10G Actors, Performances and Recordings -- Music (12)

1. "Isolated scores or music & effects tracks on laserdisc." Films in Review 47, no. 3/4 (1996): 22.

Lists scores or music and effects tracks on films on laserdisc. Includes entry for The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, Miklos Rozsa.

2. "Overview: Film music. (Cover story)." American Record Guide 61, no. 2 (1998): 51.

Presents several composers who wrote music for various films. Mentions the film Young Sherlock Holmes under the note for composer Bruce Broughton. "...It is worth viewing Baby's Day Out and Young Sherlock Holmes just to hear Broughton's ravishing music and ponder why they cannot be had on disc."

3. Ballinger, Jim, and Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. Singalong with Sherlock Holmes. Toronto, Ont: Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. Distributed by Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1995.

LC Control Number: cn 94930877.;

4. Buckinx, Boudewijn. Sherlock Holmes--etudes violino solo. Pescara, New York: Chiola Music, 1995.

Contents: The adventure of the little finger -- Index -- Miss Sutherland's love -- Wessex Cup -- Julia & Helene -- The dancing men -- Lady Eva -- The five orange pips -- Cooee! -- Shoscombe Old Place -- The solitary cyclist -- Tapanuli fever -- Encyclopaedia Britannica -- X-mas -- Copper beeches -- Catalepsy -- Arthur! -- A swamp adder -- The crooked man -- Anthropological journal -- Castlotte -- The empty house -- Garrideb -- His last bow;

5. Caps, John. "Soundtracks 101." Film Comment 39, no. 6 (2003): 31.

Features several motion picture scores from 1933 to 2001, including "The Seven-Per-Cent Solution."

6. Davey, Peter. "Back in the picture." Strad 110, no. 1315 (1999): 1188.

Offers a look at musical concertos for motion pictures in the United States. Overview of composers for American films with a focus on Miklos Rozsa. Includes a reference to Holmes and a photo of Wilder and Rozsa. "...When Hollywood director Billy Wilder first heard Rozsa's composition, he liked it so much he decided to construct a film around it. The result was The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970). The composer remodelled his concerto to the needs of the film. The first movement pointed up the introspective character of the cocaine-addicted, violin-playing detective; the beautiful slow movement proved ideal for highlighting the relationship between Holmes and the spy Gabrielle; and the tense, dynamic third movement set the mood as the film moved towards its dramatic Loch Ness climax. Never short of inspiration, Rozsa then added a march - 'Elgarian' in spirit - to accompany the arrival of Queen Victoria at Balmoral. Finally, as if to put his personal stamp on it all, he makes an appearance in the film, conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance of Swan Lake."

7. Grainger, Percy, Stephen Varcoe, and Penelope Thwaites. Songs for baritone. Colchester, Essex, England: Chandos Records, 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound disc (65 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. The Grainger edition ; v. 2. Songs. Piano acc.; several works also set in other versions. Compact disc. Biographical and program notes by Barry Peter Ould, with French and German translations, and vocal texts (39 p. : ports.) inserted in container. Participants: Stephen Varcoe, baritone ; Penelope Thwaites, piano. Recorded Apr. 22-23, 1996, Snape Maltings Concert Hall.;

8. Hromek, Michal. Five Bells. Bonton: Sony Music / Bonton, 1999. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. The guitar udsed by Michal Hromek on this recording was built by Robert Schneider. Participants: Michal Hromek, guitar (2-14) ; Hana Müllerová- Jouzová, harp (2-5, 10, 11, 13, 14) ; Jirí Zelba, oboe (1-5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14), english horn (3) ; Jakub Klár, flute (2-5, 10-14) ; René Vácha, viola (1-5, 10-14) ; Michael Verner, bassoon (1-5, 10, 11, 13, 14) ; Daniel Mikolásek, percussion (1, 2, 4, 5, 10-14), bells (1-5), harpsichord (7) ; Filip Dvorák, spinet (7, 8). Strings in ADAGIO & ALLEGRO (7, 8): violin- Jan jouza, Václav Prudil, Jindrich Vacha; viola- René Vácha, Ivan Pazour; cello- Jakub Dvorák; double bass- Jaromír Cerník; special guest in preamble (1): Mario Mesány- flute. Michal Hromek.; At The Five Bells (a suite) for guitar, harp, flute, oboe, viola, bassoon, bells and percussion: preamble (3:22) -- five bells (4:22) -- ground (2:53) -- a scandal in bohemia (to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Bedrich Smetana) (3:28) -- double obstinacy (4:30) -- Anticipation (A Fantasy on an Irish Ballad) for guitar solo (4:30) -- Adagio & Allegro for guitar, oboe, spinet and strings Adagio (6:03) -- Allegro (to Antonio Vivaldi) (2:23) -- Anticipation Echoed for guitar solo (1:24) -- Westward Bound (a suite of european folk tunes) for guitar, harp, flute, oboe, viola, bassoon and percussion starting in moravia ... (3:00) -- ... switly across germany ... (1:34) -- to scotland, england ... (to Steeleye Span) (5:23) -- ... and to ireland as well (3:09).

9. Kean, Michael H., Buzz Rainer, Chuck Winge, and Diogenes Club of the Monterey Peninsula. In tune with the Diogenes Club the lyrics of Buzz Rainer and Chuck Winge, (The Pondicherry Press monograph series). Pebble Beach, Calif: The Pondicherry Press, 1994.

Lyrics from songs performed on three Ladies Nights of the Diogenes Club of the Monterey Peninsula

10. Koob, Lindsay. "Choral & Organ Music." American Record Guide 70, no. 5 (2007): 103-103.

The article reviews the music release "Choral & Organ Music," composed by Patrick Gowers. Includes a passing reference to Holmes. "...High points among the choral works (most with organ) are 'Libera Me II', a profound and mournful piece (heard in a different version in the previous album) that was originally written for the Sherlock Holmes TV series. Gowers's four-piece Advent Sequence contains some memorable moments, especially in the slowly unfolding opening item, 'Ad te Levavi'. The mysterious fourth piece, 'Memento Nostri', is also something special...."

11. Preisner, Zbigniew, Jacek Kasprzyk, and Zdzislaw Szostak. Fairy Tale. a true story : music from the motion picture. New York: Icon/Atlantic Records, 1997. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. Performed by Sinfonia Varsovia ; Jacek Kaspszyk, Zdzislaw Szostak, conductors ; Anna Sikorzak-Olek, harp ; Janusz Strobel, guitar. Recorded at Studio Polskiego Radia S2/S4, Warsaw. music by Zbigniew Preisner.;

12. Shiffman, Stu. "Review--The Hound of the Baskervilles by Clive Nolan and Oliver Wakeman." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 4 (2002): 29-31.

10H Actors, Performances and Recordings -- Musicals (7)

1. "Mysteries Reveal Message of Christmas; [Fourth Edition]." The Oregonian (Portland, OR), December 15, 1994: 06.

Something mysterious is going on in Bethlehem, and Sirlock and Watstein get to the bottom of it in "The Inn Kaper," a Christmas musical by St. Stephen Lutheran Church in Gladstone.; The musical will follow the indefatigable detective, Sirlock, and his trusty assistant, Watstein, as they uncover the meaning of Christmas, said Troy Lutz, youth director of the play. The characters are based on the Sherlock Holmes stories and placed in biblical times, he said.

2. "A song up his sleeve." American Theatre 14, no. 10 (1997): 57.

Announces the Goodspeed Opera House's staging of 'Houdini, the Musical,' by the team of James Racheff and William Scott Duffield, through December 14, 1997 in Connecticut. Background on the story of Harry Houdini.

3. Cardwell, James Moss. Mrs. Hudson?-- Mrs. Hudson!! a conceptual narrative treatment of an original musical. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

4. Grudeff, Marian, Raymond Jessel, Jerome Coopersmith, Fritz Weaver, Peter Sallis, Inga Swenson, Martin Gabel, Arthur Conan Doyle, Richard Burton, and Richard Hayman. Baker Street a musical adventure of Sherlock Holmes. London: Decca Broadway, 2006. Sound Recording (CD) 1 sound disc.

digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Musical revues & comedies. Book by Jerome Coopersmith adapted from stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. "A Decca Broadway original cast recording"--Container. Compact disc. 1st work issued originally on LP in May 1965 by MGM (E-7000 OCS); additional selections also previously issued in 1965. Program notes and synopsis ([15] p. : ports.) inserted in container. Participants: In the 1st work: Fritz Weaver, Sherlock Holmes ; Peter Sallis, Doctor Watson ; Inga Swenson, Irene Adler ; Martin Gabel, Professor Moriarty; supporting cast ; orchestra ; Harold Hastings, conductor. 2nd work: Richard Burton, vocals ; Richard Hayman & His Orchestra. 3rd work: Kai Winding & His Orchestra. Recorded Feb. 21, 1965, N.Y. (1st work) and Dec. 2 & 14, 1964 (Remainder). music and lyrics by Marian Grudeff & Raymond Jessel.;

5. Hall, Charles, and Peter Blythe. On Stage: Sherlock Holmes. Edinburgh: the author, 1997.

Scuttlebutt Jan 1998; "A guide to 70 Sherlockian plays and musicals from 1899 to 1993, with synopses and commentary, and it's well done indeed, ranging from the major productions to scripts written for school performances, and from serious dramas to broad farce, offering a splendid look at the wide variety of Sherlockian theater. There are two booklets with a total of 105 pp."

6. Olcott, Nick. Sherlock Holmes and the case of the purloined patience, or, The scandal at the D'Oyly Carte a new Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera. Takoma Park, Maryland: Nick Olcott, 1997.

7. White, Kathryn. "Review--'Sherlock Holmes, The Musical'." The Ritual, no. 11 (1993): 46-48.



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