|Title:||Desire Under the Elms|
|Category:||Radio & TV|
|1||Love Scene ( Alternate )|
|2||Six Weeks / The Rock / New Wife / Californin Bound|
|3||Ephraims Dance / Father And Child|
|4||Reconciliation / Finale|
|5||Dead Baby / Confession|
|7||Love Scene / In The Barn / Ephraim Returns|
|8||Around The House / Dark Room / New Drapes / Suspicions|
|9||Snow / New Baby / Father And Son / Ebens Fears|
Long considered one of Elmer Bernsteins greatest scores.
This is the first release of the complete soundtrack.
Also included is an alternateending for the love scene, this was used for the original soundtrack album andhas a shorter ending and different orchestration. (From Soundtrack Library cd presentation)
Desire Under the Elms is a 1958 American film version of the 1924 play Desire Under the Elms written by Eugene O'Neill. The film was directed by Delbert Mann from a screenplay by O'Neill and Irwin Shaw. The cast included Sophia Loren as Abbie (known as Anna in the film), Anthony Perkins as Eben, Burl Ives as Ephraim, Frank Overton as Simeon and Pernell Roberts as Peter. (Wikipedia)
Desire Under The Elms - Elmer Bernstein. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Desire Under the Elms - Elmer Bernstein. Desire Under the Elms is a 1924 play written by Eugene O'Neill. Like Mourning Becomes Electra, Desire Under the Elms signifies an attempt by O'Neill to adapt plot elements and themes of Greek tragedy to a rural New England setting. It was inspired by the myth of Phaedra, Hippolytus, and Theseus. A film version was produced in 1958, and there is an operatic setting by Edward Thomas. The following descriptions are taken from the text of the play. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Elmer Bernstein. Desire Under The Elms Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1958. California Gold, 02:28. Confession, 04:21. Now playing . Around the House. Desire Under the Elms. Album 1958 11 Songs. In the Song Lyrics for Elmer Bernstein's Desire Under the Elms album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Elmer Bernstein Composer Elmer Bernstein Conductor Desire Under the Elms Ost Under the Elms is a 1958 American film version of the 1924 play Desire Under the Elms written by Eugene O'Neill. The film was directed by Delbert Mann from a screenplay by O'Neill and Irwin Shaw. The cast included Sophia Loren as Abbie known as Anna in the film, Anthony Perkins as Eben, Burl Ives as Ephraim, Frank Overton as Simeon, and Pernell Roberts as Peter. The film was nominated for Best Black and White Cinematography Daniel L. Fapp at the Academy Awards and Laurel Awards in 1959