LALO SCHIFRIN

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discography: 1951-1965 | 1966-1975 | 1976-1985 | 1986-1995 | 1996-2005 | 2006-
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1986-1995

PIANO CONCERTO
Lalo Schifrin
Mexico, City: April 1986

Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra.

a. Piano Concerto (Premiere) (1985) (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Commissioned by the Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra.

Issues: None.


ROMERIAS
Lalo Schifrn
c. 1986
Angel Romero (g) with others unknown.

a. Romerias (Lalo Schifrin)
     i. Tango
     ii. Canto
     iii. Danza
     iv. Mascarada
     v. Blues
     vi. Valse
     vii. Fantasia - Impromptu
     viii. Habanera
     ix. Malambo    

Note: (1) Guitarist Sergio Puccini had recorded Romerias in its entirety. Detail is available here. (2) The "Danza" utilizes several motifs from Schifrin's "Gauchos" (from GYPSIES). (3) Later recordings of the "Tango" and "Malambo" were featured by a different guitarist on the Lalo Schifrin Aleph CD titled CHE!.

Issues: None. 


BLACK MOON RISING
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1986
Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond); Gary Stockdale (orchestrations); Chari Brandon (vcl).

a. Sleeping With The Enemy (Chari Brandon/Jack Littlejohn)
(additional titles unknown)

Issues: None (New World Pictures)


STATUE OF LIBERTY: A SYMPHONIC CELEBRATION
Lalo Schifrin
prob. New York City: July 3-6, 1986

unknown.

a. Statue of Liberty: A Symphonic Celebration (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: (1) Commissioned for Liberty Weekend '86, the Statue of Liberty Centennial Celebration (prob. David L. Wolper). (2) An edited version of this piece was recorded in 1990 on Schifrin's THOSE FABULOUS HOLLYWOOD MARCHES.

Issues: None.


KUNG FU (aka KUNG FU: THE MOVIE)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1986
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on February 1, 1986.

Issues: None


THE LADIES CLUB  
aka THE VIOLATED
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1986
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None


BEVERLY HILLS MADAM
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1986
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None


PERFIL DE LALO SCHIFRIN
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1966-68. Issued: 1986.

a. Mision Impossible (Mission: Impossible) (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
b. Maquinaciones (Machinations) 
    
(from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
c. Disolviendo (Dissolving) (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
d. Codigo Secreto (Secret Code) 
    
(from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
e. Novia Del Viento (Bride Of The Wind) 
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
f. Seguro De Vida (Life Insurance) 
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
g. Como Abrir A Voluntad La Ventana Mas Hermosa
     (How To Open At Will The Most Beautiful Window)
 
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
h. Jim En Movimiento (Jim On The Move) (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
i. Setas Curadas (Vaccinated Mushrooms) 
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
j. Dos Petalos Una Flor Y Una Muchacha (Two Petals A Flower And A Young Girl)
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
k. Paisajes De Campos De Trigo (Wheat Germ Landscapes) 
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
l. Terremoto Suave (The Gentle Earthquake)  
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)
m. Aguilas Contra Palmoas (Hawks Vs. Doves) 
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON)

Issues: a-m on MCA (Arg) 82097.


OUT ON A LIMB
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1987
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast as a two-part TV film on January 18 and 19, 1987.

Issues: None.


DOUBLE BASS CONCERTO
Lalo Schifrin
California: March 19, 1987
Gary Karr (bass) with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra; Keith Clark (cond).

a. Double Bass Concerto (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin) 

Issues: None


YOUNG MUSICIANS FOUNDATION - DEBUT ORCHESTRA
Young Musicians Foundation
Evergreen Studios; Studio City, California: April 25-26, 1987

Young Musicians Foundation Debut Orchestra; Robert Chen (vln); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

Violin Concerto No. 1 in D (Nicolo Paganini) - 29:24
     a. Movement I - 17:32
     b. Movement II - 5:09
     c. Movement III - 6:38
Symphonie No. 4 in D Minor (Robert Schumann) - 28:31
     d. Movement I - 9:40
     e. Movement II - 4:48
     f. Movement III - 5:57
     g. Movement IV - 8:06

Issues: a-g on Young Musicians Foundation YMF 1001 [CD].
Producer: Fernando Gelbard. Associate Producer: Mitchell Glickman
Engineer: John Richards
Notes: Leonard Bernstein, John Williams, Henry Mancini


SPARKY'S MAGIC PIANO
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Paris, France: c. 1987

Lalo Schifrin (comp,arr,cond) with the Paris Philharmonic Orchestra. Leonard Pennario (p).

Unknown titles including:
a. Revolutionary Etude (Chopin) (p only)
b. Fantasy Impromptu (Chopin) (p only)
c. Sonata In C (Mozart) (p only)
d. Waltz in C# Minor (Chopin) (p only)
e. Sonata Pathetique (Beethoven) (p only)
f. Waltz In A Flat (Brahms) (p only)
g. Concerto In A Minor (Grieg) (p with orchestra)
h. Hungarian Rhapsody (Liszt) (p only)
i. Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven) (p only)
j. Soaring (Schumann) (p only)
k. The Banjo (Gottschalk) (p only)
l. Minute Waltz (Chopin) (p only)
m. Rhapsody On A Theme From Paganini (Rachmaninoff) (p with orchestra)

Issues: None (F.H.E.)


THE FOURTH PROTOCOL
Lalo Schifrin
Paris, France: c. 1987
Orchestre Philharmonique de Paris; Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

a. Fourth Protocol (Lalo Schifrin) 
b. Gorvoshin, Karpov, Borisov (Lalo Schifrin) 
c. Petrovsky, Preston (Lalo Schifrin) 
d. Berenson (Lalo Schifrin) 
e. Mr. Ross, Telecommunications, The Cast, The Freezer (Lalo Schifrin) 
f. The Disc, Gregorio, Glasgow Docks (Lalo Schifrin) 
g. Uranium I, Uranium II, How About a Drink, Heathrow (Lalo Schifrin) 
h. Windows (Lalo Schifrin) 
i. Vasilievna (Lalo Schifrin) 
j. Detonator (Lalo Schifrin) 
k. Zero Time (Lalo Schifrin) 
l. Before I Go, Kill Her, I Feel Lucky, Got Him, Shredder (Lalo Schifrin) 
m. Traffic Jam (Lalo Schifrin) 
n. The Attic (Lalo Schifrin) 
o. Explosions, The Congregation (Lalo Schifrin) 
p. Going Home, End Titles (Lalo Schifrin) 

Note: Special thanks to Jean-François Houben.

Issues: a-p on DRG SBL12591, Filmtrax Moment (E) CD-109 [CD].
Producer:
Hugh Fordin
Notes:
Frederick Forsyth


RESONANCES
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1987

a. Etude
b. Nocturne
c. Freres Jacques Variations

Issues: None


PAN AMERICAN GAMES OVERTURE
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1987

a. Pan American Games Overture (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Commissioned by CBS Television and Disneyworld for the opening ceremonies of the 1987 Pan American Games.

Issues: None.


CONCIERTO PARA BANDONEON/TRES TANGOS
Astor Piazzolla
Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.: September 1987
Astor Piazzolla (bandoneon) accompanied by Orchestra of St. Luke's; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

Concierto para Bandoneon (Astor Piazzolla)
     a. Allegro Marcato - 6:59
     b. Moderato - 7:21
     c. Presto - 6:25
Tres tangos for Bandoneon y Orquesta (Astor Piazzolla)
     d. Allegro Tranquillo - 6:40
     e. Moderato Mistico - 5:32
     f. Allegro Molto Marcato - 4:17

Issues: a-f on Elektra Nonesuch 79174-1, Elektra Nonesuch 79174-2 [CD]
Producer: Robert Hurwitz. Associate Producer: Arthur Moorhead
Engineer: John Newton. Associate Engineer: Henk Kooistra
Notes: Eric Salzman


LES SOLISTES FRANCAIS
Orchestre Philharmonique de Paris
Théâtre des Champs Elysées le Mardi: January 26, 1988
Orchestre Philharmonique de Paris; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Petrouchka (Igor Stravinsky) - 30:19

same, add Gary Karr (b).

Concerto Pour Contrebasse et Orchestre (Lalo Schifrin)
     b. Allegro Barocco - 9:02
     c. Adagio Pensieroso - Andantino - 10:30
     d. Allegro Giocoso - 6:08

same, without Gary Karr.

Ma Mere l'Oye (Maurice Ravel)
     e. Pavane de la Belle au Bois Dormant - 1:15
     f. Petit Poucet - 2:59
     g. Laideronnette Impératricé des Pagodes - 3:25
     h. Les Entretiens de la Belle et la Bête - 4:09
     i. Le Jardin Féerique - 2:53

Issues: a-i on Cybelia (Fr) CY 1106 [CD], titled LES SOLISTES FRANCAIS, and Aleph 015 [CD] titled LALO SCHIFRIN CONDUCTS STRAVINSKY, RAVEL AND SCHIFRIN.
Producer: M. Duchein, P. Omnès, J.J. Torroella (Cybelia (Fr) CY 1106 [CD]). Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin (Aleph 015 [CD]).
Engineer: Philippe Laffont
Notes: Lalo Schifrin 


EARTH*STAR VOYAGER
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1988

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on January 17, 1988.

Issues: None


SHAKEDOWN ON THE SUNSET STRIP
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1988

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on CBS-TV on April 22, 1988.

Issues: None.


THE DEAD POOL
Lalo Schifrin
Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank, California: June 6 and 7, 1988
collective personnel inc. Chuck Findley, Jerry Hey, Fernando Pullum, Dan Savant (tp); Dan Hemwall, Dick Noel, Hans Vidkjer, Bill Watrous (tb); Art Maebe, Brian O'Connor, Henry Sigismonti, Richard Todd (frhrn); Don Ashworth, Gary Foster, Steve Kujala (sax); Joel Peskin, Kim Richmond, Fred Selden (EWI); Susan Greenberg, Sheridon Stokes (f); Gary Gray, Jim Kanter (cl); Rose Corrigan, Jack Marsh (bassoon); Allan Vogel, David Weiss (oboe); Randy Kerber, Mike Lang, Alan Pasqua, Gary Stockdale (key); Joe DiBlasi, Tim May (g); Tim Barr, Drew Dembowski, Chuck Domanico, Arni Egilsson, John Hornschurch, Bruce Morgenthaler, Sue Ranney (b); Abe Laboriel (el-b); Alan Estes, Steve Forman, Harvey Mason, Bob Zimmitti (d, perc); Murray Adler, Israel Baker, Mari Botnick (Tsumura), Doug Cameron, Norman Carr, Harry Cykman, Assa Dori, Charles Everett, Pavel Farkas, Armen Garabedian, Harris Goldman, Endre Granat, Norman Hughes, Ezra Kliger, Bernie Kundell, Carl LaMagna, Betty LaMagna, Dimitrie Leivici, Bob Lezin, Robert Lipsett, Don Palmer, Anatoly Rosinsky, Sheldon Sanov, Spiro Stamos, Ken Yerke (vln); Denyse Buffum, Carole Castillo, Alan Deveritch, Carrie Holzman-Little, Myra Kestenbaum, Jorge Moraga, Carole Mukogawa, Michelle Nardone, Ray Tischer (viola); Chris Ermacoff, Paula Hochhalter, Dennis Karmazyn, Ray Kelley, Ray Kramer, Armen Ksajikian, Earl Madison, David Shamban (cello); Gayle Levant (harp); Patti Fidelibus (Zimmitti) (orchestra manager); Harvey Cohen, Camillo Fidelibus, Barbara Franklin, Dan Franklin, Joel Franklin, Bob Manrique, Joe McGuire, Lolita Ritmanis, Al Sanders, Eric Stonerook (copyist); Lalo Schifrin (orchestrator, cond).

a. San Francisco Night (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:42
b. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:45
c. The Pool (Lalo Schifrin) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:39
d. Time To Get Up (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:06
e. High And Dry (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:03
f. Sometimes In Return (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:19
g. The Rules (Lalo Schifrin) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:04
h. The Last Autograph (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:09
i. The Car (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:53
j. Kidnap And Rescue (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:39
k. Harpoon (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:09
l. The Pier, The Bridge, And The City (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:41

m. Main Title/The Pursuit - 3:00
n. End Credits - 3:21

Note: Schifrin employs variations of the "Dirty Harry" theme throughout. "Welcome To The Jungle" by Guns n' Roses without Schifrin.

Issues: a-l on Aleph 042 [CD]
Samplers: m & n on Magnum Music (Ger) SFPD-19711988 [CD] titled THE DEAD POOL: THE ULTIMATE DIRTY HARRY COLLECTION.
Producer: Nick Redman. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Mike Matessino
Notes: Nick Redman

Covers: "The Dead Pool" also performed by Paul Brooks on CLINT EASTWOOD MOVIE THEMES, (K-Tel (E) EMC-2319, K-Tel (E) ECD 3319 [CD]) and


LITTLE SWEETHEART
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1988

(titles unknown)

Issues: None


MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1988

Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with others unknown.

a. Mission: Impossible '88 Main Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:03
b. Mission: Impossible '88 End Credit (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:35

Tel Aviv, Israel: possibly 1992
Lalo Schifrin (comp,arr,cond) and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

c. Mission: Impossible (Live from Israel) (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:07

Note: (1) Originally broadcast on ABC-TV from October 23, 1988, to February 24, 1990 (additional cues by Ron Jones and John E. Davis). (2) Schifrin scored three of episodes of the renewed MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE series: "The Killer (episode #1, first aired 10/23/88), "The Legacy" (#2, 11/26/88) and "Holograms" (#4: 11/6/88). (3) See also 1966 listing for Schifrin's original main title and end title themes as well as suites from five episodes of the original MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE series. 

Issues: a-c on GNP GNPD8029 [CD], GNP (Jap) KICP321 [CD] titled THE BEST OF MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - THEN AND NOW.
Producer: Neil Norman. Executive Producer: Mark Banning
Engineer: Michael James, et. al.
Notes: Patrick White, Lalo Schifrin, John E. Davis 


CANTOS AZTECAS FOR VOCAL SOLOISTS, ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS
Lalo Schifrin/Placido Domingo
Live at the pyramids of Teotihuacan, Mexico: October 29, 1988
Conchita Julian (vcl-soprano); Martha Felix (vcl-alto); Placido Domingo (vcl-tenor); Nikita Storojev (vcl-bass); Nezahualcoyotl Xopancuicatl, King of Texaco [1402-1472], Hernando Ruiz de Alarcon (text); Georges Baudot (translation); Rufino Montero (choral master); Orquesta Filarmonica de la Ciudad de Mexico (orchestra and chorus) conducted by Lalo Schifrin.

a. Amoxcalco Pehua Cuica (Song Of Spring) (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:35
b. Ye Tocuic Toxochiuh (Life Is A Dream) (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:19
c. Chalchihuit (War Song) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:58
d. Nomataca Nehuatl Ni Yaotl (To The God Of The Night) (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:58
e. Zan Te Te Yenelli (Are You The True God?) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:11
f. Ma Oc On Icniuhtihua (Let Us Leave Some Songs) (Lalo Schifrin) - 10:55

Note: Commissioned by the Orquesta Filarmonica de la Ciudad de Mexico.

Issues: a-f on Pro Arte CDD494 [CD], Aleph 011 [CD/VHS/DVD].
Producer: Donna Schifrin
Engineer: Michel Pierre
Notes: Benjamin Juarez Echenique, Lalo Schifrin


DANCE CONCERTANTES FOR CLARINET AND ORCHESTRA
Lalo Schifrin
Kansas City, Missouri: November 18, 1988
David Shifrin (E-flat, B-flat, bass clarinet) with the Kansas City Symphony; William McLaughlin (cond).

a. Prelude (Lalo Schifrin)  
b. Roseland (Lalo Schifrin)  
c. Montenegro (Lalo Schifrin)  
d. The Circular Ruins (Lalo Schifrin)  
e. Sauterelle (Lalo Schifrin)  
f. Winternight (Lalo Schifrin)  
g. Chaconne (Lalo Schifrin)  
h. Cornamuse (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Commissioned by the Kansas City Symphony. Shifrin also recorded this piece in 2005 in a performance that was issued on the 2006 disc, SHIFRIN PLAYS SCHIFRIN.

Issues: None.


BERLIN BLUES
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1988
Julia Migenes (vcl) with orchestra poss. featuring Ernie Watts (ts); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

a. Ain't Seen Nothing Like Me (Lalo Schifrin/Mark Mueller) - 3:15
b. Life is Good Again (Lalo Schifrin/Mark Mueller) - 2:08
c. Will I Ever Know (Lalo Schifrin/Mark Mueller) - 2:09
d. Musicians (Lalo Schifrin/Mark Mueller) - 3:28
e. You Could Be the Song (Lalo Schifrin/Mark Mueller) - 3:14

same, The Troupe of Berlin Blues (vcl). Julia Migenes out.

f. There Goes the Neighborhood (Lalo Schifrin/Mark Mueller) - 2:20

same, Julia Migenes (vcl). The Troupe of Berlin Blues out.

g. Ben Veni non Tardare (from the Marriage de Figaro) (Mozart) - 3:06
h. Over the Wall (Lalo Schifrin/Mark Mueller) - 5:24

same, Julia Migenes out.

i. Cadenza Variations (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:27
j. Over the Wall (Instrumental) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:04
k. The Band (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:21
l. Linda (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:28
m. There Goes the Neighborhood (Instrumental) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:54
n. Musica (aka You Could Be the Song) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:05

Note: BERLIN BLUES film producer Emiliano Piedra also produced DON QUIXOTE.

Issues: a-n on Milan (Fr) A-357 [CD], Milan (E) CD CH-357 [CD].
Producer: Emmanuel Chamboredon
Notes: Unknown 


THE SILENCE AT BETHANY
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1988

(titles unknown)

Note: Director Joel Oliasky also directed THE COMPETITION.

Issues: None.


ORIGINAL SIN
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1989

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on February 20, 1989.

Issues: None


RETURN FROM THE RIVER KWAI
Lalo Schifrin
Studio Palais de Congres, Paris, France: July 1988
Orchestre Philharmonique de Paris.

a. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:24
b. Destroyed Bridge/Meo Tribesman (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46
c. Firing Squad/Time And Change (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:07
d. Headman/Crawford (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40
e. Rule, Britannia
(Thomas Augustine Arne) - 0:45
f. No Glory In Dying
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:47
g. Miller's Head/Final Mission
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:12
h. Cambodia
(Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46
i. Brasil Maru
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:55
j. Rickshaw/Runaway
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:04
k. Crash Position
(Lalo Schifrin)/Gangplank (Lalo Schifrin)/
     Japanese Theme
(Kitaro) - 3:10
l. Stretcher
(Lalo Schifrin) - 1:19
m. Dive/Like A Shark
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:54
n. The Take-over
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:02
o. Sit Tight/Anchor Chain
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:25
p. Escort Hit/Abandon Ship!/Sinking
(Lalo Schifrin) - 6:17
q. End Titles
(Lalo Schifrin)/Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old
     Kit Bag And Smile, Smile, Smile
(George Asaf/Felix Powell)

Kitaro.

r. Japanese Theme (Kitaro)

Note: Special thanks to Jean-François Houben.

Issues: a-r on Harkit (E) HRKCD 8259 [CD] (issued December 2008).
Producer: James Fitzpatrick
Engineer: Bruno Lampert
Notes: Darren Allison


DON QUIXOTE
Lalo Schifrin/Madrid Symphony Orchestra
Cinearte Sound Studios, Madrid, Spain: 1989
Lalo Schifrin (comp,arr,cond) and the Madrid Symphony Orchestra.

a. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:03
b. The Shepherds (Lalo Schifrin)  - 1:27
c. Love Theme (Lalo Schifrin)  - 1:39
d. Preparations/The Knight's Attack (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:35
e. A Place Called "La Mancha" (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26
f. Arabian Dance (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:32
g. A Letter for Dulcinea (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:17 
h. Windmills or Giants? (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:23
i. Don Quixote and the Books (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:16
j. Heroics (Lalo Schifrin)  - 2:06
k. Dulcinea, Queen of La Mancha (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:24
l. The Balm of Fierabras (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:37
m. On Horseback (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:39
n. Rocinante's Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:36
o. As Time Goes By... (Lalo Schifrin)  - 1:12
p. The Knight of the Doleful Countenance (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:09 
q. Bad News/The Holy Brotherhood/The Galley Slaves (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:12 
r. Defeat (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:03
s. My Lord Don Quixote/End Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:11

Note: Producer Emiliano Piedra also produced BERLIN BLUES.

Issues: a-s on Prometheus (Bel) PCD132 [CD] (issued 1994).
Producer: Alan E. Smith
Engineer: Francisco Perez
Notes: Lalo Schifrin (June 21, 1994), Rafael Martinez (October 1994).


LITTLE WHITE LIES
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1989

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on November 27, 1989.

Issues: None.


THE NEON EMPIRE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1989

(titles unknown)

Note: (1) Originally broadcast on Showtime cable TV on December 4, 1989. 1991 Cable Ace Award winning score. (2) A promotional cassette tape of this score was issued with no label, catalog number or track listing. The tunes include two Schifrin cues and a number of jazz-oriented source pieces that are probably a mix of Schifrin originals and covers including "You Go To My Head," "Day In, Day Out," "My Handy Man," "Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree," "In The Mood").

Issues: None.


MOVIE MUSIC MAN: A PORTRAIT OF LALO SCHIFRIN
Live at the M.I.D.E.M. Festival; Cannes, France: January 23, 1990

Lalo Schifrin (p, arr, cond); Ray Brown (b); Grady Tate (d) with the Orchestre National de Lyon.

a. Mannix (Lalo Schifrin)
b. The Fox (Lalo Schifrin)
c. Statue Of Liberty (Lalo Schifrin)
d. I Can't Get Started (Vernon Duke)

same, except add Dizzy Gillespie (tp). 

e. Here It Is (sic) (Dizzy Gillespie)

same, Dizzy Gillespie out.

f. Cool Hand Luke (Lalo Schifrin)
g. Bullitt (Lalo Schifrin)
h
. Un Homme Et Une Femme (Francis Lai)

same, add Julia Migenes (vcl).

i. Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 (Villa-Lobos)
j. You Could Be The Song I Sing Tonight (Lalo Schifrin)

same, Julia Migenes out.

k. Mission: Impossible (Lalo Schifrin)

same, except Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond). Ray Brown, Grady Tate out.

l. Moulin Rouge (G. Auric/J. Larue)
m. La Nuit Americaine (Georges Delerue)
n. Daphnis And Chloé Suite No. 2 (Ravel)
o. Pacific 231 (Arthur Honneger)
p. Bolero (Ravel) 

Note: (1) Highlights of this performance, where Schifrin was appointed "Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres," one of the highest distinctions granted by France's Minister of Culture, are featured in the British documentary, MOVIE MUSIC MAN: A PORTRAIT OF LALO SCHIFRIN. In addition to clips from BULLITT, COOL HAND LUKE and THE FOX (all Warner Bros. films) and the opening credits to MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE (Paramount Pictures), Schifrin is also seen discussing the temporal relationship between film and music, his influences (Oliver Messiaen, Sergei Prokofiev and Alex North) in both London and Cannes. The one-hour documentary is narrated by Steve Race. (2) Special thanks to Chris Sheridan for providing the Radio France information for this listing.

Issues: a, b, e, f, g, i, j, k, n & p on Image ID9296RADVD [DVD].


FACE TO FACE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1990

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast as a Hallmark Hall of Fame TV special on January 24, 1990. Director Lou Antonio also starred in COOL HAND LUKE.

Issues: None


THOSE FABULOUS HOLLYWOOD MARCHES
Lalo Schifrin/San Diego Symphony Pops
Symphony Hall; San Diego, CA: April 8, 1990
San Diego Symphony Pops arranged and conducted by Lalo Schifrin.

a. Superman: Superman March (John Williams) - 4:22
b. Raiders Of The Lost Ark: Raiders March (John Williams) - 5:12 
c. Bridge Over The River Kwai: Colonel Bogey March (Kenneth J. Alford) - 3:03
d. Captain From Castille: Conquest March (Alfred Newman) - 3:40
e. The Great Escape: Great Escape March (Elmer Bernstein) - 2:12
f. Patton: Patton March (Jerry Goldsmith) - 2:41
g. Return Of The Jedi: Parade of the Ewoks (John Williams) - 3:46
h. Return Of The Jedi: Imperial March (John Williams) - 3:01
i. The Music Man: 76 Trombones (Meredith Wilson) - 1:54 
j. What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?: Swing March (Henry Mancini) - 2:16
k. Statue of Liberty March (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:28
l. Apocalypse Now: Ride of the Valkyries (Richard Wagner) - 4:45 
m. Armed Forces Medley - 3:28
n. Hunt For The Red October: Hymn of the Red Army (traditional) - 2:12
o. Cinerama March (Morton Gould) - 2:40
p. The Dirty Dozen: Dirty Dozen March (John Cacavas) - 3:52
q. The Great Waldo Pepper: Waldo Pepper March (Henry Mancini) - 2:28
Stars And Stripes Forever - The John Phillip Sousa Story
r. Liberty Bell (John Phillip Sousa) - 2:40
s. Washington Post (John Phillip Sousa) - 2:32  
t. Manhattan March (John Phillip Sousa) - 2:20
u. El Capitan (John Phillip Sousa) - 2:23
v. Stars and Stripes Forever (John Phillip Sousa) - 3:40  

Note: Jordan Jurtschak notes that Schifrin's "Statue of Liberty March" bears substantial similarities to Schifrin's "Theme From 'The Concorde - Airport '79'".

Issues: a-v on Pro Arte CDD-504 [CD]. a-v also on Intersound 504 [CD] titled HOLLYWOOD MARCHES
Samplers: b, c, i & l also on Concert Gold CG-3651 [CD] titled HOLLYWOOD: THE GREATEST HITS FEATURING TV/FILM CONDUCTOR LALO SCHIFRIN. e, f, m, s & v also on Pro Arte CDS-570 [CD] is a various-artists compilation titled AMERICAN SNAPSHOTS. f, i, r, s & u also on Intersound CDS-3500 [CD] is a various-artists compilation titled GOD BLESS AMERICA.
Producer: Steve Vining
Engineer: Steve Vining. Assistant Engineer: Gary Rice.
Notes: not listed


AMERICAN PREMIERES
Dorian Wind Quintet
c. 1990
Elizabeth Mann (f); Gerard Reuter (oboe); Jerry Kirkbride (cl); Jane Taylor (bassoon); Stewart Rose (hrn); Lee Hoiby (p).

a. Night Journey (Bruce Adolphe)
b. Island Prelude (Joan Tower)
c. La Nouvelle Orléans (Lalo Schifrin)
d. Variations on the Spanish La Folia (Conrad DeJong)
e. Sextet for Wind Quintet and Piano (Lee Hoiby)
     - Allegro Molto
     - Theme & Variations

Note: "La Nouvelle Orléans" includes a brief portion of Schifrin's "New Orleans Procession" (from THE CINCINNATI KID).

Issues: a-e on Summitt DCD117 [CD]

Covers: "La Nouvelle Orleans" also performed by Imani Winds on THE CLASSICAL UNDERGROUND (Koch KIC-CD-7599 [CD]).


THE TRIAL OF LOUIS XVI [Opera]
Placido Domingo
c. 1990
Placido Domingo (vcl-tenor); Lalo Schirfin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None.


THE THREE TENORS IN CONCERT 
Carreras/Domingo/Pavarotti/Mehta
Live at the Baths of Caracalla, Rome, Italy: July 7, 1990
José Carreras (vcl); Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino; Orchestra del Teatro dell'Opera di Roma; Zubin Mehta (cond).

a. Il Lamento di Federico (Cilea/Marenco) - 4:22

same, except Placido Domingo (vcl).

b. Ô Paradis (Meyerbeer/Scribe) - 3:12

same, except Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

c. Recondita Armonia (Puccini/Giacosa/Illica) - 2:37

same, except Klickman, Herzer, Lohner (orchestration); Placido Domingo (vcl).

d. Dein Ist Mein Ganzes Herz (Lehár) - 3:36

same, except Henry Mancini, Sica (arr); Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

e. Rondine al Nido (De Crescenzo) - 3:35

same, except Chiaramello, Cordiferro (arr); José Carreras (vcl).

f. Core'ngrato (Cardillo) - 3:28

same, except Chiaramello, De Curtis (arr); Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

g. Torna a Surriento (De Curtis) - 2:53

same, except Hayes (orchestration); José Carreras (vcl).

h. Granada (Lara) - 3:41

same, except Placido Domingo (vcl).

i. No Puede Ser (Sorozábal/Fernández-Shaw/Romero) - 2:44

same, except José Carreras (vcl).

j. L'improvviso (Andrea Chénier) (Giordano/Illica) - 5:11

same, except Placido Domingo (vcl).

k. E Lucevan le Stelle (Puccini/Giacoso/Illica) - 2:40

same, except Alfano, Adami, Simoni (arr); Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

l. Nessun Dorma (Puccini) - 3:06

same, except José Carreras, Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr).

m. Finale: Medley - 20:32
     1. Maria/Tonight (Bernstein/Sondheim) 
     2. 'O Paese d' 'o Sole (D'Annibale/Bovio)
     3. Cielito Lindo (traditional)
     4. Memory (Lloyd-Weber/Nunn after T.S. Eliot)
     5. Ochi Tchorniye (traditional)
     6. Caminito (Filiberto/Coria)
     7. La Vie en Rose (Louiguy/Piaf)
     8. Mattinata (Leoncavallo)
     9. Wien, Wien, Nur du Allein (Sieczynski)
     10.Amapola (Lacalle)
     11.'O Sole Mio (Di Capua/Capurro)

same, Lalo Schifrin out.

n. (Encore) 'O Sole Mio (Di Capua/Capurro) - 2:54

same, except Alfano, Adami, Simoni (arr).

o. (Encore) Nessun Dorma (Puccini) - 3:33

Issues: a-o on London 430 433-2 [CD], Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab UDCD 587 [CD]. 
Samplers: l, m1-m3, m5-m7, m8-m10 & m11 also on Decca 289 466 999-2 [CD] titled THE BEST OF THE 3 TENORS: THE GREATEST TRIOS.
Producer: Christopher Raeburn
Engineer: James Lock, John Pellowe, Philip Siney
Notes: Monica Rosolen


GRAND FINALE
Lalo Schrifin

World Soccer Cup Championship; Live at the Baths of Caracalla, Rome, Italy: July 1990
Jose Carrreras, Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl-tenor); Lalo Schifrin (cond) with orchestra.

a. Grand Finale (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)

Issues: None.


HITCHCOCK MASTER OF MAYHEM
Lalo Schifrin/San Diego Symphony Pops
Symphony Hall, San Diego, CA: August 2/3, 1990
Lalo Schifrin (cond,p) acc by San Diego Sympony Pops.

a. North by Northwest Overture (Herrmann) - 3:35
b. Alfred Hitchcock Theme (Funeral March of the Marionette) (Gounod) - 3:42
c. Vertigo Suite (Herrmann) - 5:52
d. Marnie Suite (Herrmann) - 5:33
e. Suite from Psycho (Herrmann) 
     - Prelude - 2:18
     - The Murder - 1:03
     - The City/Finale - 1:19
f. Rebecca Suite (Waxman) - 3:58
g. Suite from Rear Window (Waxman) 
     - Prelude - 2:29
     - Rhumba - 1:48
     - Ballet - 1:52
     - Finale - 2:26
The Schifrin Suite
     h. Amusement Park Theme (from Rollercoaster) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:40
     i. Music from Bullitt (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:23
     j. Mannix -- Main Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:55
     k. Dirty Harry Suite (from Dirty Harry/Magnum Force/ The Dead Pool) 
       (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:40
     l. (from Mission Impossible) The Plot (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:41
     m. Mission Impossible - Main Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:42

Note: According to Schifrin, this recording constitutes the first time Franz Waxman's "Rear Window" music had been recorded. 

Issues: a-m on Pro Arte CDS-524 [CD], Sion (Ger) 18170 [CD]. a-m also on Intersound 6228 [CD] a 1997 "home theater" release titled MASTERS OF MAYHEM
Samplers: c & e also on Disky (Hol) 25536 [CD], a compilation titled X-THEMES FROM THE UNKNOWN. k (with dialog) also on Magnum Music (Ger) SFPD-19711988 [CD] titled THE DEAD POOL: THE ULTIMATE DIRTY HARRY COLLECTION.
Producer: Steve Vining
Engineer: Steve Vining. Assistant Engineer: Gary Rice.
Notes: Steve Vining


KOL NIDREI [A Musical]
Lalo Schifrin
Live at Cameri Theater; Israel: c. 1991

David "Dudu" Fischer, Rita (vcl); Sassy Keshet, Talamir, Limor Shapira, Karol Markovitz, Choir and Orchestra; Rafi Kadishzon (arr,cond).

a. Good Year (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 3:45
b. The Tenor (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 2:35
c. Pour More Here (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 0:34
d. This Night (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 3:41
e. If It Were Possible (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 3:46
f. Warsaw (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 2:37
g. The Queen Plays Cards (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 2:57
h. Letters That Won't Arrive (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 4:27
i. In The Fog (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 3:43
j. Prayer (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 2:11
k. Lullaby (Lalo Schifrin/Avi Koren) - 5:52

Note: Other titles without Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: a-k on Helicon (Is) HL-8081 [CD] titled KOL NIDRE/TONIGHT, A MUSICAL (as by Rita/David (Dudu) Fisher). 


IMPRESIONES: FANTASY FOR TRUMPET AND ORCHESTRA
Lalo Schifrin
Glendale, California: October 21, 1991
Doc Severinson (tp) with the Glendale Symphony Orchestra; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Impresiones: Fantasy For Trumpet and Orchestra (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)

     i. El Poeta
     ii. La Campana
     iii. La Voz
     iv. El Rio
     v. Chacona
     vi. La Ciudad de Fiesta

Note: Commissioned by Doc Severinson, "Impresiones" is modeled on Miles Davis/Gil Evan's "Sketches of Spain" and based on a Spanish Poem by Federica Garcia Lorca, "Impresiones."

Issues: None.


A WOMAN NAMED JACKIE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1991

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast as a TV miniseries beginning October 13, 1991.

Issues: None


F/X2 (aka F/X2--THE DEADLY ART OF ILLUSION)
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: c. December 1991
Ernie Watts (ts,ss) with unknown p,synth,el-g,el-b,strings.

a. F/X 2 (Theme) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:42
(additional titles unknown)

Note: Additional cues by Michael Boddicker. 

Issues: None.
Samplers: a on Velvet Satin (E) VSD5209 [CD] (unauthorized and limited to 300 copies) titled SCREEN THEMES 2 (other titles without Schifrin) and
Sunshine Entertainment (Eu) 2005 [CD] (unauthorized) titled AFTER THE SUNSET.


ROMANCING THE FILM
Lalo Schifrin/Rochester Pops
Hochstein School of Music; Rochester, New York: c. 1991-92
Lalo Schifrin (cond) with unknown members of the Rochester Pops.

a. [Gone With the Wind] Tara's Theme (Max Steiner) - 4:03
b. [The Wizard of Oz] Over the Rainbow (Harold Arlen) - 3:59
c. Around the World in 80 Days (Victor Young) - 3:13
d. [Breakfast at Tiffany's] Moon River (Henry Mancini) - 3:33
e. Lawrence of Arabia (Maurice Jarre) - 3:56
f. [Doctor Zhivago] Lara's Theme (Maurice Jarre) - 6:00
g. Cool Hand Luke (Symphonic Sketches) (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:55
h. [The Godfather] Love Theme (Nino Rota) - 2:47
i. Space Medley: A Space Odyssey (Richard Struass)/Star Wars (John Williams) - 9:22

same, except Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond).

j. [Casablanca] As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfield) - 4:21

same, except Lalo Schifrin (cond); William Braughton (arr).

k. [Dirty Dancing] (I've Had) the Time of My Life (Frank Previte/Donald Markowitz/John DeNicola) - 3:36 [also on Concert Gold CG3656 [CD]]
l. Little Mermaid Medley (Alan Menken) - 6:51

Issues: a-l on Pro Arte CDS577 [CD], Sion (Ger) 18210 [CD]. a-l also on on 6221 [CD] titled MOVIE MAGIC. a-f and h-k on Concert Gold CG3651 [CD] titled HOLLYWOOD: THE GREATEST HITS FEATURING TV/FILM CONDUCTOR LALO SCHIFRIN
Samplers: k also on Concert Gold CG3656 [CD], a various-artists compilation titled ROMANCE: THE MUSIC OF LOVE. g also on Aleph 022 [CD] titled COOL HAND LUKE.
Producer: Anton Kwiatkowski
Engineer: Anton Kwiatkowski. Assistant Engineer: Paul Kwiatkowski
Notes: Rob Enslin, etc.


FRIENDS FOR LIFE/AMIGOS PARA SIEMPRE -- ROMANTIC SONGS OF THE WORLD
Jose Carreras -- Arranged and Conducted by Lalo Schifrin
Orchestra: CTS Studios; London: February 1992
Vocals: Studio 33; Hamburg, Germany: March 1992
Jose Carreras with the London Symphony Orchestra arranged and conducted by Lalo Schifrin.

a. Il Nostro Concerto (Bindi/Calabrese) - 2:56
b. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (McColl) - 4:06
c. La Verdad de tu Amor (adapted from the theme to THE FOX) (Schifrin/Rivera) - 3:49 
d. Anema e Core (D'Esposito/Manilo) - 3:47
e. What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life (Legrand/Bergman) - 4:33
f. Et Maintenant (Becaud/Belanoe/Sigman) - 3:29
g. Insensatez (Jobim/Demoraes) - 3:35
h. Send in the Clowns (Sondheim) - 5:12
i. Besame Mucho (Velasquez) - 4:37
j. Somewhere (Bernstein/Sondheim) - 4:10
k. Les Feuilles Mortes (Kosma/Prevert) - 4:10
l. El Dia Que me Quieras (Gardel/Le Pera) - 3:37
m. The Summer Knows (Legrand/Bergman) - 4:00
n. Cara Mia (Trapani/Lang) - 2:54

Evergreen Recording Studios; Los Angeles/Power Station; New York: May 1992
Jose Carreras with the London Symphony Orchestra arranged and conducted by Lalo Schifrin.

o. Share the Dream (from ¡MANHATTAN MERINGUE!) (Schifrin/David) - 3:09

London/Surrey/New York: May 1992
Jose Carreras, Sarah Brightman--1 (vcl), David Cullen, Andrew Lloyd Webber (orchestration); Harry Rabinowitz (cond) with the London Symphony Orchestra.

p. Amigos para siempre (Friends for Life) (Official Song of the Barcelona Games) (Webber/Black) - 4:32

Issues: a-p on Atlantic 82413-2 [CD]
Producer: a-o: Lalo Schifrin, p: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Nigel Wright.
Engineer: Dick Lewzey (London), Luis Rodgriguez and Carlo Thomas (Hamburg) and Peter Granet (New York).
Notes: Jose Carreras and unknown


CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS
Mona and Reneé Golabek
Ocean Way Studios, California: c. 1992
Mona Golabek, Reneé Golabek (p) with the Hollywood Chamber Orchestra, Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Part II: Instrumental Version  (Camille Saint-Saëns)

overdubbed, Arte Johnson (vcl).

b. Introduction (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Charlton Heston (vcl).

c. The Royal March Of The Lion (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, James Earl Jones (vcl).

d. The Cocks And The Hens (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Betty White (vcl).

e. The Wild Animals (Jackass) (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Lynn Redgrave (vcl).

f. The Turtles (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

same, Nico Abondola (b solo). Overdubbed, William Shatner (vcl).

g. The Elephant (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Joan Rivers (vcl).

h. The Kangaroos (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Ted Danson (vcl).

i. The Aquarium (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Lily Tomlin (vcl).

j. The Mule (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Deborah Raffin (vcl).

k. The Cuckoo In The Wind (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Audrey Hepburn (vcl).

l. The Birds (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Dudley Moore (vcl).

m. The Pianists (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Walter Matthau (vcl).

n. The Fossils (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

same, John Walz (cello solo). Overdubbed, Jaclyn Smith (vcl).

o. The Swans (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

overdubbed, Arte Johnson (vcl).

p. The Grand Finale (Camille Saint-Saëns/Ogden Nash)

Note: (1) Dove Kids 30550 [tape] issued with poster to color and four crayons.(2) The issue, [No Label] [No. no.] [CD], which lists Mona and Reneé Golabek as session leaders, considers b-p as one title, titled "Part I".

Issues: a-p on [No Label] [No. no.] [CD]. b-p on Dove Kids 30550 [tape], Dove Audio 30560 [tape], Dove Audio 30700 [CD].
Producer: Patty Laursen, Mona Golabek and Kim Weeks. Executive Producers: Michael Viner and Deborah Raffin (Dove Audio 30560 [tape], Dove Audio 30700 [CD]). Mona Golabek, Patty Laursen ([No Label] [No. no.] [CD]).
Engineer: Roger Helms
Notes: Not Listed


THE 21ST CENTURY PIANO PROJECT
National Symphony Orchestra/Mstislav Rostropovich
Washington, DC: June 11, 1992
Cristina Oritz (p) with the National Symphony Orchestra; Mstislav Rostropovich (cond).

a. Piano Concerto No. 2 (The Americas) (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin) 
     - Blues
     - Tango
     - Carnaval

Nikolai Petrov (p) with the National Symphony Orchestra; Mstislav Rostropovich (cond).

b. Piano Concerto No. 4 (Sharp Keys) (Premiere) (Rodion Shchedrin)

Stephen Hough (p) with the National Symphony Orchestra; Mstislav Rostropovich (cond).

c. Piano Concerto No. 2 (Premiere) (Stephen Hough)

Note: Commissioned by the Steinway Foundation.

Issues: None.


THE BEST OF MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - THEN AND NOW
Lalo Schifrin and John E. Davis
Tel Aviv, Israel: possibly 1992
Lalo Schifrin (comp,arr,cond) and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

a. Mission: Impossible (Live from Israel) (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:07

Note: See also 1966 listing for Schifrin's original main title and end title themes as well as suites from five episodes of the original Mission: Impossible series. The remainder of GNP Crescendo GNPD8029 by John E. Davis for the 1988-90 series, Mission: Impossible.

Issues: a on GNP GNPD8029 [CD], GNP (Jap) KICP321 [CD]
Producer: Neil Norman. Executive Producer: Mark Banning
Engineer: Michael James, et. al.
Notes: Patrick White, Lalo Schifrin, John E. Davis 


TROMPETTISSIMO
Maurice Andre
c. 1992
Wolfgang Karius (org); Jean-Francois Jenny Clark (b); Daniel Humair (d); Niels Lan Doky (harpsichord); Harmonia Nova; Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

a. Te Deum. Introduction (M Charpentier)

Maurice Andre (tpt); Jean-Marc Pulfer (org); Guy Pederson (b); Gus Wallez (d); Jean-Michel Defaye (arr).

b. Suite/Ouverture no. 3 BWV 1068 (J.S. Bach)
    - Aria
    - Gavotte
c. Kantate BWV 78
d. Suite/Ouverture no. 2 BWV 1067
e. Kantate BWV 140 Choral "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme"
f. Suite/Ouverture no. 2 BWV 1067
g. Bourrees I & II (J.S. Bach)
h. Le quattro stagioni. Largo (A. Vivaldi)
i. Brandenburgisches konzert nr. 3 BWV 1048. Allegro (Bach)
j. Adieu Venise (B. Marcello)
k. Allemande (A. Corelli)
l. Fugatissimo (J. Defaye)
m. Allegro (G.F. Handel)
n. Melodie (D. Cimarosa)
o. Water Music (G.F. Handel)

Note: Complete title listed on the cover sleeve of Erato 4509-01771-2 [CD] is SWINGING BAROQUE -- MAURICE ANDRE -- TROMPETTISSMO.

Issues: a-o on Erato 4509-01771-2 [CD] , WEA 807 [CD]


CANTARES ARGENTINOS
Lalo Schifrin
Live at Viva La Music!, Los Angeles, California: November 1992
Lalo Schifrin (arr,adapt--1,text--2,comp); Evaristo Carriego (text--3); Los Angeles Master Chorale (vcl); Paul Salamunovich (dir).

Cantares Argentinos [Premiere]
     a. Anngeles Llegan--1
     b. Il Inca de Tucuman--2
     c. El Gaucho Cubillos--1
     d. Offertorio Galante--1,--3
     e. Vidalita de Carnaval--1

Issues: None


JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY
Lalo Schifrin
London, England: November 1992
Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond); Ray Brown (b); Grady Tate (d) acc by the London Philharmonic.

a. Battle Hymn of the Republic (Traditional) - 6:28
b. Echoes of Duke Ellington (Ellington) - 12:47
c. Bach to the Blues (aka Blues for Johann Sebastian) (Bach/Lalo Schifrin) - 5:24
d. Brush Strokes (Lalo Schifrin) * - 2:59
e. I Can't Get Started (Duke) - 3:29
f. Brazilian Impressions (Bonfa/Jobim) - 5:33
g. Blues in the Bassment (Brown) - 4:13
h. The Fox (aka The Fox Symphony) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:49 
i. As Time Goes By (Hupfield) - 5:21
j. Dizzy Gillespie Fireworks (Gillespie) - 13:35

Note:  (*) includes elements of themes similar to Schifrin's "The Big Brawl" and "Variations." 

Issues: a-j on Atlantic Jazz 82506 [CD], eastwest (Eur) 4509 92004-2 [CD], eastwest (Jap)AMCE-1128 [CD]. 
Samplers: a-j also on Aleph 012 [CD] titled JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY COLLECTION (see December 1993, January 1995 and April 1998 for additional titles). h (titled "The Fox Symphony") also on Aleph 017 [CD], titled THE FOX.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Dick Lewzey. Assistant Engineer: Mark Chapman. Editing Engineer: Mike Brown
Notes: Lalo Schifrin (with quotes from William Shakespeare and Dizzy Gillespie)


CHRISTMAS IN VIENNA
Placido Domingo/Diana Ross/José Carreras
Rathuas, Vienna: December 23, 1992
Placido Domingo--1, Diana Ross--2, José Carreras--3 (vcl); Gumpoldskirchner Kinderchor (choir); Elisabeth Zieger (chorus master); Lalo Schifrin (arr,adapt); Antoni Paraera Fons (arr—4); Ivan Colomer, Placido Domingo Jr. (arr--5); Wiener Symphoniker conducted by Vjekoslav Sutet.

a. Introduction: Jingle Bells
b. Mille Cherubini in Corro--3
c. Amazing Grace--2
d. Wiegenlied--1
e. Carol of the Drum--2,--3
f. The Gift of Love [LS out]--5
g. Navidad [LS out]--4
h. White Christmas--1,--2
i. Ave Maria [Schubert]--3
j. Ave Maria [Mascagni]--1
k. It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year--2
l. Adestes Fideles--1,--3
m. If We Hold on Together--2
n. Medley--1,--2,--3
--O Tannenbaum
--Minuit
--Chrétien
--Jingle Bells
--La Virgen Lava Pañales
--O Little Town of Bethlehem
o. Tu Scendi Dalle Stelle
p. Joy to the World
q. Stille Nacht--1,--2,--3

Issues: a-q on Sony SK53358 [CD]


VIENNA
Julia Migenes/Lalo Schifrin
Vienna, Austria: March 1993
Julia Migenes (vcl); Symphonie Orchester Der Weiner Volksoper; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Grüss dich gut du liebes Nestor (Johann Strauss) - 3:23
b. Vilja-Lied/Chanson de Vilya/Vilia's song (Franz Lehàr) - 6:35
c. Mein Herr Marquis (Johann Strauss) - 3:32
d. Gehen wir ins Chambre séparée (Richard Heuberger) - 3:50
e. Einer wird kommen (Franz Lehàr) - 4:00
f. Liebe, du Himmel auf Erden (Paganni) - 3:18
g. Du sollst der Kaiser meiner Seele sein (Robert Stolz) - 3:45
h. Klänge der Heimat (Johann Strauss) - 4:30
i. Komm, komm, Held mein treuer (Oscar Straus) - 3:32
j. Weißt du nicht, was ein Herz voller Sehnsucht begehrt (Franz Lehàr) - 4:10
k. Sag armes Herzchen (Franz Lehàr) - 4:00
l. Spiel auf deiner Geige (Robert Stolz) - 3:40
m. Ich bin verliebt (Franz Lehàr) - 4:07
n. Czardas (Emmerich Kalman) - 4:55

Issues: a-n on Erato (Ger) 4509-92875-2 [CD]
Producer: Tim Oldham
Engineer: Jean Chatauret
Notes: Maurice Béjart, Andrew Lamb


THE BEST OF LALO SCHIFRIN
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1966 and 1976. Issued: June 23, 1993.

a. Mission: Impossible - Main Title 
(from THE BEST OF MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - THEN AND NOW) - 0:49
b. Black Widow (from BLACK WIDOW) - 4:15
c. Flamingo (from BLACK WIDOW) - 4:28
d. Moonglow/Theme From Picnic (from BLACK WIDOW) - 5:36
e. Jaws (from BLACK WIDOW) - 5:47
f. Turning Point (from BLACK WIDOW) - 3:28
g. Dragonfly (from BLACK WIDOW) - 5:15
h. Towering Toccata (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 5:02
i. Frances' Theme (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 4:19
j. Eagles In Love (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 2:49
k. Theme From King Kong (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 4:12
l. Most Wanted Theme (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 2:42
m. Rollercoaster (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 4:48

Issues: a-m on CTI (Jap) KICP-322 [CD].
Producer: Yochi Nakao
Notes: Haruo Ishii


THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1993

(titles unknown titles)

Note: The soundtrack album titled THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES (Fox 66313-2 [CD]) is a collection of popular songs by various artists and contains none of Schifrin's score.

Issues: None (20th Century Fox).


SYMPHONY NO. 1 (LILI'UOKALANI SYMPHONY)
Lalo Schifrin/Honolulu Symphony Orchestra
Honolulu, Hawaii: c. 1993

Lalo Schifrin conducting the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra.

Symphony No. 1 (Lili’uokalani Symphony) (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)
     a. First Movement  
     b. Second Movement
     c. Third Movement
     d. Fourth Movement

Note: Commissioned by The Queen Lili'uokalani Trust.

Issues: None.


TEPUY
Tepuy
Washington, DC: c. 1993
Alvaro Encinas (key,g,charango, perc); Carlos Gimenez (Venezuelan cuatro, mandolin, b, maracas, bgo); Alberto Lora (quena, zampona, chajchas, maracas); Angel Coronel (bombo, maracas, chajchas, palo de agua) plus vocals and others.

a. Alejandria = Alexandria (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Other titles without Schifrin.

Issues: a on Tepuy/Enbor 0529 [CD]


MORE JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY
Lalo Schifrin
London: December 1993
Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond); Jon Faddis (tp); Paquito D'Rivera (ts); James Morrison (flhrn); Ray Brown (b); Grady Tate (d) acc by the London Philharmonic.

a. Sketches of Miles - 12:27
     - All Blues (Miles Davis)
     - So What (Miles Davis)
     - Miles (from Milestones) (Miles Davis)
     - Aranjuez (based on the 2nd Movement of Concerto of Aranjuez) 
       (Joaquin Rodrigo)
     - Green Dolphin Street (Bronislaw Kaper)
     - Oleo (Sonny Rollins)
     - Four (Miles Davis)
     - Move (Denzil Best)
b. Down Here on the Ground (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:00
c. Chano (aka Long, Long Summer) (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:44
d. Begin the Beguine (Cole Porter) - 7:07
e. Django (John Lewis) - 5:53
f. Old Friends (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:40
g. Madrigal (based on Renaissance) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:04
h. Portrait of Louis Armstrong - 13:30
     - Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen* (Public Domain)
     - When It's Sleepytime Down South (Rene/Rene/Muse)
     - Someday (Louis Armstrong)
     - After You've Gone (Creamer/Layton)
     - St. Louis Blues (W. Handy)
     - Some of These Days (Brooks)
     - Struttin' With Some Barbeque (Louis Armstrong)
     - I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Fields/McHugh)

Note: (*) includes elements of Schifrin's "New Orleans Processional." 

Issues: a-h on Atlantic Jazz 82653 [CD], EastWest 4509-95589-2 [CD], EastWest (Jap) AMCE-1129 [CD]. 
Samplers: a-h also on Aleph 012 [CD] titled JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY COLLECTION (see November 1992, January 1995 and April 1998 for additional titles). a also on
Scarecrow Press 0-8108-5946-7/978-0-8108-5946-3 [Book/CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: MY LIFE IN MUSIC. b also on Aleph 022 [CD] titled COOL HAND LUKE.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Dick Lewzey
Notes: Lalo Schifrin


MISSION: ANTHOLOGY
Lalo Schifrin
Recorded 1967-1968. Issued: April 11, 1994

a. Mission: Impossible (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
b. Jim On The Move (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
c. Operation Charm (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
d. Sniper (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
e. Rollin Hand (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
f. The Plot (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
g. Wide Willy (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
h. Cinnamon (The Lady Was Made To Be Loved) (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
i. Barney Does It All (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
j. Danger (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
k. Mission Blues (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
l. Self Destruct (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
m. Affair In Madrid (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
n. Midnight Courier (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
o. The Chelsea Memorandum (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
p. More Mission (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
q. Intrigue (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
r. Danube Incident (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
s. Foul Play (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
t. The Getaway (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
u. Secret Code (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN' ON)
v. Mission: Accomplished (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)

Issues: a-v on One Way MCAD-22122 [CD], One Way (Jap) MSIF2204 [CD].


BANDIDO! (A Musical Stage Production)
Mark Taper Forum; Los Angeles, California: c. June 1994
Oscar Cartaya, Enrique Castillo, Richard Coca, David Holcenberg, Patty Holley, Steve Hull, Lettie Ibarra, Marabina Jaimes, Jeff Juday, Linda Kerns, Linda Lopez, Sal Lopez, Karl Fredrik, Michele Mais, A Martinez, George McDaniel, Tony Perez, Clive Revill, Rafael H. Robledo, Al Rodrigo, Saundra Santiago, Mark Slama, Ramon Stagnaro, Efrain Toto, Pamela Winslow (actors/vocals); Luiz Valdez (lyrics); Lalo Schifrin (comp); David Holcenberg (vcl arr); Karl Fredrik Lundenberg (musical arr); musicians unknown.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None


THE 3 TENORS IN CONCERT 1994
Carreras/Domingo/Pavarotti with Mehta
Live at Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles: July 16, 1994
Jose Carreras (vcl); Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Alexander Treger (concert master); Los Angeles Music Center Opera Chorus; Randall Behr (chorus master); Zubin Mehta (cond).

a. O Souverain, O Juge, O Pere (Carreras)

same, except Placido Domingo (vcl) replaces Jose Carreras.

b. Amor, Vida de Mi Vida (Domingo)

same, except Luciano Pavarotti (vcl) replaces Placido Domingo.

c. Pourquoi Me Reveiller (Pavarotti)

same, except Jose Carreras (vcl) replaces Luciano Pavarotti. Palmer (arr).

d. With a Song in My Heart (Carreras)--2

same, except Placido Domingo (vcl) replaces Jose Carreras.

e. Granada (Domingo)--3

same, except Luciano Pavarotti (vcl) replaces Placido Domingo. Henry Mancini (arr).

f. Non ti Scordar di Me (Pavarotti)--1

Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Alexander Treger (concert master); Los Angeles Music Center Opera Chorus; Randall Behr (chorus master); Zubin Mehta (cond); Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchesrtration).

g. A Tribute to Hollywood  
     1. My Way
     2. Moon River
     3. Because
     4. Singin' in the Rain

same, Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti out. Lozi (arr) replaces Lalo Schifrin.

h. Tu, Ca Nun Chiangne  

same, Placido Domingo (vcl) replaces Jose Carreras. Lozi out.

i. Vesti la giubba  

same, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl) replaces Placido Domingo.

j. Nessun Dorma! 

Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Alexander Treger (concert master); Los Angeles Music Center Opera Chorus; Randall Behr (chorus master); Zubin Mehta (cond); Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchestration).

k. Around the World Medley 
     1. America
     2. All I Ask of You
     3. Funiculi, Funicula
     4. Sous les Ponts de Paris
     5. Brazil
     6. Be My Love
     7. Marechaire
     8. Lippen Schweigen
     9. Santa Lucia Luntana
     10.Those Were the Days
     11. Te Quiero Dijiste
     12. Torna A Surriento

Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Alexander Treger (concert master); Los Angeles Music Center Opera Chorus; Randall Behr (chorus master); Zubin Mehta (cond).

l. (Encore) La Donna e Mobile  
m. (Encore) Libiamo ne' Lietti Calici 

Issues: a-m on Atlantic 82614-2 [CD]. 
Samplers: g3, g4, k3, k4, k5, k8, k12, l & m also on Decca 289 466 999-2 [CD] titled THE BEST OF THE 3 TENORS: THE GREATEST TRIOS.


¡MANHATTAN MERENGUE!
Lalo Schifrin
San Juan, Puerto Rico; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Group IV, Hollywood: 1994

Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond); Manuel Tejada (comp,cond), Sonny Hernandez (vcl)--1, Joes (Pepe) Ojeda (arr)--1.

a. Share the Dream (Lalo Schifrin/Hal David)
(additional titles unknown)

Issues: None.


JAZZ ON TOUR 
JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY
Live in Montreux, Switzerland: 1994

Lalo Schifrin with unknown orchestra.

a. Portrait of Louis Armstrong

Live in Munich, Germany: 1994
Lalo Schifrin with Bavarian Radio Orchestra

b. Echoes of Duke Ellington

Live in Montreux Switzerland: 1994
Lalo Schifrin with unknown orchestra.

c. Sketches of Miles

Live in Pori, Finland: 1994
Lalo Schifrin with Turkuu Symphony Orchestra

d. Dizzy Gillespie's Fireworks

Note: The above titles are part of a 70-minute documentary film directed Kurt Robé for German television. The film, which first aired on October 30, 1994, includes footage from a 1994 concert tour of Europe, featuring concert performances mixed with interviews with musicians and audience members (special thanks to Peter Preuss for this addition).

Issues: None.


MÜNCHNER KLAVIERSOMMER
(MUNICH PIANO SUMMER)
Lalo Schifrin - Jazz Meets The Symphony

Live at Philharmonie am Gasteig, Munich, Germany: 1994
James Morrison (tp, tb); Lalo Schifrin (p, cond); Ray Brown (b); Grady Tate (d) with the Munich Radio Orchestra.

a. Down Here On The Ground (featuring Lalo Schifrin)
b. Battle Hymn Of The Republic (featuring Lalo Schifrin)
c. Brush Strokes (featuring Grady Tate)
d. Blues In The Bassment (featuring Ray Brown)
e. I Can't Get Started (featuring James Morrison)
f. Madrigal (featuring James Morrison, Lalo Schifrin)
g. Mission: Impossible (featuring James Morrison, Lalo Schifrin) 

Note: The above titles are part of a 43-minute documentary film directed by Dieter Hens which aired on German television sometime during 1994 (special thanks to Peter Preuss for this addition). A 144-minute documentary of the entire concert titled LALO SCHIFRIN - JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY aired on Classica (German television) on November 2, 1998.

Issues: None.


THE MUSIC OF THE GAMES: WORLD CUP USA 94
Various Artists - Theme Song By Lalo Schifrin (Gary Stockdale)
c. 1995

Gary Stockdale (vcl, background vcl); Terry Wood, David Morgan, Ron Hicklin, Marie Cain (background vcl) with others unknown.

a. 2 Billion Hearts (Lalo Schifrin/Marie Cain/Gary Stockdale) - 4:59

Walt Johnson (tp solo) with others unknown.

b. Main Title "2 Billion Hearts" (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:53

Note: Other titles (probably) without Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: a-b on [no label] [no number] [CD].
Producer: Gary Stockdale
Engineer: Shane McMartin and Lisle Leete


TWO BILLION HEARTS
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1995

Lalo Schifrin.

a. Two Billion Hearts (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Brazilian documentary film produced by Sports Target Media.

Issues: None


FIREBIRD
Lalo Schifrin
CTS Studios, London: January 1995
Jon Faddis (tp); James Morrison (flhrn,tb,tp); Paquito D'Rivera (as,cl); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond,p); Ray Brown (b); Grady Tate (d) with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

a. Birdland (Joe Zawinul) - 5:53
b. Vignettes of Fats Waller (Medley)
     - Willow Tree (Fats Waller/Andy Razaf) - 2:20
     - The Jitterbug Waltz (Fats Waller) - 1:18
     - Lounging at the Waldorf (Fats Waller) - 0:28
     - I've Got the Feeling I'm Falling (Fats Waller) - 0:53
     - Lounging at the Waldorf (Fats Waller) - 0:10
     - Ain't Misbehavin' (Fats Waller/Harry Brooks/Andy Razaf) - 1:35
     - Groovin' High (Dizzy Gillespie) - 0:22
     - Honeysuckle Rose (Fats Waller/Andy Razaf) - 0:57
     - Scapple from the Apple (Charlie Parker) - 0:09
c. Around the Day in Eighty Worlds (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:47
d. Mission: Impossible (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:11/Take Five (Paul Desmond) - 0:16
e. Eine Kleine Jazz Musik (A Little Jazz Music) 
(aka Beneath A Weeping Willow Shade) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:20
f. An American in Paris (George Gershwin) - 2:34/Parisian Thoroughfare (Earle "Bud" Powell) - 1:23
g. It's You Or No One (Sammy Cahn/Jule Styne) - 4:42
h. El Dorado (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:54
i. Charlie Parker: The Firebird (Medley)
     - Firebird Suite (Igor Stravinsky) - 0:08
     - Parker's Mood (Charlie Parker) - 0:19
     - Fallen Feathers (Quincy Jones) - 0:22
     - Firebird Suite (Igor Stravinsky) - 0:15
     - April in Paris (Vernon Duke/E.Y. Harburg) - 1:09
     - How High the Moon (from Two for the Show) 
       (Nancy Hamilton/Morgan Lewis) - 0:14
     - Firebird Suite (Igor Stravinsky) - 0:04
     - Just Friends (Sam Lewis/John Klenner) - 1:08
     - I'll Remember April (Gene DePaul/Patricia Johnston/Don Raye) - 1:41
     - Firebird Suite (Igor Stravinsky) - 0:13
     - Repetition (Neil Hefti) - 1:27
     - Firebird Suite (Igor Stravinsky) - 0:30
     - Donna Lee (Charlie Parker) - 0:23
     - Firebird Suite (Igor Stravinsky) - 0:09
     - Cherokee (Ray Noble) - 0:50
     - Firebird Suite (Igor Stravinsky) - 0:11
     - Lover Man (O Where Can You Be) 
       (Roger Ramirez/Jimmy Davis/Jimmy Sherman) -  2:13
     - Parker's Mood (Charlie Parker) - 0:24
     - Now's the Time (Charlie Parker) - 0:36

Note: (1) Complete title listed on the cover sleeve of Four Winds FW2004 [CD] is LALO SCHIFRIN--FIREBIRD--JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY NO. 3--THE LONDON PHILHARMONIC--FEAT. RAY BROWN, GRADY TATE, JON FADDIS, JAMES MORRISON & PAQUITO D'RIVERA. (2) "El Dorado" features part of Schifrin theme for "The Man from THRUSH" (issued on THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. and ONCE A THIEF). 

Issues: a-i on Four Winds FW2004 [CD], EastWest (Eu) 0630 10513-2 [CD]. 
Samplers: a-i also on Aleph 012 [CD] titled JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY COLLECTION (see November 1992, December 1993 and April 1998 for additional titles). d & i also on
Scarecrow Press 0-8108-5946-7/978-0-8108-5946-3 [Book/CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: MY LIFE IN MUSIC. h also on Jazziz JZD1196 [CD] titled JAZZIZ ON DISC: NOVEMBER 1996.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Dick Lewzey. Assistant Engineer: Toby Wood
Notes: Joel Oliansky


MUSICA DE LAS AMERICAS VOL. I
Marisa Canales
prob. Mexico: c. 1995

Marisa Canales (f); Benjamin Juarez Echenique (cond) with Conjunto de Camara de la Ciudad de Mexico.

Concierto para Flauta y Pequeña Orquesta ( Samuel Zyman)
     a. Allegro Assai - 7:43
     b. Lento e Molto Espressivo - 5:22
     c. Presto - 5:26

Marisa Canales (f); Lidia Tamayo (harp); Benjamin Juarez Echenique (cond) with Conjunto de Camara de la Ciudad de Mexico.

Tres Tangos (Lalo Schifrin) 
     d. [quarter note] ca. 126 - 3:28
     e. [quarter note] ca. 80 - 4:26
     f. [eighth note] ca. 192 - 3:21

Marisa Canales (f); Ana Maria Tradatti (p); Benjamin Juarez Echenique (cond) with Conjunto de Camara de la Ciudad de Mexico.

Sonata para Flauta y Piano (Samuel Zyman)
     g. Allegro Energico - 6:54
     h. Lento Espressivo - 5:15
     i. Allegro Molto - 5:27

Issues: a-i on Urtext Digital Classics (Mex) JBCC001 [CD]
Producer: Bogdan Zawistowsky, Benjamin Juarez Echenique
Engineer: Tony Beecher, Bogdan Zawistowsky
Notes: Carlos Rosas B.


LILI’UOKALANI SYMPHONY
Lalo Schifrin
Orchestra: Austria Center; Vienna, Austria: February 7 and 8, 1995
Chorus: Commercial Recording Studio; Honolulu, Hawaii: March 27, 1995
Lalo Schifrin conducting the Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Honolulu Youth Opera Chorus conducted by Nola Nabula and the Kamehameha Elementary School Children’s Chorus conducted by Lynell Bright.

Lili’uokalani Symphony [aka Symphony No. 1] (Lalo Schifrin)
     a. First Movement - 17:18
     b. Second Movement - 13:29 
     c. Third Movement - 7:39
     d. Fourth Movement - 18:26

Note: Commissioned by The Queen Lili'uokalani Trust.

Issues: a-d on Urtext Digital Classics (Mex) JBCC006 [CD]
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Neil Hannahs
Engineer: Jiri Pospichal, Gustav Soral, Don Tyler
Notes: Queen Lili'uokalani, Nelissa Caram from notes by Lalo Schifrin


GILLESPIANA
Lalo Schifrin with the Carnegie Hall Jazz Orchestra
Live at Carnegie Hall; New York City: February 23, 1995

Jon Faddis (tp); Steve Turre (tb); Frank Wess (f); Dick Oatts (as); Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond,p); Lewis Nash; others unknown.

Gillespiana Suite
     a. Prelude
     b. Blues
     c. Panamericana
     d. Africana
     e. Toccata

Note: Gillespiana was performed as part of the Carnegie Hall Jazz Orchestra's February 23, 1995, repetory presentation, Trumpet Tribute. Other features included Clark Terry, a Miles Davis Tribute arranged by Slide Hampton and a Louis Armstrong medley arranged by Randy Sandke (all without Schifrin).

Issues: None


HOMMAGE À RAVEL
Lalo Schifrin
Pasadena, California: March 12, 1995
Eaken Piano Trio: Gloria Whitney (p); John Eaken (vln), Nancy Baun (cello)..

a. Hommage à Ravel (A Four Piece Suite For Violin, Violincello and Piano) [Premiere] (Lalo Schifrin)

     i. Introduction
     ii. Tango
     iii. Elegie
     iv. Finale

Note: Commissioned by the Eaken Piano Trio.

Issues: None (see the November 1-11, 1996, listing for recording and issue of this title).


SCORPION SPRING
Lalo Schifrin
Group IV Recorders; Hollywood, California: c. 1995
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with others unknown.

a. Scorpion Spring (Lalo Schifrin)
[other cues/titles unknown]

Note: Additional music by Ben Vaughn.

Issues: None


LES PLUS BELLES MUSIQUE DE FILMS: 100 ANS DE CINEMA
Lalo Schifrin
Live at the Opera de Marseille; Marseille, France: December 8, 1995
Franck Pantin (p), Patrick Manouguian (el-g); Jannick Top (el-b); Pierre Michelot (b); Andre Ceccarelli (d); Sylvie Flamin (acc); Pierre Hommage (vln); with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Marseille; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. March of the "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (aka Raiders of the Lost Ark March)
(Williams) - 5:21

same, Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond).

b. As Time Goes By (H. Hupfield) - 4:28

same, add Julia Migenes (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

c. The Summer Knows (Legrand/Bergman)

same, Julia Migenes out.

d. The Entertainer (Joplin) - 3:12 

same, add Dee Dee Bridgewater (vcl).

e. The Way We Were (Hamlisch)

same, Dee Dee Bridgewater out.

f. Psychose (Le Meurte) (Herrmann) 

same, add Julia Migenes (vcl), Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

g. Piensa en Mi (A. Lara/M.T. Lara) - 4:10

same, Julia Migenes out, Lalo Schifrin (cond).

h. Hommage a Nino Rota (aka Hommage To Nina Rota) - 5:45
     1. La Strada (N. Rota)
     2. Love Theme From The Godfather (N. Rota) 

same, add Dee Dee Bridgewater (vcl), Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond)

i. Les Feuilles Mortes (Prevert/Kosma) 

same, Dee Dee Bridgewater out.

j. Les Grands Themes du Western (aka Western Medley) - 7:30
     1. High Noon (D. Tiomkin) 
     2. The Magnificent Seven (E. Bernstein)
     3. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (E. Morricone)

same, Lalo Schifrin (cond).

k. Theme from "Gone With the Wind" [aka Tara's Theme] (M. Steiner) - 3:52 
l. The Theme to [from] James Bond (J. Barry) - 2:48  

same, add Dee Dee Bridgewater (vcl), Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond)

m. Cabaret (Kanter/Ebb) 

same, Dee Dee Bridgewater out, Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond).

n. The Fox (Schifrin) - 5:03

same, add Julia Migenes (vcl), Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

o. Evergreen

same, Julia Migenes out, Lalo Schifrin (p,cond).

p. The Policeman 
(accompanies clips from the films EASY STREET and THE POLICEMAN)

same, Lalo Schifrin (cond).

q. Two Scenes by the Lumiere Brothers  
(accompanies clips of two Lumiere Brothers films)

same, add Dee Dee Bridgewater (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

r. The Shadow of Your Smile (J. Mandel) - 3:35

same, Julia Migenes (vcl) replaces Dee Dee Bridgewater.

s. India Song (D'Alessio) 

same, Dee Dee Bridgewater out, Lalo Schifrin (cond).

t. Classics Medley - 8:45
     1. Lawrence of Arabia (M. Jarre)
     2. The Third Man (A. Karas)
     3. Dr. Zhivago (M. Jarre/P.F. Webster)
     4. Zorba the Greek (M. Theodorakis) 

same, add Julia Migenes (vcl).

u. The Summer Knows

same, add Dee Dee Bridgewater (vcl).

v. Les Plus Belles Chansons de Films (aka, Song Medley, Movie Songs Medley) -16:00
     1. Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head (Bachrach/David)
     2. Over the Rainbow (H. Arlen)
     3. Manha de Carnaval (L. Bonfa)
     4. Calling You (B. Telson)
     5. The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (J. Demy/M. Legrand)
     6. New York, New York (F. Ebb/J. Kender)

same, Julia Migenes, Dee Dee Bridgewater out.

w. Space Medley  
     1. Also Sprach Zarathustra (Strauss)
     2. Star Wars "Theme" (Williams)

Encore: same, Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond).

x. Mission: Impossible (Schifrin) 

same, add Julia Migenes, Dee Dee Bridgewater

y. New York, New York

NOTE: (1) A feature presentation of this performance was produced under the title LES PLUS BELLES MUSIQUE DE FILMS (broadcast July 2, 1998, as SALUTE TO MOVIE MUSIC on the American cable television channel A&E). The one hour, twenty five minute feature, directed by Guy Joe, presented the above program as follows: j, q, v, l, s, r, h-2, m, g, t, u, i, w-2, o, e, x & y. Additionally, this feature presentation shows Schifrin playing piano during "Manha de Carnaval" and indicates that "New York, New York" was also reprised as an encore. (2) Aleph 001 [CD] indicates recording dates as December 7 and 8; the actual performance was on December 8, 1995, only. (3) Selection "p" may not have been performed on this occasion: it is listed in Lalo Schifrin's program for the concert, but it is not listed on the official concert program. 

Issues: b, c, g, h, j, l, n, o, r, s, t, u, v & x on WEA (Fr) 0630-13879-2 WE 833 [CD] titled LES PLUS BELLES MUSIQUE DE FILMS: 100 ANS DE CINEMA (issued 1996). a, b, d, g, h, j, k, l, n, r, t & v on Aleph 001 [CD] titled FILMCLASSICS (issued 1997). 
Producer: LRC and Scherzo Music. Executive Producer: LRC.
Engineer: Marcus Herzog, Andy Strange
Notes: Unknown (prob. Lalo Schifrin)
Jacket: Theresa Eastman (Aleph 001).


A CELEBRATION OF CHRISTMAS
José Carreras/Natalie Cole/Plácido Domingo – Music arranged and adapted by Lalo Schifrin
Live at the Austria Center; Vienna, Austria: December 23, 1995
José Carreras, Natalie Cole, Plácido Domingo (vcl); Gumpoldskirchner Spatzen (Wiener Operkinderchor) (choir); Elisabeth Zieger (chorus director); Lalo Schifrin (arr,adapt); Wiener Symphoniker conducted by Vjekoslav Sutet.

a. I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked (O'Hara) - 3:52

same, except José Carreras (vcl).

b. Panis Angelicus (Franck) - 4:02

same, except Plácido Domingo (vcl); Lee Holdridge (arr).

c. O Joyful Children (Holdridge) - 2:47

same, except Natalie Cole (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr,adapt).

d. The Christmas Song (Torme/Wells) - 3:36

same, except José Carreras, Plácido Domingo (vcl).

e. Ay! Para Navidad (Villar) - 1:42

same, except José Carreras, Natalie Cole (vcl).

f. The Holly and the Ivy (Traditional) - 3:59

same, except José Carreras, Natalie Cole, Plácido Domingo (vcl).

g. I’ll Be Home For Christmas (Gannon) - 3:48

same, except Plácido Domingo (vcl).

h. Agnus Dei (Bizet) - 2:58

same, except José Carreras (vcl).

i. The Lord’s Prayer (Malotte) - 3:08

same, except Natalie Cole (vcl).

j. Winter Wonderland (Bernard) - 2:45

same, except José Carreras, Plácido Domingo (vcl).

k. Navidad (Domingo) - 5:22

same, except José Carreras, Natalie Cole, Plácido Domingo (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr).

l. Medley 
   -- White Christmas (Berlin) 2:10
   -- What Child Is This (Traditional) 2:21
   -- Pero Mira Como Beben Los Peces En El Rio (Traditional) 2:33
   -- May Each Day (Green) 2:40
   -- Cantique de Noel (Adam) 2:36
   -- Amazing Grace (Traditional) 3:29
   -- Oh, du Frohliche (Traditional) 1:31
   -- Sleigh Ride (Anderson) 2:18
m. What A Wonderful World (Thiele/Weiss) 3:28
n. Stille Nacht (Gruberr) 4:01

Issues: a-n on Erato/Elektra 62000-2 [CD]
Notes: Michael Letchford 

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