The album includes music from Schindlers List, The Terminal, Memoirs of a Geisha, JFK, The Patriot, Sabrina, Monsignor, and Dracula.
1941: LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET) LLLCD 1179
Music by John Williams
Limited Edition Re-Issue of 1000 Units
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John Williams received his 22nd Grammy Award last night for the track “The Book Thief”, from the original soundtrack album of the same title. The track had been nominated for Best Instrumental Composition at this year’s Grammys, presented for albums released between Oct. 1, 2013, and Sept. 30, 2014.
Today is Mr. Williams’ 83rd birthday! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MAESTRO! :)
Tickets for the May 22 & 23 concerts with John Williams and the Boston Pops will go on sale March 23 at 10AM local time. The information is not yet available on the BSO website but it does come from an official source.
John Williams Withdraws as San Diego Symphony Guest Conductor for January
30, 31 Concerts; Boston Pops Conductor Keith Lockhart Will Lead the Orchestra
in His Place
It is with deep regret that we announce John Williams must withdraw from conducting the
special concerts scheduled with the San Diego Symphony at the Jacobs Music Center on Friday and Saturday, January 30 and 31, 2015.
The trailer for “Montage: Great Film Composers and the Piano”, Gloria Cheng’s CD and film project featuring John Williams’ “Conversations” is now available on YouTube. Along with Williams’ most recent concert piece, the album features new piano works by Bruce Broughton, Don Davis, Michael Giacchino, Randy Newman and Alexandre Desplat. A documentary film on the project will be released soon. – Track listing, artwork and pre-order on Amazon.com (Release date: February 10)
‘Film Night’ with John Williams will return to Boston next year for two performances, May 22 & 23. Williams will lead the Boston Pops Orchestra in a selection of his own compositions as well as other popular film music themes.
More details and ticket information soon at BSO.org.
Full audio of John Williams’ 2014 Boston concert: