Special Collection Volume ISC 166
Film Date: 1982
Treat for Georges Delerue fans! Premiere of beautiful score on CD! Limited to 1000 copies! SOLD OUT!
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Doug's Tech Talk
Treat for Georges Delerue fans! World premiere release of gorgeous Delerue soundtrack for James Toback drama/thriller starring Nastassia Kinski, Rudolf Nureyev, Harvey Keitel. Set in New York, then Paris, Delerue compliments tale with brief but stunningly beautiful score for orchestra featuring his beloved strings, solo flute, piano. Moments of drama appear but highlights are lilting main theme, darker love theme. Swelling treatment for "The End" is top-drawer Delerue! Composer also adapts, conducts Bach "Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G-Major" for key sequence in movie. Intrada includes beautiful performance here. Complete score presented in stereo from 1/2" 3-channel stereo session masters stored in mint condition in MGM vaults. Gorgeous album! Georges Delerue conducts. Intrada Special Collection release limited to 1000 copies!
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01. Main Title (2:19)
02. After Explosion/Carlson Farm House (0:54)
03. Liz & Mom/Liz's Hotel Room (0:42)
04. Restaurant Source (5:08)
05. You're Weird (2:03)
06. Paris (1:58)
07. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto
No. 4 In G Major (7:47)
08. Making Love (2:30)
09. Daniel's Apt. (2:57)
10. Marcel Killed (1:44)
11. The End (4:03)
Tech Talk From The Producer…
Georges Delerue was known for his beautiful scoring.
Gentle melodies, warm harmonies often tinged with sadness… even his dramatic sequences
were often subdued and rarely overwrought or florid. His mastery of the strings and a love of the
flute were unparalleled, and both are on display with his original score for Exposed.
Delerue scored the film sparsely, providing just some 25 minutes of original music for the
100-minute feature. Our CD includes everything he recorded at two scoring sessions held at
MGM on July 27, 1982, including a beautiful excerpt from Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 4
in G Major, adapted and conducted by Delerue for inclusion in reel 5 of the film and recorded
at the end of the second session. While we might normally sequence this piece as an extra track
at the end of the program, we felt its beauty and appropriate instrumental coloring were perfect
compliments to the score—precisely where Delerue originally intended the excerpt to be.
The original ½” 15 i.p.s. three-channel stereo session masters were preserved in mint
condition in the vaults at MGM and have been digitally folded into two-track stereo for this CD.
Enjoy now the subtly dramatic, slightly saddened, gently beautiful and ultimately warm
music that Georges Delereue composed and conducted for Exposed.
Composed and Conducted by Georges Delerue.
Recorded on July 27, 1982, at MGM Studios Scoring Stage, Culver City, California.
This soundtrack was produced in cooperation with the
American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada.
Alan De Veritch
Ann Mason Stockton
Vincent De Rosa