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The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1998) Retail CD
Bernard Herrmann scored four films featuring the special effects genius of Ray Harryhausen: The Three Worlds of Gulliver (1960), Mysterious Island (1961), Jason And The Argonauts (1963) and The Seventh Voyage Of Sinbad, a fabulous exercise in bombast from 1958 (right before his classic score for Hitchock's Vertigo). From the whirling Arabian tarantella of the "Overture" to its subtler reprise in "Sultan's Feast", the Sinbad score carries enough passion in one extended motivic device for any movie. Of course Herrmann went much further. There's an interminable feeling of waiting for something inmore… "The Fog"; a theme for "The Princess" that's even more manipulatively sweet than John Williams's Star Wars counterpart. And being a Sinbad tale, there is naturally an adventurous high-seas pay-off once "The Cyclops" is reached. A suite of furious proportions, full of rippling percussive rolls and staccato brass rhythms is made out of "The Fight With The Cyclops" and "The Cyclops' Death". Lest we forget, there is also the tickling xylophone effect now synonymous with anything bony in "The Duel With The Skeleton" (which was unforgettably employed again in Jason And The Argonauts). Varese Sarabande's loving re-creation of the score conducted by John Debney is superb, all wrapped up in a gloriously decorated package of original artwork. --Paul Tonks
|21||Fight With the Cyclops|
|27||Fight With the Roc|
|32||Duel With the Skeleton|
|34||Dragon and Cyclops|
|36||Death of the Dragon|
|37||Finale - John Debney, Royal Scots Dragoon Guards|
- The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1998) Retail CD
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