Just love the Oscar Levant score...lushly romantic without being cloying.share
Absolutely, The epitome of 30s elegance.
I would imagine that Oscar supplied the piano score, and Louis Forbes and his team transformed it into the full-blown orchestral score.
Selznick, ever practical, utilized already-purchased stock music cues by Alfred Newman and Max Steiner. Wonder which ones are theirs?
was gonna give it a try to see march
but yeah when i saw 'music score by oscar levant' i was majorly 'in'
I would love to see someone make a concerto out of Oscar Levant's Nothing Sacred theme……. Paging Joel McNeeley!share
There was a short brass fanfare during the nightclub scene that was used in both versions of "The Prisoner of Zenda". The first of these was released the same year as "Nothing Sacred", 1937. The music was composed by Alfred Newman.share