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Malcolm Arnold - Nine Hours To Rama/The Lion FLAC album

Performer: Malcolm Arnold
Genre: Stage and Screen
Title: Nine Hours To Rama/The Lion
Released: 2001
Style: Score
FLAC version ZIP size: 1915 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1141 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1973 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 413

Nine Hours to Rama, The Lion. Nine Hours to Rama: no 1, Train coming into Delhi-The astrologer predicts. 2. Nine Hours to Rama: no 2, Das warns Gandhi. 3. Nine Hours to Rama: no 3, Natu's father dies. 4. Nine Hours to Rama: no 4, Natu and Prahlad-Natu meets Rani. 5. Nine Hours to Rama: no 5, Wedding dance. 6. Nine Hours to Rama: no 6, Rani's theme. 7. Nine Hours to Rama: no 7, Natu tells Rani of his oath. 8. Nine Hours to Rama: no 8, Indian concert.

I really like the music. I hope this is enough.

In the late 1960s, Goodman telephoned Arnold to commission the concerto; however, Arnold, believing the call to be a prank, yelled "Sod off!" and hung up on him. After this confusion was resolved, Arnold agreed to compose the piece. Upon its completion in April 1974, Goodman travelled to Dublin to collect the score. Arnold left it in his hotel room with flowers and a bottle of Jack Daniel's whiskey. Several hours later he received a call from Goodman, who noted: "I may be a bit stoned but I think your concerto is just great!". The life and music of Sir Malcolm Arnold: the brilliant and the dark. Nine Hours to Rama (1963). The Chalk Garden (1964).

Malcolm Arnold was born in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, the youngest of five children from a prosperous Northampton family of shoemakers. In 1957, Arnold won an Academy Award for the music to David Lean's epic film The Bridge on the River Kwai. His two other collaborations with David Lean were The Sound Barrier (1952) and Hobson's Choice (1954), both of which were also resoundingly successful.

Original film poster by Saul Bass. Arthur Ibbetson, Ted Moore. Nine Hours to Rama is 1963 British film, directed by Mark Robson, that follows a fictionalised Nathuram Godse in the hours before he assassinated the Indian independence leader, Gandhi, and police attempts to prevent the murder. It is based on a 1962 novel of the same name by Stanley Wolpert. The movie was written by Nelson Gidding and filmed in England and India with mainly white actors in prominent roles.

Malcolm Arnold, Composer: The Bridge on the River Kwai. Born in Northampton on 21st October 1921, Malcolm Arnold studied composition with Gordon Jacob and trumpet with Ernest Hall at the Royal College of Music. In 1941 he joined the trumpet section of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, becoming principal by 1943. After two years of war service and one season with the BBC Symphony Orchestra he returned. 1963 Nine Hours to Rama. 1961 Operation Snafu.


1 Nine Hours To Rama: Original Main Title
2 Train Coming Into Delhi--The Astrologer Predicts
3 Das Warns Gandhi
4 Natu's Father Dies
5 Parade Ground
6 Natu And Prahlad/Natu Meets Rani
7 Wedding Dance
8 Rani's Theme
9 Natu Tells Rani Of His Oath
10 Indian Concert
11 Malabar Hill (Rani's Theme)/Swiss Hotel (Natu And Rani)
12 Assassination Of Gandhi/Natu's Realisation/Mourning Gandhi
13 Nehru's Speech/End Titles
14 Closing Music
15 The Lion: Opening Title Music
16 Love Theme
17 Drum Dance
18 Tina At Night
19 King Dance Of Happiness
20 Tina's Theme/Reconciliation/End Title

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