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[.ape] Monkey's Audio: version 3.99
[.flac]
Free Lossless Audio Codec: version 2.43
[.m4a] MPEG-4 AAC LC: version 1.08
[.mp3] MPEG Layer-3: version 1.37
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[.wma] Windows Media Audio 10: version 1.23

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Here is a list of places where you can purchase these on CD's and Vinyls:

Varese Sarabande
https://www.varesesarabande.com/

Intrada
http://store.intrada.com/

La-La Land Records
https://lalalandrecords.com/

Colosseum
https://colosseum.de/?lang=en

Preseverance Records
https://perseverancerecords.com/

Film Score Montly
https://www.filmscoremonthly.com/daily/index.cfm

My recommended Soundtrack Information Sites:

Discogs
https://www.discogs.com/

Soundtrack Collector
http://www.soundtrackcollector.com/index.php

A number of great Apps/Software that I use:

foobar2000
https://www.foobar2000.org/

Exact Audio Copy
http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/

Monkey's Audio
https://monkeysaudio.com/

Winamp
http://www.winamp.com/

WinRAR
https://www.rarlab.com/download.htm

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S (1961)

Breakfast at Tiffany's: Music from the Motion Picture is the soundtrack from the 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany's starring Audrey Hepburn. The tracks were re-arranged parts of the film music composed and conducted by Henry Mancini. At the 1962 Academy Awards, Mancini and lyricist Johnny Mercer won Oscars for Best Original Song for "Moon River", while Mancini picked up a second statue for Best Original Score. The album also stayed on Billboard's album charts for over ninety weeks.

Because of his success with title themes, such as the hit theme to the television show Peter Gunn, Henry Mancini was asked by director Blake Edwards to compose the soundtrack to Breakfast at Tiffany’s, a symphony jazz soundtrack. A protégé of jazz legend Glenn Miller, he created the Academy Award winning score for The Glenn Miller Story. After a preview screening of the film an executive from Paramount Pictures was convinced that the song “Moon River” was dead weight in the film and it was due to be cut. Upon learning this, Hepburn responded, “Over my dead body.” This response was likely due to the friendly relationship that she had with Mancini. Subsequent to the insistence that the song stay in the film it was not cut and went on to be a hit.

Blake Edwards and Henry Mancini met through Mancini’s wife whom Edwards had known for a number of years. After connecting they decided to collaborate on the television show Peter Gunn, for which Mancini created the title theme. When Edwards learned he would be directing Breakfast at Tiffany’s he chose Mancini as his partner. Both times their partnership scored gold, and went on to work collaborate on four other films together. All the credit for the song “Moon River” cannot be given to Mancini, as Johnny Mercer provided the lyrics for the song. The pair of artists also had a smooth relationship, which resulted in the creation of this song. After Mancini played the melody for Mercer, he offered three different variations of lyrics and the two decided on a final combination. Mancini believed that Hepburn’s recording was the best. He is quoted saying, “Moon River was written for her. No one else has ever understood it so completely. There have been more than a thousand versions of "Moon River", but hers is unquestionably the greatest.”* Mancini held complete adoration and respect for Audrey Hepburn and the feeling was mutual; after watching the film Audrey wrote a letter to Mancini saying, “Your music has lifted us all up and sent us soaring. Everything we cannot say with words or show with action you have expressed for us. You have done this with so much imagination, fun and beauty. You are the hippest of cats - and the most sensitive of composers!” - Wikipedia


ARTIST/COMPOSER
Henry Mancini

LABEL
RCA Records - 2362-2-R

FORMAT
CD, Album, Remastered

COUNTRY
US

RELEASED
© 1988

TRACK LISTING

01. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS - Moon River 2:41
(Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer)

02. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Something For Cat 3:07
(Henry Mancini)

03. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS - Sally's Tomato 3:05
(Henry Mancini)

04. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Mr. Yunioshi 2:29
(Henry Mancini)

05. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA - The Big Blow Out 2:26
(Henry Mancini)

06. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Hub Caps and Tail Lights 2:29
(Henry Mancini)

07. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS - Breakfast At Tiffany's 2:45
(Henry Mancini)

08. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Latin Golightly 2:57
(Henry Mancini)

09. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Holly 3:18
(Henry Mancini)

10. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS - Loose Caboose 3:08
(Henry Mancini)

11. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA - The Big Heist 3:07
(Henry Mancini)

12. HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS - Moon River Cha Cha 2:35
(Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer)

DOWNLOAD LINKS
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APE - 159.0 MB          FLAC - 167.2 MB          M4A - 113.0 MB          MP3 - 78.2 MB          OGG - 119.0 MB          WMA - 67.0 MB