|1.||The Key (To Your Heart)|
|2.||U Boat Alley|
|5.||Chop Suey Polka|
Gonzo Distribution and Banda Sonora present the original soundtrack for The Key. The Key is a 1958 British war film set in 1941 during the Battle of the Atlantic.
Gonzo Distribution and Banda Sonora present the original soundtrack for The Key.
The Key is a 1958 British war film set in 1941 during the Battle of the Atlantic.
It was based on the 1951 novel Stella by Jan de Hartog (later republished as The Distant Shore and The Key) and was directed by Sir Carol Reed. William Holden, Sophia Loren and Trevor Howard starred in the production.
The key to a flat in wartime Britain may augur bad luck for a succession of tug captains of the Royal Navy whose task is to rescue crippled ships in 'U-boat Alley.' As each takes possession from his unfortunate predecessor, the flat's other occupant, a Swiss expatriate named Stella, apparently goes with it. The latest captain struggles with his conflicting fears and affection for its apparent jinx.
The soundtrack is by the legendary British composer Sir Malcolm Arnold.
Sir Malcolm Henry Arnold was an English composer. His output of works features music in many genres, including a cycle of nine symphonies, concert works, chamber music, choral music and music for brass band and wind band.
He also produced scores for more than a hundred films, among these The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), for which he won an Oscar.