Alex North Centenary, Part 2

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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Our celebration of Alex North's film scores continues with highlights from Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Agony and the Ecstasy, the original, unused score for 2001: A Space Odyssey, and more. Composer Alex North introduced a modern, American sensibility to film music. In advance of North's centenary (Dec. 4), host David Garland presents the second of two programs displaying North's genius.


Alex North - The Agony and The Ecstasy - Painting - Varese Sarabande

Alex North - I'll Cry Tomorrow - Main Title, Stood Up/Shattered/Tortured - Film Score Monthly

Alex North - Viva Zapata - Josefa's Love - Varese Sarabande

Alex North - 2001: A Space Odyssey - Bones, Moon Rocket Bus - Intrada

Alex North - John Huston's The Dead - Main Title, The Story Of Michael Furey - Varese Sarabande

Alex North - Cleopatra - Main Title, Caesar's Assassination - Varese Sarabande

Alex North - Journey Into Fear - Main Title - Varese Sarabande

Alex North - The Bad Seed - Main Title - Tsunami

Alex North - Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Main Title, Colloquy - Varese Sarabande
Alex North - Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Sunday Tomorrow All Day - Tsunami

Alex North - The Children's Hour - Alone - Kritzerland

Alex North - The Misfits - Main Theme - Ryko

Alex North - Under the Volcano - Dance of the Dead - Masters Film Music

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Comments [2]

John Epperson from NYC

Great! The archives are back.

Dec. 16 2010 06:39 PM
LyMartin E. Chattman


Nov. 27 2010 09:17 PM

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