Label: Metro Records - 2626 005 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Stage & Screen • Style: Lounge, Soundtrack, Easy Listening
Theme From (Grand Prix) A6: Max Steiner – Main Title (Gone With The Wind) B1: Herbie Hancock – Main Title (Blow Up) B2: Richard Strauss – Also Sprach Zarathustra ( A Space Odyssey) B3: Miklos Rozsa* – Theme-Prelude (King Of Kings) B4: Frank De Vol – Main Title (The Dirty Dozen) B5: Michel Legrand – Main Theme (Ice Station Zebra 4/5(1).
Theme From (Grand Prix) – Max Steiner: Main Title (Gone With The Wind) – Herbie Hancock: Main Title (Blow Up) – Richard Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra ( A Space Odyssey) – Miklos Rozsa* Theme-Prelude (King Of Kings) – Frank De Vol: Main Title (The Dirty Dozen) – Michel Legrand: Main Theme (Ice Station Zebra) – John Barry: Main Title (Born Free)/5(2).
The original title chosen by author Margaret Mitchell for novel suggests the vital significance that the theme of tenacity played in its composition and the fact that the title still stands as the last words of Scarlett O’Hara: “Tomorrow is another day.” Once again, Scarlett is the personification of this theme, but tenacity in going after what she wants until she gets it is simply a microcosmic symbol of the .
Gone With the Wind (Original Soundtrack) [Import], CD, United Kingdom - Import, Classical Artists,
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