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John Williams - Complete Philips Recordings

Flaga Polska 21 stycznia 2022, piątek
Arysta: John Williams
Wytwórnia: Universal

Uznanie Johna Williamsa za kompozytora, par excellence, największych hitów filmowych Hollywood, nieco przyćmiewa aspekt kariery Williamsa jako dyrygenta koncertowego. Stając na czele Boston Pops Orchestra, Williams wprowadził muzykę filmową na sale koncertowe, co znacznie podniosło jej wartość artystyczną i przyniosło wielkie uznanie środowiska klasycznego dla muzyki filmowej. Kompozytor zamówił i stworzył nowe aranżacje orkiestrowe popularnych klasyków i rozszerzył podstawowy repertuar klasyczny orkiestry, łącząc w ten sposób różne "podgatunki", jednocześnie wprowadzając nową publiczność i słuchaczy do muzyki "klasycznej". Ta niesamowita spuścizna - która zbiegła się z pracą Williamsa jako kompozytora filmowego - została uhonorowana przez Decca Classics w nowej limitowanej 21-płytowej, edycji która uświetni 90. Urodziny kompozytora przypadające w 2022 roku.

Lista utworów:
CD 1 “Pops on the March"
Josef Franz Wagner: Under the Double Eagle
Edward Elgar: March No. 4 in G from Pomp and Circumstance Marches
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Festival Coronation March
William Walton: Orb and Sceptre
George Gershwin (arr. Johnny Green): Strike Up The Band
W. C. Handy (arr. Richard Hayman): St Louis Blues March
John Williams: Midway March
Meredith Wilson (arr. Leroy Anderson): Seventy-Six Trombones
Ray Bauduc & Bob Haggart (arr. Billy May): South Rampart Street Parade
Alfred Newman: Conquest
CD 2 “Pops in Space"
From Superman
Love Theme
From The Empire Strikes Back
The Asteroid Field
Yoda's Theme
The Imperial March
From Star Wars
Main Title
Princess Leia
Close Encounters of the Third Kind Suite
CD 3 “That's Entertainment" (Pops on Broadway)
Arthur Schwartz (arr. Hayman): That's Entertainment from The Band Wagon
includes Let Me Entertain You from Gypsy (Jules Styne)
Jerry Bock (arr. J. Williams): Fiddler on the Roof (excerpts from the film score adapt. J. Williams)
a. If I Were a Rich Man – b. To Life – c. Miracle of Miracles – d. Sunrise, Sunset – e. Matchmaker – f. Tradition
Stephen Sondheim (arr. Jonathan Tunick): from A Little Night Music
a. Night Waltz – b. Send in the Clowns
Richard Rodgers (arr. Anderson): Richard Rogers Waltzes (Medley)
a. Lover (Love Me Tonight) – b. Falling in Love with Love (The Boys from Syracuse) – c. Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' (Oklahoma!) – d. It's a Grand Night for Singing (State Fair)
Medley arr. Ralph Burns: Pops on Broadway
a. One (A Chorus Line) (Hamlisch) – b. Tomorrow (Annie) (Strouse) – c. Don't Cry for Me Argentina (Evita) (Lloyd Webber)
Frederick Loewe (arr. Robert Russell Bennett): from Gigi
a. The Night They Invented Champagne – b. Waltz at Maxim's – c. I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore – d. The Parisians – e. Say a Prayer for Me Tonight – f. Thank Heaven for Little Girls
CD 4 “We Wish You A Merry Christmas"
Trad (arr. Harris): We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Medley (arr. Anderson): Christmas Festival
a. Joy to the World (trad. ) – b. Deck the Halls (trad. ) – c. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (trad. ) – d. Good King Wenceslas (trad. ) – e. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Mendelssohn, adapt. Cummings) – f. The First Nowell (trad. ) – g. Silent Night (Gruber) – h. Jingle Bells (Pierpont) – i. O Come, All Ye Faithful (trad. )
Alfred Burt: A Christmas Greeting – The Carols of Alfred Burt (Medley)
a. Come, Dear Children – b. All On a Christmas Morning – c. Christ, In The Stranger's Guise – d. Caroling, Caroling – e. Some Children See Him – f. O Harken Ye
Medley arr. Billy May: Holiday Cheer
a. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Styne) – b. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting) (Tormé) – c. Jingle Bell Rock (Beal & Boothe) – d. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Martin) – e. All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth (Gardner) – f. I'll Be Home for Christmas (Kent & Ram) – g. Silver Bells (Livingston & Evans)
Charles Edward Ives: A Christmas Carol
Katherine Kennicott Davis: Carol of The Drum
Trad. (arr. B. May): The Twelve Days of Christmas
CD 5 “Pops Around the World"
Overtures to:
Dimitri Kabalevsky: Colas Breugnon
Franz von Suppè: Boccaccio
Daniel Auber: The Bronze Horse (Le Cheval de bronze)
Mikhail Glinka: Ruslan and Lyudmila
Williams: The Cowboys
Gioachino Rossini: L'italiana in Algeri
Leonard Bernstein: Candide
CD 6 “Aisle Seat"
John Williams: The Flying Theme from E. T.
Vangelis (arr. Joseph Reisman): Main Theme from Chariots of Fire
John Williams: Raiders of the Lost Ark March
John Williams: If We Were in Love from Yes, Giorgio
John Kander (arr. Billy Byers): Main Theme from New York, New York
Max Steiner (arr. Angela Morley): Tara's Theme from Gone with the Wind
Harold Arlen (arr. Alexander Courage): Over the Rainbow from The Wizard of Oz
Nacio Herb Brown (arr. Conrad Salinger, adapt. A. Courage): Main Theme from Singin' in the Rain
Dimitri Tiomkin (arr. A. Morley): Main Theme from Friendly Persuasion (Thee I Love)
Hugh Martin (arr. C. Salinger, adapt. A. Courage): The Trolley Song from Meet Me in St Louis
CD 7 “Out of this World"
R. Strauss: Introduction from Also sprach Zarathustra from 2001: A Space Odyssey
John Williams: Adventures on Earth from E. T.
Jerry Goldsmith (arr. J. Goldsmith): Closing Title from Alien
Alexander Courage (arr. A. Courage): Main Theme from Star Trek – The Television Show
Stu Phillips & Glen A. Larson (arr. S. Phillips): Main Title from Battlestar Galactica
Jerry Goldsmith (arr. J. Goldsmith): Main Title from Star Trek – The Motion Picture
Marius Constant (arr. S. Phillips): Theme and Variations from Twilight Zone
John Williams: from Return of the Jedi
Parade of the Ewoks
Luke & Leia
Jabba the Hutt (Chester Schmitz tuba)
The Forest Battle
CD 8 Prokofiev: Peter & the Wolf; Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite
Sergei Prokofiev text adapt. Larry Gelbart: Peter and the Wolf (A Musical Tale for Children)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite
1. Miniature Overture
Characteristic Dances
Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy
Russian Dance (Trepak)
Arabian Dance (Coffee)
Chinese Dance (Tea)
Dance of The Reed-Pipes
3. Waltz of the Flowers
CD 9 “With a Song in my Heart"
Richard Rodgers/Lorez Hart (arr. Dick Hayman): Falling in Love with Love from The Boys from Syracuse
Cole Porter (arr. Joseph Reisman): In the Still of the Night from Rosalie
Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart (arr. J Reisman): Spring is Here from I Married an Angel
Jerome Kern/Johnny Mercer (arr. A. Courage): I'm Old-Fashioned from You Were Never Lovelier
Harold Arlen/Truman Capote (arr. Williams): A Sleepin' Bee from House of Flowers
Cole Porter (arr. D. Hyman): I Love Paris from Can-Can
Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein II (arr. A. Courage): The Song Is You from Music in the Air
Cole Porter (arr. A. Courage): I Love You from Mexican Hayride
George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin: Love Is Here to Stay from Goldwyn Follies
Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein II (arr. D. Hyman): All the Things You Are from Very Warm for May
George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin: Love Walked In from Goldwyn Follies
Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart (arr. A. Courage): With a Song in My Heart from With a Song in My Heart
CD 10 “Swing, Swing, Swing"
Sy Oliver (arr. Larry Wilcox): Opus One
Cole Porter (arr. Jerry Gray & Billy May): Begin the Beguine
Frankie Carle (arr. Richard Hayman): Sunrise Serenade
Erskine Hawkins, Bill Johnson & Julian Dash (arr. R. Hayman): Tuxedo Junction
Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn (arr. R. Hayman): Satin Doll
Joseph Garland (arr. Glenn Osser): In the Mood
Louis Prima (arr. Dick Hyman): Sing, Sing, Sing
Edgar Sampson, Benny Goodman & Chick Webb (arr. G. Osser): Stompin' at the Savoy
Glenn Miller (arr. R. Hayman): Moonlight Serenade
Jerry Gray (arr. R. Hayman): A String of Pearls
Eric Coates (arr. R. Hayman): Sleepy Lagoon
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (arr. Don Sebesky): Song of India
Claude Thornhill (arr. D. Hyman): Snowfall
John Williams: Swing, Swing, Swing
CD 11 “America – The Dream Goes On"
Aaron Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man
John Williams/Alan & Marilyn Bergman: America, the Dream Goes On
Anon. collected William Steffe/Julia Ward Howe (arr. Peter Wilhousky): Battle Hymn of the Republic
Woody Guthrie (arr. Stu Phillips): This Land Is Your Land
Samuel A. Ward/Katherine Lee Bates (arr. A. Courage): America, the Beautiful
Copland: Hoe-Down from Rodeo
Martin Gould: American Salute
Leonard Bernstein (arr. Sid Ramin): America Medley
a. New York, New York (Bernstein/Comden & Green) – b. Lonely Town (Bernstein/Comden & Green) – c. America (Bernstein/Sondheim)
Trad. spiritual (arr. Billy May): When the Saints Go Marchin' In
Trad. (arr. Eduard Kremser): Prayer of Thanksgiving
CD 12 “On Stage"
Irving Berlin (arr. Morton Stevens): There's No Business Like Showbusiness from Annie Get Your Gun
Marvin Hamlisch (arr. M. Hamlisch): Overture to A Chorus Line
Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil (arr. Don Sebesky): Here You Come Again from Dancin'
Medley (arr. Ralph Burns): Sophisticated Ladies (A Tribute to Duke Ellington)
a. Sophisticated Lady (Ellington) – b. Take the “A" Train (Strayhorn) – c. Mood Indigo (Ellington & Bigard) – d. It Don't Mean a Thing (Ellington)
Andrew Lloyd Webber (arr. Eric Knight): Memory from Cats
Medley (arr. A. Courage): A Salute to Fred Astaire
a. Top Hat, White Tie and Tails (Berlin) – b. The Carioca (Youmans) – c. Dancing in the Dark (Schwartz) – d. I Won't Dance (Kern) – e. The Continental (Conrad)
Richard Rodgers (arr. Robert Russell Bennett): Slaughter on Tenth Avenue from On Your Toes
CD 13 “Bernstein by Boston"
Leonard Bernstein
Selections from West Side Story
Simple Song from Mass
On the Town
1. The Great Lover (Allegro pesante)
2. Lonely Town: Pas de deux (Andante – Sostenuto)
3. Times Square: 1944 (Allegro)
Divertimento for Orchestra
1. Sennets and Tuckets (Allegro non troppo, ma con brio)
2. Waltz (Allegro, con grazia)
3. Mazurka (Mesto. Molto moderato)
4. Samba (Allegro giusto)
5. Turkey Trot (Allegretto, ben misurato)
6. Sphinxes (Adagio lugubre)
7. Blues (Slow blues tempo)
8. March: “The BSO Forever" (Andante. In memoriam – Doppio movimento. Alla marcia)
Selections from Wonderful Town
CD 14 “Pops in Love"
Gabriel Fauré: Pavane (Leone Buyse flute)
Claude Debussy (arr. Henri-Pierre-Edouard Mouton): Clair de lune from Suite bergamasque
Remo Giazotto (attrib. Tomaso Albinoni); Adagio for Strings and Organ (Max Hobart violin)
Camille Saint-Saëns (arr. Paul Vidal): Le Cygne (The Swan) from Le Carnaval des animaux (Martha Bacbcock cello)
Erik Satie (orch. Claude Debussy): Gymnopédie No. 1 (Satie's No. 3) (Alfred Genovese oboe)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Andante cantabile from String Quartet No. 1
Debussy (arr. Jerome Cohen): La Fille aux cheveaux de lin (The Girl with the Flaxen Hair) from Préludes Book I
Maurice Ravel: Pavane pour une infante défunte (Richard Sebring horn)
Gymnopédie No. 2 (Satie's No. 1) (A. Genovese oboe)
Johann Pachelbel (arr. Robert Bockholt): Canon
Ralph Vaughan Williams (adapt. Ralph Greaves): Fantasia on Greensleeves (L. Buyse flute)
CD 15 Holst: The Planets
Gustav Holst: The Planets Suite for large orchestra
I. Mars, the Bringer of War
II. Venus, the Bringer of Peace
III. Mercury, the Winged Messenger
IV. Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity
V. Saturn, the Bringer of Old Age
VI. Uranus, the Magician
VII. Neptune, the Mystic
CD 16 “Digital Jukebox"
Boris Fomin (attrib. Gene Raskin) (arr. Glenn Osser): Those Were the Days
Manos Hadjidakis (arr. R. Hayman): Never on Sunday
Riz Ortolani & Nino Oliviero (arr. R. Hayman): More from Mondo Cane
Jimmy Webb (arr. R. Hayman): By the Time I Get to Phoenix
António Carlos Jobim (arr. Patrick Hollenbeck): The Girl from Ipanema
Michel Legrand (arr. Eric Knight): The Summer Knows from Summer of ‘42
Kurt Weill (arr. Jack Mason): Mack the Knife from The Threepenny Opera
Georges Auric: Where is Your Heart from Moulin Rouge
Mason Williams (arr. G. Osser): Classical Gas
Henry Mancini (arr. H. Mancini): Theme from The Pink Panther
Robert Maxwell (arr. Angela Morley): Ebb Tide
Ervan F. “Bud" Coleman (arr. R. Hayman): Tijuana Taxi
Henry Mancini (arr. R. Hayman): Days of Wines and Roses
Max Steiner (arr. Lee Holdridge): Theme from A Summer Place
Alex North (arr. L. Holdridge): Unchained Melody
Alberto Pestalozza (arr. G. Osser): Ciribiribin
Sammy Fain (arr. A. Morley): Love Is a Many Splendored Thing
CD 17 “Lucky To Be Me"
Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart: Lover from Love Me Tonight
Michel Legrand/Jacques Demy transl. Norman Gimbel: I Will Wait for You from The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
Kurt Weill/Ira Gershwin: My Ship from Lady in the Dark
George & Ira Gershwin: But Not for Me from Girl Crazy
Rodgers/Hart: Falling in Love with Love from The Boys from Syracuse
Leonard Bernstein/Betty Comden & Adolph Green: Lonely Town from On the Town
Kurt Weill/Maxwell Anderson: September Song from Knickerbocker Holiday
Frederick Loewe/Alan Jay Lerner: Show Me from My Fair Lady
Michel Legrand/Alan & Marilyn Bergman: Where Is It Written from Yentl
Billy Joel: Just the Way You Are
Michel Legrand/Alan & Marilyn Bergman: Papa, Can You Hear Me? from Yentl
Kurt Weill/Ogden Nash: Speak Low from One Touch of Venus
Leonard Bernstein/Betty Comden & Adolph Green: Lucky to Be Me from On the Town
CD 18 “Salute To Hollywood"
Richard A. Whiting (arr. John Williams): Hooray for Hollywood
Medley (arr. Morton Stevens): Pops Salutes the Oscars
a. When You Wish upon a Star (Harline) – b. Swingin' on a Star (Van Heusen) – c. Moon River (Mancini) – d. Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head (Bacharach) – e. Theme from The Way We Were (Hamlisch) – f. The Shadow of Your Smile (Mandel)
James Horner, Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil (arr. Glenn Osser): Somewhere Out There from An American Tail
Medley (arr. M. Stevens): A Tribute to Judy Garland
a. Over the Rainbow (Arlen) – b. We're Off to See the Wizard (Arlen) – c. You Made Me Love You (Monaco) – d. Be a Clown (Porter) – e. Get Happy (Arlen) – f. The Man That Got Away (Arlen)
John Williams: Balloon Sequence – Devil's Dance from Witches of Eastwick
John Barry (arr. Joseph Reisman): Love Theme from Out of Africa
Trad. Mexican (son jarocho) (arr. R. Hayman): La Bamba
David Raksin (arr. Herbert Spencer): Theme from The Bad and the Beautiful
Medley (arr. Sid Ramin): Dancing with Fred Astaire
a. Top Hat, White Tie and Tails (Berlin) – b. I Won't Dance (Kern) – c. Dancing in the Dark (Schwartz) – d. The Continental (Conrad) – e. Change Partners (Berlin) – f. The Carioca (Youmans)
CD 19 “Pops à la Russe"
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Cortège from Mlada Suite
Alexander Borodin (arr. Rimsky-Korsakov & Alexander Glazunov): Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor
Dance of the Polovtsian Maidens
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (arr. Lucien Cailliet): None but the Lonely Heart
Rimsky-Korsakov: Danse des bouffons from The Snow Maiden Suite
Modest Mussorgsky: A Night on the bare Mountain
Sergei Prokofiev: Troika from Lieutenant Kijé Suite
Aram Khachaturian: from the Gayaneh Suites
Dance of the Rose Maidens
Sabre Dance
Alexander Borodin (arr. Sir Malcolm Sargent): Nocturne from String Quartet No. 2
Dmitri Shostakovich: Polka from The Golden Age Suite
Reinhold Glière: Russian Sailor's Dance from The Red Poppy Suite
CD 20 “Pops By Gershwin"
George Gershwin
An American in Paris (rev. Frank Campbell-Watson)
Porgy and Bess Suite (arr. Robert Russell Bennett & Alexander Courage)
a. Prelude – b. Summertime – c. I got plenty o' nuttin' – d. Bess, you is my woman now – e. I can't sit down – f. It ain't necessarily so – g. I loves you, Porgy – h. There's a boat dat's leavin' soon for New York – i. O Lawd, I'm on my way
Selections from Girl Crazy (arr. Leroy Anderson)
a. I got rhythm – b. Embraceable you – c. Bidin' my time – d. But not for me – e. I got rhythm (reprise)
Rhapsody in Blue (orch. Ferde Grofé)
CD 21 Bonus Disc
By Request...
John Williams
Liberty Fanfare
March from 1941
The Mission Theme (Theme for NBC News)
Olympic Fanfare and Theme
Theme from JAWS
Pops Britannia
John Williams: From Jane Eyre
1. At Lowood
2. To Thornfield
3. The Return
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies: An Orkney Wedding, with Sunrise (Max Hobart violin – Nancy Crutcher Tunnicliffe solo bagpipes)
Frederick Delius: Brigg Fair
Trad. Irish (“Londonderry Air") (collected Jane Ross, arr. Percy Grainger): Danny Boy
Percy Grainger: Molly on the Shore
Trad. Scottish (arr. Patrick Hollenbeck): Scotland the Brave