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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:25 pm 
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No way is either of you right on price. If it's four discs I'm guessing it could be $49.99 or perhaps $59.99 (as with FSM's Ben Hur, though it was five discs).

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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:27 pm 
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Ron Pulliam wrote:
TerraEpon wrote:
I don't care how much, I just care if it's all in stereo or not.
(Though I'm pretty sure it won't be, so how much won't matter....)


I'd be shocked and amazed if it isn't.


I might have misread you guys..but I thought all the golden age folks were pining away for some comprehensive attention focused on Hugo Riesenfeld.


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:51 pm 
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JackDVD78@aol.com wrote:
that price point guess seems way off. I doubt Roger said to start saving an extra 10.00 - 15.00 :lol:
I'm guessing $99.99 Then again I really don't know how many discs this set will be.

If you prorate at $10/commandment, that makes sense.
But why not some other Golden Age opus - there's so many to choose from?


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:55 pm 
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Yavar Moradi wrote:
No way is either of you right on price. If it's four discs I'm guessing it could be $49.99 or perhaps $59.99 (as with FSM's Ben Hur, though it was five discs).

Yavar


So, I'm thinking you're looking at this as a combination of original score tracks, the original LP recordings release and the stereo re-release?


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:57 pm 
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Roger Feigelson wrote:
Ron Pulliam wrote:
TerraEpon wrote:
I don't care how much, I just care if it's all in stereo or not.
(Though I'm pretty sure it won't be, so how much won't matter....)


I'd be shocked and amazed if it isn't.


I might have misread you guys..but I thought all the golden age folks were pining away for some comprehensive attention focused on Hugo Riesenfeld.


Perhaps I'm misreading you? Are you hinting that this release will be a tribute Riesenfeld's contributions to film scoring, featuring his original score for "The Ten Commandments" from 1928?

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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
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Roger Feigelson wrote:
Ron Pulliam wrote:
TerraEpon wrote:
I don't care how much, I just care if it's all in stereo or not.
(Though I'm pretty sure it won't be, so how much won't matter....)


I'd be shocked and amazed if it isn't.


I might have misread you guys..but I thought all the golden age folks were pining away for some comprehensive attention focused on Hugo Riesenfeld.




So, it's either Hugo's or Elmer's THE TEN COMMANDMENTS!

Hmmm, after much thought, I bet it's Elmer's TEN COMMANDMENTS! :D


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
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Ron Pulliam wrote:
Perhaps I'm misreading you? Are you hinting that this release will be a tribute Riesenfeld's contributions to film scoring, featuring his original score for "The Ten Commandments" from 1928? :twisted:

wow, good research Ron. I guess this is the legendary soundtrack (that is, the 1956 version).


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 9:40 pm 
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Imagining the wealth of possible material.
Perhaps Bernstein rerecorded some or all of Reisenfeld's 1923 score before it was decided that a completely new score would be more appropriate for the TEN COMMANDMENTS remake.

5CD set?
59.99

If it is just Elmer Bernstein's score.
I'd think it would be 4CDs:
3 CDs containing the complete score + outtakes & alternates
& the rerecorded album as the final disc.

Similar to Intrada's definitive release of THE GREAT ESCAPE

Extra edit made after Roger's photo post of lavish 6CD set:
3CDs set of complete film score recordings (including alternates etc)
plus all three rerecordings originally released by:
United Artists Records, Paramount Records & London Records


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
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DeviantMan wrote:
Imagining the wealth of possible material.
Perhaps Bernstein rerecorded some or all of Reisenfeld's 1923 score before it was decided that a completely new score would be more appropriate for the TEN COMMANDMENTS remake.

5CD set?
59.99

If it is just Elmer Bernstein's score.
I'd think it would be 4CDs:
3 CDs containing the complete score + outtakes & alternates
& the rerecorded album as the final disc.

Similar to Intrada's definitive release of THE GREAT ESCAPE




My guess is it's a 4 CD set. Whatever, save a copy for me! :)


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2016 12:28 pm 
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6 CDs.


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
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Roger Feigelson wrote:
6 CDs.




Wow! Thanks for the GREAT news Roger! :D


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
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Roger Feigelson wrote:
6 CDs.


Nice! Can't wait to see pictures of this set! Almost hate to have the weekend fly by just to get to Monday evening to place my order.


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
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I had been willing to dive into the tide of guesses for THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, because I too have been waiting for that. But at six discs I doubt it; unless it would mean maybe the entire score spread across three CDs in mono (if it's that long), two discs for surviving stereo cues plus unused/alternates, and one more for the LP set which fits on one CD. Or -- perhaps one disc each for the mono & stereo albums, since it might be that the album tracks were recorded again for the later stereo release ...

Heck, maybe it will be Elmer's COMMANDMENTS. We'll all find out Monday.


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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
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Pardon the intrusion of a lurker (thought I had registered way back), but I can hardly contain my excitement.

If all this is true, then my sixty-year obsession will have come full circle. I first saw the picture in its roadshow run in Dallas (reserved seats, no less) and was immediately and hopelessly hooked by all the aesthetic elements, but particularly by the musical score. Somehow I managed to pre-order the OST recording (not a usual course of action back then) and when a postcard from the music store announced that it had arrived I was completely beside myself. In those days they let you sample records in a booth. My indelible memory of that moment is the huge grin that spread from ear to ear when I heard that first tympani roll. Over the next few years I would dream intermittently of discovering new tracks not on the OST and decades later, when bootlegs began to appear, I collected every scrap available. So sixty years later I am once again completely beside myself (if it's all true, that is). Thank you, Intrada. And thank you for all the other fine releases, particularly Chinatown. YYEEESSSS!!

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 Post subject: Re: Aug 23rd
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Steven Lloyd wrote:
I had been willing to dive into the tide of guesses for THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, because I too have been waiting for that. But at six discs I doubt it; unless it would mean maybe the entire score spread across three CDs in mono (if it's that long), two discs for surviving stereo cues plus unused/alternates, and one more for the LP set which fits on one CD. Or -- perhaps one disc each for the mono & stereo albums, since it might be that the album tracks were recorded again for the later stereo release ...

Heck, maybe it will be Elmer's COMMANDMENTS. We'll all find out Monday.





Don't forget Elmer recorded one LP in stereo about 1966 for United Artists Records too!

The first Dot 2 LP set says mono. The second Dot 2 LP set says it's newly recorded for Dot in stereo.


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