no es musica es cine elmer bernstein conduce los siete magnificos

No es música, es cine: Los siete magníficos


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El apartado de "No es música, es cine" de El Despotricador Cinéfilo pretende hacer una recopilación de aquellas bandas sonoras, sobre todo en versión concierto, que se caracterizan no por su belleza sino porque cada una de sus notas son cine en estado puro. La música de cine no debe ser música sino que debe ser cine en esencia, debe con sus notas narrar la película y describirla a tal extremo que solo con escuchar esa melodía podamos "ver" de nuevo dicha película.

06/11/2017 kanał 5
Love. Pride. Peace.

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10/09/2017 Matteo Romenghi
Awesome!

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23/07/2017 Breezy Weather
In the 60s a young kid wrote to Hollywood and asked "why havent they brought the music out of the film" the reply was "because there is no recognisable tune" when Elmer heard this he said he thought there were several, then a vinyl LP came out then a cd

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18/07/2017 Jerry Stachowicz
One of the best pieces of music ever written!

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11/07/2017 Judy Sowell
Nope - not the way it was written!

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10/07/2017 Bruce D. Campbell
Listening to this...I have an overwhelming urge to light up a Marlboro!

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16/05/2017 Giovanni Sanseviero
So cool!

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15/03/2017 Manny Fernandez
who am i to play critic to the great Bernstein but the mormons did a more exquisite job on this piece.

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21/02/2017 pbeardmore
I'm such a wuss, I get a lump in the throat with the death scenes in my head. Thats what great sound tracks do, they brig all the emotion of the movie and double it. Just superb, thanks for posting

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29/01/2017 Julie Timmons
I so love this master piece, I had the CD playing and a powerful, reliable car, I was in southern Indiana when this came on, my mom thought I seemed to be going "a little" fast, I looked down and was doing, YEAH 80 mph!! I could have sworn that I was on a big powerful majestic horse!! That's what a great car and CD(and not having the mister with me) can do...

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09/12/2016 Андрей Г.
Аж мурашки по коже.

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04/09/2016 Snow Crest
The Maestros and Masters of the 17th and 18th centuries would be impressed!

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21/07/2016 Cypher Escobar
Bravo! what a magnificent composition by the great maestro,Elmer Bernstein !...

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11/07/2016 Vitor
Maestro, ds game, anyone? no? ok

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14/05/2016 Alexandre de Moura
Simplismente fantástico....

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04/05/2016 lottatore2
Che Genio questo Elmer! stupenda musica

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12/08/2016 mostrologo napoletano
condivido,
pura emozione !
21/04/2016 Dave Glo
A magnificent score! Very few movie themes can top this one. Bernstein was a great composer, but he's an awful conductor - the brass and strings are in different time signatures, and it almost falls apart a few times. But I'm just nitpicking - this music makes you want to ride a horse into the sunset!

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04/09/2016 Snow Crest
This will be a good one at my funeral as they escort me out!.....but not soon I hope.
27/11/2016 Jon Dunmore
You are correct, sir! It would seem blasphemous criticizing the composition, but the tightness of the orchestra was lacking in certain parts, most notably from 4:30, where the percussion players are just SLOPPY. I wouldn't blame the conducting so much as those bastards just needing to GET ON TOP OF THE BEAT, YOU IDIOTS! You're just banging stuff - how hard can it be?!
Thankfully, Elmer gets a good bang into the ending phrases and it tightens up for the finale.
17/04/2016 Juanjo Tisoc
5:04 , ¿que paso con la trompeta?

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11/04/2016 nmeunier
Just a little bit of trivia here... Bernstein is credited with conducting the orchestra on an Alice Cooper song called "Halo of Flies", from the "Killer " album. I always loved that song in large part because of this excellent orchestration.

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15/02/2016 caydubb
We're missing a lot of good music like this in movies today.

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09/02/2016 Luigi Pagnoni
bellissimo indimenticabile mi ricordo la mia giovinezza

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05/01/2016 My My
If a real man starred as Rocky, not a draft dodger I would say "Gonna Fly Now" is right up there also!  But a real man didn't play Rocky, a draft dodger did (albeit Legal Draft Dodger)

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05/01/2016 My My
No disrespect to Henry Mancini, I mean "Moon River" is an ALL TIME bitchin' song!

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05/01/2016 My My
Sorry I forgot about Dimitri Tiomkin's "Guns of Navarone"

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05/01/2016 My My
The GREATEST THEME of ALL TIME!  Wayne Arthur (world expert on motion picture themes)

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26/11/2015 Frank Lesher
There is nothing more amazing than see a composer conducting his own music. Especially if that man is the great Elmer Bernstein.

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23/11/2015 Ferlin
It's a Great Pity Mr. Cameran wos lost. Total Lost

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19/10/2015 Batt Mann
I must have come back to this site a dozen or more times, not because the sound quality is so good, but because "the"man" himself is directing his creation. Some music is magic - this music is magic. Thank you Mr. Bernstein.

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04/09/2015 Rahel
SUPER MUSIK.. IMMER WIEDER SCHÖN ZUM ANHÖREN....

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04/09/2015 DORDAIN Emmanuel
The Magnificent Seven - Elmer Bernstein

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15/08/2015 Dino T
The best score in movie history.

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01/06/2017 Gary Bryson
Dino T yes
01/06/2017 Gary Bryson
Dino T without a doubt, it's a perfect musical score, and nobody makes them like this anymore. Remake film was okay but original line up of famous actors were out of this world and will never be matched again....
09/10/2017 Jordan Harrelson
For me, it ties with the score from Big Jake!
12/07/2015 Renato Lima
good

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28/04/2015 bugler1304
Any idea who the trumpet soloist is??? Great sound!!!!

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15/04/2015 steve hale
Pretty fkn awesome but the coolest thing is that he composed this music. A master without fail. It stirred me as a kid and still does fifty years later!

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27/09/2015 Mickie SF Town
+steve hale Yes sure did, I feel the best musical score for Western Movie ever. Loved it!
16/03/2017 Curtis Neilson
steve hale fit the movie like a glove
17/03/2015 Diego Martin Pintos
Such a genius

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13/11/2014 Yee Kau LEE
Si vous aimez Elmer Bernstein, découvrez la bande originale du film "Métal Hurlant" ("Heavy Metal"), et plus particulièrement les morceaux "Taarna: the flight to the temple", et "Taarna: the sword". C'est magnifique !

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13/11/2014 Yee Kau LEE
If you like Elmer Bernstein, there's another masterpiece which is very underrated: the movie soundtrack "Heavy Metal", especially "Taarna: the flight to the temple" and "Taarna: the sword".

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12/11/2014 jvdesuit1
I wonder who made the sound recording; I was at this fantastic concert and this is really poor rendering of the beauty of the orchestra and Elmer's direction. What a pity.

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11/11/2014 iliasgatz
come to country marlboro................

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11/04/2015 STEFAZON500
+iliasgatz *Come to where the flavour is, come to Marlboro country
12/10/2014 Joseph Ciolino
Why are the audience members dressed like slobs? A fucking shirt and tie too much bother? PIGS.

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16/10/2014 madamerotten
Good question. I'll ask them.
07/06/2015 shane
Its the BBC proms . Informal casual! Dressing up like a penguin is fake nonsense
25/09/2014 eko kami
何度聴いても素晴しい!

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09/09/2014 jackpark7927
There are better versions of this classic elsewhere on YouTube .... 

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04/10/2014 ChuckRazor
True, but you know why this version is very precious? Because this is the only version in existence out there where the composer himself was conducting his own music.
02/09/2014 dave parx
Don't get better

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24/08/2014 Kevin Olson
Great music. I can listen to this over and over. Such a brilliant piece of work. This was and still is one of my favorite films in large part because of this magnificent score. Elmer Bernstein was a genius.

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20/08/2014 Tim Mc Hugh
"Garner.... Garner Yearlings.... Go you Blue and White..... Fight You Yearlings Fight... " 

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02/08/2014 Steffi Reitsch
Bravo! One of the best Western theme songs of all times!

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20/03/2016 Bestoink Dooley
+Karl Peart Another one would be "The Big Country" by Jerome Moross. Also a masterpiece.
19/05/2014 RANDALL BAUER
merçi pour cette vidéo ou l'on voit Elmer Bernstein dirigeait sa plus célèbre musique de film Les 7 Mercenaires que j'ecoute toujours avec un réel plaisir

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14/05/2014 olo brown
SUPERB! Not only that its the best Western Movie of all time but great theme song! Brilliant Mr. Bernstein truly MAGNIFICENT!

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26/03/2014 1693caterpillar
Man, that just puts a smile on my face, every time I hear that piece.

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15/03/2014 Marc-ange Draco
Juste fantastique. A la sortie du film, mon père m'a emmené voir les 7 ! 
J'étais pas grand. J'en suis ressorti plus grand. 
Et quelle musique ! Merci monsieur Bernstein ! 

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08/03/2014 Bill Branning
Great contemporary composers: Elmer Bernstein, John Williams, Ennio Morricone.
I can't pick a favorite.
I like that he is having fun and is directing with no score.

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20/04/2014 mogaman28
+ChuckRazor what about joe hisaishi?
03/09/2014 Gordontrek
+1 on Jerry Goldsmith. His gifts for harmony are scarcely matched by anyone. An underrated and under-rewarded composer.
03/09/2014 ChuckRazor
+Gordontrek
Jerry Goldsmith was one of a kind. Nobody came close to his genius. I don't know if you're on twitter but Bear McCreary who was a student of Elmer Bernstein tweeted that Elmer told him back in 1999 that "Jerry Goldsmith is the #1 composer working now. He's open to new ideas and always inventing." #ElmerWisdom. Now that's high praise
13/11/2014 Yee Kau LEE
and John Barry !
07/10/2017 James Moyner
Bill Branning Don’t forget Leonard Bernstein he did the music for West Side Story with Steven Sondheim.
19/12/2013 Harold fernando mosquera benitez
LOS SIETE MAGNÍFICOS, película del oeste que en Colombia fue éxito de taquilla en su tiempo con la banda sonora del maestro Elmer Bernstein, y cuya música fue utilizada para una reconocida marca de cigarrillos.

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03/12/2013 Brad Freestone
Our Orchestra is wanting to do this for a pops concert. It is so frustrating to find an arrangement that is this robust. All other arrangements are for junior high/High School. I'd love to get my hands on this full score if at all possible. 

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11/12/2013 Brad Freestone
Leoboy, 

Thank you so much for your reply! Our group is a community orchestra, but not your typical one. Our name is The Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra (thetso.org), nestled in the north corner of Utah Valley, just south of Salt Lake City. We are very good, and we hold auditions for every member every 2 years to keep the local area's best talent, and to make sure we don't fall into a rut that many community orchestras fall into. We may eventually morph into a semi-professional group where we pay our principals.

We are a full orchestra in our 4th full season and we are craving tough classical music, as well as performing popular music to bring people in our seats. We have the ability to fill all of the parts you've mentioned. Including the contrabassoon, english horn, and the 4th t-bone. We have about 72 members in our orchestra, as well as 2 rotating harps. We're doing Holst's Planets in the early spring, as well as John Williams's Signature Edition of Star Wars. To make the star theme complete, were also doing Star Trek through the ages, or a good ET arrangement, possibly Williams's signature edition again.

We are doing a movie pops concert in June, and our conductor would love to do the Magnificent Seven theme. I've looked on the Themes and Variations website, and have found Elmer Bernstein and many of his works, but I can't locate the work for Magnificent Seven. I'll contact them to see if it's just not listed in their works.

I've been tasked with searching for movie scores and coming up with tentative content for the concert. Pieces we're considering are:
The Magnificent Seven (Bernstein)
Forest Gump (Silvestri)
Gladiator (Zimmer)
MGM suite highlighting early movies/musicals
Mancini suite: to include Moon River, Baby Elephant walk, Days of Wine and Roses, and Peter Gunn
Chronicles of Narnia (Gregson-Williams)
Chicken Run-complete with kazoos! (Powell/Gregson-Williams)
How to Train Your Dragon (Powell: Can't find anywhere, I know Hollywood in Vienna did it, and I'm contacting their librarian to see if they allow rentals of their music),
Schindler's List (Williams)
The Mission; Gabriel's Oboe (Morricone)
John Williams Suite with Jaws, ET, Jurassic Park, Superman, or a good movie score on its own like Hook.
hopefully a Pixar Suite (can't find anything good)
possibly Mission Impossible, Chariots of Fire, and Somewhere in Time for some nostalgia. 

Other options are:
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (again, a Hollywood in Vienna piece, very good! Others are too elementary)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Elfman)
Kung Fu Panda (if there is anything written...)
The New 2009 version of Star Trek (Giacchino Signature edition)
Sherlock Holmes; we even have an out of tune piano available! (Zimmer- But this is another one I can't find)

We're looking to have a concert with 10 minute intermission last for about 90 minutes

As you can tell, I'm just as excited possibly as you are about movie music. I'd love some suggestions if you have any!

Thanks again for your response!

Brad
07/10/2013 Andrew Gross
None better ever

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22/09/2013 DiamondEUNE
fine enough to enjoy

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21/09/2013 tillthen
It's great to see Bernstien himself conducting. Impressive.

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30/07/2013 elizabeth vergara
this is awesome

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30/06/2013 tyrannorexaur
When I hear this, I remember I'll never be as cool as that

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22/05/2013 Mick Hutchinson
Elmer Bernstein was brilliant !

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21/03/2013 MrImiller07
Every time that one listens to the Elmer Bernstein score for "The Magnificent Seven" you are reminded that it is one of the greatest film scores of any western film and one of the great orchestrations of the 1960s, along with his music for "To Kill A Mockingbird" [ in the genre of Aaron Copeland and just as moving ]. Watch the sequence from the original "True Grit" where John Wayne's Rooster Cogburn confronts Ned Pepper and his gang in the open field and fires upon them; the music enhances it.

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03/03/2013 bally28
Calvera's Return is just as great!!!! bad ass villain tune

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17/02/2013 ChuckRazor
Uh no, he died back in 2004, not last year.

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17/02/2013 Bill Baehr
Ultimate cowboy up!

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16/02/2013 jackie jones
Loved this guy since I heard to Kill a mocking bird. Followed his music ever since then. He died last year. Left some great music behind. Love u Elm.

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14/02/2013 joe murphies
TRULY AWESOMENESS!

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30/01/2013 Burton Egel
That was the great character actor Bob Wilke, who happily admitted that he'd been killed by practically every actor in Hollywood.

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21/01/2013 irishace11
One of the thumbs down was from the grand son of the guy that got knifed by James Coburn.

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02/01/2013 MrImiller07
Bernstein should have won an Academy Award for best original score for Sturges' "The Magnificent Seven". the entire score was memorable and was tantamount to another character in the film. His scores for "To Kill A Mockingbird " and for "The Great Escape" were also outstanding.

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12/11/2012 408knw
This man found a way to make all the soaring power of the real American West + "the West of the Imagnination" live in a song! Fabulous!

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01/11/2012 dave parx
WOW

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13/09/2012 Jerzy Pniewski
To my father, deceased 11/09/12,

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30/06/2012 ptrdyer
Does anybody know where I can get a copy of this?

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19/06/2012 madamerotten
One of the finest compositions ever to grace my ears. The man was a genius.

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27/05/2012 mangledinal
Superb! Thanks for uploading.

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01/05/2012 jackpark7927
Sure wish the audio was better.

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30/04/2012 ray6342
ditto that!

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30/04/2012 oldwarrant4
I think he had one of the best conducting styles, not to mention that he was a genius as a composer. May his memory be eternal!

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24/04/2012 MrImiller07
Bernstein really should have won an Academy Award for this wonderful score for The Magnificent Seven; it was the equivalent of a character in the film and it enhanced the performances of Brynner, McQueen, et al. He also should have won for his score for To Kill A Mockingbird. The film that he ultimately won for-Thoroughly Modern Millie, was the equivalent of a consolation prize.

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08/04/2012 Fred B.
Makes you just want to ride a horse doesn't it? :)

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04/04/2012 sauquoit13456
Elmer Bernstein was born on this date in 1922. (April 4th) Sadly, Mr. Bernstein passed away on August 18th, 2004... May he R.I.P.

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25/10/2011 Bert Lin
WTF!!!!!!!!! Ariel SHARON is conducting!!!!!!!!!!!! Naaaaaaaaa........! it's a joke of course, a great theme for a great movie with great actors...... it's always a pleasure to see it on screen in Paris Ciao!

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17/09/2011 robertP406
FANTASTIC !!!!!

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12/09/2011 Ronald Moudy
Let the WORLD know this is AMERICA! Don't tread on us!

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31/08/2011 TheNumber6ix
a classic song from a classic man

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26/08/2011 MrTmoultrie
The trombone and horn parts are just great

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26/08/2011 MrTmoultrie
The trombone and horn parts are just great

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06/08/2011 jvdesuit1
@TheMightyHartley Yes this was recorded at the special concert films music at the Proms in the magnificent Royal Albert Hall in 2001; It was performed with the BBC Concert orchestra under the author's leadership. You can review the whole program at the BBC PROMS ARCHIVE. Just search for "elmer Bernstein at the proms". I was lucky to attend the performance with my son and we had a great evening as usual at the Proms.

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31/07/2011 Garrett Brown
Simply a masterpiece..........just WONDERFUL!

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31/07/2011 Garrett Brown
Simply a masterpiece..........just WONDERFUL!

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31/07/2011 Garrett Brown
Simply a masterpiece..........just WONDERFUL!

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28/06/2011 Ernie B
A glorious performance of a great tune, Ernie

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22/06/2011 TheMightyHartley
@Tinsby It's the huge Royal Albert Hall in London, in the very early 2000s, I believe with the London Symphony Orchestra (one of the world's best; they played the original soundtrack scores to most of the Williams-Spielberg-Lucas collaborations!).

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15/06/2011 Tinsby
Where and when was this video taken? It truly is wonderful to see Elmer and the un-named orchestra playing this terrific well known theme! The place is packed and the audience is right next to the orchestra. Those folks sure got their money's worth that evening. Thanks so much for the posting! Elmer was always one of my favorite composers. The world is a lesser place without him. Long live the 'king' Elmer Bernstein!

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23/05/2011 Wronnig Luger Torres Tejada
simplemente hermoso !!!!

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15/05/2011 mostrologo napoletano
@NonInflatable YES IT IS

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15/05/2011 mostrologo napoletano
ESALTANTE!!!!!!!

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01/05/2011 David
One of the violinists has a huge smile on her face.

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02/02/2011 PippinRally
@Zanarkke They aren't ignoring him, it may look like it but the trick is reading your sheet music and keeping an eye on the conductor at the same time for timing and cues.

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10/01/2011 Steve Stalzle
A CLASSIC!

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10/01/2011 Steve Stalzle
A CLASSIC!

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07/01/2011 Zanarkke
I always wondered what composers actually do when they make the gestures because the musicians always seem to ignore them and look at their sheet music?

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01/11/2010 scottnoris106
When and where was this concert held?

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27/10/2010 NonInflatable
The greatest of all Western themes.

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21/10/2010 ChuckRazor
@88011 Heck, they even remixed the main theme of The Magnificent Seven in the middle of that song!!!

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15/10/2010 niigoki
Really amazing. And I couldn't help but notice that at 1:06 the tune sounded exactly as the beginning of Halcali's song Twinkle Star. Now I know where they got it from! Maybe it was really intentional? Anyways, loved this piece.

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14/09/2010 peterlinie3
Surely the greatest western movie theme ever. However, if you've got the facility, play the short piece (during the third minute of this clip) that accompanies the trip back down the hill in the empty hearse, at full blast, and visualize that part of the movie. It will make your spine tingle! This is the only time in the movie it is heard.

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16/08/2010 Tim Vogel
Surely the greatest movie theme of them all.

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25/07/2010 jslasher1
And, Elmer, was a southpaw, too -- conducting with the baton in the left-hand is not easy, given that orchestras come in contact with precious few lefties.

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29/05/2010 ragnor56
The epitaph of the fine composer Mr Elmer Bernstein ,,,,greatly missed...........

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21/12/2009 Galantski
Excellent upload! Thanks for sharing this.

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13/12/2009 Mark Jones
A magnificent score for a magnificent film.

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04/11/2009 soulwam
The only thing I ever found on YouTube that merits the rating 'Awesome'.

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04/11/2009 soulwam
Vamanos!

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17/09/2009 ChuckRazor
You're right. Nothing beats the composer conducting his own piece himself. This is a rare opportunity of watching the maestro in action. Kudos to Geoffers008 for sharing with us this wonderful video.

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21/05/2009 ChuckRazor
Oh my God, I've been looking for this for a long time!!! Thank you so much!!! Now if only someone would kindly upload some concerts of Jerry Goldsmith's I would be very grateful... Long live the masters of film music!!!

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