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To bring this magnificent score to life, Pickwick/33 has called on the musical services of English-born Wally Scott. Born in Leads, Yorkshire, Scott is almost as well-known as a composer of music for films and television, as a conductor of light music.

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gobirds2
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Charles Gerhardt does an excellent job with Max Steiner''s Score
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2015
Charles Gerhardt does an excellent job with Max Steiner''s GONE WITH THE WIND SCORE. I loved this RCA Classic Film Score series. I had them all on LP. This version gave the score new depth and fidelity and it just flowed so well. Charles Gerhardt conducting the National... See more
Charles Gerhardt does an excellent job with Max Steiner''s GONE WITH THE WIND SCORE. I loved this RCA Classic Film Score series. I had them all on LP. This version gave the score new depth and fidelity and it just flowed so well. Charles Gerhardt conducting the National Philharmonic Orchestra here sounds simply brilliant and is never glaring or overstated. It is a very heartfelt recording.
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J. Morel
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Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2014
This seller when Out his way to make sure I got this for a bride, after not been able to mail it he drop in my store in queens in a snow or raining weather can''t remember it was about 5 years ago. always be thank full.
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amber
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Fantastic Arrangement
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2013
I constantly hum movie music. I''m so happy to have the music playing the background to free up my mind.

The sound quality is phenomenal, you wouldn''t know it''s half a century old.
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Wynona J. Dodd
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2015
It arrived in a timely manner and was exactly what I was looking for.
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Paul Urbahns
4.0 out of 5 stars
Be Careful Amazon is mixing Gone With The Wind reviews
Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2016
Be Careful, this review is for the 1967 performance by The London Symphonia Orchestra conducted by Walter Stott. Amazon has co-mingled reviews for the old mono Max Steiner and the newer Charles Gerhardt version for RCA. This is neither, and honestly stands on it''s own. In... See more
Be Careful, this review is for the 1967 performance by The London Symphonia Orchestra conducted by Walter Stott. Amazon has co-mingled reviews for the old mono Max Steiner and the newer Charles Gerhardt version for RCA. This is neither, and honestly stands on it''s own. In this production (originally issued in the US on Pickwick/Sears labels) appears to be the same concert score arranged by Steiner and recorded in mono on RCA in 1954. The Stott / London Symphonia version was recorded in 3-track stereo at Cine Tele Sound Studios Ltd., London, England on April 8, 1967. It''s available in an inexpensive digital download.
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5.0 out of 5 stars
"Well, we got that out of the way."
Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2010
I remember when the original LP of this recording was issued, smack dab in the middle of RCA''s hit "Classic Film Scores" series. One critic pretty much summed it up (paraphrasing as closely as I can remember): I guess it was inevitable that Gerhardt and company would get... See more
I remember when the original LP of this recording was issued, smack dab in the middle of RCA''s hit "Classic Film Scores" series. One critic pretty much summed it up (paraphrasing as closely as I can remember): I guess it was inevitable that Gerhardt and company would get around to Steiner''s "Gone With The Wind". Well, they did, and its'' a winner. We can be grateful to Mr. Gerhardt, for there is no need to revisit this classic in the future. They have the last word."

That, of course, is true. However, I can''t help but think that if "Gerhardt and company" had made their recording a decade or so later, in the digital age, they would have recorded more music. For that reason, I''m actually rather surprised Stromberg and Morgan, Nic Raine, or any of the others preserving film music with modern new recordings, hasn''t revisited this old warhorse. A complete modern recording of "GWTW", which would surely require more than one disc, would almost certainly make Miss PittyPat''s heart flutter once again.
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Juan Alberto Diaz Wiechers
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great one-movement suite.
Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2003
This is a one-movement high sound-quality suite prepared by Charles Gerhard and George Korngold in the early Seventies, for complete symphonic orchesta. The project had the approval of Max Steiner himself, though he died much before the production took place. Not to be... See more
This is a one-movement high sound-quality suite prepared by Charles Gerhard and George Korngold in the early Seventies, for complete symphonic orchesta. The project had the approval of Max Steiner himself, though he died much before the production took place. Not to be confused with the original Soundtrack recording (now available thanks to Turner) nor with Max Steiner''s own suite for smaller orchestra still available in a recording from the early Sixties with the London Sinfonietta. This 44-minute suite, like a Symphonic Poem, includes without cuts a long summary of most of the themes used in the original soundtrack recording. For many decades it was the most complete work regarding this beautiful music.
As expressed, there are three recordings highly important for collectors of the music of "Gone with the Wind":
1) The two-disc original 1939 recording, with old but very good sound, recently issued by Turner. It has an excellent booklet.
2) Steiner''s two-movement concert suite for small orchestra, very beatiful also, still available in Muir Mathison''s version with the London Sinfonietta.
3) This suite for whole Symphony orchestra, prepared with authorization of Max Steiner. It is a great achievement, and perhaps the most important result of the collaboration between conductor Charles Gerhard and producer George Korngold for the RCA''s "Classic Film Scores" Series.
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JWS
5.0 out of 5 stars
This is the ORIGINAL 1939 soundtrack recording, NOT the Charles Gerhardt recording of the 1970s!
Reviewed in the United States on March 8, 2014
I had the original 2-lp set of this recording back in the day. It is the actual 1939 soundtrack of GWTW, with a symphony orchestra conducted by the composer, Max Steiner, and recorded in true stereophonic sound. It is NOT the superb RCA/Charles Gerhardt/National... See more
I had the original 2-lp set of this recording back in the day. It is the actual 1939 soundtrack of GWTW, with a symphony orchestra conducted by the composer, Max Steiner, and recorded in true stereophonic sound. It is NOT the superb RCA/Charles Gerhardt/National Philharmonic recording of the early 70s as the above reviewers mistakenly believe. The Gerhardt collection is entitled "Classic Film Scores: Gone With the Wind."
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Lee Hall
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Brill
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 20, 2019
Come on what''s bad with the soundtrack from Gone with the Wind, no need to say any more.
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Stewart Lackey
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Fantastic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 28, 2021
Ok not the full original soundtrack but a great recording from a full symphonic outfit
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Lynda Jones
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 15, 2018
Excellent! Just as described!
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