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(Cartoon Brew) Video Please join us at the Royal Albert Hall as the John Wilson Orchestra performs ... Tom and Jerry?   (cartoonbrew.com) divider line 12
    More: Video, Tom and Jerry, London's Royal Albert Hall, John Wilson Orchestra, Final Cut Pro, Joseph Barbera  
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2013-09-28 04:26:24 AM
This is incredibly awesome, but TFA is wrong to assume that I haven't heard it this way before (i.e., divorced from the animation).

Still pretty farking awesome.
 
2013-09-28 04:27:07 AM
Dammit, somehow I lost the link to having heard it before.
 
2013-09-28 08:32:57 AM
They really did have some excellent music for those cartoons. Like Star Wars, the cartoons wouldn't have been anything without the musical score.
 
2013-09-28 09:38:22 AM
Nice find subby!

Have one of these on me.

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2013-09-28 11:11:36 AM
That was awesome.
 
2013-09-28 11:49:36 AM

AbiNormal: That was awesome.


Agreed. WAY awesome!
 
2013-09-28 04:21:25 PM

PaulieattheTap: Nice find subby!

Have one of these on me.

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*drink* *drink* *drink*

Thanks!

/*urp*
 
2013-09-28 04:45:37 PM
Thanks, Mods, for approving this. It's a reminder of the musicianship required of the era's studio players (who wouldn't have seen the music before the recording session) and of what was accomplished in sound-recording in a pre-digital, pre-multitrack era.

/That said, there's been quite a shift in concert-hall programming, with our symphony orchestras regularly doing film, cartoons, multimedia, and even hosting tribute bands in an effort to cultivate an audience.
 
2013-09-28 07:44:26 PM
Now they know how many mouse holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall?
 
2013-09-28 08:09:37 PM
Bravo!
 
2013-09-28 08:25:42 PM

GrizzledVeteran: Thanks, Mods, for approving this. It's a reminder of the musicianship required of the era's studio players (who wouldn't have seen the music before the recording session) and of what was accomplished in sound-recording in a pre-digital, pre-multitrack era.

/That said, there's been quite a shift in concert-hall programming, with our symphony orchestras regularly doing film, cartoons, multimedia, and even hosting tribute bands in an effort to cultivate an audience.

THe Birmingham Symphony Orchestra had an Elvis impersonator for a concert in a park one night.  It was down the street from my house and loving Elvis, I walked over to watch for a few minutes.  It looked absolutely cool with everyone playing, and Elvis, for all practical purposes, rocking along pretty hard in the spotlight.

     I'm waiting for high school bands to have a heavy metal section on standby, turned up to 11, waiting for some breakout run, and then BAM!  A blitzkrieg in E.

 
2013-09-28 10:05:46 PM
Holy Gershwin, I never realized how much Tom and Jerry borrowed from Jacob Gershowitz. I think I heard some Copland in there too.
 
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