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Take a musical journey through the greatest film scores from the 1930s to the 1950s, including iconic movie soundtracks such as Paul Dukas's Fantasia, and Max Steiner's Gone with the Wind.
Sergei Eisenstein’s 1938 film Alexander Nevsky was the third film that Prokofiev had worked on. The film became a labour of love for the composer – not only did he immerse himself in to both the composing and the recording of the score, experimenting with microphones in the studio, but he also went on to rearrange the music in the form of a cantata for mezzo-soprano, chorus, and orchestra.
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