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Name: DISQUES CINEMUSIQUE
Number: DCM117

No. Tracks: 13
THE MUSIC OF GEORGES DELERUE FOR THE FILMS OF JACK CLAYTON (CD)
Composed by: Georges Delerue

Sample Tracks
Name Number
THE PUMPKIN EATER - Main Title 01
THE PUMPKIN EATER - Pillow Talk 02
OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE - Main Title 04
THE LONELY PASSION OF JUDITH HEARNE - Partners Down the Line 10
THE LONELY PASSION OF JUDITH HEARNE - Judith and Maddern 11
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Newly reissued rerecording of Georges Delerue film music arranged by Robert Lafond, devoted the British director Jack Clayton (1921-1995). The program collects the best excerpts from five movie scores produced between 1964 and 1992 : THE PUMPKIN EATER, OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE, SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES, THE LONELY PASSION OF JUDITH HEARNE and MEMENTO MORI. It's a world premiere on disc for half of this music. For this project, five instrumentalists and a soprano soloist join keyboardist, guitarist and programmer Robert Lafond.

The 20-page booklet includes numerous stills from the movies.

THE PUMPKIN EATER
1. Main Title 2:12
2. Pillow Talk 2:04
3. Alone 3:04

OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE
4. Main Title 3:47

SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES
5. Suite 4:53
6. The Wicked Choir 2:39
7. Merry Go Round 2:49
8. The Magic Flute 3:27

THE LONELY PASSION OF JUDITH HEARNE
9. Young and Mature Judith 5:34
10. Partners Down the Line 2:32
11.Judith and Maddern 4:57
12. Finale 4:31

MEMENTO MORI
13. Main Title 3:38

THE PUMPKIN EATER - Anne Bancroft stars as a restless, twice-married British woman with six children, whose third husband is a fledgling screenwriter (Peter Finch). When success spins Finch's head around, he begins to dally with women other than his wife. Meanwhile, Bancroft is forced to stay home and play "domestic goddess", a role for which she is utterly unsuited. After suffering a nervous breakdown, Bancroft wanders the streets of London in a vain search for a sympathetic ear. She eventually comes to grips with the situation at hand - but as in most of playwright Harold Pinter's works, the characters of "The Pumpkin Eater" are just as unfulfilled in the last scene as they were in the first. Anne Bancroft won a Cannes Film Festival award for her performance in this film. 1964

OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE - Dirk Bogarde is a no-good rotter who returns to his family after several years' absence. Only his seven children are present to greet Bogarde as he enters his shabby London home, and they're somewhat vague as to the whereabouts of the mother. What Bogarde doesn't know is that his wife had died some time ago. The kids (including future stars Pamela Franklin and Mark Lester) decided amongst themselves that they didn't want to be broken up and sent to orphanages; thus, they secretly buried their mother and went on about their business, pretending that mom was still alive. Money-hungry Bogarde threatens this cozy set-up, leaving the children little recourse but to prepare a second grave. "Our Mother's House" was based on a novel by Julian Gloag; one of the screenwriters was Haya Harareet, who eight years earlier had been Charlton Heston's leading lady in Ben-Hur. 1967

SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES - After a carnival comes to Green Town, the good citizens are compelled to follow their deepest desires, caught under the spell of the malevolent Dr. Dark (Jonathan Pryce) who can grant those desires on one condition: that the grantees will forever join his freak show. Dr. Dark is after two young boys from the town in particular, while others in the town would certainly be easy marks. The sour-faced, older schoolteacher (Mary Grace Canfield) wants to be a seductive young woman, Ed the bartender (James Stacy) would like to regain his lost left arm and leg, and the librarian (Jason Robards) worries about a wasted life spent only in books. As Dr. Dark works his own brand of voodoo, the citizens and the two boys - as well as the whole carnival itself - approach a final reckoning. "Something Wicked This Way Comes" was based on a Ray Bradbury novel. 1987

THE LONELY PASSION OF JUDITH HEARNE - Judith Hearne (Maggie Smith) is a middle-aged "maiden lady" piano teacher living in 1950s Dublin. Timid and self-deprecating, Judith permits herself to yearn over her new boarding-house neighbor, hotel entrepreneur Bob Hoskins. Hoskins thinks that Judith has enough money to bankroll his latest scheme, so he decides to return her affections. Judith, blind to Hoskin's duplicity, convinces herself that she's finally found true love. The shattering of her illusions drives Judith to drink - and, unexpectedly, to a more fulfilling new life. Based on the novel by Brian Moore, The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne is typical of the "muted emotion" ouevre of director Jack Clayton. 1987

MEMENTO MORI - Based on a novel by Muriel Spark (The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie), the British TV drama "Memento Mori" boasts an impressive cast of veterans, including Maurice Denham, Cyril Cusack, Sir Michael Hordern, Renee Ashershon, and Maggie Smith. The story concerns an eccentric group of senior citizens who are being plagued by a cryptic phone caller. The mystery man (or woman) says only "Remember, you must die!" before hanging up. For a while, it seems as though the domineering Ms. Smith is the instigator of the crank calls, but don't be too sure. "Memento Mori" premiered in the US as a two-part installment of Masterpiece Theatre, telecast October 25 and November 1, 1992.

  
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