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Cleopatra 
2014

A river by Loch Leven
#loch #scotland #water #mirror #sky #air

Avalanche Records
2013
#soul #music #vacant #shop #store #records #edinburgh #room #closingdown #empty #space #utopia #cd #poster

Avalanche Records
2013
#soul #music #vacant #shop #store #records #edinburgh #room #closingdown #empty #space #utopia #cd #poster

The Royal Palace of Madrid
Madrid, Spain

The Palace of Versailles
Versailles, France

The Palace of Caserta
Italy 

The Schleissheim Palance
near Munich, Bavaria, Germany

theartofmoviestills
Russian Ark
 2002
Directed by Aleksandr Sokurov

oldhollywood:

Anton Karas - The Harry Lime Theme (aka The Third Man Theme) (via Third Man & Other Original Recordings)

Originally published in TIME Magazine, Nov. 28th, 1949:

"For most of British history, Englishmen have been able to take zither music—or leave it to the Tyrolese. Last week, nonetheless, the humble, lap-sized stringed instrument was the musical rage of London.

Big reason for the zither dither: the catchy, twangy background music that British Cinema Director Carol Reed had worked into his new smash hit, The Third Man. The picture demanded music appropriate to post-World War II Vienna, but Director Reed had made up his mind to avoid schmalzy, heavily orchestrated waltzes. In Vienna one night Reed listened to a wine-garden zitherist named Anton Karas, was fascinated by the jangling melancholy of his music.

Later Reed summoned thick-spectacled, 43-year-old Anton Karas to London, kept him plucking away at his tunes for six weeks while Reed recorded a sound track. When the film was released two months ago in England, Karas’ music caused as much of a furor as Reed’s directing, Graham Greene’s lickety-split script, or the acting of the all-star cast [The Harry Lime Theme was released as a single and became a best-seller— within two months of its release, over 300,000 records had sold and Karas had become an international star]”

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cinephilearchive:

Happy 85th Ennio Morricone!
Here’s a great BBC documentary exploring the life and work of the brilliant Italian composer. Part 1 looks at his early years. Part 2 looks at Morricone’s collaboration with Sergio Leone. Part 3 features Morricone recording in Rome, and looks at his work on The Battle of Algiers (1965) and 1900 (1976). Includes interviews with Morricone, Gillo Pontecorvo and Bernardo Bertolucci. Part 4 looks at Morricone’s ’80s work on Casualties of War and The Mission, with interviews with Morricone, Brian De Palma and David Puttnam. This documentary was first shown on BBC2 in 1995 and was directed by David Thompson.

Ennio Morricone ‎— Once Upon A Time In America (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).

Ennio Morricone ‎— Once Upon A Time In America by LaFamiliaFilm on Grooveshark