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:: SSTore :: - The Elephant Man - John Morris
Album Information
Album The Elephant Man
Artist John Morris
Year 1977
Genre Soundtrack
Contributor Twopop

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
AmazoniTunes 01 The Elephant Man Theme
John Morris
3:44 60
AmazoniTunes 02 Dr. Treves Visits The Freak Show & Elephant Man
John Morris
4:07 14
AmazoniTunes 03 John Merrick & Psalm
John Morris
1:15 19
AmazoniTunes 04 John Merrick & Mrs. Kendal
John Morris
2:00 18
Amazon 05 The Nightmare
John Morris
4:37 9
AmazoniTunes 06 Mrs. Kendal's Theater & Poetry Reading
John Morris
1:56 4
AmazoniTunes 07 The Belgian Circus Episode
John Morris
2:58 17
AmazoniTunes 08 Train Station
John Morris
1:54 7
AmazoniTunes 09 Pantomime
John Morris
2:19 12
AmazoniTunes 11 Recapitulation
John Morris
5:35 29

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1 review done for this album.

Comment on Adagio For Strings
By: Twopop
Date: 22 Feb 2008
John Morris composed and conducted the score for Elephant Man, performed by The National Philharmonic Orchestra in London.

Track 10 - "Adagio For Strings" (by Samuel Barber) is performed by The London Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Andre Previn. The piece is heard here in its entirety.

Barber's famous work, although written in 1936, blends seemlessly with Morris' score, which captures the essence of the 1880's, locations, and true story of John Merrick.

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