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  1. The Egyptian (Film Score) (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (stonescarkagataursharphammer.infoinfo), the largest and .
  2. The 20th Century Fox feature film The Egyptian is unique in cinema history for its combination of music composition talents: both Bernard Herrmann and Alfred Newman composed the score, which was the most successful component of the film. Not that some Hollywood scores didn't incorporate the work of two or more composers, but Herrmann was notoriously reticent to mix his work with that of 6/
  3. Jun 24,  · The Classic Film Scores of Bernard Herrmann Friday, June 24, The Egyptian The music score to The Egyptian is credited to two composers: Alfred Newman and Bernard Herrmann. Although it's true that Herrmann shared credit Author: George Kaplan.
  4. Herrmann's main love theme for The Egyptian, "Nefer-Nefer-Nefer", must rank as one of the most beautiful cues he ever wrote; its seven minute length allowed the composer more room than usual to develop his material, a chance rarely given to composers nowadays. The high-register oboe melody, later taken up by the strings, offers far more insight into the story than Michael Curtiz's long-forgotten movie .
  5. elodie-meheust» Screen and Stage» Herrmann & Newman - Their Classic Film Score For "The Egyptian" Herrmann & Newman - Their Classic Film Score For "The Egyptian" album download Herrmann Score Germany.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Herrmann* & Newman* - Their Classic Film Score For "The Egyptian" at Discogs. Complete your Herrmann* & Newman.
  7. Bernard Herrmann and Alfred Newman worked together on the Fox film The Egyptian. The story focuses on a young physician to the poor named Sinuhe (Edmund Purdom) and how he destroys his life for a whore from Babylon, Nefer (Bella Darvi) while a poor barmaid Meryt (Jean Simmons) loves him - and he just doesn\'t see it.

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