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      • King Kong quickly made Steiner one of the most respected names in Hollywood. He continued as RKO's music director for two more years, until 1936. Max married Louise Klos, a harpist, in 1936. They had a son, Ron, together and they divorced in 1946.
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  2. Max Steiner and King Kong - Film Music

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    Score by Max Steiner (1888-1971) King Kong opened within the depths of the great depression- yet the film proved to be a major success, as moviegoers were eager to escape the problems of the real world for those of the fantasy world. The movie was a landmark in many respects. First and foremost were the cutting-edge special effects, which featured (among other things) an 18” stop-motion ape as the star character.

  3. Max Steiner - King Kong - Amazon.com Music

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    Max Steiner's score for Merian C. Cooper and Edgar Wallace's King Kong is rightfully considered a classic. Until the 1933 thriller, movie soundtracks were mere background accompaniment. Until the 1933 thriller, movie soundtracks were mere background accompaniment.

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  4. Max Steiner, the Composer Who Saved King Kong

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    Jun 15, 2020 · Max Steiner conducts his score for King Kong (1933). Courtesy of L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Brigham Young University Library, Provo, Utah. His score pages are filled with handwritten quotes of the movie dialogue being spoken at that moment (“ Here’s looking at you, kid. ” “ It was beauty killed the beast!

  5. MAX STEINER: King Kong - Complete Film Score : Free Download ...

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    Nov 11, 2015 · MAX STEINER: King Kong - Complete Film Score. RKO Studio Orchestra. Max Steiner, conductor. Recorded in 1933. Compiled and remastered from the original film soundtrack.

  6. ‘King Kong’ and the Music of Max Steiner: Why It Still Matters

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    Oct 28, 2019 · The School of Music will present BYU’s first ever movie in concert with “King Kong” (1933). The BYU Philharmonic — under the direction of Kory Katseanes — will perform Max Steiner’s landmark score as the film plays on the big screen in the de Jong Concert Hall Nov. 2.

  7. 'King Kong' by Max Steiner (1933) and James Newton Howard ...

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    Feb 07, 2014 · Max Steiner’s and James Newton Howard’s King Kong scores are products of their time – the first utilised the techniques of music theatre and late Romantic opera to extend the previously negligible role of music within film; the latter followed a tradition of epic blockbusters to maximise emotional response and increase the power of the narrative. Both composers wrote symphonic, leitmotif-based scores to fulfil the requirements of their movies – their interpretations diverging as the ...

  8. KING KONG - 75th anniversary of the film and Max Steiner's ...

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    Max Steiner and the Historic Music for KING KONG When Merian C. Cooper, under the creative auspices of David O Selznick, assumed the reigns of the financially troubled RKO studios in 1931, he was faced with the daunting task of restructuring production schedules and determining a fresh, new future for the stricken company.

  9. The Film Music of Max Steiner with Emphasis on King Kong ...

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    Sep 04, 2009 · The last film scored by Max Steiner was Those Calloways in 1965. Steiner died in 1971 of cancer. 3. The Score to King Kong (1933) RKO was in financial difficulties and nearing bankruptcy. It had already spent nearly a half million dollars producing a film about a fifty foot tall gorilla named King Kong. Steiner was in charge of the music department at the studio in a time when a single film had a budget for a maximum of a three hour recording session with a ten piece orchestra.

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