LALO SCHIFRIN

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1996 - 2005

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE...AND MORE!
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1962-1972. Issued: 1996.

a. Mission: Impossible (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE) - 2:30
b. Jim On The Move (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE) - 3:15
c. The Wave (from PIANO, STRINGS & BOSSA NOVA) - 2:38
d. Lalo's Bossa Nova (Samba Para Dos)
     (from PIANO, STRINGS & BOSSA NOVA) - 2:14
e. Maria (from PIANO, STRINGS & BOSSA NOVA) - 2:27
f. Rio After Dark (from PIANO, STRINGS & BOSSA NOVA) - 2:30
g. The Man From THRUSH (from ONCE A THIEF) - 2:56
h. The Cat (from ONCE A THIEF) - 2:39
i. Bachiana Brasileiras #5 (from NEW FANTASY) - 3:51
j. Anpacondra Soul (previously unissued) - 2:39
k. The 'In' Crowd (previously unissued) - 3:11
l. Venice After Dark (from THE VENETIAN AFFAIR) - 2:43
m. Bullitt (Main Title) (from BULLITT) - 2:03
n. On The Way to San Mateo (from BULLITT) - 2:26
o. Danube Incident (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE) - 1:53
p. Dirty Harry - 2:42
q. Theme From "Medical Center" (from MEDICAL CENTER) - 2:45
r. Mission: Impossible - Jimmy Smith - 3:35

Issues: a-r on Motor (Ger) 535 495-2 [CD].
Producer: Christian Kellersmann & Matthias Künnecke
Notes: Frank Jastfelder & Stefan Kassel 


CONCERTOS/TRÓPICOS
Lalo Schifrin
London, England: July and August 1996
Marisa Canales (f); Juan Carlos Laguna (g); Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond); London Symphony Orchestra.

Concierto Caribeño For Flute And Orchestra (1996)
     a. Allegro (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:51
     b. Andantino (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:36
     c. Allegro, motlo vivace (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:14
Concerto For Guitar And Orchestra (1984)
     d. Theme and variations (Lalo Schifrin) - 10:45
     e. Andante lontano (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:11
     f. Rondo, Allegro con brio (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:26
Trópicos For Orchestra (1981)
    
g. I (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:46
     h. II (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:48
     i. III (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:51
     j. IV (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:31
     k. V (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:18

Note: (1) Complete title of Auvidis Travelling K1033 [CD] is LALO SCHIFRIN: CONCIERTO CARIBEÑO FOR FLUTE AND ORCHESTRA, CONCERTO FOR GUITAR AND ORCHESTRA, TRÓPICOS. (2) Concierto Caribeño commissioned by Marisa Canales. (3) The Andantino of the Concierto Caribeño is based on a theme similar to Schifrin's "Recuerdos" (from CHÉ!) and briefly includes themes similar to "Ché" and "La Columna" (from CHÉ!). (4) Concerto For Guitar and Orchestra also performed and recorded by Angel Romero (from LALO SCHIFRIN & VILLA-LOBOS: GUITAR CONCERTOS). The piece is also known as Sinfonia Concertante for Guitar and Orchestra.

Issues: a-k on Auvidis Travelling (Fra) K1033 [CD]. a-k also on Urtext (Mex) JBCC-040 [CD] titled CONCIERTO CARIBEÑO (issued April 2001).
Producer: Benjamin Juarez Echenique
Engineer: Mike Cox
Notes: Mary Pardoe


PSALMS (Cantata)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Tel Aviv, Israel: c. July 1996
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra; prob. Zubin Mehta (cond); Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(unknown titles)

Issues: None


SCHIFRIN MEETS PIAZZOLLA - JAZZ MEETS TANGO
Lalo Schifrin - Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional
Live in Concert at Teatro Gran Rex; Buenos Aires: September 11, 1996

Jon Faddis, Roberto "Fats" Fernandez (tp); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon); Lalo Schifrin (p,cond); Rufus Reid (b); Grady Tate (d) with the National Symphony Orchestra.

a. Adios Nonino (Astor Piazzolla) - 8:00
b. Brush Strokes (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:28
c. Birdland (Joe Zawinul) - 8:35
d. Tres tangos for Bandoneon y Orquesta (Lalo Schifrin)
     - 1 Movimiento - 6:50
     - 2 Movimiento - 5:06
     - 3 Movimiento - 5:36
e. Blues in the Bassment (Ray Brown) - 6:35
f. Begin the Beguine (Cole Porter) - 8:26
g. Portrait of Louis Armstrong (Lalo Schifrin) - 13:48
h. Mission: Impossible (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:40

Issues: a-h on Clasica (Arg) [no. no] [CD] (CD issued with "Clasica" magazine no. 100).


MSNBC THEME
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1996

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

a. MSNBC Theme

Issues: None


MUSIC FROM MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded 1967-1968. Issued: October 8, 1996

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: Accomplished (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
l. Intrigue (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
m. Self Destruct (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
n. More Mission (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)

Issues: a-n on Hip-o HIPD40021 [CD]


A RHAPSODY FOR BIX
Lalo Schifrin
The Mark; Moline, Illinois: October 12, 1996
James Morrison, Manny Lopez (tp); Dave Carpenter (b); Louie Bellson (d); Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond) with the Quad Cities Symphony Orchestra.

a. Ghost of Bix
(other titles unknown)

Note: Commissioned by the Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Society.

Issues: None


PIANO JAZZ
Marian McPartland
NPR Radio Broadcast "Piano Jazz," New York City: c. October 14, 1996

Interview with Lalo Schifrin (p) by Marian McPartland.

a. Down Here On The Ground (Schifrin)
b. Chano (aka Long Long Summer) (Schifrin)

Lalo Schifrin, Marian McPartland (p).

c. Stonewall (Milt Jackson)

Marian McPartland (p).

d. Singin' The Blues (Bix Beiderbecke)

Lalo Schifrin (p).

e. The Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael)

Lalo Schifrin, Marian McPartland (p).

f. Con Alma (Dizzy Gillespie)

Lalo Schifrin (p).

g. Gillespiana (brief excerpts of each movement) (Schifrin)

Lalo Schifrin, Marian McPartland (p).

h. Woody'n You (Dizzy Gillespie)

Note: First PBS broadcast on April 5, 1997.

Issues: Jazz Alliance (unissued).


SCHIFRIN/SCHULLER/SHAPIRO: PIANO TRIOS
Eaken Piano Trio
Banff Center for the Arts; Banff, Canada: November 1-11, 1996 

Gloria Whitney (p); John Eaken (vln), Nancy Baun (cello).

Hommage à Ravel (1995) (Lalo Schifrin) - 25:35
     a. Introduction - 6:15
     b. Tango - 3:56
     c. Elégie - 6:19
     d. Finale - 9:05
Piano Trio (1984) (Gunther Schuller) - 15:30
     e. Movement One - 5:50
     f. Adagio - 6:13
     g. With Swing - 3:28
Piano Trio (1992) (Gerald M. Shapiro) - 25:53
     h. Andante Serioso - 4:39
     i. Scherzando à la Russe - 5:13
     j. Adagio Rubato e Molto Esressivo - 7:42
     k. Allegro Marcato - 8:18

Note: See March 12, 1995, for premiere performance of Hommage à Ravel

Issues: a-k on Naxos 8.559062 [CD] (issued 2001). 
Samplers: d (edit) also on Naxos 8.559121 [CD] titled THE LIBERTY TRAIL.
Producer: Marina and Victor Ledin
Engineer: Kyle Wesloh, John Newton and Mark Donahue
Notes: John Eaken, edited by Marina and Victor Ledin (with Douglas Payne, as an un-credited source for the Lalo Schifrin biography, which appears here).


GILLESPIANA IN COLOGNE
Lalo Schifrin
Live at the Cologne Philharmonic Hall; Cologne, Germany: November 20, 1996.

Jon Faddis (tp solo); Paquito D'Rivera (as solo); Heiner Wiberny (as,f solo); Lalo Schifrin (p,cond); John Riley (d); Alex Acuna, Marcio Doctor (Latin perc) with the WDR Big Band: Andy Haderer, Rob Bruynen, Klaus Osterloh, John Marshall (tp); Dave Horler, Ludwig Nuss, Bernt Laukamp (tb); Dietmar Florin (bass tb); Olivier Peters, Rolf Romer (ts); Harald Rosenstein (as); Jens Neufang (bari s); Milan Lulic (g); John Goldsby (b) and guests Andrew Joy, Charles Putnam, Kathleen Putnam, Mark Putnam (frhrn); Ed Partyka (tu).

Gillespiana Suite--1
     a. Prelude (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:08
     b. Blues (Lalo Schifrin) - 12:09
     c. Panamericana (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:26
     d. Africana (Lalo Schifrin) - 13:56
     e. Toccata (Lalo Schirin) - 14:33

same, except Markus Stockhausen (tp solo) replaces Jon Faddis; Lalo Schifrin (p,cond,arr).

f. Bachiana Brasileiras No. 5 (Hector Villalobos) - 8:46

Note: Sleeve of Aleph 002 [CD] misspells "Toccata" as "Tocata."

Issues: a-f on Aleph 002 [CD].
Samplers: e also on
Scarecrow Press 0-8108-5946-7/978-0-8108-5946-3 [Book/CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: MY LIFE IN MUSIC.
Producer: Wolfgang Hirschmann and Lalo Schifrin. 
Engineer: Reinhold Nickel, Christian Cluxen, Wolgang Hirchmann
Notes: Lalo Schifrin


MONEY TALKS
Lalo Schifrin
Warner Bros. Sound Lot; Burbank, California: c. 1996-97

(cues--unknown titles)

Note: The soundtrack album titled MONEY TALKS (Arista 07822-189975-2 [CD]) is a collection of popular songs by various artists and contains none of Schifrin's score.

Issues: None (New Line Cinema).


TANGO
Lalo Schifrin
Estudios Ion; Buenos Aires, Argentina: January and May 1997
Unknown orchestra ensemble (inc. p,g,bandoneon,strings); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

a. Tango del Atardecer (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:42 
b. Calambre (Astor Piazzolla) - 2:36
c. El Choclo (A.G. Villoldo/E.S. Discepolo/J.C. Marambio Catán) - 2:33
d. Tango Bárbaro (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:26
e. Caminito (J.D. Filiberto/G. Coria Peñaloza) - 2:25
f. Tango Lunaire (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:37
g. La Cumparsita (G. Matos Rodríguez/E. Maroni (h)/P. Contursi) - 2:00
h. Recuerdo (Osvald Pugliese/E. Moreno) - 2:55
i. Los Inmigrantes (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:06
j. Quejas de Bandoneón (Juan de Dios Filiberto) - 2:41
k. A Juan Carlos Copes (A. Gómez/N. Ramos) - 1:28
l. A Don Augustín Bardi (Horacio A. Salgán) - 3:06
m. Picante (J.L. Padula) - 2:03
n. Tango para Percusión (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46
o. Corazón de Oro (F. Canaro/J. Fernández Blanco) - 3:08
p. Zorro Gris (R. Tuegols/F. García Jiménez) - 2:18
q. La Yumaba (Osvaldo Pugilese) - 2:52
r. Tango del Atardecer (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:57

Quinteto Real (unknown p,vln,viola, bandoneon); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

s. A Fuego Lento (Horacio A. Salgán) - 3:07 

Orlando Marconi (bandoneon), Juanjo Domínguez (g); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

t. Nostalgias (J.C. Cobian/E. Cadicamo) - 3:24

Unidentified members of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus; Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

u. La Represión (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:28 

Viviana Vigil, Hector Pilati (vcl) with unknown p; Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond). 

v. Flores del Alma (A. Lucero/M. García Ferrari/J. Larenza) - 2:25

Issues: a-v on Deutsche Grammophon (Ger) 459 145-2 [CD]. 
Samplers: b, c, g, h & r also on Decca 465 830 [CD] titled THE ULTIMATE TANGO. c & o also on MK2 Music (Fr) 8345106202 [CD] titled MUSIQUE & CINÉMA DU MONDE: EUROPE IBÉRIQUE.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin
Engineer: Osvaldo Acedo, Carlos Pins
Notes: Carlos Saura (English Translation: William Livingstone)


SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN
Lalo Schifrin
Manchester, England; London, England and Johannesburg, South Africa: c. 1995
Simply Red (Ian Kirkham (sax, EWI, key); Fritz McIntyre (key, background vcl); Meitor TP (g); Mick Hucknall (g, el-b, vcl, background vcl); Dee Johnson (background vcl)) with Hugh Masekela (tp, background vcl); Ritchie Stevens (d); Umoja Singers Chorale (Kwazi Shange, Janshi Mayo, Lawrence Matshiza, Temba Mkhize, John Hassen, Marilyn Nokwe, Beulala Hashe, Phumzile Ntuli, Stella Khumalo, Faith Kekane, Felicia Marion, Anneline Malebo, Khanya Malphumulo, Tu Nokwe, Tholo Ndlozi, Mandisa Dlanga, Vuyo Mokoena, Victor Rxumalo, Sipho Mbhele, Bongani Masuku, Zamo Mbutho, Luyanda Jezile, Ringo Madlingozi, Vuyisile Dikana, Sipho Mhlambi). 

a. We're In This Together (Mick Hucknall) - 4:16

CTS Studios; London, England: September 1997
Lalo Schifrin (comp, cond); Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

b. The Miracle (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:34
c. Mike and Maggie (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:15
d. No-One Home (Lalo Schifrin/Gale Garnett) - 4:19
e. I Have Been Sent A Message (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:07

The Hit Factory; New York City: c. 1997
Placido Domingo (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond); Tim Rice (lyrics); Marco Marinangeli (Italian translation)--1; Orchestra of St. Luke's.

f. Something To Believe In (Lalo Schifrin/Tim Rice) - 3:42

same, Marco Marinangeli (Italian translation).

g. Something To Believe In (Italian) (Lalo Schifrin/Tim Rice) -2:05

Munich, Germany: c. 1997
Jeffrey Biegel (p) with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester (Munich Radio Orchestra); Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond).

h. Piano Concerto #2 ("The Americas") (Lalo Schifrin) - 42:21
     i. Blues
     ii. Tango
     iii. Carnaval

Jeffrey Biegel (p).

i. Islamey (Mily Balakirev) - 2:48

Note: (1) Director John Hough also directed RETURN FROM WITCH MOUNTAIN, also scored by Schifrin. (2) The "Tango" section of "Piano Concerto #2 (The Americas)" includes a brief sketch of the theme from Schifrin's BOULEVARD NIGHTS.

Issues: a-i on Aleph 008 [CD] (issued January 1999). 
Singles: a also on
EastWest (Eu) EW046CDX [CDS]
Samplers: a also on EastWest 61853-2 [CD] titled LIFE (as by Simply Red).
Producer: Mick Hucknall and Stewart Levine (a). Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin (b-f & i). Lalo Schifrin and Bayerischer Rundfunk. Executive Producer: Burkhard Hopper (g & h).
Engineer: Roland Herrington and Femi Jiya (a). Not Listed (b-i).
Notes: Lalo Schifrin


JAZZ MASS IN CONCERT
Lalo Schifrin
Live at the Cologne Philharmonic Hall; Cologne, Germany: February 7, 1998

Andy Haderer, Rob Bruynen, Klaus Osterloh, Rick Kiefer, John Marshall (tp); Dave Horler, Ludwig Nuss, Bernt Laukamp (tb); Achim Hartmann (bass tb); Christine Chapman, Gustav Kedves, John Ratiu, Charles Putnam (frhrn); Ulli Haas (tu); Olivier Peters, Rolf Romer (ts); Heiner Wiberny, Harald Rosenstein (as); Jens Neufang (bs); Frank Chastenier (p,org); Markus Wienstroer (g,vln); John Goldsby (b); Joe LaBarbera (d); Christopher Dell (perc); Marcio Doctor, Romanus Schottler, Egmont Kraus, Michael Schmidt (perc); Ulla van Daelen, Sonja Jahn (harp); Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond). 

Add Tom Scott (alto fl solo); Frank Chastenier (p solo) and the St. Stephan's Youth Choir of Cologne, Michael Kokott (choirmaster).

a. Kyrie (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:25 

add Olivier Peters (ts solo); Tom Scott (as solo); Markus Wienstroer (g solo); Christopher Dell (vib solo).

b. Interludium (Lalo Schifrin) - 11:14

add Tom Scott (cl solo) and the St. Stephan's Youth Choir of Cologne, Michael Kokott (choirmaster).

c. Gloria (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:06

add Tom Scott (as solo) and the St. Stephan's Youth Choir of Cologne, Michael Kokott (choirmaster).

d. Credo (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:46

add Tom Scott (fl solo) and the St. Stephan's Youth Choir of Cologne, Michael Kokott (choirmaster).

e. Sanctus (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:20

add Tom Scott (bass fl solo); Frank Chastenier (org solo); 

f. Prayer (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:14

add Tom Scott (alto fl solo); Frank Chastenier (p solo); John Goldsby (b solo); Joe LaBarbera (d solo); Christopher Dell (vib solo).

g. Offertory (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:05

add Tom Scott (cl solo) and the St. Stephan's Youth Choir of Cologne, Michael Kokott (choirmaster).

h. Agnus Dei (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:03

add Lalo Schifrin (p).

i. Glory, Glory, Hallelujah (aka Battle Hymn of the Republic) (traditional) - 8:21

Note: (1) Complete title of Aleph 007 [CD] is LALO SCHIFRIN PRESENTS JAZZ MASS IN CONCERT FEATURING LALO SCHIFRIN, TOM SCOTT, WDR BIG BAND, ST. STEPHAN'S YOUTH CHOIR OF COLOGNE. (2) See the November 5-6, 1964, Paul Horn recording, JAZZ SUITE ON THE MASS TEXTS, for the source of the above.

Issues: a-i on Aleph 007 [CD].
Samplers: a also on
Scarecrow Press 0-8108-5946-7/978-0-8108-5946-3 [Book/CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: MY LIFE IN MUSIC.
Producer: Wolfgang Hirschmann and Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin. 
Engineer: Reinhold Nickel, Christian Cluxen, Wolfgang Hirschmann.
Notes: Lalo Schifrin, Father Norman J. O'Connor and lyrics reprinted. 


REPRESIÓN
Lalo Schifrin
Live at Carnegie Hall; New York City: March 8, 1998

American Composers Orchestra.

a. Represión (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: The premiere of Represión, from the soundtrack to the film TANGO, was presented as part of a week-long "Sonidos de las Americas: Argentina" festival.

Issues: None


METAMORPHOSIS: JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY #4
Lalo Schifrin
Los Angeles, California: c. mid-April 1998

London, England: late April 1998
James Morrison (t,flhrn); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond,p); Markus Wienstroer (vln, g); Ray Brown (b); Jeff Hamilton (d); Francisco Aguabella (cga) with the London Symphony Orchestra.

a. La Nevada (Gil Evans) - 6:20 
b. Sanctuary (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:17
c. Tosca Variations (Puccini) - 3:54
d. Miraculous Monk (Medley) - 13:48
     -Evidence (Thelonius Monk) 
     -Epistrophy (Thelonius Monk) 
     -Four In One (Thelonius Monk) 
     -Criss Cross (Thelonius Monk) 
     -Straight, No Chaser (Thelonius Monk) 
     -Well, You Needn't (Thelonius Monk) 
     -Misterioso (Thelonius Monk) 
     -'Round Midnight (Thelonius Monk) 
     -Rhythm-a-ning (Thelonius Monk) 
e. Invisible City (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:51
f. Rhapsody For Bix - 23:47
     -Davenport Blues (Bix Beiderbecke)
     -Royal Garden Blues (C.S. Williams)
     -Singing The Blues (J. Robinson/Con Conrad/Sam Lewis/Joe Young)
     -In A Mist (Bix Beiderbecke)
     -Rhapsody For Bix Theme (Lalo Schifrin)
     -At The Jazz Band Ball (Bix Beiderbecke)
     -Jazz-Me Blues (Tom Delaney)

Note: "Rhapsody for Bix" commissioned by the Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Society. 

Issues: a-f on Aleph 004 [CD]. 
Samplers: a-f also on Aleph 012 [CD] titled JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY COLLECTION (see November 1992, December 1993 and January 1995 for additional titles). e also on Jazziz JZD-1611 [CD] titled JAZZIZ ON DISC: WITH STRINGS.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Peter Cobbin, John Richards
Notes: Tony Gieske 


CHE!
Lalo Schifrin
1969

a. Ché (from "CHÉ!") - 2:17
b. La Columna (from "CHÉ!") - 2:35
c. La Ruta (from "CHÉ!") - 2:07
d. Emboscada (from "CHÉ!") - 3:09
e. Fiesta Numero Dos (from "CHÉ!") - 3:08
f. Recuerdos (from "CHÉ!") - 2:40 
g. Charangos (from "CHÉ!") - 2:04
h. Anita (from "CHÉ!") - 2:00
i. Fiesta Numero Uno (from "CHÉ!") - 2:12
j. La Barraca (from "CHÉ!") - 1:56

Ocean Way Studios; Hollywood, California: May 30, 1998
Juanjo Domínguez (g).

k. Los Olvidados (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:42
l. Tango (from ROMERIAS)  (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:30
m. Malambo (from ROMERIAS) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:49
n. Charangos (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:04
o. La Ultima Careta (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:52

Juanjo Domínguez (g), Lalo Schifrin (p).

p. Che! (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:07

Argentina: c. 1998
prob. Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, Lalo Schifrin (cond).

q. Los Andes (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:51

Note: Complete title of Aleph 006 [CD] is LALO PRESENTS "CHE!" FEATURING INTERNATIONAL SENSATION JUANJO DOMINGUEZ ON GUITAR: MUSIC FROM AND INSPIRED BY THE MOTION PICTURE "CHE!"  

Issues: a-q on Aleph 006 [CD].
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin
Engineer: Peter Granet, Julian Marquez. Assistant Engineers: John Sorensen, Roberto Issi
Notes: Lalo Schifrin and unknown.


DIRTY HARRY ANTHOLOGY
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded 1971-1983. Issued: June 25, 1998.

a. Dirty Harry's Creed (from DIRTY HARRY) - 3:27
b. Scorpio's Theme (from DIRTY HARRY) - 3:08
c. Sudden Impact (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:51
d. Road To San Paulo (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 1:07
e. Hot Shot Cop (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 1:25
f. Magnum Force Theme (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 2:10
g. Stake-out (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 2:33
h. Another Victim (from DIRTY HARRY) - 1:19
i. Robbery Suspect (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:15
j. Floodlights (from DIRTY HARRY) - 1:35
k. The Cop (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 2:00
l. Unicorn's Head (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:39
m. Good-bye Cop (from DIRTY HARRY) - 1:27
n. The Bait (from DIRTY HARRY) - 0:48
o. San Francisco After Dark (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 3:06
p. The Crooks (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 1:37
q. The Mayor (from DIRTY HARRY) - 2:24
r. Palancio (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 4:07
s. Ray Of Light (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:05

Issues: a-s on Aleph 003 [CD], Simply Vinyl (E) SVLP82 and Simply Vinyl (E) S125030. a-s also on Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87357-2 [CD] titled DIRTY HARRY (issued 2001).
Producer: Eastwood Garrett Music Productions and Aleph Records
Notes: Jon Burlingame (Aleph 003 [CD]). Jon Burlingame, Nicolas Saada (Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87357-2 [CD]).


TIBOR RUDAS PRESENTS THE THREE TENORS - PARIS 1998:
THE CONCERT OF THE CENTURY RECORDED LIVE

Carreras Domingo Pavarotti with Levine
Live from Paris, France: July 10, 1998

Orchestre de Paris; James Levine (cond); with additions or changes noted below.

a. Le Carnaval Romain Ouverture (Berlioz) 

José Carreras (vcl).

b. Io Conosco Un Giardino (from MARISTELLA) (Pietri) - 2:11

Plácido Domingo (vcl).

c. Amor Ti Vieta (from FEDORA) (Giordano) - 1:51

Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

d. Quando Le Sere Al Placido (from LUISA MILLER) (Verdi)

José Carreras (vcl); Logi (arr).

e. T'Estimo (I Love Thee) (Grieg) - 2:50

Plácido Domingo (vcl).

f. Mémoires de Danton (Plácido Domingo Jr) - 4:02

Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Chiaramello (arr).

g. Granada (Lara) - 3:00

José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchestration).

h. Medley of Romance - 18:55 
   1. Sous le Ciel de Paris (Giraud/Drejac)
   2. Solamente Una Vez (Lara)
   3. Maria, Mari (Di Capua/Russo)
   4. Torero Quiero (from El Gato Montes) (Penella Moreno/Roa Garcia)
   5. Parlami D'Amore Mariu (Bixio/Neri)
   6. Tu, Ca'Nun Chiagne (De Curtis/Bovio)
   7. Manha de Carnaval (from Black Orpheus) (Bonfa/Maria)
   8. Te Voglio Tanto Bene (De Curtis/Furno)

José Carreras (vcl); Logi (arr).

i. Voce 'E Notte (De Curtis) - 3:39

Plácido Domingo (vcl).

j. Quiero Desterrar De Tu Pecho El Temor (from LA DEL SOTO DEL PARRAL) (Soutullo/Vert) -4:52

Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Wim Bohets (arr).

k. Caruso (L. Dalla) - 5:25

Orchestre de Paris; James Levine (cond).

l. Bacchanale (from SAMSON ET DALILA) (Saint-Saëns)

José Carreras (vcl).

m. Romanza (from FOSCA) (Gomes)

Plácido Domingo (vcl); Plácido Domingo Jr (arr).

n. Rachel, Quand Du Seigneur (from LA JUIVE) (Halévy) 

Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

o. Nessun Dorma (from TURANDOT) (Puccini) - 2:58

José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchestration).

p. Medley of the World - 21:25 
   1. 'O Surdata'n Namurato (Cannio/Califano)
   2. Ay, Ay, Ay (Perez/Freire)
   3. Lolita (Buzzi/Peccia)
   4. Standchen (from Schwanengesang D.957) (Schubert/Rellstab)
   5. Dicitencello Vuie (Falvo/Fusco)
   6. Core'ngrato (Cardillo/Cordiferro)

Rob Mathes (arr).

   7. You'll Never Walk Alone (from Carousel) (Rodgers/Hammerstein)

José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

Encore 1

Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchestration).

q. Because (DíHardelot/Teschemacher) - 2:05

same or similar. 

r. Mara Curae 

Encore 2

s. Anna Pulua

Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchestration).

t. O Sole Mio (Di Capua/Capurro) - 2:01

Encore 3

u. Sorrento 
v. La Donna e Mobile (from RIGOLETTO) (Verdi) 

Note: (1) Schifrin originally conceived and arranged "Medley of the World" to include these titles, in this order: 'O Surdata'n Namurato; Ay, Ay, Ay; Lolita; Serenade; Dicitencello Vuie; Somewhere; Hymne A L'Amour; and Core'ngrato.

Issues: b, c, e-k, o-q & t on Atlantic 83110-2 [CD]. 
Samplers: h1, h4, h5, h7, p3, p5, p6 & p7 also on Decca 289 466 999-2 [CD] titled THE BEST OF THE 3 TENORS: THE GREATEST TRIOS.


RUSH HOUR
Lalo Schifrin
The Fox Newman Scoring Stage; Hollywood, California: August 3-5, 1998
Lalo Schifrin (comp, cond) plus unknown orchestra.

a. Rush Hour Main Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:02
b. Fight At The Harbor (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:20
c. Soo Yung's Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:18
d. Soo Yung's Abduction (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:55
e. Lee Arrives in L.A. (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:29
f. Jumping The Bus (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:08
g. Won Ton For Two (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:51
h. Explosive Situation (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:19
i. Lee At The Mansion (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:19
j. Restaurant Poison (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:15
k. Battle At Juntao's (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:21
l. Greasy Egg Rolls (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:56
m. Chasing Sang (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36
n. $50 Million Ransom (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:51
o. On Juntao's Heels (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:10
p. Asian Art Convention (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:48
q. Lee's Sadness (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:47
r. High Tension (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30
s. Sweet And Sour (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:09
t. Chinese Street Music (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:03
u. Carter Chases Clive (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:33
v. The British Menace (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:26
w. Rush Hour End Titles (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:25

Note: "Rush Hour" was nominated for the 41st Annual Grammy Awards (1999) in the category of "Best Instrumental Composition Written For A Motion Picture or Television."

Issues: a-w on Aleph 015 [CD], Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87367-2 [CD]. 
Samplers: a also on Def Jam 314 558 660-2 [CD] titled DEF JAM'S RUSH HOUR SOUNDTRACK (Clean) and Def Jam 314 558 663-2 [CD] (explicit) titled DEF JAM'S RUSH HOUR SOUNDTRACK (Explicit)
Producer: Lalo Schifrin and Brett Ratner. Executive producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: John Richards, John Rod.
Notes: Doug Adams


THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN
Lalo Schifrin 

Recorded: 1965-1982. Issued: August 11, 1998.

a. Coney Island (from THE STING II)
b. Main Title From Cool Hand Luke (from COOL HAND LUKE)
c. Apple Turnover (from ROLLERCOASTER)
d. Mannix (from MANNIX)
e. Nunzio In Love (from NUNZIO)
f. Mission: Impossible (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
g. Melba (from THE CINCINNATI KID)
h. Roulette Rhumba (from The Man From U.N.C.L.E.) (from ONCE A THIEF)
i. All For The Love Of Sunshine (from KELLY'S HEROES)
j. The Joint (from ONCE A THIEF)
k. Chase To The Convent (from THE FOUR MUSKETEERS)
l. Ellen's Image (from THE FOX)
m. Dirty Harry's Creed (from DIRTY HARRY)
n. End Credits (March) (from THE EAGLE HAS LANDED)
o. Hotel Nacionale (from THE VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED)

Issues: a-o on Hip-o HIPD-40127 [CD].
Producer: Didier C. Deutsch. Co-Produced by Dana G. Smart
Notes: Didier C. Deutsch


PREMIERES
Lubbock Symphony Orchestra
Live at the Lubbock Civic Center Theatre; Lubbock, Texas: March 5 and 6, 1999
Laura Bossert-King (vln); Terry King (cello) with the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra; Albert-George Schram (cond).

a. Double Concerto for Violin, Violoncello and Orchestra (World Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)

Lubbock Symphony Orchestra; Albert-George Schram (cond) .

b. Symphony No. 1 (John Corigliano)

Note: Originally commissioned by Jasha Heifetz and Gregor Piatigorsky in Autumn 1965, this concerto remained unperformed due to the illness of Mr. Heifetz. Jacquelin du Pre was later approached about the work, but schedule conflicts prevented her from studying and performing the concerto. A former student and archivist of Piatigorsky's, cellist Terry King, discovered the work and was given permission to première it with his wife, violinist Laura Bossert-King, and the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra.

Issues: None.


RECONTRES D'ENSEMBLES DE VIOLONCELLES
Lalo Schifrin
Live at Theatre de Beauvais; Beauvais, France: May 10, 1999

Trio Epsilon (Stéphane Dudermel, Maxime Leischeira, Axel Salmona).

a. Homage à Ravel (Lalo Schifrin)

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

Lalo Schifrin (p); Pierre Michelot (b); Daniel Humair (d).

b. Improvisation de Jazz Sur des Themes de Lalo Schifrin (Lalo Schifrin)

32 cellos of Les Violoncellistes de Buenos Aires, L'Octur de Violoncelles, Les Violoncellistes de l'Université de Yale and Le Quatuor de l'Ensemble Cellissime, Lalo Schifrin (comp, cond).

c. Divertimento pour Orchestre de Violoncelles (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)

     i. Allegro Vivace
     ii. Andante con Moto
     iii. Allegro Molto Vivace

Note: (1) Schifrin's Divertimento was commissioned by the International Festival of Des ensembles des violencelles (Beauvais, France). (2) This premiere performance of Schifrin's Divertimento received a standing ovation and a repeat performance of the work in its entirety.

Issues: None.


MANNIX 
Lalo Schifrin
WDR Studios; Cologne, Germany: June 5 and 7, 1999
WDR Big Band: Andy Haderer, Rob Bruynen, Klaus Osterloh, John Marshall, Rick Kiefer (t,flhrn); Dave Horler, Ludwig Nuss, Bernt Laukamp (tb); Lucas Schmid (b-tb); Andrew Joy (f-hrn); Heiner Wiberny, Harald Rosenstein, Olivier Peters, Rolf Romer, Elmar Frey, Jens Neufang (reeds); Frank Chastenier (p,org, harpsichord); Paul Shigihara (g); John Goldsby (b); Wolfgang Haffner, John Riley--1 (d) and orchestra: Gustav Kedves, Charles Putnam, Ludwig Rast, Christine Chapman (f-hrn); Ed Partyka, Harmut Muller (tu); Janos Szudy, Thomas Steiner, Egmont Kraus, Romanus Schottler (perc); Mischa Salevic, Juraj Cizmarovic (vln); Hans E. Schroder-Conrad (viola); Joachim Griesheimer (cello); Saskia Kwast (harp); Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond,p).

a. Mannix (long version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:17
b. Mannix (title track, short version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:31(edit of above)

same or similar, except Lalo Schifrin (p) out.

c. Hunt Down (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:28
d. Turn Every Stone (Shorty Rogers) - 3:46
e. Warning: Live Blueberries (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:11
f. Beyond The Shadow of Today (Schifrin/Geller) - 2:34
g. The Girl Who Came In With The Tide (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:09
h. The End Of The Rainbow (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:35
i. End Game (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:25

same or similar, add Gaby Goldberg, Caren Faust, Elke Klien (vcl).

j. The Shadow (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:43
k. The Edge of Night (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:58
l. Fear (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:50

same or similar, add Ruy Folguera (synth programming); Toshi Yanagi (g--2). Vcl out. 

m. Sao Paolo After Dark (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:53
n. Curtains For a Murder (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:46
o. You Should Have Known (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:26
p. The Vienna Incident (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:35

same or similar, Ruy Folguera (remix).

q. Mannix Mixdown (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:17

Note: (1) Most of the WDR Big Band parts were probably recorded June 5, with the orchestra recording on June 7. (2) The melody of "Sao Paolo After Dark," as presented here, recalls Schifrin's main theme from HIT!.

Issues: a-q on Aleph 014 [CD], Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87363-2 [CD]. 
Producer: Wolfgang Hirschmann & Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Wolfgang Hirschmann, Reinhold Nickel
Notes: Jon Burlingame (Aleph 014 [CD]). Jon Burlingame, Nicola Saada (Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87363-2 [CD]). 


LATIN JAZZ SUITE
Lalo Schifrin
Live at Klaus-von-Bismarck-Saal; Cologne, Germany: June 18 or 19, 1999

Jon Faddis (t); David Sanchez (ts,ss); Lalo Schifrin (cond,p solos); Ignacio Berroa (d); Alex Acuna, Alphonso Garrido, Marcio Doctor (perc) with the WDR Big Band: Andy Haderer, Rob Bruynen, Klaus Osterloh, John Marshall, Rick Kiefer (t,flhrn); Dave Horler, Ludwig Nuss, Bernt Laukamp (tb); Lucas Schmid (b-tb); Heiner Wiberny, Harald Rosenstein, Olivier Peters, Rolf Romer, Jens Neufang (reeds); Frank Chastenier (p,org); John Goldsby (b); Paul Shigihara (g). 

Latin Jazz Suite
   a. Montuno (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:35
   b. Martinique (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:48
   c. Pampas (Lalo Schifrin) - 12:41 
   d. Fiesta (Lalo Schifrin) - 12:44
   e. Ritual (Lalo Schifrin) - 15:20
   f. Manaos (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:49

Live at Klaus-von-Bismarck-Saal; Cologne, Germany: June 18 or 19, 1999
same or similar.

g. Montuno (Lalo Schifrin)
h. Martinique (Lalo Schifrin)
i. Fiesta (Lalo Schifrin)
j. Round Midnight (Thelonius Monk) - 9:20
k. The Blues (from Black, Brown and Beige) (Duke Ellington) - 8:18

Note: (1) Commissioned by WDR/Wolfgang Hirschmann. (2) "Martinique" quotes part of Schifrin's "Roulette Rhumba" (from THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. and featured on ONCE A THIEF). (3) "Pampas," also performed by Schifrin on GYPSIES, also includes thematic traces of Schifrin's "Street Tattoo" theme from  BOULEVARD NIGHTS(4) "Fiesta" was nominated for the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards (2000) in the category of "Best Instrumental Arrangement." (5) Thanks to Archie Sawyer for pointing out the discrepancy of performances between the CD and DVD issues of this title.

Issues: a-f on Aleph 013 [CD]. c, e, f & g-k on Aleph 013 [VHS/DVD]. 
Samplers: a also on
Scarecrow Press 0-8108-5946-7/978-0-8108-5946-3 [Book/CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: MY LIFE IN MUSIC.
Producer: Wolfgang Hirschmann & Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Wolfgang Hirschmann, Reinhold Nickel
Notes: Lalo Schifrin


LATIN JAZZ SUITE
Lalo Schifrin
Live in Sadlers Wells, London : June 24, 1999

Jon Faddis (t); David Sanchez (ts); Lalo Schifrin (p--1,cond) with the BBC Big Band.

a. Latin Jazz Suite (London Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)
   -Montuno
   -Martinique
   -Pampas
   -Manaos
   -Ritual--1
   -Fiesta
b. Blue Monk (Thelonius Monk)
c. Misterioso (Thelonius Monk)

Note: Latin Jazz Suite was premiered in Cologne, Germany on June 18, 1999 (see listing immediately preceding above) with the WDR Big Band and, additionally premiered in the US on September 18, 1999, at the California Plaza, Los Angeles, California as part of the Latin Jazz International Festival in a "Tribute To Lalo Schifrin."

Issues: None.


BOSSA NOVA GROOVE
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded 1962-1963. Issued: June 28, 1999.

a. Mima (from BOSSA NOVA) - 7:39
b. Samba Para Dos (from BOSSA NOVA) - 5:29
c. Tel Eco Teco No. 2 (from BOSSA NOVA) - 3:28
d. Lolita Marie (from BOSSA NOVA) - 4:54
e. Céu E Mar (from BOSSA NOVA) - 8:29
e. Whispering Bossa Nova (from BOSSA NOVA) - 5:42
f. Boato (Bistro) (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 2:23
g. Chora Tua Tristeza (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 2:36
h. Poema Do Adeus (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 3:13
i. O Apito No Samba (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 2:46
j. Chega De Saudade (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 5:13
k. Bossa Em Nova York (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 1:50
l. O Amor E A Rosa (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 3:27
m. O Menino Desce O Morro (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 2:24
n. Menina Feia (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 2:20
o. Ouça (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 3:55
p. Samba De Uma Nota So (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 3:40
q. Patinho Feio (from BOSSA NOVA, NEW BRAZILIAN JAZZ) - 2:58

Issues: a-q on Ubatuqui (Sp) UBCD-301 [CD].
Producer: Jordi Pujol
Notes: J.P. (prob. Jordi Pujol)


TALKIN' VERVE
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1962-1966. Issued: July 27, 1999.

a. Slaughter On Tenth Avenue (from NEW FANTASY) - 3:14
b. Prelude #2 (from NEW FANTASY) - 5:00
c. The Chains (with Dizzy Gillespie) (from THE NEW CONTINENT) - 9:04
d. Old Laces (from MARQUIS DE SADE) - 4:21
e. Samba Para Dos (with Bob Brookmeyer) (from SAMBA PARA DOS) - 10:03
f. El Salon Mexico (from NEW FANTASY) - 4:52
g. New Fantasy (from NEW FANTASY) - 2:17
h. The Empire (with Dizzy Gillespie) (from THE NEW CONTINENT) - 7:25
i. The Fakir (with Cal Tjader) (from SEVERAL SHADES OF JADE) - 3:16
j. The Wave (from PIANO, STRINGS & BOSSA NOVA) - 2:40
k. Chorale (with Dizzy Gillespie) (from THE NEW CONTINENT) - 5:42
l. Peanut Vendor (from NEW FANTASY) - 6:01

Issues: a-l on Verve 314 547 185-2 [CD]
Producer: Aric Lach Morrison
Notes: John Corbett


JAZZ GOES TO HOLLYWOOD
Lalo Schifrin
Live in Concert at the Philharmonie, Cologne, Germany: October 16, 1999

The WDR Big Band: Andy Haderer, Rob Bruynen, Klaus Osterloh, John Marshall, Rick Kiefer (tp,flhrn); Dave Horler, Ludwig Nuss, Bernt Laukamp (tb); Lucas Schmid (b-tb); Charles Putnam, Geoffrey Winter, Christine Chapman, Ruth Funke (frhrn); Ed Patica (tu); Heiner Wiberny, Harald Rosenstein, Olivier Peters, Rolf Romer, Jens Neufang (reeds); Frank Chastenier (p,org); Paul Shigihara (g); John Goldsby (b); Christopher Dell (vib); Alphonso Garrido (perc); Mischa Salevic (vln); Albert Jung (cello); with guests Nils Landgren (tb); Ernie Watts (as,ts); Lalo Schifrin (p,cond). Wolfgang Haffner (d); Sandra Booker (vcl).

a. Mannix (Lalo Schifrin)  

same, except Ernie Watts (as solo).

b. The Face Of Love (from The Osterman Weekend (Schifrin) - 6:33

same, except Nils Landgren (tb solo); Ernie Watts (ts solo).

c. Once A Thief (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:29

same, except Nils Landgren (tb solo); Sandra Booker (vcl).

d. That Night (from THE FOX) (Schifrin/Gimbel) - 4:22

same, except Frank Chastenier (org).

e. Bullitt (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:08

same, except Frank Chastenier (p).

f. Blues For Basie (from ROLLERCOASTER) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:18

same, except Nils Landgren (tb solo); Ernie Watts (ts solo).

g. The Race Is On! (from GOLDEN NEEDLES) (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:30

same, except Sandra Booker (vcl).

h. Share The Dream (from MANHATTAN MERINGUE) (Schifrin/David) - 3:25

same, except Nils Landgren (tb solo); Ernie Watts (ts solo); Sandra Booker (vcl).

i. Down Here On The Ground (from COOL HAND LUKE) (Schifrin/Garnett) - 4:41

same, except Frank Chastenier (p).

j. Street Lights (from CHALLENGER'S GOLD) (sic: from FALCOLN'S GOLD
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:52

same, except Ernie Watts (as solo).

k. Insinuations (from ONCE A THIEF) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:49

same, except Sandra Booker (vcl).

l. People Alone (from THE COMPETITION) (Schifrin/Jennings) - 3:20

same.

m. Tango Lunaire (from TANGO) (Lalo Schifrin) 
n. Hunt Down (from MANNIX) (Lalo Schifrin) 

same, except Sandra Booker (vcl).

o. On Rainy Afternoons (from THE EAGLE HAS LANDED) (Schifrin/Bergman/Bergman)  

same, except Frank Chastenier (org).

p. The Cat (from JOY HOUSE) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:46

same, except Nils Landgren (tb solo); Ernie Watts (ts solo); Lalo Schifrin (p solo).

q. Mission: Impossible (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:25

same, except Nils Landgren (tb solo); Ernie Watts (ts solo); Sandra Booker (vcl).

r. The Cincinnati Kid (Schifrin/Cochran) - 5:43

Note: (1) The above concert was presented as JAZZ IN THE MOVIES. (2) "The Race Is On!" bears substantial similarities to Schifrin's "Panamericana" (from GILLESPIANA). 

Issues: b-l & p-r on Aleph 016 [CD]. 
  d also on Aleph 017 [CD] titled THE FOX. p also on Jazziz JZD1706 [CD] titled JAZZIZ ON DISC: JUNE 2000.
Producer: Wolfgang Hirschmann & Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Wolfgang Hirschmann, Reinhold Nickel, Christian Cluxen.
Notes: Unknown


THE FOX
Lalo Schifrin
CTS Studios; London, England: October 21-22, 1999
Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond) with the Sinfonia of London Orchestra.

a. The Fox, main title (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:06
b. Reflections (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:51
c. Paul's Memories (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:25
d. Fox Variation #1 (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:45
e. Frost Trees (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:32
f. Lovers (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:55
g. The Proposal (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:06
h. Fox Variation #2 (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26
i. Lonely Road (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40
j. Minuet In C (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:02
k. Snowy Bushes (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:19
l. Desperate Interlude (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:23
m. New Shingles (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:53
n. Dripping Icicles (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36
o. Dead Leaf (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:30
p. The Blue Vase (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:21
q. The Foxhole (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:42

Note: For two additional titles on Aleph 017 [CD], see JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY ("The Fox Symphony") and JAZZ GOES TO HOLLYWOOD ("That Night"). 

Issues: a-q on Aleph 017 [CD], Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87364-2 [CD].
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Dick Lewzey. Assistant: Erik Jordan. 
Notes: Nicolas Saada (Aleph 017 [CD]). Nicolas Saada (Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87364-2 [CD]).


LONGSHOT
(original title: JACK OF ALL TRADES)
Lalo Schifrin
Seattle, Washington: c. December 1999
unknown.

a. Longshot Theme (Lalo Schifrin)
b. Longshot Theme (Remix) (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Other titles without Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: a & b on Trans Continental NR 4066 [CD]


ESPERANTO
Lalo Schifrin
Live in Concert at the Philharmonie, Cologne, Germany: January 22, 2000
The WDR Big Band: Andy Haderer, Rob Bruynen, Klaus Osterloh, John Marshall, Rick Kiefer (tp); Dave Horler, Ludwig Nuss, Bernt Laukamp (tb); Lucas Schmid (b-tb); Olivier Peters, Rolf Römer (ts); Heiner Wiberny, Stephan Pfeiffer (as); Jens Neufang (b-sax); Frank Chastenier (p); Paul Shigihara (g); John Goldsby (b). Guests: Geoffrey Winter, Christine Chapman, Ruth Funke, Jeffery McGuire (frhrn); Edward Partyka (tu); Jürgen Grimm (key); Romanus Schöttler, Egmond Kraus, Klaus Lode, Christoph Lamberty (perc). Featured: James Morrison (tp,flhrn,tb); Don Byron (cl); Simon Stockhausen (synth); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon); Jean-Luc Ponty (vln); Gregory Hutchinson (d); Trilok Gurtu (tabla); Sydney Thiam (perc). Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond). 

Esperanto (Premiere) 

James Morrison (tb solo); Don Byron (cl solo); Jean-Luc Ponty (vln solo); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon solo).

   a. Pulsations (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:32

James Morrison (tp solo); Don Byron (cl solo); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon solo); Jean-Luc Ponty (vln solo). 

   b. Resonances (Lalo Schifrin) - 10:52

James Morrison (flhrn solo); Don Byron (cl solo); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon solo); Jean Luc Ponty (vln solo); Trilok Gurtu (tabla solo). 

   c. Dance Of The Harlequins (Lalo Schifrin) - 14:01

James Morrison (tp solo, tb solo); Don Byron (cl solo); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon); Jean-Luc Ponty (vln solo). 

   d. Millennium Blues (Lalo Schifrin) - 9:23

James Morrison (flhrn solo); Don Byron (cl solo); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon solo); Jean-Luc Ponty (vln solo). 

   e. Tango Borealis (Lalo Schifrin) - 13:06

prob. James Morrison (tp solo); Don Byron (cl solo); Simon Stockhausen (synth solo); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon solo); prob. Jean-Luc Ponty (vln solo); Gregory Hutchinson (d solo); Sydney Thiam (African perc solo). 

   f. Invocations (Lalo Schifrin) - 13:51

same or similar.

g. The Swords (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Esperanto commissioned by WDR/Wolfgang Hirschmann. 

Issues: a-f on Aleph 019 [CD].
Producer: Wolfgang Hirschmann & Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin
Engineer: Reinhold Nickel
Notes: Zan Stewart, Lalo Schifrin


BULLITT
Lalo Schifrin
WDR Studios; Cologne, Germany: April 3-8, 2000

The WDR Big Band: Andy Haderer, Rob Bruynen, Rick Kiefer (tp); Ludwig Nuss, Wolf Schenk, Bernt Laukamp (tb); Lucas Schmid (b-tb); Olivier Peters (ts,sop-s,f,al-f); Rolf Römer (ts,f,al-f,b-f); Heiner Wiberny, Harald Rosenstein (as,f,al-f); Jens Neufang (bari-s,b-cl,al-f,b-f); Frank Chastenier (p,el-p,org,synth); Paul Shigihara (g); John Goldsby (b,el-b); with guests: Hans Dekker (d,perc); Christopher Dell (vib,xylophone,marimba); Klaus Morschel, Michael Schmidt (classical perc); Mischa Salevic, Hans Reinhard Biere, Walter Schreiber, Jerzy Szopinski (vln); Lothar Schröder, H. Erich Schröder-Conrad (viola); Michael Kaspar, Albert Jung (cello); Ulla van Daelen (harp); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Bullitt, main title (movie version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:05
b. Shifting Gears (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:12
c. Ice Pick Mike (movie version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:58
d. Cantata For Combo (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:51
e. Room 26 (movie version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:28
f. On The Way To San Mateo (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36
g. Just Coffee (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:03
h. Main Title (record version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13
i. The Aftermath Of Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:01
j. Ice Pick Mike (record version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:07
k. Hotel Daniels (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:332
l. Bullitt, guitar solo (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:34
m. The First Snow Fall (Sonny Burke) - 3:41
n. Room 26 (record version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:39
o. The Architect's Building (sic: Song For Cathy)* (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:47
p. Song For Cathy (sic: The Architect's Building)* (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:29
q. Music To Interrogate By (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:51
r. End Credits (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:51

Note: * The track listing on the sleeve of Aleph 018 [CD] mistakes the order of "The Architect's Building" and "Song For Cathy."

Issues: a-r on Aleph 018 [CD], Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87365-2 [CD]. 
Samplers: a also on Jazziz [CD] titled JAZZIZ ON DISC: CRITIC'S PICKS VOLUME 1. b also on
Scarecrow Press 0-8108-5946-7/978-0-8108-5946-3 [Book/CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: MY LIFE IN MUSIC.
Producer: Wolfgang Hirschmann & Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin
Engineer: Reinhold Nickel
Notes: Nick Redman


JAZZ AND BLUES VARIATIONS, A SYMPHONIC CELEBRATION
(performer unknown)
Live in Concert, St. Louis, Missouri: November 16, 2000

(unknown titles)

Note: Commissioned by the American Music Therapy Association. 

Issues: None.


INTERSECTIONS: JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY #5
Lalo Schifrin
Live at Klaus-von-Bismark-Saal; Cologne, Germany: November 24 and 25, 2000

WDR Big Band, WDR Radio Orchestra, Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with Olivier Peters, David Sanchez (ts solo).

a. Intersections (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:52

same, featuring James Morrison (tp,flhrn).

b. Scheherazade Fantasy (Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov) - 7:36

same, featuring David Sanchez (ts solo).

c. Naima (John Coltrane) - 5:45

same, featuring James Morrison (tp solo); David Sanchez (ts solo); Lalo Schifrin (p solo).

d. Tokyo Blues (Horace Silver) - 8:18

same, featuring Jeff Hamilton (d solo).

e. Bells (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:58

same, featuring David Sanchez (ss solo).

f. Spartacus (Alex North) - 5:38

same, featuring Lalo Schifrin (p solo).

g. The Baroque Connection (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:17

same, featuring James Morrison (tp,flhrn,tb); David Sanchez (ts solo); Christian McBride (b solo); Jeff Hamilton (d solo).

h. Donna's Dream (Lalo Schifrin) - 13:55

same, featuring James Morrison (tp,tb); David Sanchez (ts); Frank Chastenier (p); Christian McBride (b).

i. Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams) - 9:21

Note: "Scheherazade Fantasy" was a 44th Annual Grammy Awards (2002) nominee in the category of "Best Instrumental Arrangement."

Issues: a-i on Aleph 023 [CD].
Samplers: f also on Varese Sarabande VCL 0610 1109 [CD] titled SPARTACUS.
Producer: Wolfgang Hirschmann & Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin
Engineer: Reinhold Nickel & Wolfgang Hirschmann
Notes: Richard Palmer


TIBOR RUDAS PRESENTS THE 3 TENORS - IN CONCERT 2001 - FORBIDDEN CITY, BEIJING
Carreras Domingo Pavarotti
Live at Wumen Plaza, Forbidden City in Beijing, China: June 23, 2001

Janos Acs (cond) with the 100-piece China National Orchestra (the symphony orchestra of the Central Opera Theatre of China).

a. Overture to Candide (Bernstein) 

José Carreras (vcl).

b. Io Conosco un Giardino (from Maristella) (Pietri)

Plácido Domingo (vcl).

c. Ch'ella Mi Creda (from La Fanciulla del West) (Puccini)

Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

d. Recondita Armonia (from Tosca) (Puccini)

José Carreras (vcl).

e. Musica Proibita (Gastaldon)

Plácido Domingo (vcl).

f. No Puede Ser (from La Tabernera del Puerto) (Sorozabal)

Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

g. Granada (Lara)

José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchestration).

h. Melange de Roman
     - Solamente Una Vez
     - Maria, Mari
     - Parlami d'Amore Mariu
     - Tu, Ca Nun Chiagna
     - Mahna de Carnaval
     - Ti Voglio Tanto Bene

unknown (cond) with the 100-piece China National Orchestra and 200-piece chorus (the symphony orchestra of the Central Opera Theatre of China)

i. Va, Pensiero (Verde)

Janos Acs (cond) with the 100-piece China National Orchestra (the symphony orchestra of the Central Opera Theatre of China). José Carreras (vcl)

j. Lamento di Federico (from L'Arlesiana) (Cilea)

Plácido Domingo (vcl).

k. E Lucevan le Stelle (from Tosca) (Puccini)

Luciano Pavarotti, Chorus (vcl).

l. Nessun Dorma (from Turnadot) (Puccini)

José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchestration).

m. Around The World Medley
     - Be My Love
     - Marechiare
     - Santa Lucia Luntana
     - Te Quiero Dijiste
     - Torna a Surriento
n. Hollywood Medley
     - My Way (Paul Anka)
     - Moon River (Mancini/Mercer)
     - Because
     - You'll Never Walk Alone

Encore 1: José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl).

o. La Donna é Mobile (Verdi)

Encore 2.

p. O Sole Mio

Encore 3: José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, 3 unknown Chinese sopranos (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchestration).

q. Libiamo (from La traviata) (Verdi)

Note: The concert above, presented on World Olympic Day, was staged in a bid to promote Beijing as the site of choice for the 2008 Olympics.

Issues: None.


RUSH HOUR 2
Lalo Schifrin
Los Angeles, California: June 25-27, 2001

Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with the Hollywood Studio Symphony: Rick Baptist, Frank Szabo, Carl Saunders, Dennis Farias, Jon Lewis (tp); Alan Kaplan, Charles Loper, Bob McChesney, Bryant Byers (tb); Rick Todd, Kurt Snyder, Brad Warnaar, Dan Kelley (frhrn); Gary Gray, Steve Tavaglione, Charles Boito, Gene Cipriano (cl); Dave Riddles, Leslie Lashinsky (bassoon); Sheridon Stokes, Salpy Keronian, Joel Peskin, Steve Kujula (f); Tom Rainer, Mike Lang, Ralph Greirson (key); Abe Laboriel (el-b); Harvey Mason (d); Emil Richards, Dan Greco, Joe Porcaro, Bob Zimmitti (perc); Timm Boatman (tymp); Richard Altenbach, Darius Campo, Endre Granat, Razden Kuyumijan, Lily Ho Chen, Kwi-hee Shamban, Dave Ewart, Olivia Tsui, David Stenske, Armen Anassian, Debbie Price, Gil Romero, Natalie Leggett, Ray Kobler, Miran Kojian, Ron Folsom, Dennis Molchan, Jackie Suzuki, Nicole Bush, Carolyn Osborn, Ron Clark, Alan Grunfeld, Katia Popov, Murry Adler, Mike Markman, Rochelle Abramson, Calabria McChesney, Robin Olson, North Wood (vln); Bruce Dukov (vln,concertmaster); Harry Shirinian, Ray Tischer, Andrew Picken, Carole Mukogawa, Jody Rudin, Jorge Moraga, Diane Gilbert, Dimitri Bovaird, Kari Prescott, Matt Funes (viola); Armen Ksajikian, Jodi Burnett, Vage Ayrikyan, Nancy Stein-Ross, Earle Madison, Matt Cooker, Sevan Pogosyan, Roger Lebow (cello); Drew Dembrowski, Chuck Berghofer, Tim Barr, Phil Smith, Ann Atkinson, Bruce Morgenthaler, Dave Stone, Steve LeFevre (b); Marcia Dickstein (harp).

a. Rush Hour 2 - Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:21
b. Out of The Way (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:12
c. Mu Shu Parlor (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:55
d. Parlor Fight (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:18
e. Undercover Agents (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:01
f. Isabella (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:47
g. Lil Darlin' (Neal Hefti) - 4:23
h. Shiny Stockings (Frank Foster) - 6:43
i. Nevada Mood (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:16
j. The Cosmo Is Las Vegas (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:05
k. Like Father, Like Son (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:31
l. The Sword And The Spear (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:19
m. The Dragon And The Treasure (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:14

Issues: a-m on Varese Sarabande 302 066 279-2 [CD].
Samplers: a also on Varese Sarabande 302 066 460-2[CD] titled VARESE SARABANDE: A 25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Brett Ratner. Executive Producer For Varese Sarabande: Robert Townson
Engineer: Gustavo Borner
Notes: Brett Ratner


DIZZY IN SOUTH AMERICA VOLUME 3
Dizzy Gillespie
c. 2001

Lalo Schifrin (interview).

a. Lalo Introduction
b. Lalo Schifrin Interview

Note: Other titles from Dizzy Gillespie's 1956 Official U.S. State Department tour of South America and interviews with other musicians without Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: a-b on CAP 935 [CD] (issued January 2002).


TIN TIN DEO
Lalo Schifrin Orchestra and Sextet
Recorded 1962 - July 1963. Issued: 2001.

a. Tin Tin Deo (from ESO ES LATIN JAZZ, MAN) - 3:45
b. Pega Joso (from ESO ES LATIN JAZZ, MAN) - 2:37
c. Mambo Jazz Opus No. 7 (from ESO ES LATIN JAZZ, MAN) - 2:27
d. Kush (from ESO ES LATIN JAZZ, MAN) - 3:15
e. Harlem Nocturne (from ESO ES LATIN JAZZ, MAN) - 2:46
f. Cubano Be (from LALO = BRILLIANCE) - 3:10
g. Kush (from LALO = BRILLIANCE) - 6:10
h. An Evening in Sao Paulo (from LALO = BRILLIANCE) - 2:43
i. The Snake's Dance (from LALO = BRILLIANCE) - 3:23
j. Sphyros (from LALO = BRILLIANCE) - 3:59
k. Mount Olive (from LALO = BRILLIANCE) - 4:35
l. Desafinado (from LALO = BRILLIANCE) - 3:16
m. Rhythm-A-Ning (from LALO = BRILLIANCE) - 4:27

Issues: a-m on Fresh Sound (Sp) FSR-CD 319 [CD]. 
Notes: J.P.


RETURN OF THE MARQUIS DE SADE
Lalo Schifrin
November 1992

a. Bach To The Blues (from JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY) - 5:22

December 1993

b. Madrigal (from MORE JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY) - 4:04

January 1995

c. Eine Kleine Jazz Music (from FIREBIRD: JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY NO. 3) - 3:21

Capitol Studios; Hollywood, California: July 31 to mid-August, 2001
Tom Scott (f); Lalo Schifrin (harpsichord); Brian Bromberg (b); Jeff Hamilton (d).

d. Relaxin' at Charenton (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:29

Tom Scott (f); Lalo Schifrin (p); Brian Bromberg; Jeff Hamilton (d).

e. A Lover's Mask (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:51

Tom Scott (ss, f); Lalo Schifrin (harpsichord); Dennis Budimir (g); Brian Bromberg (b); Jeff Hamilton (d); Edie Lehmann (vcl); Murray Adler, Charlie Bisharat (vln); Harry Shirinian (viola); David Shamban (cello); Frank Capp (contractor).

f. Come My Way (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:01

Joel Peskin (EWI); Tom Scott (f); Lalo Schifrin (p); Dennis Budimir (el-g); Brian Bromberg (b); Jeff Hamilton (d); Murray Adler, Charlie Bisharat (vln); Harry Shirinian (viola); David Shamban (cello); Frank Capp (contractor).

g. A Night In Venezia (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:05

Tom Scott (f); Lalo Schifrin (harpsichord); Brian Bromberg (b); Jeff Hamilton (d); Marcia Dickstein (harp).

h. The Marquis Is Back (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:55

Joel Peskin (EWI); Tom Scott (ss); Lalo Schifrin (harpsichord); Dennis Budimir (el-g); Brian Bromberg (b); Jeff Hamilton (d); Edie Lehmann (vcl); Murray Adler, Charlie Bisharat (vln); Harry Shirinian (viola); David Shamban (cello); Frank Capp (contractor).

i. Justine (aka Memory Of Love) (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:37

Note: "Come My Way" contains quotes from Schifrin's "Old Laces" (from MARQUIS DE SADE). 

Issues: a-i on Aleph 024 [CD] (issued April 9, 2002).
Samplers: h also on Jazziz {no.?] [CD] title COOL SUMMER VOLUME 2.
Producer: Not Listed
Engineer: Gustavo Borner (d-i).
Notes: Nick Redman


SYMPHONIC IMPRESSIONS OF OMAN
Lalo Schifrin
London, England: October 26-28, 2001

Lalo Schifrin with the London Symphony Orchestra.

a. I  Prelude & Variations (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:47
     b. Molto Piu Animato  (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:49
     c. Allegro Vivace (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:54
     d. Andantino (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:52
     e. Allegro Con Brio (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:43
f. II  Divertimento (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:13
g. III  Fantasy (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:42
h. IV  Scherzo  (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:40
i. V  Interlude (Lalo Schifrin) - 11:55
j. VI  Rondo (Lalo Schifrin) - 10:53
k. VII  Elegy (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:22
l. VIII  Finale (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:38 

Note: (1) Commissioned by the Sultanate of Oman. (2) "Finale" features a brief theme that recalls Schifrin's "Sanctus Benedictus" from ROCK REQUIEM.

Issues: a-l on Scherzo Music 028 [CD]
Producer: Simon Kiln. Executive Producer: Burkhard Hopper.
Engineer: Peter Cobbin
Notes: Lalo Schifrin


THE CINCINNATI KID
Lalo Schifrin
July 1965

Ray Charles (vcl) with orchestra.

a. The Cincinnati Kid (from THE CINCINNATI KID) - 2:08

Hollywood: April 2, 3 and 4, 2002
collective personell inc. Warren Leuning (tp); Andy Martin (tb); James Self (tu); Peter Christlieb (ts); Sal Lozano (as, cl); Mike Lang (p); Tim May (g); Mitch Holder (g, banjo); Charles Berghofer (b); Frank Capp (d); Tom Morgan (hca) with orchestra.

b. Christian's Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:04
c. The Cock Fight (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00
d. The Man (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:55
e. I'm All Packed (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:04
f. Shooter (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:41

same or similar, Lalo Schifrin (p).

g. The Cincinnati Kid (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:23

same or similar.

h. New Orleans Procession (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:02
i. Mr. Slade (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:44
j. Melba (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:06
k. At The Farm (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:06
l. Walking Down (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:22
m. My Bet (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:50
n. Gambling Man (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:42

Issues: a-n on Aleph 025 [CD]
Producer: Donna Schifrin
Engineer: Peter Granet. Asst. Recording Engineer: Barry Conley. Asst. Mixing Engineer: Mike Melnick
Notes: Douglas Payne


THE AMITYVILLE HORROR
Lalo Schifrin
Prague: April 2, 3 and 4, 2002
The Czech National Symphony Orchestra; Jiri Hurník (concertmaster); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

a. Amityville Horror - Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:24
b. Father Delaney (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:31
c. One Year Later (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:30
d. Screams (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:09
e. The Windshield (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:11
f. Kathy's Dream (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:17
g. The Staircase (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:42
h. The Babysitter (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:02
i. At The Park (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:35
j. The Window (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:35
k. The Ghost (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:53
l. The Wall (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:44
m. Bleeding Walls (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:36
n. The Ax (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:31
o. The Crucifix (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:16
p. Postludium (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:38
q. Amityville Horror - End Credits (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:21

Issues: a-q on Aleph 026 [CD]
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin
Engineer: Peter Granet
Notes: Jon Burlingame


WORLD CUP FINALE
The Three Tenors 
Yokohama, Japan: July 2002

José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr, orchestration).

a. Around The World Medley
     - Passione
     - Yesterday
     - Wien Wien
     - O'Marienariello
     - Missing Mt. Keumkang
     - Anema E Core
     - El Huesped Del Sevillano
     - Toku Hi Ikitai
     - Mamma Mia Che Vo' Sape
     - Granada

Note: Other titles without Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: None


INS AND OUTS AND LALO LIVE AT THE BLUE NOTE
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: March 29 and 30, 1982. Issued: 2003.

a. Ins And Outs (from INS AND OUTS) - 5:06
b. Con Alma (from INS AND OUTS) - 5:14
c. Love Poem For Donna (from INS AND OUTS) - 5:07
d. Down Here On The Ground (from INS AND OUTS) - 4:44
e. Manteca (from INS AND OUTS) - 4:18
f. Paraphrase (from INS AND OUTS) - 4:17
g. Brazilian Impressions (from INS AND OUTS) - 4:28
h. The Fox (from INS AND OUTS) - 5:14

Live at the Blue Note; New York City: July 25, 2002
Jon Faddis (tp); Dick Oates (sax); Lalo Schifrin (p); Ray Drummond (b); Grady Tate (d).

i. Chano (aka Long, Long Summer) (Lalo Schifrin) - 14:09

same except Dick Oates (sax, f).

j. Ritual (from Latin Jazz Suite) (Lalo Schifrin) - 14:22

Issues: a-j on Aleph 027 [CD]
Samplers: a also on
Scarecrow Press 0-8108-5946-7/978-0-8108-5946-3 [Book/CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: MY LIFE IN MUSIC.
Producer: Jeffrey Weber (a-h), Donna Schifrin (i-j)
Engineer: Allen Sides (a-h), Amit Peleg
Notes: Zan Stewart


BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE
Lalo Schifrin
c. 2002

Lalo Schifrin.

(titles unknown)

Note: Note: The soundtrack album titled BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE (Hollywood 2061-62386-2 [CD]) is a collection of popular songs by various artists and contains none of Schifrin's score.

Issues: None (Disney)


SPLINTER CELL: PANDORA TOMORROW
Lalo Schifrin
Newman Scoring Stage, Fox Studios, Hollywood, California: September 16, 2003

Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Lalo Schifrin (cond); Frank Capp (contractor).

a. Sam Fisher Theme
(other titles unknown)

Note: The above, also known as TOM CLANCY'S SPLINTER CELL: PANDORA TOMORROW, is a videogame.

Issues: None.


FANTASY FOR SCREENPLAY AND ORCHESTRA
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Chicago: October 9 and 11, 2003

4 tp, 2 flhrn, picc tp, 4 tb, tu, as, 4 f, alto-f, picc, 4 oboe, eng hrn, 4 cl, E-flat cl, bacc cl, 4 bassoon, contrabassoon, 6 hrn, p, celesta, timp, perc, 2 harp and strings of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Maxim Vengarov (vln); Daniel Barenboim (cond).

a. Fantasy For Screenplay And Orchestra (2003) (Lalo Schifrin) - app. 20:00
     - Main Title (Overture)
     - Film Noir
     - First Transition
     - The Silent Comedians
     - Second Transition
     - Love Scene
     - The Final Conflict

Note: (1) "Fantasy For Screenplay And Orchestra" was commissioned by the Mrs. Harold C. Smith Fund for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and dedicated, by the composer, to Daniel Barenboim. (2) Concert program also included Symphonie Espagnole For Violin And Orchestra, Op. 21 (Edouard Lalo) preceeding the Schifrin work and Suite from The Firebird (Igor Stravinsky) after.

Issues: None


THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY
Lalo Schifrin
Phoenix Studios, London, England: January 2004

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (The Philharmonia) with soloists, James Woodrow, David Arrowsmith, John Paracelli (guitar); Jacob Herringham (lute); David Cohen (cello); Tony Hinnegan, Mike Taylor (ethnic insturments); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

(unknown titles)

Issues: None


THE DEAD POOL: THE ULTIMATE DIRTY COLLECTION
Lalo Schifrin/Jerry Fielding/Lennie Niehaus

Recorded: 1971-1988. Issued: 2004.

a. Harry's Creed (aka Dirty Harry's Creed) - Lalo Schifrin (from DIRTY HARRY) - 3:00
b. Scorpio's Theme - Lalo Schifrin (from DIRTY HARRY) - 3:06
c. The Mayor - Lalo Schifrin (from DIRTY HARRY) - 2:21
d. Another Victim - Lalo Schifrin (from DIRTY HARRY) - 1:17
e. Floodlights - Lalo Schifrin (from DIRTY HARRY) - 1:32
f. Goodbye Cop (aka Good-bye Cop) (from DIRTY HARRY) - Lalo Schifrin - 1:24
g. The Bait - Lalo Schifrin (from DIRTY HARRY) - 0:45
h. Scorpio's Theme (sic: Dirty Harry) - Lalo Schifrin - 2:39
i. Dirty Harry (aka Theme From Dirty Harry) - James Taylor Quartet - 4:31
j. Main Title (aka Magnum Force Theme) - Lalo Schifrin
     (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 2:07
k. The Cop - Lalo Schifrin (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 1:57
l. Stakeout (aka Stake-out) - Lalo Schifrin (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 2:30
m. The Crooks - Lalo Schifrin (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 1:34
n. Palancio - Lalo Schifrin (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 4:05
o. Callahan's Theme (aka Magnum Force) - (Ray Davies Orchestra?) - 2:16
p. Magnum Force - (Paul Brooks?) - 5:17
q. Main Title (aka Main Title From The Enforcer) - Jerry Fielding
     (from THE ENFORCER) - 1:56
r. Rooftop Chase - Jerry Fielding (from THE ENFORCER) - 2:22
s. Alcatraz Encounter - Jerry Fielding (from THE ENFORCER) - 1:59
t. End Title - prob. Jerry Fielding (from THE ENFORCER) - 1:23
u. Main Title (aka Sudden Impact) - Lalo Schifrin (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:53
v. Unicorn's Head - Lalo Schifrin (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:37
w. Robbery Suspect - Lalo Schifrin (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:12
x. Road To San Paulo - Lalo Schifrin (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 1:04
y. Hot Shot Cop - Lalo Schifrin (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 1:23
z. Ray Of Light - Lalo Schifrin (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:02
aa. San Francisco After Dark - Lalo Schifrin (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 3:02
ab. This Side Of Forever (End Title) - Roberta Flack (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 3:57
ac. Main Title/The Pursuit - Lalo Schifrin (from THE DEAD POOL) - 3:00
ad. End Credits - Lalo Schifrin (from THE DEAD POOL) - 3:21
ae. Callahan Suite (aka Dirty Harry Suite) - Lalo Schifrin
     (from HITCHCOCK MASTER OF MAYHEM with dialog) - 5:08
af. Unused Theme - Lennie Niehaus - 2:53

Note: The above compliation is an unauthorized collection.

Issues: a-af on Magnum Music (Ger) SFPD-19711988 [CD].


MOST WANTED - 1968-1979
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1968-1979. Issued: May 24, 2004

a. Secret Code (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN' ON) - 2:26
b. Wheat Germ Landscapes
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN' ON) - 2:41
c. The Gentle Earthquake
     (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN' ON) - 3:29
d. Machinations  (from THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN' ON) - 2:40
e. Agnus Dei (from ROCK REQUIEM) - 4:18
f. Theme From "Medical Center" - 2:44
g. Spill The Wine - 3:07
h. Dirty Harry - 2:40
i. Theme From Enter The Dragon (from ENTER THE DRAGON) - 2:21
j. Ape Shuffle - 3:16
k. Escape From Tomorrow - 3:02
l. Theme From Jaws (from BLACK WIDOW) - 5:45
m.
Doña Donna - 2:54
n. Theme From Most Wanted (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 2:41
o. Rollercoaster (from ROLLERCOASTER) - 4:00
p. Amityville Frenzy (from THE AMITYVILLE HORROR) - 4:55

Issues: a, c-l & n-p on Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071. a-p on Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD].
Producer: Frank Jastfalder, Stefan Kassel & Doug Payne
Notes: Douglas Payne
 


ABOMINABLE
Lalo Schifrin
Prague: May 2004

Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Lalo Schifrin (cond); Ruy Folguera (electronics).

a. Pre-Title Sequence (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:49
b. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:05
c. Animal Mutilations (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:21
d. Preston's Memories (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:47
e. Abduction (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:11
f. There Is Something Out There (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:24
g. Monster Vision (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:39
h. Preston And Amanda (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:41
i. The Cave (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:02
j. Squatch Revealed (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:31
k. Rampage (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:48
l. Setting The Trap (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:33
m. Rappelling (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:22
n. Escape Attempt (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46
o. Off-Road Rage/Final Battle (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:03
p. The Survivors (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:58
q. Searching The Woods (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:30
r. Girls Next Door (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:47
s. Otis Leaves (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:46
t. Rampage - Alternate Version (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30

Pat Windsor Mitchell.

u. One Blade Of Grass (Roy Bennet/Sid Tepper) - 2:27

Issues: a-u on Aleph 036 [CD]
Producer: Nick Redman. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Notes: Ryan Schifrin, Nick Redman


The Halcyon Trio
Live at
Prudential Hall, Newark, New Jersey: September 10, 2004
The Halcyon Trio: Andrew Lamy (cl); Brett Deubner (viola); Gary Kirkpatrick (p) with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Anne Manson (cond).

a. Symphony No. 35 in D major, K. 385 (“Haffner”) (Mozart)
b. Triple Concerto for Clarinet, Viola, Piano and Orchestra
    
(Lalo Schifrin) (premiere)
     i. The Age Of Anxiety
     ii. (unknown)
     iii. Excitement
c. Excerpts from Romeo and Juliet (Prokofiev)

Note: (1) The Triple Concerto was commissioned by The Halycon Trio. (2) Also performed in Trenton, New Jersey on September 11, 2004.

Issues: None.


AFTER THE SUNSET
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood California: October 12, 13 and 14, 2004

unknown orchestra with Lalo Schifrin (cond); Frank Capp (contractor).

a. Stan's Temptation (Lalo Schifrin)
b. Operation Lola (Lalo Schifrin)
c. A Life Filled With Sunshine (Lalo Schifrin)
d. Stan And Max (Lalo Schifrin)
e. Distraction (Lalo Schifrin)
f. Remote Control Drive (Lalo Schifrin)
g. Cute Little Rock (Lalo Schifrin)
h. Decoy (Lalo Schifrin)
i. Yield To Temptation (Lalo Schifrin)
j. See You Soon (Lalo Schifrin)
k. Moore No More (Lalo Schifrin)
l. Return To Underwater (Lalo Schifrin)
m. Lola Leaves (Lalo Schifrin)
n. Heist PT 1 (Lalo Schifrin)
o. Max Is Gone (Lalo Schifrin)
p. Yoga And The Book (Lalo Schifrin)
q. Divers (Lalo Schifrin)
r. Couples Montage (Lalo Schifrin)
s. Max Taken (Lalo Schifrin)
t. The Spy (Lalo Schifrin)
u. Two Couples (Lalo Schifrin)
v. Stan's Plan (Lalo Schifrin)
w. Stan's Habit (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: The soundtrack album titled AFTER THE SUNSET (Atlantic 83766-2 [CD]) is a collection of popular songs by various artists and contains none of Schifrin's score. Above titles from a limited edition of 100 promotional CDs (with no catalog number) issued by New Line Cinema for Oscar consideration.

Issues: None.
Samplers: a-w prob. on
Sunshine Entertainment (Eu) 2005 [CD] (unauthorized) titled AFTER THE SUNSET.


KALEIDOSCOPE - JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY 6
Lalo Schifrin
Live at the Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia; February 17, 18 and 19, 2005

James Morrison (tp, tb); Lalo Schifrin (p, arr, cond); Christian McBride (b); Gordon Rytmeister (d) with Sydney Symphony.

a. Paraphrase (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:13
b. Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 (Heitor Villa-Lobos) - 5:53
c. Jazzette (Lalo Schifrin) - 9:16
d. Peanut Vendor (Moises Simons) - 9:21
e. Pavane (Gabriel Fauré) - 5:05
f. To Be Or Not To Bop (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:41
g. El Salón México (Aaron Copeland) - 6:42
h. Slaughter On Tenth Avenue (Richard Rodgers) - 3:59
i. Prelude No. 2 (George Gershwin) - 5:10
j. The Cincinnati Kid (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:51

Note: (1) "Paraphrase' contains quotes from other Schifrin compositions including "The Cat", "Kelly's Heros" and ROCK REQUIEM. (2) Schifrin also performs "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5", "Peanut Vendor", "El Salón Mexico", "Slaughter On Tenth Avenue" and "Prelude No. 2" on NEW FANTASY (Verve/1964).

Issues: a-j on Aleph 034 [CD]
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Engineer: Richard Lush. Mixing Engineer; Gustavo Borner
Notes: Richard Palmer (July 2005).


SHIFRIN PLAYS SCHIFRIN
David Shifrin/Lalo Schifrin
Adelaide, Australia: February 2005

David Shifrin (cl) with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Dances Concertantes For Clarinet And Orchestra (1988)
     (Lalo Schifrin)
     - Prelude, Roseland - 2:49
     - Montenegro - 1:58
     - The Circular Ruins, Sauterelle - 7:00
     - Winternight - 3:37
     - Chaccone, Cornamuse - 10:43

David Shifrin (cl) with the string section from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

b. Capriccio For Clarinet And Strings (1981) (Lalo Schifrin)
     - Movement 1 - 6:36
     - Movement 2 - 4:56

New York, New York: October 2005
David Shifrin (cl); Andre-Michel Schub (p).

c. Central Park Variations For Clarinet And Piano (1984)
    
(Lalo Schifrin) - 6:04

Issues: a-c on Aleph 037 [CD]
Producer: Donna Schifrin. Executive Producer: Lalo Schifrin
Engineer: Richard Lush, Da-Hong Seetoo
Notes: David Shifrin, Lalo Schifrin


LETTERS FROM ARGENTINA
Lalo Schifrin
Live at Lincoln Center, New York City: April 17 and 19, 2005

David Shifrin (cl); Pablo Aslan (b); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon); Lalo Schifrin (p); Satoshi Takeishi (perc).

Letters From Argentina (Premiere)

a. Tango Del Atardecer (from TANGO) (Lalo Schifrin)
b. Pampas (Lalo Schifrin)
c. Tango Borealis (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)
d. Danza De Los Montes (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)
e. Resonancias (Lalo Schifrin)
f. La Muerte Del Angel (Astor Piazzolla)
g. Danza De La Moza Donosa (Alberto Ginastera)
h. Tango A Borges (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)
i. La Calle Y La Luna (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)
j. Malambo De Los Llanos (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)
k. Mission: Impossible (Encore) (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Commissioned by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and presented as a salute to clarinest David Shifrin, a distant cousin of Lalo Schifrin's.

Issues: None.


LETTERS FROM ARGENTINA
Lalo Schifrin
Live at Carlin Gabell Concert Hall, Portland Oregon: July 29 and 30, 2005

David Shifrin (cl); Pablo Aslan (b); Nestor Marconi (bandoneon); Lalo Schifrin (p); Satoshi Takeishi (perc); Cho-Liang Lia (vln).

a. Tango Del Atardecer (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:53
b. Pampas (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:36
c. Tango Borealis (Lalo Schifrin) - 10:14
d. Danza De Los Montes (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:47
e. Tango A Borges (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:54
f. Resonancias (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:40
g. La Calle Y La Luna (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:06
h. Malambo De Los Llanos (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:29

Issues: a-h on Aleph 035 [CD/DVD]
Samplers: a also on Scarecrow Press 0-8108-5946-7/978-0-8108-5946-3 [Book/CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: MY LIFE IN MUSIC.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin
Engineer: Mark Frethem
Notes: Lalo Schifrin


AFTER THE SUNSET
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1976-2004. Issued: 2005.

a. After The Sunset (from AFTER THE SUNSET)
     - The Diamond - 0:44
     - Burdett Vanishes - 1:58
     - Remote Control Drive  - 1:52
     - Limousine Trap/Lola Visits The Exhibition - 2:03
     - Couples Montage - 2:04
     - The Intruder - 2:16
     - Bahamas Bridge Suite - 0:40
     - Max & Stan In Bed / Temptation Talk - 2:16
     - Napoleon Sword's Third Stone / Max Quits Moore - 2:00 
     - The Listener - 1:10
     - Security Bridge - 2:15
     - The Chase - 2:13
     - Sophie - 2:27
     - Yoga And An Empty Notebook - 1:02
     - The Beach Hearing - 0:40
     - Scuba Diving - 2:12
     - Storage Break-In - 2:17
     - The Heist Begins - 2:10
     - Max Retreats/An Air Problem - 2:57
     - Lola Upset/The End Of Moore - 2:55
     - Lola Leaves - 1:55
     - Marriage Proposal - 2:32
     - Stan's Setup Revealed - 1:38
     - Caribbean Conclusion - 0:37
b. The Four Musketeers (from THE FOUR MUSKETEERS)
     - Overture - 3:43
     - Athos' Story - 2:22
     - Chase To The Convent - 2:46
     - The Musketeers Rescue Constance - 1:55
     - Breakfast At The Bastion - 2:47
     - A Lovely Adventure - 1:09
     - Chased From The Louvre - 1:51
     - Frozen Pond Fight - 4:54
     - Milady's Theme - 2:59
     - End Credits - 1:51
c. F/X 2 (from F/X 2) - 4:41
d. Most Wanted (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 2:42
e. Turning Point (from BLACK WIDOW) - 2:56

Note: This illegitimate and unauthorized collection began to appear for sale on eBay in December 2005.

Issues: a-e on Sunshine Entertainment (Eu) 2005 [CD] (unauthorized).

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