VIDEO/AUDIO

 

MEET THE COMPOSER

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

THE SILENT YEARS:
THREE RHAPSODIES FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA
Michael Chertock, piano
and the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra (Ireland)
Paul Phillips, conductor

 

Can be performed with film. Perfect for your next Film Night.
 
Michael Chertock       Paul Phillips
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

MUSIC FOR GREAT FILMS OF THE SILENT ERA, VOL. 2
SILENT FILM HEROINES
Wallis Giunta, Mezzo-Soprano
RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra (Ireland)
Paul Phillips, conductor

 
 
 

    Lillian Gish

 

    Mary Pickford

     

    Greta Garbo

 

    Gloria Swanson

     

    Vilma Banky

 

    Betty Bronson

     

    Pearl White

 

    Janet Gaynor

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

William Perry Trumpet Concerto, Armando Ghitalla, Trumpet

 
 

Two Dance Pieces for Trumpet and Orchestra:
I. Mediterranean (Bolero)

Two Dance Pieces for Trumpet and Orchestra:
II. Imperial Waltzes

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Summer Nocturne - Timothy Hutchins, flute

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Jamestown Concerto, for cello and orchestra - Yehuda Hanani, cello

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Gemini Concerto - Ambra Albek, violin and viola, Fiona Albek, piano

 

 

I. Introduction and Travel Music

 
     

II. Dublin:
Celtic Air and Runaway Reel

 
     

III. Berlin:
Cabaret March and Berliner Lied

 
     

IV. Moscow:
Twilight Troika and Romance

 
     

V. Vienna: Polytonal Polka
and Wiener Wein Waltz

 
     

VI. New York:
Broadway Ballet and Finale

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Six Title Themes in Search of a Movie

I. DANCE OVERTURE
from the film "Wild Nights in Toronto"

 

II. WALTZ
from the film "The Raincoats of Dijon"

 

III. SERENADE
from the film "Angelus for an Angel"

The Roaring Twenties: gun-molls and gangsters, Roxy Hart and Al Capone, rum-running ra-ras and the wild and crazy city that was … Toronto!

 

The touching story of a pretty little French railway ticket agent who loved above her station.

 

It's about a church in Italy and of an angel who comes to earth whenever the steeple bells ring out a call for help. But even for an angel, answering those bells can sometimes take its toll.

   
         

IV. MARCH
from the film "The Bridge on the River Platte"

 

V. NOCTURNE
from the film "The Black Marigold"

 

VI. SIRIUS FINALE
from the film "Voyage to the Dog Star"

A World War II epic depicting the heroic efforts of the Army Corps of Engineers to build a bridge that would link two parts of Nebraska.

 

Sam Shovel comes out of retirement to tackle a difficult case. But the real mystery is whether a 95 year old private eye can still cut the mustard in his Gulden Years.

 

A space mission is launched from Labrador to retrieve information about the Dog Star. This may be the most important expedition since Darwin's Beagle.

   
         
 
 
 
 
 
 

Brass from the Past - Nick Byrne, ophicleide

 

I. Blue Ophicleide

 

II. Military Ophicleide

 
     

III. Pastoral Ophicleide

 

IV. Latin Ophicleide

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Hearts of the World
Wallis Giunta, Mezzo-Soprano, John Brancy, Baritone

 
 
 
 
 
 

Russian Dance: From Moscow to New York

 

Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes

Toshiyuki Shimada, Conductor