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2001 (Original Motion Picture Score)

Jerry Goldsmith & National Philharmonic Orchestra

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During the course of editing 2001: A Space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick hired composer Alex North to write a score for the film, guided, to a degree, by the temporary tracks Kubrick was using. North dutifully went to work, Kubrick provided him with notes and points of revision, and North, in time, completed and recorded the score. After which, he waited. From Kubrick's end there was silence. When the premiere date came, North was shocked to discover that his score had been discarded — Kubrick had, instead, used the temporary tracks. North buried the score, and the original recordings vanished. In the early '90s, when the idea to produce a series of re-recordings of classic scores came up at Varese Sarabande, North's score for Spartacus was included, prompting Jerry Goldsmith to suggest that North's discarded score for 2001 be resurrected. North was amenable by this time, and the score was recorded in London in early 1993, with Goldsmith conducting. The score is beautifully performed and recorded, with impressive tonal transparency and excellent bass. Unfortunately, the music itself is somewhat of an artifact, a product of its time. Where Kubrick strove for the impression of the mundane within his visual framework, North interjected repeated ethereal and otherworldly elements that would be distracting; in other instances, where Kubrick chose a minimalist route, North was priming the pump with suspense music. While this score is enjoyable to listen to, it is fairly obvious why Kubrick chose not to use it — and chose wisely. ~ Steven E. McDonald, Rovi

Biografía

Nacido(a): 10 de febrero de 1929 en Los Angeles, CA

Género: Bandas sonoras

Años de actividad: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

For over four decades, Jerry Goldsmith ranked among the film and television industry's most highly-regarded and prolific composers; at the peak of his activity during the 1960s, he was estimated to have scored an average of about six films annually. Born in Los Angeles on February 10, 1929, Goldsmith studied music at the University of South Carolina, and after accepting a job as an office clerk at CBS television later graduated to the network's music department in 1950. There he composed themes for...
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