Elmer Bernstein and his Orchestra – Marlon Brando and the Film Music

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Nostalgia Music Catalogue presents the theme music from the great Marlon Brando films.
Featuring theme songs from greats such as Guys & Dolls, A Streetcar Named Desire and Julius Caesar. The Legendary Oscar and Double Golden Globe Award Winning composer Elmer Bernstein conducts his orchestra to bring these classics straight to you!

Preview “A Streetcar Named Desire”

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No. Track Name Artist
1 Theme (From 'On The Water Front') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra
2 Theme (From 'Guys and Dolls') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra
3 Theme (From 'Julius Caesar') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra
4 Theme (From 'A Streetcar Named Desire') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra
5 Theme (From 'The Men') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra
6 Theme (From 'The Wild Ones') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra
7 Theme (From 'Desiree') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra
8 Theme (From 'Viva Zapata') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra
9 Theme (From 'The Teahouse of the August Moon') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra
10 Theme (From 'Sayonara') Elmer Bernstein & his Orchestra

Marlon Brando
Marlon Brando is a cultural icon whose popularity has endured for over six decades. His rise to national attention in the 1950′s had a profound effect on the motion picture industry and influenced the broader scope of American culture. An enduring cultural icon, Brando became a box-office star during the 1950s, during which time he racked up five Oscar nominations as Best Actor, along with three consecutive wins of the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. He initially gained popularity for recreating the role of Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), a Tennessee Williams play that had established him as a Broadway star during its 1947-49 stage run; and for his Academy Award-winning performance as Terry Malloy in On the Waterfront (1954), as well as for his iconic portrayal of the rebel motorcycle gang leader Johnny Strabler in The Wild One (1953), which is considered to be one of the most famous images in pop culture.

Elmer Bernstein

Born April 4, 1922, in New York, Bernstein was an American composer and conductor world renowned for his many film scores. His most popular works include the scores to The Magnificent Seven, The Great Escape, To Kill a Mockingbird and Ghostbusters.

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