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Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra - Alex North's 2001 (The Legendary Original Score · World Premiere Recording) flac album
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Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra - Alex North's 2001 (The Legendary Original Score · World Premiere Recording) flac album

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Alex North's 2001 (The Legendary Original Score · World Premiere Recording)
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Tracklist

A1 Main Title 1:37
A2 The Foraging 3:44
A3 Eat Meat And The Kill 3:27
A4 The Bluff 3:01
A5 Night Terrors 2:02
A6 The Dawn Of Man 3:14
B1 Space Station Docking 2:22
B2 Trip To The Moon 3:21
B3 Moon Rocket Bus 5:01
B4 Space Talk 3:30
B5 Interior Orion 1:26
B6 Main Theme 2:31

Notes

This is Alex North's unused and unfinished score for the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey" produced by Stanley Kubrick . The actual score used in the movie can be consulted here.
The score was recorded at Abbey Road Studios on January 29th and 30th 1993.
Mastered at Ocean View Digital.
In addition to those listed above, this recording would not have been possible without the dedication of Vic Fraser, Christopher Palmer and Sidney Sax, but most of all Anna North.
Track 1: Modeled upon "Also Sprach Zarathustra" by Richard Strauss.
Tracks 2 & 6: Are two different takes composed for "The Dawn Of Man" sequence.
Track 12: Originally composed for the 'Overture' and 'Intermission' (Entr'acte) sequences.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 030206540048

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VSD-5400 Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra* Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra* - Alex North's 2001 (The Legendary Original Score · World Premiere Recording) ‎(CD, Album) Varèse Sarabande VSD-5400 Europe 1993
VSD-5400 Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra* Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra* - Alex North's 2001 (The Legendary Original Score · World Premiere Recording) ‎(CD, Album) Varèse Sarabande VSD-5400 US 1993
VSD-5400 Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra* Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra* - Alex North's 2001 (The Legendary Original Score · World Premiere Recording) ‎(CD, Album) Varèse Sarabande VSD-5400 US 1993
SLCS-5021 Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra* Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith / The National Philharmonic Orchestra* - Alex North's 2001 (The Legendary Original Score · World Premiere Recording) ‎(CD, Album) Varèse Sarabande SLCS-5021 Japan 1993


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. 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.

2001: A Space Odyssey (score). The 2001: A Space Odyssey score is an unused film score composed by Alex North for Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film, 2001: A Space Odyssey. In the early stages of production, Kubrick had commissioned noted Hollywood composer Alex North, who had written the score for Spartacus and also worked on Dr. Strangelove, to write the score of his upcoming film 2001: A Space Odyssey

Album · 1993 · 12 Songs. 2001 (World Premiere Recording) Alex North. Alex North & National Philharmonic Orchestra. 3. Eat Meat and the Kill. Cleopatra (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) {Remastered}. Viva Zapata! (Original Motion Picture Score).

Composed By – Alex North. Conductor – Jerry Goldsmith. Cover, Photography By – Matthew Peak. Engineer – Mike Sheedy. Liner Notes – Anna North, Elmer Bernstein, Henry Mancini, Jerry Goldsmith, John Williams, Kevin Mulhall, Robert Townson. Mastered By – Joe Gastwirt. Orchestra – The National Philharmonic Orchestra. Producer – Jerry Goldsmith, Robert Townson, Yasuhiro Wada. This is Alex North's unused and unfinished score for the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey" produced by Stanley Kubrick. The actual score used in the movie can be consulted here

North did not learn that his score had been abandoned until he saw the film's premiere. North's unused music was first released in Telarc's issue of the main theme on Hollywood's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, a compilation album by Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. All the music North originally wrote was recorded commercially by his friend and colleague Jerry Goldsmith with the National Philharmonic Orchestra and released on Varèse Sarabande CDs shortly after Telarc's first theme release and before North's death Design.

ALEX NORTH�S 2001 THE LEGENDARY ORIGINAL SCORE Conducted by JERRY GOLDSMITH and the THE NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. Not just a new release, this recording is an event of unparalleled importance in contemporary music. Film and camera crews from around the world, including NBC News, filled London�s famed Abbey Road Studios to capture and report on this very special occasion. What is all the fuss about? After 25 years, composer Alex North�s lost score for Stanley Kubrick�s legendary film masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey was to receive its world premiere recording! Anyone familiar only with.

Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith & The National Philharmonic Orchestra – A Streetcar Named Desire. Jerry Goldsmith – Escape from Torture. Jerry Goldsmith & The Nat l Philharmonic Orchestra – Space Talk (2001 го. :22. Jerry Goldsmith & The Nat l Philharmonic Orchestra – Trip to the Moon (2001 го. :32. Jerry Goldsmith, Royal Scottish National Orchestra – The Monument.

Remastered release for Mondocon 2014. Limited to 2001 copies. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat. Was this variant limited to 2001 copies or both this and the black version? Does anyone know how many "Beyond the Infinite" variants exist? Reply See 2 replies Notify me Helpful.