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From the Old Man

Erich Korngold at the piano“As long as you're grading all the Robin Hood movies by category, don't forget the score. The Errol Flynn version had, to my mind, the best movie score ever written. It was written by Erich Korngold, the greatest musical prodigy since Mozart, who emigrated to Hollywood from Hitler's Germany and didn't do much except write a hauntingly lovely violin concerto.”

Bob Lundegaard, in an e-mail to his ne'er-do-well son, Wednesday.


Posted at 06:06 AM on Fri. May 14, 2010 in category Robin Hood, Music  
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