Steiner: Music for 'All This, and Heaven Too' and 'A Stolen Life'

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Steiner: Music for 'All This, and Heaven Too' and 'A Stolen Life'



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28th Aug 2007




70 minutes


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Steiner: Music for 'All This, and Heaven Too' and 'A Stolen Life'


Music for the Bette Davis films ‘All This, and Heaven Too’ (1940)

‘A Stolen Life’ (1946)

The Warner executives originally intended extensive use of Debussy’s La Mer to underscore ‘A Stolen Life’; however this was eventually dropped and Max Steiner was free to compose an original score. The music used within the film demonstrates Steiner’s more restrained and less complex scoring, looking ahead to the style he would adopt for most of his scores composed during the fifties and beyond.

Score Restorations by John Morgan



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Max Steiner: All This, and Heaven Too (restored J. Morgan)

Main Title

To France - The Caretaker - The Duke

Carriage Ride

Henriette - Gluck: Armida: Overture

A Night to Remember for Louise

Mysteries of Life

The Smiles of Hypocrisy

All Hallows Eve - Lotis Song - Springtime - The Carousel

Reunion and Understanding - Springtime Again - Henriette


Rushing to a Dying Duke - The Duke - Final Farewell

Finale - End Cast

Max Steiner: A Stolen Life (restored J. Morgan)

Main Title - Sailor's Hornpipe

A Stolen Life - Twins

Karnock - Shopping Tour

Storm - Aftermath


Talbot and Confrontation


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