Ennio Morricone – Symphony For Richard III
- Music On Vinyl
- EU - Original
For the first Time on Vinyl - 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl
Limited Edition of 1000 Copies on Transparent Vinyl - Individually Numbered
Richard III is a 55-minute film adaptation of Shakespeare's play, starring Frederick Warde as the title character. The 1912 film, a French/U.S. international co-production, was produced by Film d'Art and released through the independent states rights film distribution system.
It is the oldest surviving American feature-length film, and is also thought to be the first feature-length Shakespearean adaptation ever made. As early as 1922, the film was thought lost. It was not until 1996 that a print was discovered, when William Buffum, former projectionist at the Bluebird Theatre in Portland, Oregon, donated his copy to the American Film Institute. The AFI restored the print, transferring it from its nitrate film stock and retouching the hand tinting effect used in the original 1912 release.
|A2.||After The Battle||05:02|
|A4.||The Court Of King Richard IV||05:08|
|A5.||The Journey To London||11:29|
|B1.||After The Coronation||01:31|
|B2.||Buckingham Leaves The Court||11:53|
|B3.||Battle And Death Of Richard III||12:01|