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Daniel Hope

Escape to Paradise: The Hollywood Album

Deutsche Grammophon

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Daniel Hope - Escape to Paradise (Album sampler)
Daniel Hope: Escape to Paradise (Trailer)
Daniel Hope: Miklos Rozsa
Violinist Daniel Hope performs video game music from Honkai: Star Rail
1 Rozsa: Love Theme from Ben-Hur
2 Korngold: Violin Concerto In D, Op. 35/1
3 Korngold: Violin Concerto In D, Op. 35/2
4 Korngold: Violin Concerto In D, Op. 35/3
5 Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Sea Murmurs
6 Eisler: The Secret Marriage from The Hollywood Songbook
7 Rozsa: Love Theme from El Cid
8 Zeisl: Menuhim's Song
9 Waxman: Reminiscences from Come Back, Little Sheba
10 Jurmann: Tranen in der Geige
11 Weill: Speak Low
12 Korngold: Der Schneemann
13 Rozsa: Prelude and Love Theme from Spellbound
14 Morricone: Love Theme from Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
15 Williams: Theme from Schindler's List
16 Newman: American Beauty
17 Heymann: Irgendwo auf der Welt
18 Hupfeld: As Time Goes By
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"Daniel Hope is a force to be reckoned with." Gramophone

Deutsche Grammophon releases Classical BRIT-Award-winner Daniel Hope's new recording, Escape to Paradise: The Hollywood Album, in the US (The album is released in Europe a day earlier.) The British violinist has a "thriving solo career" per the New York Times, which "has been built on inventive programming and a probing interpretive style." The new release draws on Hope's extensive research into European composers - among them Eric Wolfgang Korngold, Miklós Rózsa, Hanns Eisler, and Franz Waxman to name a few - who fled fascist persecution to relocate to Los Angeles where they penned some of the 20th century's most iconic film scores. Recorded with Alexander Shelley leading the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and guest artists including vocalists Sting and Max Raabe, Hope's unprecedented new collection juxtaposes examples of the émigré composers' film and concert music with selections by those they influenced – like leading contemporary movie composers John Williams, Ennio Morricone, and Thomas Newman – in a nostalgic search for the quintessentially lavish "Hollywood sound.

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