Kronos Quartet: Glass: Dracula

Kronos Quartet SKU: 31812085
Kronos Quartet: Glass: Dracula

Kronos Quartet: Glass: Dracula

Kronos Quartet SKU: 31812085

Format: CD

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Title: Glass: Dracula
Artist: Kronos Quartet
Label: Orange Mountain
UPC: 801837011128
Genre: Soundtrack

Orange Mountain is pleased to announce for the reissued CD album of Philip Glass's 1998 score to the 1931 film DRACULA starring Bela Lugosi. For his new score, Philip Glass tapped the all-star Kronos Quartet and wrote specifically for them. In the late-1990s Universal Pictures approached composer Philip Glass to compose a new score for one of it's classic monster movies. Glass chose to compose a score for Tod Browning's 1931 Dracula because it never had an original score. He composed the work for string quartet to evoke an ancient sound and now almost 20 years later Glass and Kronos continue to perform the music live to film around the world. In the end Glass's music gave the film new life, perhaps adding something that had been missing before there was music: structure and pacing and above all a new sense of mystery and soul.

1.1 Dracula
1.2 Journey to the Inn
1.3 The Inn
1.4 The Crypt
1.5 Carriage Without a Driver
1.6 The Castle
1.7 The Drawing Room
1.8 Excellent Mr Renfield
1.9 The Three Consorts of Dracula
1.10 The Storm
1.11 Horrible Tragedy
1.12 London Fog
1.13 In the Theatre
1.14 Lucys Bitten
1.15 Seward Sanatorium
1.16 Renfield
1.17 In His Cell
1.18 When the Dream Comes
1.19 Dracula Enters
1.20 Or a Wolf
1.21 Women in White
1.22 Renfield in the Drawing Room
1.23 Dr Van Helsing and Dracula
1.24 Mina on the Terrace
1.25 Minas Bedroom the Abbey
1.26 The End of Dracula
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