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The Fury Epilogue


I am typing thousands of CD listings...no time to write anything meaningful today!


Here is, courtesy Chris Siddall Music, the Epilogue to John Williams’ The Fury:

Only strings!

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Maurizio Caschetto
Maurizio Caschetto
Sep 04, 2023

This would be marvelous to hear live, it would fit perfectly in a programme featuring other great string-only pieces like the Tallis Fantasia by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Barber's Adagio. Interesting to note that JW wrote an Essay for strings in 1965 after Previn urged him to write a concert piece. There are some similarities between the two pieces.

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Popa Razzie71
Popa Razzie71
Sep 02, 2023

Agree such a stunner of music it was usually Jerry Goldsmith doing this type of film

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Randy Wilson
Randy Wilson
Sep 02, 2023
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Or Herrmannn

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excession30
excession30
Sep 02, 2023

The legacy of Kirk Douglas was really trashed with what came out about him and his abuse of Natalie Wood. Just a hideous person.

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Lukas Kendall
Lukas Kendall
Sep 06, 2023
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Guys, please knock it off. Thanks.

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caul harry
caul harry
Sep 02, 2023

JW really channeling Benny on this work. I have to either marvel or call bs this album was knocked out during free overtime with the LSO after the Superman sessions, and this album only piece was jotted one evening while he was at the hotel!

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Maurizio Caschetto
Maurizio Caschetto
Sep 04, 2023
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Some "print the legend" stuff for sure. John Williams came to London in February 1978 to record album dates for The Fury soundtrack album and then conducting the UK premiere of his Star Wars symphonic suite at the Royal Albert Hall, so any rewriting he did specifically for the album was certainly done in LA. Scoring for Superman would only have started on July 1978.

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Randy Wilson
Randy Wilson
Sep 02, 2023

How I wish JW had gone further in this direction over the years, but hey at least we have The Fury.

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