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118Re: Death of a Salesman recording?

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  • mornnb
    Mar 25, 2005
      --- In thealexnorthfanclub@yahoogroups.com, boarsheadtavern
      <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > I'm trying to find a recording of the music from Arthur
      > Miller's "Death of a Salesman" - as composed by Alex North.
      > He first composed it for the Broadway play that premiered in 1949,
      > and then I believe the same music was transferred over to the 1951
      > film version starring Fredric March.
      > There is a much more well-known film, done for TV in the 80s with
      > John Malkovich & Dustin Hoffman - and North also composed a slightly
      > altered score for that version, as well, as far as the research I can
      > find tells me.
      > However, I cannot find a stand-alone recording of any of this music.
      > There are the films, of course (the earlier hasn't even be released
      > on VHS or DVD, it's so unpopular) - but I'm not interested in those
      > films per se, just the music.
      > Might anbody be able to help me out, direct me where to go, if it
      > exists at all?

      Heh, I'd love to get a hold of that, fortunately there's a DVD out of
      the 80's film, that's the best I've got of this masterpiece score.
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