - I'll Be Your Sunshine.