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 Posted:   Apr 25, 2019 - 10:08 AM   
 By:   Yavar Moradi   (Member)

Since The Artist Who Did Not Want to Paint was a documentary short film, with no sound effects or story dialogue to contend with, I think Jerry was able to write it largely as a concert piece. Yes he had to follow the images still, but he was afforded the opportunity to write a 12+ minute piece with continual flow and development. I really wish it were performed regularly in concert halls, as it completely deserves it.

Yavar

 
 Posted:   Apr 25, 2019 - 11:15 AM   
 By:   WagnerAlmighty   (Member)

Since The Artist Who Did Not Want to Paint was a documentary short film, with no sound effects or story dialogue to contend with, I think Jerry was able to write it largely as a concert piece. Yes he had to follow the images still, but he was afforded the opportunity to write a 12+ minute piece with continual flow and development. I really wish it were performed regularly in concert halls, as it completely deserves it.

Yavar


I so love his use of the Horns in that piece. Even that is worth the price of the rerecording imo (though I adore RC).

 
 Posted:   May 2, 2019 - 6:56 AM   
 By:   Jens   (Member)


Episode 18 - Thriller - The Cheaters
http://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com/159614/1077269-episode-18-thriller-the-cheaters-1960

Phase 2 of the Goldsmith Odyssey Podcast Universe has begun! Jens has relinquished his regular hosting/editing duties (he'll remain involved in a variety of other ways), passing the baton to friend of the show W. David Lichty. David joins Yavar and Clark for an exploration of the Thriller episode "The Cheaters," an anthology show within an anthology show centering around a pair of spectacles imbued with mysterious power. The whole thing is held together by an intelligent, suspenseful Goldsmith score that also makes room for a surprisingly lovely character theme. Your humble hosts explore the way Goldsmith’s thematic ideas work and examine the effectiveness of the episode's approach to horror. Put on your reading* glasses** and join us for the start of a new era!

*listening
**headphones or something? I dunno

Duration
02:07:48

Very Unofficial Cue Titles (descriptions, really):
  • 0:19:45 - 01. (Dirk Van Prinn)
  • 0:25:49 - 02. (Van Prinn’s Test)
  • 0:31:32 - 03. (Intro & Players [includes Rugulo theme])
  • 0:34:39 - 06. (Joe Finds the Glasses & Returns Home)
  • 0:36:37 - 07. (Joe Sees Through)
  • 0:44:13 - 08. (Joe Acts and So Goes Joe)
  • 0:48:03 - 09. (Miriam’s Worries)
  • 0:55:18 - 10. (Miriam’s Excursion pt. 1) - Opening track
  • 0:59:57 - 11. (Miriam’s Excursion pt. 2)
  • 1:02:25 - 12. (Miriam Finds the Glasses & Returns Home)
  • 1:05:43 - 13. (Miriam Sees Through)
  • 1:08:46 - 14. (Miriam Acts)
  • 1:12:53 - 15. (And So Goes Miriam)
  • 1:15:24 - 17. (Source Music for Edward_s Party)
  • 1:18:06 - 19. (Edward Sees Through pt. 2)
  • 1:20:02 - 20. (So Goes Edward)
  • 1:22:36 - 23. (Sebastian Arrives at the House)
  • 1:24:38 - 24. (Sebastian’s Test)
  • 1:26:22 - 25. (So Goes Sebastian, So Go the Cheaters)
  • 1:57:44 - 05. (Joe Arrives at the House) - Closing Cue
  • 1:58:25 - 04. (Title Screen)
  • 2:05:23 - 16. (Now Back to Tonight’s Show!)
  • 2:06:00 - 26. (End Titles [Miriam’s Theme - an edit of Miriam’s Worries]) - Other Closing Cue
  • 2:07:06 - 21. (Sebastian has the Glasses)
  • 2:07:13 - 18. (Edward Sees Through)

    Other Sources:
  • Jerry Goldsmith interviewed by Jon Burlingame for the Archive of American Television Part 3 of 4 (May 8th, 2002) used throughout
  • "The Cheaters" full audio used occasionally
  • 0:15:59 - Rachmaninov Symphony No. 1 Normandy/Philadelphia
  • 0:33:40 - Pete Rugolo’s Thriller Theme
  • 0:43:03 - Night Crossing
  • 0:50:47 - A Patch of Blue
  • 1:01:10 - To Kill a Mockingbird - “The Search for Boo”
  • 1:05:04 - Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - “Transition”
  • 1:16:20 - The Prize - “Craig’s Proposition”

    The Goldsmith Odyssey: All Episodes
    http://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com

    Contact The Goldsmith Odyssey
    mail@goldsmithodyssey.com

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     Posted:   May 3, 2019 - 9:57 AM   
     By:   (Member)   (Member)


    Episode 18 - Thriller - The Cheaters
    http://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com/159614/1077269-episode-18-thriller-the-cheaters-1960




    It was a good show. I really liked the score and the comparative method was spot-on.
    I look forward to listening to the two Twilight Zone scores ("Dust" and "Back There") later in May.
    "Back There" is a landmark television score.
    Keep up the good work!

     
     Posted:   May 3, 2019 - 2:07 PM   
     By:   Yavar Moradi   (Member)

    Thanks -- I'm glad you enjoyed this one! We actually recorded our third Twilight Zone podcast about a month ago; it only awaits editing. Can't wait for you to hear it, too -- I think it's safe for me to announce at this point that we had a special guest join us there, the wonderful film music journalist Tim Grieving (who wrote the liner notes for Intrada's The Trouble With Angels, and recently moderated a panel at Rudy in Concert in LA) -- https://timgreiving.com/

    Yavar

     
     
     Posted:   May 4, 2019 - 12:10 AM   
     By:   (Member)   (Member)

    Thanks -- I'm glad you enjoyed this one! We actually recorded our third Twilight Zone podcast about a month ago; it only awaits editing. Can't wait for you to hear it, too -- I think it's safe for me to announce at this point that we had a special guest join us there, the wonderful film music journalist Tim Grieving (who wrote the liner notes for Intrada's The Trouble With Angels, and recently moderated a panel at Rudy in Concert in LA) -- https://timgreiving.com/

    Yavar



    I'm already enthusiastic about it. I'm sure I'm going to like it.
    Those Sixties shows done by Goldsmith were fabulous, especially the CBS ones.
    I'm also impatient to discover your take on the Rawhide episode: "Incident in the Middle of Nowhere".

     
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