Tuesday, 10 September 2019

Sound Of Cinema - 248. Cars

SOUND OF CINEMA - 248. CARS (320kbs-m4a/134mb/58mins)
BBC Radio 3 broadcast: 13th July 2019

With the release of 'Stuber' this week, Michael Dowse's action comedy about a taxi driver and a terrorist, with music by Joseph Trapanese, Matthew Sweet considers the differing ways in which cars appear in films, and the music that has been created to underscore them.

Barry Gray - Supercar (1951-52) - Theme [EMI]
Larry Adler - Genevieve (1953) - Waltz [Filmophone]
Riz Ortolani - The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1965) - Theme [MGM]
Ron Goodwin - Monte-Carlo Or Bust (1969) -– Schickel Shamble [Chandos]
Henry Mancini - The Great Race (1965) - Overture [RCA]
Richard M. Sherman - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) -– Main Title/Toot Sweets [Varese Sarabande]
Marvin Hamlisch - The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) -– Ride To Atlantis [EMI]
Howard Shore - Crash (1996) -– Main Title [RCA]
Dickon Hinchliffe - Locke (2013) –- Ivan Locke [Fiction]
Bernard Herrmann - Taxi Driver (1976) - Suite [Arista]
Joseph Trapanese - Stuber (2019) - Main Title/I Knew You Could Do It[Fox Music]
Hoyt S. Curtin - Wacky Races Theme [ILC]
Alexandre Desplat - Kursk (2019)– - Theme

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