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Monsters, beauties and heroes? One might think that the popularity of a movie is only influenced by highly paid actors, thrilling action sequences and breathtaking special effects. Truth to be told, even the music of a film has the power to engage and move audiences around the globe.

The concert program includes selections from about eighty years of movie scoring, from The Adventures Of Robin Hood (1938) to The Lord Of The Rings (2001). Some titles are scored for a large-scale symphony orchestra, other titles feature various soloists, highlighting the more intimate moments of the movies.

All pieces are accompanied by a presentation of pictures from the movies, selected and arranged to reflect the musical expression.

Ensemble (1 - 15 Musicians)


  • Max Steiner: „Main Title & Final Scene“ from Now, Voyager
  • Erich Wolfgang Korngold: „March Of The Merry Men“ from The Adventures Of Robin Hood                       
  • John Barry: Theme from Out Of Africa
  • Charlie Chaplin: Theme from Limelight
  • Luis Bacalov: Theme from Il Postino                                      
  • John Williams: The Shark Theme from Jaws´                                
  • John Williams' Mystery Piece: Themes from Jurassic Park
  • Miklós Rózsa: Overture from Ben-Hur
  • John Williams: Theme and „Jewish Town“ from Schindler’s List
  • Howard Shore: Suite from The Lord Of The Rings                                  
  • John Williams: „Adventures On Earth“ from E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial