SH Spotlight "The most complicated project SH ever worked on?" Franz Waxman "The Nun's Story" WB soundtrack CD

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. Steve Hoffman

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    Good movie, eh? Nothing quite like it before or after.. The ending!
     
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    Devastating. I was ready for two more hours, Sister Luke nursing for the Resistance, maybe finding Dr. Fortunati, I just didn't want the story to end.
     
  3. Steve Hoffman

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    Yeah. It was really well done. Still can’t believe I put that entire hour of music together without having seen a frame of the movie.
     
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    I can't even imagine, and working with reels, good lord. There was one particular spot where the craziness of the cues hit home, where it was music - stop - script - stop - music - stop, and i had to laugh, even though it was a high tension moment.
     
  5. Steve Hoffman

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    Nun's Story bump. That is all. If yer in a mood, the music will get you into another one, but quick.
     
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  6. Steve Hoffman

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    4K HD version of THE NUN'S STORY, that's what I want!
     
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  7. Steve Hoffman

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    Just wanted to mention a NEW credit I unearthed. The recording engineer of "THE NUN'S STORY" music: Paolo Ketoff at Fonolux Post-Production Studio, Italy. fonolux italy.jpg
     
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  8. Sax-son

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    Just a few years before the NUNS STORY, my dad was a contributor to Franz Waxman's "Crime in the Streets". It featured a very sinister score that showcased my dad, Jack Dumont on alto sax, longtime studio session man Chuck Gentry on tenor and baritone sax, and Pete Condoli on trumpet and Ray Turner on piano. It's interesting that I remember that movie before I ever knew that my dad was on that record. If you have never heard that score, I highly recommend it. It showcases Waxman's work at his best in my opinion.
     
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  9. Steve Hoffman

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    Thanks. Waxman is one of my favorite composers..
     

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