Gone With The Wind - Roger Eggermonts Trio - Jazz On 64 buttons (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Gone With the Wind, an Album by Max Steiner. Released in on RCA Victor (catalog no. LPM ; Vinyl 10"). Genres: Film Score, Cinematic Classical, Romanticism. Reply
  2. Gone With The Wind Suite - Part 1 () Gone With The Wind - Tara - Invitation to the dance - Melanie's Theme - Ashley - The prayer - Bonnie Ble Flag - Scarlett O'Hara: 2. Gone With The Wind Suite - Part 2 () Scarlett's agony - War - Return to Tara - Rhett Butler - Bonnie's Theme - Ashley and Melanie - The oath: 3. Main Title () 4. Reply
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    Live Recording Location: San Antonio, Landing Jazz Club. Start Time: Guests: (saxophone). Reply
  4. Gone with the Wind may refer to. Gone with the Wind, a novel by Margaret Mitchell; Gone with the Wind, adaptation of the novel; Gone with the Wind, musical based on the novel; Scarlett, retitled Gone with the Wind for the London production; Music. Gone with the Wind, a jazz album released by The Dave Brubeck Quartet in "Gone with the Wind" (song), popular song by. Reply
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  6. The soundtrack to Gone With the Wind has appeared in numerous forms since its first release on LP in the s. The CBS/Sony reissue was the second attempt to expand its content significantly, adding some incidental music and refining the sound that appeared on . Reply
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  8. The score for Gone With the Wind, by Max Steiner ( - ), is one of the greatest and best-known of all film music and is the highest and most immediate representation of music of Hollywood's pre-World War II Golden Age.. David O. Selznick was halfway through shooting the immense Southern epic when, in March , he sent a memo to the general manager of his studios that it was time to. Reply

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