Composed By, Conductor – Max Steiner. Orchestrated By – Murray Cutter. Songwriter – Stan Jones. Vocals – Danny Knight (tracks: 38), The Sons Of The Pioneers (tracks: 1, 36, 37). 메모. Total Album Time: 67:00.
CASABLANCA – Max Steiner. 100 greatest scores of all time. Steiner supports the dragnet by whipping his orchestra into frenzy with strings furioso and blaring horns. Intense repeating string descents impart the desperation of a fleeing man, yet he is shot with a final descent joined by timpani and bass supporting his death at 3:25. A reprise of Le Marseillaise, now shorn of its pride, supports a scene change to the police station. The cue concludes plaintively as desperate eyes look skyward as the Lisbon plane lands in the airport.
A description of tropes appearing in Max Steiner. Maximilian Raoul Steiner (May 10, 1888 – December 28, 1971) was born in Vienna. Max in his career produced scores for over 250 films! He received 26 nominations from the Academy and took home three Oscars. After many years of suffering from cancer and failing eyesight Max Steiner passed away in Hollywood on December 28th 1971. Notable Scores By Max Steiner Include: The Bondman (1916) - yes, a silent film, Steiner composed a score performed by a live orchestra at a showing in New York.
Max Steiner (Viena, 10 de maio de 1888 - Hollywood, 28 de dezembro de 1971) foi um compositor do cinema americano que arquivou um lendário status como o criador de centenas de clássicos temas para filmes americanos. Nascido Maximilian Raoul Walter Steiner, Max Steiner, entre as décadas de 1930 e 1960, foi um dos mais notórios compositores do cinema americano, criando temas para filmes diversos. Foi nomeado dezoito vezes pela academia por seu trabalho, dentre os quais ganhou três.
Russian banker and politician Dimitri Navachine (47), was stabbed to death while walking his dog in Paris's Bois de Boulogne on the morning of 25 January 1937. The following year, the film Death of a Scoundrel, loosely based on Rubinstein's life, was released. Early civil rights movement leader George W. Lee (51), was killed by an assailant who drove up alongside his car and shot him several times on 7 May 1955, in Belzoni, Mississippi.