Roman Vlad - Sound Track From The Documentary Film "Picasso" download mp3 album
Soundtrack from the Documentary Film "Picasso": Flamenco Score for Orchestra and Guitar by Roman Vlad. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Folkways Records"). Surrealism, 1925-1930. Soundtrack from the Documentary Film "Picasso": Flamenco Score for Orchestra and Guitar by Roman Vlad. Transition - Cubism - Les Desmoiselles d'Avignon, 1906-1914.
It was also released in a standard cover: Sound Track From The Documentary Film "Picasso". Plastylite pressing per cursive "P" stamp in run outs. Also known as "ear mark". Labels also note: "Custom molded by Plastylite". With 16 page illustrated booklet. Color postcard of Picasso's "Three Dancers" pasted to the front cover. Noted inside insert: "Cover post card courtesy of: Museum of Modern Art" "Transfer from film track to tape by Photo-Magnetic Sound Studio Inc. N. "Music of the score published by Brookville Music, Inc. (BMI)" "Released to Folkways Records by Mario de Vecchi". Matrix, Runout (Run out, side A, stamped): FS 3860 A PB P.
The Romanian-born Italian composer, pianist and musicologist, Roman Vlad, was awarded a diploma in the pianoforte from the Conservatory his native city. In 1938 he moved to Rome, acquiring Italian citizenship in 1951. He attended Rome University and was awarded a diploma in 1942, studying under Alfredo Casella at the National Academy of Santa Cecilia. His symphony won the ENESCU prize in 1942. After the World War II, Roman Vlad, while continuing his work as a concert pianist and composer, became known as a writer and speaker in Italy, as well as Germany, France the USA and elsewhere. Sound Track From The Documentary Film "Picasso" (Album).
Roman Vlad is currently Artistic Director of La Scala, Milan. He is currently also a member of the administrative council of . C and of the management committee of National Academy of Santa Cecilia and Artistic Consultant to the Ravenna Festival, the Festival Settembre Musica and the Festival Musicale of Ravello. In 1994 he was nominated President of the Academia Filarmonica Romana. Roman Vlad is the author of symphony, chamber and theatrical works, including Cinque elegie su testi biblici (1990), Melodia variata (1990) and the recent Stagioni giapponesi, 24 Haiku (1993-1994). In 1950 Roman Vlad was awarded the Nastro d'Argento for his film scores. In 1974 he received an honorary doctorate in music from the National University of Ireland. In 1991 he was elected member of the Koninlijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en SchoneKunsten of Belgium.
The soundtrack's single, the film's "Titles" theme, also reached the top of the American Billboard Hot 100 chart and was used as the background music at the London 2012 Olympics winners' medal presentation ceremonies. Vangelis wrote the score for the 1992 film Bitter Moon directed by Roman Polanski, and The Plague directed by Luis Puenzo. In the 90s, Vangelis scored a number of undersea documentaries for French ecologist and filmmaker, Jacques Cousteau, one of which was shown at the Earth Summit. The score of the film Cavafy (1996).
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|A1||Introduction To Picasso|
|A4||Blue Into Rose|
|A5||Transition (Cubism) (Les Demoiselles D'Avignon)|
|A6||Abstraction - Neo Classicism|
|A9||And World War II|
|B2||Antibes (New Dawn)|
|B6||Korea And Peace|
|B7||Picasso Is 70|
|B9||Mural: War And Peace|
- Composed By – Roman Vlad
- Conductor – Franco Ferrara
- Guitar – Gangi*
NotesThis version comes in a standard cover. It was also released in a hinged box: Picasso
With 16 page illustrated booklet.
Some copies have a color postcard of Picasso's "Three Dancers" pasted to the front cover.
|FS 3860||Roman Vlad||Picasso (LP, Album + Box)||Folkways Records||FS 3860||US||1957|