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 Posted:   Aug 22, 2014 - 3:22 AM   
 By:   (Member)   (Member)


Another Peckinpah-Fielding collaboration is there, the recordings for Junior Bonner. Also the cue titles can be seen in the list.





¶ From the Brigham Young University

¶ There are 26 cues for Jerry Fielding's Junior Bonner, by the way.

106 5 Junior Bonner, manila folders containing instrumental parts, original and photocopy, 12x9 inch, to the following cues:

1. M11.
2. M12.
3. M12X.
4. M13A/21A.
5. M32.
6. M33.
7. M34.
8. M41.
9. M42.
10. M43.
11. M73.
12. M73A.
13. M74.
14. M74A.
15. M74B.
16. M75/81.
17. M82.
18. M84.
19. M85.
20. M91.
21. M92.
22. M93.
23. M94.
24. M101A.
25. M102.
26. M102A.

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 22, 2014 - 3:45 AM   
 By:   Smitty   (Member)

I hope that Intrada eventually gets to releasing some of Fielding's McMillan & Wife scores. Universal should have tapes for those, but it's good to see that the BYU archives could provide a decent backup solution.

 
 Posted:   Aug 22, 2014 - 6:17 AM   
 By:   chriss   (Member)

Another Peckinpah-Fielding collaboration is there, the recordings for Junior Bonner. Also the cue titles can be seen in the list.

¶ From the Brigham Young University

¶ There are 26 cues for Jerry Fielding's Junior Bonner, by the way.

106 5 Junior Bonner, manila folders containing instrumental parts, original and photocopy, 12x9 inch, to the following cues


There are also cue titles for Junior Bonner. I suppose the arrangement of the main title song "Arizona Morning" is by Fielding, it has his string writing (especially at 1:14 in the YouTube clip). The most beautiful cue in the list below has the title "Stair Scene".



Jr. Bonner "Origs scores + sketches" on large brown folder.

Original scores and sketches on 14x17 sheets:

1. I-M-I "Main Title Part I, 5 pp.
2. I-M-2 "Bound to Be Back Again," 7 pp.
3. I-M-2X "Ariz. Morn.," 5 pp.
4. 4-M-1 "Elvira's Kitchen Part Two," 4 pp.
5. 4-M-2 "Reata Rancheros - Jingle," 2 pp.
6. 4-M-3 "After Dinner-On the Porch, 7 pp.
7. 5-M-2 "Stars and Stripes," 2 pp.
8. 5M2B (Drums Only)/5M2B1 (Drums & Bugles), 3 pp.
9. 5-M-2S "Stars and Stripes Sweetener," 1 p.
10. 6M1B "Air Corps," 1 p.
11. 7-M-1 "Thunderer"/7-M-2 "Star Spangled Banner," 1 p.
12. 7-M-3 "1st Bronc," 3 pp.
13. 7-M-3-A "Junior's Bronco," 2 pp.
14. 7-M-4 "Steer Wrestling," 5 pp.
15. 7-M-4B "Terwilliger's Steer," 1 p.
16. 7-M-4A "Junior's Steer," 3 pp.
17. 7-5/8-1 "Wild Cow Milkin," 6 pp.
18. 8-M-2 "Jukebox Source," 4 pp.
19. 8=M-4 "Seven Rings of Silver," 6 pp.
20. 9-M-4 "Palace Bar Juke Source to Stair Scene," 7 pp.
21. 10-M-1A "Jr's Bull," 2 pp.
22. 10-M-1A "Jr's Bull," 2 pp.
23. 10-M-2 "Finale," 3 pp.
24. 10-M-2A "Rodeo," 1 p.
25. 10-M-2A "Rodeo Man," 4 pp.
26. 10-M-2/10-M-2A, 3 pp.

Original scores and sketches on 15 1/2x11 sheets:

27. I-M-I "Main Title Part I," 16 pp.
28. I-M-2 "Bound to Be Back Again," 24 pp.
29. I-M-2X "Arizona Morning," 19 pp.
30. I-M-3A/2-M-1A "Steer Jazz," 3 pp.
31. 3-M-2 "Rodeo Man," 11 pp.
32. 3M3 (also 1M3/2M1) "Homer's Tune," 9 pp.
33. 3-M-4 "Elvira's Kitchen," on 14x11 sheets, 8 pp.
34. 4-M-1 "Elvira's Kitchen Part Two," 12 pp.
35. 4-M-3 "After Dinner-On the Porch," 22 pp.
36. 7-M-3 "1st Bronc," 13 pp.
37. 7-M-3A "Junior's Bronco," 5 pp.
38. 7-M-4 "Steer Wrestling," 16 pp.
39. 7-M-4A "Junior's Steer," 12 pp.
40. 7-M-4B "Terwilliger's Steer," 4 pp.
41. 7-5/8-1 "Wild Cow Milkin'," 22 pp.
42. 8-M-5 "Rodeo Man," on 14x11 sheets, 13 pp.
43. 9-M-1 "Day I Started Loving You Again," on 14x11 sheets, 4 pp.
44. 9-M-2 "Palace Source," on 14x11 sheets, 11 pp.
45. 9-M-3 "Star Spangled Banner," 4 pp.
46. 9-M-4 "Palace Juke Source to Stair Scene," 25 pp.

 
 Posted:   Sep 25, 2014 - 10:59 AM   
 By:   chriss   (Member)

http://www.dvdtalk.com/dvdsavant/s4597noon.html

The first review for the Killer Elite/Noon Wine blu-ray. Only little mention of Fielding.

 
 
 Posted:   Oct 17, 2014 - 8:23 AM   
 By:   (Member)   (Member)

¶ It's all very quiet on the Fielding Front.


ABOUT NOON WINE
It's a minor mild pastoral Americana score that integrates many 'discreet' punctuations and devises used in later scores of the composer. You find a bucolic use of harmonica in the main titles opening along with the piano conclusion/coda. The stranger character plays sad tunes with his harmonica just like the melancholic mood in The Wild Bunch. I call this score the sad side of the future Wild Bunch and the first season of Mannix—anyway, the full Desilu sound is present. A piano punctuation is heard later on Mannix, Hawkins, The Bionic Woman pilot.

¶ Scenes with music to double-check:
The opening titles*
The many farm labors of the stranger*
The farm labors of the two kids
The kid goes apologizing to the stranger
The stranger keeps on the hard labor at the farm*
The murder of the lawman with an axe
The running away of the stranger* (timpani, organ, harmonica, brass)
The exit of the courthouse of the Thompson's family
The traveling to the neighbors of the Thompson's*
The difficult and guilty sleep of Mr. Thompson* (snare drum and else)
The departure of Mr. Thompson from his wife's bedroom
The end titles

* includes dissolves.

¶ The story itself combines elements from The Wild Bunch (the little kids watching grown-ups, the iron mechanic of justice), The Ballad of Cable Hogue (rural Jason Robards) and Straw Dogs (the weird and muted stranger). It plays like a downbeat The Little House on the Prairie.

 
 Posted:   Oct 18, 2014 - 1:44 AM   
 By:   chriss   (Member)

Thanks for the nice report. I just watched Noon Wine for the first time. I'm a little bit surprised that there are not more direct hints to other scores by Fielding in this music. It's of course a wonderful composition. The only chance for a release might be a rerecording.

Noon Wine was a surprise release on blu-ray and is a gem but it is indeed all too quiet on the Fielding front in 2014.

 
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