1. Marius Constant – The Twilight Zone, end title / second season • 2. René Garriguenc – Street Moods In Jazz [“The Fever”] [reblog]

from Oannes blog…

…on this day…

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Σαν σήμερα, 7/2, γεννήθηκε ο Γαλλο-Ρουμάνος συνθέτης Marius Constant [1925-2004]. Συνέθεσε μεγάλο αριθμό έργων κυρίως για μπαλέτο, τα περισσότερα παραγγελίες των Ρολάντ Πετί και Μορίς Μπεζάρ. Έμεινε ωστόσο περισσότερο γνωστός για το θέμα του The Twilight Zone. Ακούμε μια από τις πoικίλες βερσιόν του, και μαζί μουσική που ο αγνώστων λοιπών στοιχείων René Garriguenc έγραψε για ένα από τα επεισόδια της κλασικής σειράς του Rod Serling [“The Fever”].

On this date, 7/2, the French-Romanian composer Marius Constant was born [1925-2004]. He composed a large number of works mainly for the ballet, most of the them commissioned by Roland Petit and Maurice Bejart. He is, however, best known for the theme of Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone. Here’s one of its various edits, and with it, music that René Garriguenc wrote for an episode of the classic series [“The Fever”]

More about these reblogs

Lately I have been rebloging music videos from Oannes new blog. For my friends who didn’t know, or wonder why…. Oannes [aka Socratis Papahatzis] is my husband, partner in life and music and the one with my undying admiration. Together we have a band MK-O [the music of Marina Kanavaki & Oannes]. So, it’s my pleasure to share with you his [and mine] musical selections. Although here I reblog mainly his musical selections, he writes exceptional articles on various topics [some may need translation], so do visit his site. He has my highest recommendation!

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